Ethnicity and Evolution

Kenneth Gauck (C558382@MIZZOU1.MISSOURI.EDU)
Wed, 19 Oct 1994 13:42:36 CDT

The comparison of races both in and outside America should demonstrate the
falicy of any conclusions based on simple correspondence. Ignoring the
issue of correspondence as a methedological tool (much of value has already
been said) it should be obvious that the degree of inter-racial mating
in America would throw such havoc into the statistics as compared with
Africans, Asians, and Europeans. It is right to say that these races are
not reproductivly bounded, but the degree of mixing is so much higher in
some areas (Brazil) that it would be expected that their data would not
conventiently fit into the patterns described.

Kenneth Gauck