correlated, which is to say that though Caucasians are ninety five% the same as Asians, genetically speaking, the 5% the place we range is usually in the same 5%; i.e. the distribution of that variance isn’t random. He first makes use of a 2002 study by Rosenberg et al. Genetic structure of human populations.….The genomic approach to the existence of races in human beings has usually involved gathering the frequencies of variants at a lot of places in the human genome, from increasingly large numbers of people. Whereas it is actually true that solely a relatively small proportion of human variation happens on the degree of the recognized races, small percentages of genetic variation might be extremely meaningful. Source- Alan R.