Do you think humans would become a mono-race in the future and would racism vanish then?

Mono race = In this context mono race means that's only one race among the humanity because of a lot of interracial relationships mixing us so we becomes one single race. That means no Caucasian, Asian, black etc.
Do you think humans would become a mono-race in the future and would racism vanish then?#MonoRacial #Race #HumanEvolving
  • Yes, it would be a mono race and racism would vanish
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  • Yes, it would be a mono race, but racism would be a bit different
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  • No, it won't be a mono race and it would stay how it's now
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  • No, but humans can evolve in other ways
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  • Other (Explain what and why)
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  • No.
    Most racism is not even between races or for racial differences.
    For example, there is a LOT of racism within races, with east Indians coming to mind the most. Where the idea of how you are allowed to marry fellow indians of the 'right caste' continues to this day.

    So.. that's a valid point to consider if maybe, once we have truly become just one massive race, maybe racism will be done for. Which I highly doubt, though, seeing as how much of an issue caste/cultural/religious differences seem to be quite the grounds for discrimination. Also, lets not forget how even within the same race, not everyone will be of the same lightness/darkness and there will be racism faced by the darker bunch by people of the same race.

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    • That was in past when in West used burn persons claiming they are witches.

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    • @lala_ray I never said that India is a racist country? It's not like India is the only country that has a caste ladder, or intraracial racism. I mean, my boyfriend is southeast Asian and it's insane how much 'racism' there is within that race as well. As for African countries, I've had no first-hand experience in terms of friends who are black telling me about it but I'm sure we've all heard about the whole 'light-skinned' versus 'dark-skinned' issue within the black community.

    • Hey I am not accusing you of saying something... I am sorry if I sound like that... I am working on my English right now.. I know racism exists everywhere... all I wanted to say is caste based discrimination is almost nowhere now a days and it has nothing to do with skin colour.

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  • Yes, this is what scientists expect will happen if we assume there won't be any major catastrophes that wipe out humanity or a large part of it. However, it will take a long time for this process to be completed. Estimates talk about the year 3,000 or 3,500... so it's not something that we or our children will get to experience.

    Humans of the year 3,000 will likely have a mix of features from different races. They will have a slightly brownish (caramel) skin tone and darkish hair. Their eyes will probably have become bigger through natural selection in order to improve visual ability and their jaws might be smaller and rounder because they won't have to process very hard foods anymore (less chewing). Researchers also believe that future humans will be slightly taller, reaching around 1.90m on average. The Asian stub nose might survive but the folded eyelid will likely die out. Lips will probably be rather full. Some scientists also believe that men's genitals will be slightly bigger because this is a process that has been going on for thousands of years now (natural selection).

    Apart from that, the people of the year 3,000 will also speak different languages and possibly believe in different things than we do. Their English would not be recognizable to us anymore or only with great effort, just like Old English must be studied like a foreign language in order to be understood.

    I am assuming that racism as we know it will not exist anymore since racial differences won't exist anymore either. Humans will still look different but the differences will be much slighter than today.
    However, this doesn't mean there won't be any discrimination anymore. I am certain that people and societies will find new ways of forming in-group and out-group feelings and discriminating certain people. My guess is that socio-economic factors will play a larger and larger factor during the coming decades and centuries. I could imagine a world like in "Brave New World", where people are grouped into different classes, according to how wealthy and how educated they are.
    But then again, a lot can happen in 1,000 years and it's almost impossible to make any accurate predictions whatsoever. Just imagine the people of the Middle Ages would have had to predict the year 2017. I'm sure they would have miserably failed.
    And some people such as Stephen Hawking don't even believe we'll make it to the year 3,000.

