Genetics isn't just about finding genes.<quoted text>
Does sexual orientation have anything to do with being a particular species? Unique, yes. But, mutant? Let's use that as an example. We haven't found evidence for the gay gene. I'm fine with that. Because it is detrimental in natural selection. So it's not that homosexuality is an abomination, it is devolution. I have no problem with bisexuality because well you get the point.
Now if you factor in health, intelligence, talent, and personality, how is that evidence for evolution? How does that change into another species? Does being biracial or multiracial make one a mutant?
Since evolution is directionless there is no such thing as devolution in reality.
Species are defined by a rather gray line determined by the amount of difference in the genetic identity of said species.
Look, if you're just going to dance around the same crap that's already been addressed, why not make yourself look at honest at least and just admit you know nothing scientific on the matter?