Genetic Differences Between The Light and Dark Races Reader 11/10/2019 (Sun) 04:06:26 Id: bae61f No.15451 del
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Background
In order to "promote racial equality" it is essential [in the way jews lie] that the races must "come from the same ancestors", for natural selection will modify the human race into many varieties from the darkest to the lightest in terms of phenotype. It has been upon this very idea that all of "racial equality" [for the rest of us, not jews in Israel] stands. There has existed since the 19th century "evidence" for the common descent of man, though this evidence seems to generalize on the human type by pointing out general similarities among the races rather than the specific differences. The question now is are there any specific differences among races? Can there be found in any race a genetically distinct trait that is not a variation of some common function from a common ancestor? The short answer is yes.

Three Phenotypes
Although racial difference can be found anatomically, such as bone density, lung capacity, or even intelligence, there are several traits that one may discard as being racially insignificant like skin color, as races are defined by their variable physical and anatomical structures. Just like there are white albino Negroes there are also dark Caucasians in Ethiopia and India, but the reason for this type of thinking is that traits like skin color are said to be variations of a common trait, with the common trait being the different degrees of melanin production and concentration in the squamous cells. All human race[s] are said to have different degrees of melanin in their skin. It is a fact that completely white skin is in fact depigmented, as in albinos, however if there was a different mechanism that could protect skin other than melanin, what would it be? Here is the answer.

The skin of white people sunburns, turning red instead of brown. The reason for this is a physiological phenomenon called vasodilation, where the blood vessels near the epidermis (the top layer of skin) dilate, releasing heat back to the environment in the process. The opposite effect is vasoconstriction and this process occurs when the body needs its heat to stay warm, especially during the cold months. Sunburn is vasodilation plus inflammation in the epidermis, which is a serious cancer risk. Vasodilation is the immediate response to ultraviolet light and this mechanism is different from melanin production. Both processes need time to activate, so all races are susceptible to sun damage. Already a different anatomical function has been identified for the light races of Northern Europe, but this physiological function is just one of many that are special to the White Race.

Blue Eyes & Related Colors
Due to increasing immigration and declining birthrates, the amount of people with blue eyes are dwindling and many of those within the Judeo-Scientific Community say that blue eyes are a result of depigmentation, meaning even a non-pigmented Black or Asian person could have them. But nothing could be further from the truth. Blue eyes are a result of light scattering from the fibrous structure in the iris that is called the stroma, which has a back layer that is pigmented, called the epithelium. Brown eyes absorb light due to melanin coming from specialized melanin cells and blue/grey eyes reflect light due to the structure of the stroma, which again shows the anatomical & physiological differences between races.

Blond Hair
This kind of hair, like black hair, has pigment, but the pigment is, in the chemically structural level, very different from the common black hair found all over the world. Through an isolated chemical structure being added to a divergent path of synthesis, there is the creation of pheomelanin. Tyrosine is an amino acid coded by the TYR Gene and its oxidation & polymerization leads to the formation of the well known brown/black pigment. Cysteine is an isolated amino acid that is added to the synthesis of melanin, which turns into Benzothiazine, which is the progenitor of pheomelanin or the yellow to red pigment.