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    • You says people would maybe get a smaller jawline, have a slightly brownish skin, kinda dark hair etc. So do that mean humans would maybe look like these people on the picture I put in the question? : )

    • Maybe. I was thinking more like Brazilians but I guess this is also possible. In the end, it's almost impossible to say because it depends on many different factors. One factor is certainly genetics: which traits are dominant, which are recessive. Another factor is genome engineering. For example: will people start to influence how we look buy interfering with science? Another factor is natural selection: which traits will be necessary/helpful and which won't be? And I'm sure there are other factors to this... I'm not an anthropologist ;-).
      The natural selection factor will probably have the smallest influence because evolution just doesn't work that fast. But maybe in 10,000 years or 100,000 years, evolution might have dramatically changed the way humans look.

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What Girls Said 47

  • There is no such biological thing as race. Humans are all already related to one another. We differentiated in appearance through regional evolution. We will continue to evolve. Physical traits that make a person most adapted to his/her environment will continue to be passed down.

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  • Dude people would just find something else to bitch about. Racism isn't the problem, the problem is that humans have some weird need to feel superior and will find or make up all kinds of shit to put themselves over others. Even if you took race out of the equation, society would just find some other factor to divide themselves over and fight about.

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    • people should evolve enough to stop wanting to be superior, and prefer being more humble, then

  • Humans are always going to find ways to put certain groups down. "You're from the East side? Shit you must be poor/dumb", "you went to that school? You must be poor/dumb", "errr you do that kind of job? you must be lazy/poor/dumb"

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  • If the world does become a melting pot over time (which is predicted it will be), then yes we would eventually all have similar colouring. But that won't stop discriminating in other ways. People will still have issues with The Straight-Haired People or the Freckled Poeple. Humans will still be different enough in some ways to find some reason to separate each other. I voted B.

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    • That's exactly what I was thinking about! People need compassion, inderstanding, receptiveness and love towards the people who are different than them. And knowledge about their culture

    • That's not racism though. But I do agree, people will probably start to emphasize those small differences even more as there will be less features to differentiate people.

    • @Kkaos Hence why I said discrimination.

  • There has always been one race- the human race. There isn't a lot of DNA variation to group humans into groups.

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    • @FreedomByChoice scientifically completely outdated since the discovery of DNA.
      If some people think old science is better than new they should consult druides and shamans. Or maybe try to find what Neandertahlers and Cromagnon people believed in.

    • @jacquesvol ''consult druides and shamans''

      kind of laughed at that but dude, all shamans are not created equally.

  • No, people would find a way. It'd probably become more like China or India where people are thought of well or badly because of certain features. The 'prettier' ones would be boosted in society while everyone else just goes on with their life.

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  • I doubt that discrimination against outsiders would go away entirely. It's an animal instinct to mistrust those that we don't know. It's not one that we have succeeded in getting rid of. As a general rule, humans fear that which is not exactly like them. It's not quite the recipe for tolerance.

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  • People will always judge you no matter how you look even though it's the main reason why people judge in the first place unfortunately.

    I think we're going to be more mixed in the future than we are now, we do evolve without even thinking about how.

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  • It's a nice concept really, but I highly doubt this would be the case with the whole world. Only in melting pot countries such as the United States. Besides, how boring would the world be if we all looked the same. Our physical differences are what make us beautiful.

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  • I'm sure people will find ways to be dicks and discriminate others. In my country, up to 15 years ago we had no black people (apart from a few adopted ones) and people were still discriminated against for something or other.

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  • I do agree that many have come to move forward in interracial relationships/marriages. According to Mr. Russel Peter's, in about 300 years from now, we'll become beige (https://youtu. be/77Jl59DZ2C4). So if we don't want that to happen... we should all be for mixing races that usually don't mix... cause how boring would our world be if we all looked the same 😂

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  • We'd probably become extinct before that happens. But say that never happens, then mono-race is bound to happen. But personally, I think racism will still exist. We will probably become much more technologically advanced so we'd provably be more pickier in terms of racism. Rather than judging merely by physical features, we can probably judge someone by their generic makeup. With that line of thought, those with a more lineage of the superior race will be favored than others.

