Humanianism is not a species but a reclassification

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I included a screenshot of where I believe our confusion is at
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Maybe you are saying that you have already answered the questions. But I don't think so.

I have pretty much concluded that you made up the term, and that it means something to you, and that you think that it means the same thing to others without your explaining or defining the term (in which case I disagree).

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We are talking about the term you made and how you can classify it, we were then talking about species were we stopped short of saying whether the one species has any sub-species and varieties. Answering this part is being able to answer the classifying part.

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You seem to be saying that you made up the term "humanianism" using my term "Humanianity," if I am understanding correctly. My term, "Humanianity," is precisely defined and thoroughly described. But I have no idea what you mean by your term. That is what I am asking you to explain. (One worry that I have is that your term could be seen as a way of ridiculing my term and concept, but I am making the assumption that that is not one of your goals.)

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Great, so are their sub-species and variants in the human species :)

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I am sorry, but I M totally not understanding.

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Genera -> Species -> Sub-Species -> Variety (variety may not be in animal kingdom)

The one species has differences where or none? Seems like a silly question?

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Subspecies and variants
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Is science able to see what can't be seen by the naked eye.

Muhammad Ali Speaks Common Sense On Multiculturalism & Racial Mixing
https://youtu.be/mEV5Mhc7W-Q

How we categorize old information with new categories

It goes in the square hole
https://youtu.be/jkz7bnYfuOI

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The battle is not with you it is from those that refuse. A refusal is not a possibility to have equal outcomes.

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People identifying themselves as harmless, self attack/mutilation is a maladaptive form self defense. They will not be harmed by there 'attacker' again.
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We don't see what nature's eye is looking at...
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MAKING SENSE OF RACE: Hard To Think Of A More Worthy Goal
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Asians also have relatively flat faces, which protects against frostbite. Their “yellow” appearance is caused by a layer of fat below the skin that protects against cold, and the epicanthic fold that “slants” their eyes reduces glare from snow. Southeast Asians have these traits but to a lesser degree, because they evolved where it was warmer.

African Bushmen have a similar epicanthic fold that evolved independently, probably to protect against the sun’s glare in the desert. DNA analysis finds that Bushmen are the closest people on earth to the first homo sapiens. DNA has changed over the millennia, and that of Bushmen is the most ancient and therefore also the most varied.
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We will be remembered by our noble savages and how they will think of us
Noble savage
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