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    Do you believe in the existence of the H. Sapiens Sapiens Subspecies?

    they often group all humans together in this little Subspecies category of theirs, this is quite common among Liberals, Multi-Racialists and Race-Deniers.

    I agree that all modern divisions of man are of the the Same Species, but I do not agree with the Homo Sapiens Sapiens Subspecies theory.
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    Re: Do you believe in the existence of the H. Sapiens Sapiens Subspecies?

    I don’t know that all humans are the same species. I think Australoids might be Erectus hybrids. But this race denial stuff is a fad that’s on its way out. Only the most out there liberals believe race is purely a hallucination these days, and many of the more educated liberals are finding it impossible to deny that racial differences have important medical applications. I think that all liberals will soon come to accept some racial differences. Liberals will of course continue to deny that there is any real connection between race and the workings of the mind until the end though.

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    Re: Do you believe in the existence of the H. Sapiens Sapiens Subspecies?

    Quote Originally Posted by nooneatall
    I don’t know that all humans are the same species. I think Australoids might be Erectus hybrids.
    I don't know. We can interbreed with Australoids. I know there are some species of animals whose members can breed across genera (but not across species within the same genus, fascinatingly enough), so I suppose it's possible that a valid taxonomy could be constructed that would place Australoids and Europoids in different species. But such a taxonomy would have to have a very good reason for that split, given the interbreedability.

    What reasons can you offer for such a contrary-to-general-practice split?

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