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  • No, I think there would still be black, white, Asian etc people. There are billions of black people in africa that don't marry outside of their race. same goes for asia & Europe. Humans might become a mono-race in America though and i feel like they would look more black than white or Asian.

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  • And what we will look like? Caucasian? Asian? Black?

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    • What do you think? Would humans become a mono race in the future and would racism vanish?

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    • sorry who knew *

    • I think maybe bcause of China s population? They everywhere

  • I think in many years it will be a mono race but I don't think racism would be dead just different. They would always find a ways to be racist.

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    • Even if it's one mono race I doubt everyone will look exactly the same so I think they would be feature more desired than the other who can maybe lead to racism.

  • even if this happens... people will find a new thing to make fun of others

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  • i think its more likely that mono race would be achieved by one race eliminating all the others... various ethnicities have tried this over the ages without any resounding successes, someone's going to have to be able to put together a string of successes at some point in time

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  • Racism is only with black people and all the thee nations have worked hard over the year to be fine. Liberals won't like to hear this and we are even mixing culturally. Humans find division in everything. Even in those 2 pictures they will find a "black" in it...

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  • More and more possible of people blending together, but there would hardly be a mono race...
    Since that would entail they're all very similar... which will never happen.

    What will happen, probably, is they'll all be very different, but with similar skin coloring...

    And the racism would be far worse, I would think... Why? I think when the differences aren't as obvious as skin color, they will begin to nitpick and judge others harsher on the basis of looks - so then maybe people with light eyes would be the predominantly more attractive and people with dark eyes won't be... Or people with curly hair would be more appealing than those with straight...
    And the ones with curly hair and light eyes would be the most beautiful...

    (I'm just spit-balling here... No way to know what will truly be the most attractive trait in later history... But this is a logical way of looking at what might be.)

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  • I say NEVER. While there are more interracial relationships today than in the 50s, people, most couples are still of the same race. It's just natural to gravitate more to someone who is similar to you, specifically, the same race as you. You always see this in couples even today. It's not going away

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  • There is some potential for what you describe but geography will always isolate parts of the world and maintain their ethnic purity.

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  • I said E, because while we are trending that way I find trouble believing that their would be no distinctive features to a particular population.

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  • Nope, maybe only in the Americas and Australia but not in the whole world.

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  • Rasism is just another illusion of difference. Don't get me wrong, someone dark skinned is obviously physically different than me, but it's not a difference in worth. What causes so much conflict between people is that we think we ARE our differences. As long as we think we ARE our EXPERINECE there will be conflict. Nationalities, religions, diets - as long as we strongly identify as being something that others aren't, there's conflict.
    Black people think they are their race. White people think they are their race. We aren't. We experience it. The absurdity is that we hate on each other for having a different experience.
    Hate based on such dumb things will obviously change if there's just one race, but manifest in other areas anyways.

    We must realize that we are all one. One clan of lives, experiencing. Animals, all people, plants, we all live - and that makes us all be in a shared situation. We are all in this together - life.
    Who the fuck wants to waste it on hating, torturing, bullying and killing those with a different experience?

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  • Depends how long of a future we are talking about. If we are talking 50 years then no. If 300 years then probably yes. Though 300 years doesn't look realistic to the simple question of: will the human race even exist considering what kind of technological power and population size is going to ensue

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  • No because Dark skin is a dominant trait and light skin is a recessive meaning that no matter what you do their will always be people with dark skin and others with light skin. You can reduce the ratio but you can't remove the genes, same with blue eyes, its recessive and as such if both parents have a recessive gene for it then their is a high probability of the child having blue eyes, that never goes away so while the ratio of people with blues eyes may not be high it will still have the same chances of occurring no matter how intermixed people become. The other issue is that in order for people to be one race we would have to constantly be introducing new people as even if you could introduce one "mixed"(we are all mixed technically) race into a region, eventually it will with limited gene pool and environmental factors become a separate group with its own unique genetic traits. You would have to constantly force different groups into the region over and over again to ensure every one stays mixed which would be highly impractical and unlikely. As for racism, their is minimal racism in the world today, its often over stated (to an extreme) however racism will never go away because the issue isn't race (scientifically speaking their is no such thing as race) its tribalism. We naturally gravitate to groups with similar cultures and people who look similar to us. Notice how subgroups dress the same, use similar terms etc?(like punk rockers, metal heads, business men and political groups) That's because we gravitate to similarity so the issue isn't race its tribalism and that's genetic so its not really going anywhere, the only thing that can be done is to be aware of it.

