Humanity's Pale Babies

I offer this question for consideration:  most babies are born with pale skin*, and many are born with blue eyes**, so is it possible that "white" people are "black" humans who lost the capacity to darken as they aged?  I am wondering if way back when, when Caucasians developed as a race, they began as blacks who stopped losing their baby pale skin and blue eyes.

 

Since humans are designed by God to love their children, and all normal, healthy people love their pale, perhaps blue eyes babies, then humans of all colors will have an innate loving, protective feeling toward humans who are pale and blue eyed, if only because of their resemblance to humanity's pale, blue-eyed babies.

 

Think of the sadness and possible rage if that love is not reciprocated; sad because one's children by rights ought to love one; and rage because of the feeling of betrayal when they do not.

 

Best to love one another, considering God's mysterious biological underpinnings that drive humanity.

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*  "Are black babies born with white skin?"  "Yes, most black babies are born with white skin. Some are born completely black however most of them lack the melanin pigment development initially. Within a few months, this pigment develops while they are exposed to the sun and such. They will gradually turn black until they reach their full pigment color..."

Source:  https://www.answers.com/Q/Are_black_babies_born_with_white_skin

 

**  "Why Are Babies Born With Blue Eyes?"  "You may have heard that all babies are born with blue eyes. You inherit your eye color from your parents, but no matter what the color is now, it may have been blue when you were born. Why? When you were an infant, melanin—the brown pigment molecule that colors your skin, hair, and eyes—hadn't been fully deposited in the irises of your eyes or darkened by exposure to ultraviolet light. The iris is the colored part of the eye that controls the amount of light that is allowed to enter. Like hair and skin, it contains the pigment, possibly to help protect the eye from the sun."

Source:  https://www.thoughtco.com/why-babies-are-born-with-blue-eyes-602192

 

On the other hand, 21st century scientists say skin color is a function of vitamin absorption needs, etc.  Look it up.

Caption:  Humanity's Pale Babies

by Annmarie Throckmorton 2019 

 

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