Genetic Branching: Keep it Going?
Opinion; Posted on: 2005-01-02 16:19:37
It is really the most momentous question of our time: Shall the evolutionary branching which led to the race of the Ode to Joy and the silicon junction be allowed to continue, or will it be terminated by wholesale racial mixture?
by Nathan Vanderbrink
with additional notes by M. P. Shiel
ONE ASPECT of eugenics is neutralizing a mutated gene that causes a disease by getting a screening for that mutation, then selecting a partner accordingly -- many human populations do this now and it is accepted by most people as good and healthy for the population and, most importantly, for the children.
This form of eugenics is already accepted and mainstream among most people, regardless of political affiliation. Liberals support this type of eugenics. So eugenics, itself, is not evil at all, but it can be used in an evil way -- just as most anything can be used in a good or evil way. Imagine children being born into a world that ignores intelligent science and does not care about their genetics -- that's evil.
Segregation of sister chromatids in mitosis (the process that takes place in the nucleus of a dividing cell) is a vital operation: each daughter cell must receive a copy of each of the chromosomes that carry the organism's genetic heritage.
All genetic life segregates itself at some time or another, and always for a reason. The cell segregates itself from surrounding cells and other organisms or undesired substances. Groups of animals segregate themselves from neighbors and enemies; even human families do not usually live in a common mass.
Segregation exists at the molecular level; it exists at the cellular level; it exists at the level of the individual organism; and it exists at the societal level. For all we know, it exists at the planetary level, too. It has to exist -- it must happen. It is one of life's essential processes.
A phenotype is how any genetic code manifests itself as the life form grows -- the actual physical being, as opposed to the genetic code within. Some of that code is expressed in the phenotype; some lies dormant in the form of "recessive" genes. For any given gene pair in a chromosome, the pair can be different or identical. If different there will typically be a dominant over a recessive and if identical, the code "is what it is." The term "aggregate phenotypes" is a way to describe traits that involve more than just a single gene. It is an aggregate of several genes that work together to produce the characteristic. Both aggregate phenotypes and mutations are what make one human population, or branch, genetically distinct from another.
Some human branches will have a higher probability of producing particular traits or aggregate phenotypes than others. This is what human genetic branching is all about. Segregation over long periods of time creates this genetic difference.
The genetic material of a human being is segregated into 23 subgroups called chromosomes. The structure of a chromosome is one double helix strand from the mother's egg and one double helix strand from the father's sperm. These two strands are connected near the middle of the strands using some matching (bonding) molecules, and that is the structure they have in the cells of the body.
Each of these long genetic strands is sub-grouped into genes, and genes are a sequence of base pairs (only 4 molecules or bases are used to create all genetic sequences of all life on the planet). The genes from the male line up precisely with the genes from the female (in a structure not unlike a ladder). During meiosis (which is the process which forms the sperm or egg, leaving each with half the full structure), gene pairs can swap with each other. So the chromosome is still structurally the same, but one gene simply swapped side to side. This is called homologous recombination (or crossing over) and can occur a lot or a little along all 23 chromosomes for any resulting sperm or egg.
The gene pair, itself, can be an identical pair, or the paired genes can contain different genetic code. If different, one gene may be dominant and the other recessive. If the gene pair is an identical pair, crossing over has no affect. Now expand this to the roughly 30,000 genes (the number changes as they do studies...) in the human genome and understand that "genetic traits" that we perceive in the real world result from a very complex interaction of many genes, not just a single gene. Branched human populations are genetically, and thus biologically, defined by:
1. Having many male-female gene pairs that are an identical, or very similar, pair such that reproducing with any member of that branch (ethnic group or race) will yield a very predictable genetic result in the offspring. In this case there is a 100% chance of seeing the defining genetic trait or traits of the group.
2. Having a high probability (perhaps 90% to 99%) that many male-female gene pairs will yield a particular dominant result if you mate with someone within the population. So reproduction yields a predictable result with a probability trend.
Probabilities will range from 100% down to 0% for any trait or combination of traits, and this is the spectrum of genetic differences and similarities that exist among the branching human races.
These probabilities affect skin color, shape of the face, body shapes, the brain, muscles, tissues, and other chemical and biological processes. They affect the whole being, and there is no arbitrary limit to what they can affect. Genetics affects every aspect of an organism, just as the architect's blueprint has near-absolute control over every aspect of a new building.
These probabilities are solely a function of how segregated one population is from another. The more segregated two groups have been, the higher the probability that we will see population-specific traits. [And many of these traits are quite unique and valuable -- and would never have come into existence without the segregation. -- Ed.]
If a Black Nigerian mates with a White Swede, the 200,000+ years of genetic distance that exists between them, and thus the aggregate phenotypes, will be voided in favor of a complete recombination and, essentially, a new branch has been created.
Filling up chromosomes with desired identical or very similar male-female gene pairs is one way to eugenically reproduce. This is established science -- not "pseudo-science" at all, though many scared, ignorant, and fearful people so label it. Planning for probability trends is the other way to pursue intentional (eugenic) reproduction.
Those are the only two natural ways to eugenically reproduce. Unnatural methods would involve gene splicing, cloning, etc. I am using the term "eugenic" in its softest sense, to mean: understanding genetics and how your children will phenotypically develop if you decide to mate with person A or person B. As I said, this scientific knowledge is used by intelligent couples every day to prevent the spread of disease and deformation -- and that's a form of segregation, too, even if it usually isn't called that.
Humans have been brainwashed to hate all thought of human segregation. This means they do not support human genetic branching or genetic diversity -- though they say they do support human diversity; but don't let them ever get away with that lie again. The more human populations self-segregate themselves, the more genetic diversity will exist within the whole human race. This is an irrefutable fact. Pay careful attention to those who try to refute it, and relax. Relax and carefully break apart their confusion, or their attempts at brainwashing, by pointing out the specific errors they make.
We are free; we are genetically and individually free. We are free to gather with others to enjoy, fully, our genetic existence. We must stop the hatred and intolerance directed against human beings who understand genetics and human branching.
Those who are absolutely committed to ending our evolutionary branching are few in number. The vast majority have simply been confused by the propaganda of that highly-motivated but tiny group. Therefore, with education, patience, and hard work we can build an overwhelming coalition which will dispel ignorance and replace it with reason -- and a true understanding of human diversity.
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