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5:30 AM
@BryanKrause All coronavirus mutations/variants that causes covid belong to same species? Like there are different humans from different races but we all belong to Homo Sapiens.
 
 
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2:40 PM
@Vikas Broadly yes, all the COVID-19 variants are the same species, though it's important to note that species definitions are somewhat arbitrary, especially among organisms that reproduce asexually. See also the Q&A at biology.stackexchange.com/q/101759/27148
However, human races are not "real" from a biological classification standpoint; they're just based on some minor phenotypic external differences that's are overemphasized culturally by humans. See biology.stackexchange.com/q/14414/27148
 
3:00 PM
👍🏼 Thanks
 
> viruses are more like androids than real living organisms
source: khan academy
 
@364539917 you mean the android from alien movie?
 
sure
 
@364539917 Yeah I know. Some say they are between living and non living
 
like Schrödinger's cat
 
3:06 PM
that's some too advanced stuff for me 😅
 
my point is they exist on such a tiny scale, that the definitions of biology break down
 
means you can't apply biology theories fully on them?
 
yup
 
ok
 
 
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