Black superior neurotansmitters?

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  1. waterbed

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    If blacks would be the same intelligence as whites then they have superior neurotansmitters.This is becuase the most difficultcomplex thinking happens at the front near the forehead. In black the forehead is shorter and also not so grown forward so that it not so close to mouth(relief speaken) also the angle is so that the front is less volume on average .the differnce betweeen white and blacks in head shape is mostly in the front which have been grown a lot over thousands of years in espacially whites and east asians.the back of the head is the oldest part of the brain and for breathing and less diffficlut thinking. the middle mostly coordination and also some emotions etc.

    But 70% or so of total genetic part intelligence is becuase of differnce between neurotansmitters of people and like 30% on size of the total variation by volume.So blacks make it just up with some more density of neurotansmitters in the forehead right:)
     
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    what do you guys think, do they have more density of neutransmitters on average in the front of the head?
     
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    Just a joke guys. whites and blacka have both their qualitys and size says only like 30% of the story and how it is connected 70% or so.
     
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    Negroes are on average less intelligent, but they are human beings, part of the homo sapiens species.

    That being said, I think homo sapiens africanus is an earlier-evolved, proportionately longer-limbed, simpler-brained sub-species (or "race") of the species homo sapiens.
     
  5. Anak

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    Allegedly.
     
  6. Carolina Speed

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    Kind of off subject, but I caught a show on the History Channel stating that all humans "evolved" from the "big bang theory" to single celled amoeba's, to fish, then making the jump suddenly to lizards coming out of the ocean, to small mammals that survived a meteor hitting earth; when the dinosaurs died out, the small mammals somehow evolved and became monkeys and when the monkeys trees became separated by grasslands by distance, some came down from the trees and began to walk upright, then the monkeys that began to walk upright became primative man and then primative man evolved into our modern human beings!

    All primitave man emerged from what is known as the southern part of Africa and migrated to the north, where other types of humans evolved from the Middle East, Europe, and Asia.

    What a bunch of BS!

    No wonder so many kids are so screwed up today!

    I'm going with the belief that God created everything. What takes more faith? To believe that we evolved from a cell that turned into fish? "Hey son take a look at the Bass we just caught in the lake, that's our long lost Uncle Fred."

    ......or God created every living thing according to it's purpose.
     
  7. Anak

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    Religion, because it is based on no actual evidence at all.

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  8. Carolina Speed

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    Hey thanks for the help! So what will humans evolve into next, since evolving from the primordial soup?

    Can't wait to see what my Great, great, great , great, etc. grand kids will become!
     
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    I feel like the more we learn about science, the more obvious it is that there is a creator. Everything just seems to fall into place. There are many things, that if they weren't a certain way, we wouldn't exist to be able to question on whether there is a God.

    Theoretical physics got to where we couldn't explain why things were so perfect. If even the most smallest detail of the most minute amount were different, life would not exist. So now they have come up with this whole "multiverse theory" which basically says don't go to God, have faith in science.

    You can't study other universes. They were trying to figure why some of these fundamental parameters, if they were just a little bit bigger or a little bit smaller, life would not have happened. If the nuclear
    force was a few percentage points stronger, basically hydrogen atoms would fuse with other hydrogen atoms which is helium...basically there would be no hydrogen, which means no water. If it were any weaker, the complex atoms needed for biology would not hold together because we are carbon based life forms. If the relationship between the strength of the gravitational force (very weak) and electromagnetic force (very strong) wasn't at the levels they are now, there would be no stars to explode to put chemicals into space to form life in the first place. We need regular stars and stars to explode for life. Rather than just admitting there was a God, they formed this multi verse theory "lets not look at the God thing, lets look at every other option". Multiverse theory explains all things, but requires one to have FAITH in SCIENCE because you cannot study another universe, it can't be proven. It basically means there are an infinite number of universes that happened infinite number of ways and we just happened to be in the one that lined up perfectly for life in order to ask why life is on our universe.

