> "races" [as] in the early 1900s, has no basis in
> genetics. The announcement that a rough draft of the human genome
> is now in hand could thus be a moment for celebrating our common
Interesting. Race indeed has no meaning when you can re-make yourself and
Already there is such a blending of DNA as to make those questionaires
(you know, those checkboxes where you are supposed to pick a race or you can
check "other") nearly obsolete!
The checkbox will now ask for genetic assembly instead of race:
CHECK ONE: "modified", "acquired", "natural", "aggregate", "duplicate"
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