I appreciate the response.
Every point you've made is valid, however they don't exactly address my questions. While you may feel that it is not okay for people of the powerful and powerless classes to reproduce with each other, it is still happening.
As I see it, natural law weeds out practices that are not beneficial to its preservation. If we continue to pollute the environment the earth will counteract in a way that it will stop said pollution in order to preserve itself. Nature provides for population control all by itself with "natural disasters", and I presume the "disasters" would be increased in frequency if humans pushed the bar further. However, nature is not exactly specific in who is weeded out. Naturae is not consciously targeting specific populations.
When I said "bi-racial" I was addressing the notion that caucasians and non caucasians where on some sort of different vibrational level, and therefore shouldn't mix, because this would be detrimental to something that I have yet to fully grasp (I doubt I ever will). It isn't like "bi-racial" peoples are imploding or something, they are physically functioning on par with all other human beings.
After reading through the threads it seemed to me that natural law, in all that it does to preserve humanity, would make "race mixing" an impossibility if it were a detriment to nature itself.
Disciple was making an interesting point recently about how ultimately if a caucasian paired up with a non-caucasian, across the board, ultimately genetics would bring it all back to the original human (correct me if I'm wrong).
Could it then be argued that nature is in effect actually promoting the attraction across racial/power class lines in order to bring humanity back to its original state?
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