“Be fruitful and multiply, and replenish the earth” (Gen. 1:28)
“Genetic diversity was given to the Homo sapiens by natural law. In my view, today’s popular terms for variation (race) classifications (worldwide) is both discriminative and scientifically incorrect. There are no inheritable traits (such as skin color, eye color, hair texture, features, intelligence, etc.) exclusive to any one designated group.”
- Henri W. Tartt, Chemist
All Americans regardless of variation (race) should be aware of these laws. US. Laws & Guidance: www.eeoc.gov/policy/vii.html
*Modern day example of Caucasian origin?*
The baby's appearance is obviously that of one we would call, "Caucasian". Which, (without adultery or magic), must be genetically incorrect. Either our system of racial designation is inaccurate (as I have both said and written) or DNA should be used to *quantitatively* determine the *actual* race of all children at birth. It should also be noted that "Dark Skinned Africans" gave rise to all Homo Sapiens. Blond haired, blue eyed *Nmachi* (pictured here) is visual evidence of this phenomenon. You may want to read my article: "Are You White or Black?"
This is quite interesting. A Nigerian couple living in London gave birth to a blue eyed, blond haired white (not albino) baby girl.
Blue eyed blond "Nmachi" whose name means "Beauty of God in the Nigerian couple's homeland has baffled genetics experts because neither Ben nor his wife Angela have any mixed-race family history. Pale genes skipping generations before cropping up again could have explained the baby's appearance. Ben (the father) also stressed: "My wife is true to me. Even if she had not been, the baby still would not look like that". We both just sat there after the birth staring at her for ages-not saying anything. Doctors at Queen Mary's Hospital in Sidcup where Angela gave birth told the parents that Nmachi is definitely no albino. Ben, who came to Britain with his wife five years ago and works for South Eastern Trains, said "She doesn't look like an albino child anyway, not like the ones I've seen back in Nigeria or in books. She looks like a healthy white baby". But we don't know of any white ancestry. We wondered if it was a genetic twist. But even then what is with the long, curly blond hair? Professor Bryan Sykes head of genetics at Oxford University and Britain's leading expert, yesterday called the birth "extraordinary". He said: In mixed race humans, the lighter variant of skin tone may come out in a child, and this can be startlingly different from the skin tone of the parents.
"This might be the case where there is a lot of genetic mixing, as in Afro-Caribbean populations. But in Nigeria there is little mixing" Prof. Sykes said BOTH parents would have needed "some form of white ancestry" for a pale version of their genes to be passed on. But he added: "The hair is extremely unusual. Even many blond white children don't have blond hair like this at birth. The expert said that some unknown mutation was the most likely explanation. He admitted: "The rules of genetics are complex, and we still don't understand what happens in many cases." Stay well.
Taken from article "Life and Racial Provocation”(Articles Page)
*Tartt’s Black Synopsis*
“In my opinion, “Black” People have always known they’re a brown nation. But they’ve been slowly psychologically programmed by bad advice, racial hatred, and genetic ignorance. (E.g. “The One Drop Rule”) They’ve been mistakenly led over the last 150 years to believe their brown skin (of any shade) is actually black. All brainwashing takes is repetition and time. And we’ve had both. People are not that ‘starkly’ separated. I believe self-denigration is a prescription for ineptitude and crime. Language appliance is terminal.
To some, every time someone refers to themselves as “black” also relegates them to the ‘least desirable position’ on the evolutionary ladder. This is not true. But to that end, all ‘other’ groups benefit. Unfortunately, many tend to be “loyal” to their own dysfunction. “Because I’m black” has not only become a common excuse for failure, but can also put one at professional disadvantage. The word ‘black’ can imply far more than color.
If you think you’re black, pick up a black crayon and look in a mirror. Except for some still pictures, movies, and television where complexions can easily be “manipulated” no one (in “real life”) is actually that dark. But “black” has been ‘drilled’ into the heads of this minority for over thirteen generations. (August 1619) I believe this word has severely hindered the progress of a ‘great people’ in innumerable ways.” - Henri W. Tartt, Chemist
The (inaccurate) Fallacy of "The One Drop Rule"
Race: (Merriam Webster)
"A category of humankind that shares certain distinctive physical traits."
To All Negroid, (Black) Mongoloid, (Asian) Caucasoid, (White) and Biological Mixtures: (>5,000 Ethnic Groups)
“The human body contains approximately 10 pints of blood. That’s about 94,640 drops. “One drop” of healthy blood from any Homo sapiens could not determine the race, alter, change, or somehow “contaminate” the integrity of the other 94,639 drops. The science of Genetics has nothing to do with the socioeconomic status of the sperm/egg donors. This “fallacy” known as “The One Drop Rule” was/is a “genetic misrepresentation.” This practice attained legal precedence in the 20th century. In my view, this non-genetic assumption (hypodescent) was used not by Geneticists or Anthropologists but by politicians as a threat to intimidate and separate the masses from sexual encounters with “undesirables.” Conversely, would “One Drop” of white blood be allowed to turn an obviously Black or Indian baby White? I think not! In my opinion, this political trick has led to the inaccurate racial classification of millions in the United States and ethnicities around the world. Could one drop of any healthy human blood somehow be potent or filthy enough to contaminate the rest? (Any race any nationality?) Absolutely not! This is bigotry and racism of the worst kind. Again, this is politics, and not science.”
-Henri W. Tartt, Chemist
“The difference between dark hair and blond hair occurs when “Mother Nature” switches one “Letter” of genetic code, replacing a “C” with a “T” (Eye color undergoes similar dominant/recessive gene reactions) This genetic development has occurred in about 10% of the Melanesian people, as well as many others around the world.”
Click the link, Blond and Blue Melanesians on the right side-bar for more images. Stay well.
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