Odds and Ends
9 3, 12:18am
[In fact, there is only one human race alive today. We are simply too geneticaly similar to be distingushed as diffrent races.]
In fact, that is debatable.
[Once there were others, such as the neanderthals, but today only Homo Sapiens remains.]
The share of neanderthal genes among different human subpopulations differ significantly, thus the differences have not vanished anywhere.
[Classic essentialist theory. The belief that culture and/or genology attriputes certain types to the individual. Modern scientists have replaced this theory with instrumental theory, as it works better. ]
Works better how?
If there is a difference between subpopulations, then such differences (and thus subpopulations) can be modeled. I never stated any specific types of models, I left that wide open.