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Human races have significantly evolved apart from one another.


CofCC.org News Team

One of Britain’s largest newspapers published an article on the science pages stating that Europeans, Asians, and Africans are not only genetically distinct, but are continuing to evolve away from each other even today. Different races have different traits in the digestive system, different levels of resistance to certain diseases, and different levels of intelligence.

The article states that the mixing of races from different parts of the world will have a dysgenic effect on populations, by wiping out genetic gains made by individual population groups.

From The Times…

“Human races are evolving away from each other,” said Henry Harpending, Professor of Anthropology at the University of Utah, who led the study.

“Genes are evolving fast in Europe, Asia and Africa, but almost all of these are unique to their continent of origin. We are getting less alike, not merging into a single, mixed humanity.

“Our study denies the widely held assumption that modern humans appeared 40,000 years ago, have not changed since and that we are all pretty much the same. We aren’t the same as people even 1,000 or 2,000 years ago.”