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There's nothing racist in

There's nothing racist in acknowledging differences between blacks, whites and Asians based on scientific observation, and if you don't think there are any differences you should look into a specialized field called forensic anthropology and the methodology of using skeletal measurements based on race to identify missing persons or dessicated murder victims. Human variations are simply evolution's way of coping with environmental disparity, i.e. black skin protects against skin cancer under a bright, African sun.

Seems to me through my objective observation that in point of fact you're the racist for presuming that my meaning involved some disparaging comparison when nothing of the sort was either implied or intended.

This is one of the most famous examples of historical forensic anthropology, Oetzi the Iceman. The examination revealed his race, age, height, probable weight, region of origin and cause of death - all based on skeletal remains.