As we unlock the secrets of the human genome, we must work simultaneously to ensure that new discoveries never pry open the doors of privacy. And we must guarantee that genetic information cannot be used to stigmatize or discriminate against any individual or group.
Increasing knowledge of the human genome must never change the basic belief on which our ethics, our government, our society are founded. All of us are created equal, entitled to equal treatment under the law. After all, I believe one of the great truths to emerge from this triumphant expedition inside the human genome is that in genetic terms, all human beings, regardless of race, are more than 99.9 percent the same."
What happened at the tower of Babel? The beginning of racism or the belief in the division of the human species. In modern terms, this where God deleted the one common language of humanity and downloaded up to 77 other basic languages into up to 77 different groups of people. People grew into an us-versus-them mentality.
Added on 27 July 2016:
Here is a fact which cannot be argued, but it can be denied and rejected. All of your DNA and my DNA is more than 99.9% identical. Can you fathom that? Here is a comparison in regard to Ethnos.
Read this and understand.
|ethnos -people of the same race or nationality who share a distinctive culture.|
The traditions of man is a basis for race.
Here is another.
Race, as a social construct, is a group of people who share similar and distinct physical characteristics. Yes, it also includes wealth or the lack of wealth. It also includes intelligence or the lack of intelligence.
Are you getting this? Race is a social construct. What are the distinct physical characteristics? Ears, legs, liver, spleen, hair?
I am pointing you in a direction. That direction is toward scientific fact and away from any human social constructs. Be sure you continue reading to discover that the first use of race was with those who spoke a single common language. Can you start thinking about the Tower of Babel as the beginning source for racism and the division of humanity via language?
Since race is a social construct. It can be assumed that a person who was poor and then is rich changes their race. Likewise, a person who was rich and is now poor also changes his race.
So if a person knows many languages are they multi-racial?
Here is a good comparison:
A person bought four exact Dell computers with no operating systems installed.
On Dell computer #1, which is to be the personal computer, this person installed Windows 10, some games and other fun software.
On Dell computer #2, which is to be the work computer, this person installed Windows 7, some work specific software, and professional Office software.
On Dell computer #3, which is to be the industrial use computer, this person installed an industrial version of Linux operating system along with specific controls software.
On Dell computer #4, which is to be a French language specific computer, programs were installed that were mostly for the streaming of all French-language content.
I know you're smart and you know where I'm going with this. The more than 99.9% of all of our DNA can be represented by the physical Dell computer machines. The less than .1% is all tied in the software. I would consider this a lose comparison. Still the point is made.
Each of the above computers are the same. Except for the operating systems and purpose of use. This is where we can get our lazy and crazy people, Bruce Lee people, Albert Einstein people, Michael Jordan people and so on and so forth.
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