Re: The miscegenation system implied in the natural selection theory
n this, one ascertains that families of Humans did not spread to Europe during the time proposed for their multiplication by the natural selection theory which becomes obsolete.
We've discussed this before. There isn't anything spectacularly genetically different about most of those different "ethnies" you listed. We can find more diversity that in most American family trees that can be found among that list of white European people you provided. And nobody is using natural selection to explain the development of different language. A few thousand years of hanging out together is plenty of time for a people to develop new languages.
In other words, you haven't even pointed to anything that needs to be explained.
Time for you to see beyond the spoon. All these shallow subjects, .. how language evolved, .. your lack of evidence about human population being 10,000 at any point in history
I find this statement pretty silly. Don't you believe that the human population was once about 8, but now numbers in the billions? If so, surely the population must have been pretty close to 10,000 at some point.
Under a government which imprisons any unjustly, the true place for a just man is also in prison. Thoreau: Civil Disobedience (1846)