Yeah, kinda just blows that whole Adam and Eve shit right out of the water. AGAGAGAGAGGA
Not really... In the sense the it proves the bible incorrect about evolution, yes.
Imsohooooood, ever heard of evolution? The pigment in the skin toned according the the amount of sun received in the environment. The less pigment the more vitamins that would be received from the sun. The more the less. Hense why darker people have a harder time getting a tan. Where the fuck did you think the color came from, lol? . The skin altered to the environment. It is dangerous to consume more then required of the sun's output because it can result in cancer and diseases as well as frequent burns, however it is also an important resource to the body. Thus the skin was altered according the the environment, along with other properties of the body. If you've ever seen someone in Atalanta, their eyes will be more squinted, and their skin extremely pale. This is because when the sun hits the snow, it is extremely bright, over years, although we're all the same species, we've tweaked our bodies slightly to perform better in our environments.
Nikkah where are you learning your shit? This is some pretty basic science.
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The original human was almost definitely black.
Slowly he bread with other closely evolved species to him such as Neanderthals and the population grew.
Those that did not leave Africa (the origin of man) stayed black.
Those that left to Europe etc slowly became white.
Additionally, I'm getting really sick of all this religious talk on MPGH. It's getting pretty retarded.
I absolutely agree. One, even though there is generally a clear enough difference between a race and religion (especially the main religion of that race or culture), some seem to want to blur the line between religious (or racial) discussion and racism. For example, the Muslim peoples are all being defamed just for the actions of a few of the people in one particular culture that mostly or entirely believe in Islam.
It isn't right to defame an entire religion (especially one with over 1 billion followers) based simply on the actions of very few of those that follow it. That post and your other post in this thread have my respect.