    I am not big into physics but my wife majored in physics and is into theoretical physics, she basically told me about all of this. There are other things we don't understand in science. My wife's friend is an obgyn and said we are not sure why a female mammal's immune system doesn't expel the fetus. If they were to transplant a genetically different tissue or organ into a body, the immune system would see it as foreign and attack it. When a woman becomes pregnant, her fetus acts as an invading foreign parasite that one would expect her body to reject since it is also genetically different than the mother's. We know a lot of information about it, but there are a tons of holes. It is more complicated than you think and they are still studying it.

    So basically the more we learn, the less we realize we know.

    Could it possibly be that there is a God overseeing this evolutionary phenomenon? Although I don't believe in the current theory of evolution.... but even if you are right, I don't see how that disproves there is a God. The current theory of evolution still requires faith because it is still a theory. Look it up, like really look it up, books from the library, not a page from the internet. There are still holes in it, just like the out of africa theory.


    or you could just believe that "ancient aliens" set up our civilization, they just happened to be so advanced, and seem to care soo much about this planet and what we do. Those guys on the "history" channel crack me up.
     
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    Thanks dwid, I think, that's complicated, but that further explains the existence of God. The more we learn, the less we know.

    The discovery of DNA is another, although simple, way of pointing to a creator. They say, maybe you can help me, that DNA under a microscope looks like little factories making us what we are. Is that true? Well, something had to make or create those tiny little factories that make us who we are, right?

    It is also said, by some that if Darwin had an electron microscope, he wouldn't have believed his theory of evolution.
     
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    It's a theory with a mountain of evidence in its favor, I'm pretty sure every biologist considers it a scientific fact, and it has no legitimate counter arguments mostly just everything is too "perfect" so therefore it had to be created and the mechanics of evolution are hogwash I didn't come from monkeys etc.
     
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    ......and there's a mountain of evidence to disprove evolution, and no, every biologist doesn't consider it scientific fact.

    "Professing themselves wise, they became fools, and changed the glory of the uncorruptible God.....and worshipped and served the CREATURE more than the CREATOR" ROMANS; 1;22-25.

    I mean, think about those words for just a minute, the Bible says this is what happens, it's predicted right there in Paul's letter to the Romans.

    It's happening as we speak, people are more concerned with saving the Polar Bear and hugging trees, meanwhile we abort 1 1/2 million babies every year. We care more about animals and plants more than our own kind. This is insane!

    Obviously I'm Christian and I believe The Bible and you're free to believe what you want, but what if you're wrong. Just think about it. Don't just dismiss it, the idea that there couldn't possibly be a God. There's plenty of evidence there is.

    .......and there are plenty of legitimate counter arguments to evolution. Big time evolutionists' such as Carl Sagan have been wrong about his beliefs and predictions about evolution, age of the earth, etc.

    Please Anak, don't be offended, I enjoy the discussion, but the bottom line is people who don't believe in a God, usually don't want to be held to his standard. Most people want an answer to everything within their own minds, but that will never happen. No human will ever have all the answers to scientific questions.

    Hey, you never gave me a serious answer to what humans will evolve into next?
     
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    No, there isn't. It's a fact. The mechanism driving evolution is the theory. All findings and research from many different scientific fields corroborate with evolution.

    They do, because it is. I mean real biologists, not some random creationist with a degree from who-knows-where that might have a quote being spread among creationist circles.

    I did give you a serious answer. They are evolving into idiots.
     
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    Anak, wow something we agree on. People are becoming idiots and dumbed down, BUT, I thought evolutionists believe humans are evolving, becoming better. How do you explain your answer that were evolving into idiots? Kind of a contradiction.

    BTW, do you believe all 6 definitions of Evolution or just Macroevolution?
     
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    That's just simply a misconception on your part, and I have no idea what the "6 definitions of evolution" are.
     
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    Ok, let me get this straight, if I can. You talk about believing in evolution and you believe it based on what biologist/scientist says. Scientists' used to believe the planets revolved around earth. Biologists' used to believe in order to heal a person, you had to bleed them. That's what killed George Washington.

    You stated the theory of evolution is a fact.

    Then I ask a serious question about humans evolving and you give a comical answer.

    Then, trying to be as courteous as I can, I ask you about the different definitions of evolution your biologists'/scientists' and you believe and you can't tell me about any of them. Your words not mine.

