Re: Are There Races?
Thu, 02 Jan 97 11:27:09 GMT
In article <mbanetE3CvEA.LGC@netcom.com> firstname.lastname@example.org
"David C. Waters" writes:
> Finally, the point is that variation and diversity exists within "races"
> to so much of an extent that the differences *between* "races" is trivial
> (at best).
It must be understood that for bell curves centred on different means,
the tails of the curves will overlap, so, naturally, for any *SINGLE* trait
there will be more variation within groups (grouped by *MULTIPLE* traits) than
between group means for that trait.