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As long as they have roughly the same gene pools I think they will stay similar, unless one groups lives in somewhere like Alaska where it is freezing cold and only those with long furry hair survive, so only they are allowed to reproduce. I wouldn't call that evolution though, that is just the gene pool getting smaller, there was no mutating or anything involved.

deadbrain, Someplace Somewhere 6 Comments [2/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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And here I thought that was called natural selection

3/1/2008 9:43:45 AM


Morbo says "I don't know why I bother"

3/1/2008 10:19:06 AM


They will stay similar unless they live in different environments so that only those who are best equipped to survive in their environment survive and reproduce? A good description of evolution.

3/1/2008 10:24:29 AM

b. beau

Another contender for "most apt handle" award.

3/1/2008 10:46:16 AM


Natural selection doesn't work, here's how I think differences happen...What? It does not say that! No, evolution says polar bears were born to Penquins! Does so!

Proper screenname award

3/1/2008 1:33:08 PM


I kinda doubt if people living in Alaska would change anyway, irrespective of time. The key is "Natural" selection. We create warm environments to live in, warm clothing to wear. It's no longer a matter of who is the furriest, it's who can buy the warmest jacket!

3/2/2008 11:49:27 PM

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