User:The Mysterious El Willstro
|The Mysterious El Willstro|
|Subspecies:||Homo sapiens sapiens|
I, The Mysterious El Willstro (born 10 November 1988), am a Wikipedia Editor who maintains an Account partly as one of my many side interests and partly as an attempt to make Wikipedia more accurate. While interested in basically every topic, I particularly enjoy reading and editing Articles on species and taxa considering that I am a Biology Major.
As a Biology Major, I included a personal Taxobox. I checked with one of the Biology Professors at Lycoming, and she confirmed that, contrary to popular belief, the terms Variety and Race are basically synonyms of Subspecies and Infraspecies, respectively. I personally object to referring to human ethnicities as "races" on the grounds that Homo sapiens sapiens, the only surviving Variety (Subspecies) in the entire Genus Homo, has no valid Infraspecies (Race) subgroups. Furthermore, I have observed that the use of "race" in place of ethnicity only breeds hatred and unhealthy division.
Based on white matter and activity distribution, and the fact that the newer solely human sections of the human brain have more capacity than the older Australopithecine sections, the female human is in a sense the most intelligent organism in our biosphere. As a result, a male Biology Major, such that I am, must have a certain humbleness, even if I do not let it show on Talk Pages.
- All humans use these sections, but women use them more heavily.
- All humans use these sections as well, but men use them more heavily.