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  • Racism is just a small subset of a much bigger issue of discrimination. It's just the buzz topic the media and society focuses on. It's like one flake in a bowl of cereal. There's lot of other reasons people will discriminate. What happened in Rwanda is a example.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EWcKnp-e-ow

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  • Racism may not always exist... but there will always be forms of discrimination, whether it be by weight, height, level of physical fitness, intelligence, heritage, etc. There will never be a time when we do not discriminate in one way or another. That's one of the main reasons communism always falls apart in the places it's tried.

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  • mono race is possible. And as we grow our dna adapts the stronger traits of either of our parents.. this way.. as interrelations are mixing different races.. only the stronger traits of each race will survive in the end thus making humans perfect and it will theoretically remove all DNA flaws.. but this will take many centuries to accomplish.

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  • People will find ways to hate each other for other things. It's our nature. Even in today's world it's easier to find us hating each other for things other than race, and I don't see that changing anytime in the near future.

    So maybe racism would go away, but it would be replaced with something else. We already hate each other for the countries we were born in so that's one right there - doesn't matter what race you are some foreigners are going to hate you anyway

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  • people have always their own group preference.

    just because they are of the same race does not mean that other groups don't hate each other.

    look at Chinese and Japanese or Korean they're the same race but they've had problems throughout the years.

    look at Africa they're all the same race but they're constantly killing each other over silly reasons different families Exedra

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  • Mino racial/ethnic? People would find something else to fight about. Did you know there was a major multi-year war over whether you should cross yourself right to left or left to right?

    (Crossing yourself is where you touch your forehead, then your chest, then your shoulders).

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  • We are already a mono race. Our race is "Man" or is you prefer, "homosapien". Racism is unlikely to ever vanish completely, and if it were to disappear, it would reappear in another form of discrimination. Generalization will always be an issue.

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  • genetically we are all mutts. mixed up with many different genetic cousins. will there be a singularly look race of people across the globe? maybe in a few hundred thousand years, provided we don't blow ourselves up, but people will always find an excuse to hate a group of people. unless we fundamentally change as people we'll never truly eliminate bigotry

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  • Humans can't ever become a "mono-race" because the factors that led to the creation of races in the first place will always be present.

    People who live closer to the equator will always be darker, while people who live further away will eventually lose the need for dark features.

    Americans will become darker though, because the US is too much to the south for the average white person.

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  • Thats not possible. Genes keep randomly mutating in completely unpredictable ways. The genes that help surivival in certain environments will cause them to be naturally selected. If we were to mix all races into one, genes will just continue mutating and getting naturally selected as well resulting in distinct groups once again.

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  • There's already a mono "race".. there are different variations within the human race.. You're talkin about people perceiving the human race as a mono race because we would all look almost completely similar.. Which cannot happen because of the variation in human beings.. It continues to create more variation.. If you wanna go that route though.. Humans have been intermixing since the beginning, so yeah..

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  • even if we survive long enough without killing each other, humans thunk in terms of groups and few can fully leave this mindset, already racism is vanishing to be replaced with attacks based on political stance (antifa bringing lethal weapons to kill protestors), we will still have distrust of others.

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  • It would take like 1000 years to get to that point. I hope that in 1000 years humanity is able to wise the fuck up lol. We have gone so far with technology and intelligence but we are still controlled by our caveman instincts in many areas. I think in 1000 years racism will hopefully be gone. Hopefully... lol

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