Re: What is Natural?
Posted By: NB In Response To: Re: What is Natural? (karibkween)
Date: Friday, 11 September 2009, at 4:39 p.m.
In Response To: Re: What is Natural? (karibkween)
"Why am I not surprised that a male perspective posits 'human beings' outside/apart from nature (or "the wild" as he describes it)? Talk about multiple personality, how impertinent of the rest of us to consider you part of our Mammalian Genus."
-hehehe...show me where I posited humans outside of the Mammalian genus. The whole point of my hypothesis was that humans (as a part of nature)have been naturally reproducing with each other, I'm sorry I haven't been able to make that clear to you. Although I have no idea where you posit the caucasian.
"Genetic variations usually occur in isolation. If, according to scientists the 'Black' faded off Afro-Euros during a period of 40k years, can you imagine the changes that occured over a period of 240k?"
-I'm sure the changes have been quite profound, and amazingly enough they still gave each other body lice (which may have required some body to body contact, or maybe they were just dressing up in each others clothes).
" You are quite correct, it has been too long, and unfortunately Sparrow, Lord Creator, Judah, N.B. or whatever you call your self next time; I'm not the one, so whoever sent you to look for me, go back and tell them you didn't find me."
-The Basques sent me, but don't worry your secret's safe with me.
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