Quotes: "While all humans can breed together, we are separated by thousands of generations of specialized evolution, which makes it a poor idea."
"Because we have evolved differently, not only is race-mixing insane, but caste-mixing is insane"
"Thanks for writing a polite letter. I think you summarize the concept of why racial mixing is insane quite well; it's succinct and grasps the point. I see racial mixing as destructive in the same way that human environmental policy is, in that we replace natural diversity with a same, single-form-factor reality, whether that is concrete streets or a generic race of humans"
"For people who are already mixed, I suggest forming societies of similar mixes, and breeding those to a higher level."
Thanks. I searched for these and couldn't find them myself. My first instinct with people referencing things "written on this site" is that they've misread them, which happens constantly in correspondence we receive, so it is always worth confirming.
Maybe I am taking these out of context. But the point I'm trying to make is in America it is pushed upon people to accept interracial relationships and not discriminate, and that love is love etc.
My first thought is: why is there such a need to continually reinforce that one shouldn't
discriminate in this manner, culturally? Be wary of any claims of millennia-old paradigms being overturned by those who give no credence to genetic bases for them in the first place.
Whether or not some people are for or against this, I am being taught these acts are now scientifically supported based on that it increases the variation of the genetic pool yielding advantages (such as an iimmunity to a disease).
One can display either hybrid vigor
or outbreeding depression. The idea that one is guaranteed vigor in most cases is dubious; the logic that follows it -- that we should make every attempt to hybridize for the sake of finding vigor in any case -- is equally so.
Again with the poor logic of the common voice: if race/ethnicity is merely a superficial, social construct, the idea of hybrid vigor is absurd on the face of it. If race/ethnicity is
significant, then we have to pause and ask why that is so before addressing other concerns, like how to destroy them by promoting hybridization.
Additionally, that people are actually more attracted to those with a very dissimilar genetic code (two different races) b/c breeding with too much of an alike genes (and race) can lead to inbreeding and/or expression of normally repressed genes.
This is the same phenomenon. Population size in races or ethnicities is not nearly small enough in most cases for this to be an issue.
However, what could make us attracted (genetically) to our close relatives, and somehow able to bridge a genetic chasm and find those who are the most dissimilar attractive (sexually) at the same time? What then of our feelings for the children of those unions? How about the childrens' feelings for you and for their potential mates?
So basically I just felt like I was being taught two different things. I guess there is no clear cut answer accept an agreement with anus thought from a cultural perspective.?Here's another scientific perspective