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Are you the apex of biological evolution or genetic garbage? Guesstimate.
Personally i think i have great genetics. *shock* As far as i know we have no hereditary diseases in my family on either side, no alcoholics, no clinically obese people and no retards. Most of us are well read and fairly intelligent. We are well above average height even by scandinavian standards. Most of us are pretty slim and can eat almost anything without getting fat. Though we do not have many top athletes we do have an olympic wrestler who was my great grandfather so the potential must be there somewhere . We have no carer criminals or other deviants soiling our family tree.
Basically we kick ass! Now i must take it upon myself to procreate in great numbers.
This is quite the self pleasing thread isn't it, but here's my contribution. I would say my genetics are garbage. Cancer runs rampant on my mother's side, and heart disease is prevalent on my father's. We are all below average height, and quite a few of us are fat. Athletic ability mainly includes beer drinking and cig smoking. We are the apex of humanity
Our existence is just as valid as yours, however.
-------------------- You are the microcosm of the macrocosm.
This thread is funny! But after I read it a little while ago, I started thinking...
My family is doing pretty good genetically on my mom's side. They have all lived to be really old, and were on the thin side. Problem is, they are/were all a bunch of alcoholics. So they may have lived a long time, and not needed much medical care, but they weren't much fun to be around.
-------------------- The day will come when, after harnessing the ether, the winds, the tides, gravitation, we shall harness for God the energies of love. And, on that day, for the second time in the history of the world, man will have discovered fire. -Teilard