Lewontin's fallacy dawg. Get rekt.Like I said in the other thread, the Fst values between the various population categories one might attempt to divide human populations along in order to determine subspecies, simply do not rise to the levels that are recognized as required for subspecies classification in the non-human literature.
There is no such thing as human race as a genetic phenomena as a result.
I can cite you relevant literature from top experts in the fields of human evolutionary genetics if you need me to.
Start by looking into Svante Paabo's work at the Max Planc University in Leipzig for starting points.
This actually isn't even about genetic variation when compared within populations and between them.Lewinton's fallacy dawg. Get rekt.
"black people smell different" - Richard Dawkins