It really depends on what environment you reside in.
These days, with brick & mortar housing, air conditioning & sunblock, it doesnt make much of difference.
But the people who have lighter skin, blue eyes... etc adapted to the environments in which they migrated to, for their body to function the best it could in those conditions.
Most africans remained dark skinned, much like many of the equatorian societies, as this was more ideal for surviving the elements.
Sickel Cell Anemia, for instance only occurs in those of more rescent african descent, because certain people developed blood cells which functioned in a manner to discourage infection from malaria... but it can also have a very negative effect on the function of the human body, especially when living in an environment which does not have a malaria issue.
It's called evolution, and just because the scandinavians ended up with paler skin (from long winters, and the need to absorb as much vitamin D from the sun's rays when possible*pigment blocks some of these rays*) & blonde hair (same reason) & bigger boobs (no clue) does not mean they are superior than dark skinned Africans.
They may be better suited for Norway than Zimbabwe, but also true the other way round.
Human beings are animals... and just like different animal of the same species adapt to different environments, we do the same.
When you start putting superior on this question, you have to take into account a specific environment & survivability or even optimum bodily function.
The human race, on a whole, does not have one particular genetic design which I am aware of, that can survive most favorably in all habitable environments.
So, we just got to wait till the XMen come around. Cant wait
· 1 decade ago