Didn't the Nazis realize that by trying to create a so-called pure "master race" they were actually creating a disadvantage for the future ?
Genetic diversity is advantageous to humans. Their ideology of pseudoscientific racial purity would have made them weaker with each generation.
- ZirpLv 78 months ago
No. They believed in eugenics... and then their own "Lebensborn"-program proved that it doesn't work
- Elaine MLv 78 months ago
1. They didn't care.
2. They were establishing an 'us and them' society, which was the whole purpose to get them to stay in power.
- JazSincLv 78 months ago
You're wrong about the "weaker with each generation" part. Their not-very-exclusive European grouping had enough genetic diversity and numbers not to fall to inbreeding. Think about all the semi-isolated groups that existed for millennia prior to the Roman empire.
- LeeLv 48 months ago
Wow, well done you’ve spotted the ‘one’ flaw in their totally logical and rational scheme for world domination.
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- Anonymous8 months ago
tell that to the animals we selectively breed to be better at different things.