"You keep speaking of man's perversions."
-Did I say it more than once, in my last post I was just quoting Karibkween.
"Dont you think that racial mixing can be viewed as man's perversion as well?"
-I don't know if you read all my posts, but I was hypothesizing that there was a natural force of attraction that had led to "racial-mixing" (for lack of a much better word). Through the human experience of lust and love it would seem that nature has caused the existence "racial mixing," and only in humans have we witnessed such an occurrence on such a widespread level.
"I know many who speak of a child having good skin and pretty hair due to its mixed/hybrid nature."
-I guess that would be some peoples' opinions.
"Viruses do not need man's tamperings to mutate and strive. All it needs is a host and it will do the rest."
-Okay, so you're making the argument that sometimes nature has caused the change in some viruses that have become prevalent. Many viruses do strive because of man's tampering. I would be interested to learn about the viruses that have mutated and outlasted their predecessor due to nature. But, what is the point of this in relation to man's reproduction. What virus has disabled people of two different "races" (I guess we're really only dealing with the caucasian and non-caucasian)from having babies that can have babies for all time?
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