    I guess your either messing with me or you don't have any idea what your talking about! Again your words not mine.
     
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    Evolution doesn't mean individual species are evolving to be "better." That is a misconception. What are the "6 definitions" of evolution? And why would scientists be able to map the future course of human evolution? That is purely speculation. You seem severely uninformed.

    yeah,
    http://www.talkorigins.org/faqs/mclean-v-arkansas.html

    That's a specific case.

     
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    Ok, there's atleast 6 definitions of evolution most evolutionists' adhere to: I'll list them briefly:

    Cosmic Evolution: The so-called "Big Bang", where billions of years ago all matter condensed and suddenly exploded into the universe as we now know.
    I have a question; If all matter came together into an explosion, where did the matter come from in the first place?

    Chemical Evolution: The creation of all chemical elements. Hydrogen, Uranium, etc.

    Stellar Evolution: Formation of the stars. No one has ever seen a star form, but they do blow up.

    Organic Evolution: The origin of life from non-living matter. How does that work, unless something created the matter first.

    Macroevolution: Abrupt tranformations of one animal into a totally different one. This is where our Great Grandfathers (fish) suddenly swam out of the ocean and began to walk the land and became, things such as lizards, rats, and of course monkeys!

    Microevolution: This I actually believe, variations of animals of the same kind, such as Wolves, Coyotes, and Dogs are variances of the same kind.

    These are the basic beliefs of most evolutionists' according to the crap I was taught in school and as seen on the History Channel. If they don't believe these things, they need to contact the History Channel and change all text books from elementary school to high school, because these are the things schools are teaching. Correct? I don't believe the Earth is billions and billions of years old. If it is, I have some questions for you. Maybe you can answer them for me and inform me, but I doubt you can.

    For instance, like I asked earlier, where did the matter come from that exploded out of "The Big Bang"? Can you explain that to me so I can be more informed? You can't. It's your belief that it appeared from nothing.

    I believe God created what he wanted to create. That's my belief. There's a creator. Evolutionists' believe matter came from nothing.

    Where did matter come from?
    How about Energy, how about the laws? Thermodynamics?

    Yes, Creationism is I guess what you would call a Religion, but so is evolution; evolution is not science, it's a belief. If it's a fact then again, a basic question, where did the beginning matter come from?
     
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    This has nothing to do with evolution or natural selection.

    Evolution is science, it's back by evidence and is based on the scientific method. You are adding a lot elements into the equation that have nothing to do with evolution(directly). Throwing in things that science might not have hard answers for and saying it's all bunk because of that is a fallacious argument.
     
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    http://biblestudynow.webs.com/education.htm

    This guy is confusing the word evolution with the theory of evolution.

    ev·o·lu·tion
       [ev-uh-loo-shuhn or, especially Brit., ee-vuh-] Show IPA
    noun
    1.
    any process of formation or growth; development: the evolution of a language; the evolution of the airplane.

    This wasn't courteous:
    No. I really don't know much about "stellar evolution." It doesn't have anything to do with the theory of evolution, (which is a fact also.)

    And the argument that IF god or gods exist that it or they COULD have started the big bang, initiated DNA etc isn't an argument worth discussing and doesn't add validity to Christianity, Mohammedanism or the Bible or the Quran.
     
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    Evolution is pretty much an accepted fact. Trying to inject creationism or other faith based arguments to refute it are intellectually lazy at best or fallacious at worst. Religious explanations simply don't stand the test of the scientific method. Until "Thy Kingdom Come" there is no way to explain the supernatural using science as we understand it. As a Christian this doesn't bother me one bit. I base my belief ON FAITH.
     
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    Macroevolution has never been proven. It cannot be duplicated or proven using scientific method, it is theoretical. As Carolina Speed noted earlier, "microevolution" is accepted as fact, by even the most dogmatic creationist, as it is an observable (by scientific method) interspecies change, such as what Darwin observed with the finches. Now what does this have to do with black superior neurotransmitters again?
     
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    you don't have to be a christian or a muslim to think that the evolution theory is false
    it just takes common sense


    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julian_the_Apostate#Beliefs
     
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