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Light when it is broken down with a PRISM refracts into various colors...red orange yellow green blue indigo and violet ( ROY G BIV as an easy way to remember )...But in it's original perfect state that it starts out as LIGHT..( bright white would best describe it )...light is light when all are put together...MY use of it was only to point out that MAYBE..If it's possible for light to divide into other colors..It might be possible for people to do the same once they begin to "divide" the gene pool by reproduction..!

EPHRIAM777, Christian Forums 6 Comments [1/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Reverend Jeremiah


10/6/2008 9:49:11 PM

Crimson Lizard

"Many colors in the homo rainbow, don't be afraid to let your color shine!"

10/8/2009 1:49:00 PM

Think Floyd

Humans are not radiaton you ignorant cunt

5/16/2010 5:19:41 PM


I see your true colors shining through..........

5/16/2010 5:56:47 PM

So basically you're implying that the first humans were white and all the other "colors" somehow came out later? And a brilliant analogy there with the prism and the lights and such. So "light" equals "race" in your analogy, but what equals the "prism"? See? If you had bothered to think two more minutes about the same subject, you would have had to ask that question, now wouldn't you? Mankind has thought on similar lines for ages and eventually, through a mix of analysis, observation and experimentation (or science, in short) we found that "prism" and we called it evolution.

Oh and by the way, the first humans were black, not white, and all the other "races" were just a direct consequence of environmental adaptations (as part of a continuing evolutionary process) occurring over tens of thousands of years, and Jesus was middle eastern or, as the conservatives like to say; a sand nigger. Deal with it... or, take the easy way and just go back to being Christian.

5/16/2010 7:40:42 PM

Quantum Mechanic

Don't have kids, OK?

10/10/2012 9:40:57 AM

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