The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 16
my understandings on this subject
Posted By: Earl O+
In Response To: what a sloppy evolutionary story (Dylan realtor)
first, this seems a very small number of samples to base a major evolutionary theory on. Not very statistical. Only opening avenues of investigation. It seems, to me, knowing where these samples were taken and foods available in the area these people lived in would be necessary, or at least helpful. I don't think there are or were too many salmon cavorting on the tundra.
second, the only biological criteria for success of a species or a blood type is the ability to reproduce. Living to a ripe old age isn't necessary, being healthy isn't necessary. Reproduction is.
third, from some studies I've read, given a chance, people would go to hunter gatherer mode from farming given the chance. It was an easier life. Even in the early farming societies, it seems hunter-gatherer mode was an important part of life. Many farming commuinities sent out hunting expeditions regularly...
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Bob G(O) -- Wednesday, 23 May 2001, at 4:26 p.m.
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