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Posted by Mario Dovalina on July 7, 2001 13:26:11 UTC

"I saw some posts describing how much different DNA is from humans to humans trying to suggest that they are evolving, but yet you also say species cannot mate with different species, so why would differendt races be able to mate, and at the same time, athiests try to say they are another species?"

I was simply describing the process by which new species are developed. I did not mean to say that different races, blood types, etc. are new species, just say that they are on their way to becoming new species. It's simple. You say that humans started off as humans, even though they looked quite different, they were not a new species? Why not? You admit that DNA changes over time. Right? You admit that genetic changes take place in a certain species. Right? Now, if the genetic change is large enough, eventually it will be genetically incompatable with its parent species. It's just extending your admitted adaptation to its logical comclusion.

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