My father is African, more specifically, Bantu.
My mother is 1/4 German+3/4 other European heritages...Irish and English make up a big part of that.
So, I'm 1/2 African and 1/2 European.
For my kids to be a 1/3 African, 1/3 European and 1/3 Asian, my wife would have to be 1/6 European, 1/6 African and 2/3 Asian.
(Edit: Correct me if I'm wrong...but there is no easy way for a person who is 1/4 black, 1/4 white and 1/2 asian to have kids that are 1/3 black, 1/3 white and 1/3 asian....not without a partner who is extremely mutt like such that she's like 5/24 black and white, and the rest asian...So, my grandkids could never be 1/3 of everything, meaning if I wanted this 1/3 of everything person to exist, it would be up to me...and a girl who just happened to be 1/6 black and white and 2/3 asian...which in itself is an impossible quantity, if we're sticking to integers.
Is a 1/3 of everything person even possible? If I'm 1/2 black and white, my kids will necessarily be 1/4 black and white. If my wife 1/6 black and white, her kid will be 1/12 black and 1/12 white. If we were to have kids, our kids would be (1/4)+(1/12)= 1/3 black (and white), which would leave 1/3 asian, which makes sense because half of 2/3 (my wife) would be 1/3 (my kid).
But, if I were to marry a full blooded asian, my kid would be 1/2 asian, 1/4 white and 1/4 black. For her kids to be 1/3 everything, she'd have to marry someone who would produce kids that would complement the production of my kids kids, which would be 1/4 asian, 1/8 black and 1/8 white. For this to be the case, the kid would have to be both 1/4 asian, 1/8 white and 1/8 black added to 1/12 asian, 5/24 black and 5/24 white...and for that to be the case, my kids partner would have to have one of the more complex backgrounds out there. How a person who is 1/6 asian, 5/12 black and 5/12 white would even be produced is hard to say even...certainly not from a base two, and how a person who is 1/6 black, 1/6 white 2/3 asian is produced is equally hard...
So, 1/3 of everything people don't exist...
Which I guess makes sense, going from a base two algorithm and expecting it to fall neatly into thirds won't happen...it's the same reason why 1/3 can't exist in decimal form...
German, Norwegian, Slovak, and Scottish-Welsh. Though I was born in America, so that really makes me Native American.
I was raised as a non-observant Roman Catholic, I guess, and I was only forced to go to church with grandparents and such. Right now, I believe in "God," but not religion -- which makes me somewhere in between agnostic and spiritual.