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  1. This is interesting, as a lot of the I1 Jacksons...

    This is interesting, as a lot of the I1 Jacksons seem to come from around Yorkshire, and my Grandfather in his old age shares something of a resemblance.
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    I mean look at this for example. Can't just be...

    I mean look at this for example. Can't just be for us, the native population is in decline:
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-27020578
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    The problem is that we have a liberal-leftist...

    The problem is that we have a liberal-leftist elite who like labelling anything moderately right wing as far right, and perpetually associate it with fascism, and scaremonger quite a lot.

    Most of...
  4. I remember there was a Roman account of Britain...

    I remember there was a Roman account of Britain in which those close to continent (presumably in the lowland areas in the south and east) had an agricultural diet similar to that in nearby areas on...
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    I mean looking at the population averages i...

    I mean looking at the population averages i posted there, even the Cornish who are English influenced are still much heavier in 'Atlantic' as opposed to 'North Central Euro' So i don't think a...
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    According to a fairly recent place-name study, it...

    According to a fairly recent place-name study, it seems possible that while many came from traditional areas, a lot of them (i guess more of the families and lower class people) might have come from...
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    Here's one from Eurogenes as well, the population...

    Here's one from Eurogenes as well, the population averages from the EUtest. In the Jtest (the sister of the EUtest) the populations in NW Europe form 3 main groups in a dendrogram, pretty much...
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    Hmm this makes no sense to me, i did notice some...

    Hmm this makes no sense to me, i did notice some of the samples are really low.
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    So literally, the 'near-men'?

    So literally, the 'near-men'?
  10. Poll: Yeah it would seem that way to me as well for the...

    Yeah it would seem that way to me as well for the most part.
  11. Poll: Given that many in the Classical world, and also...

    Given that many in the Classical world, and also the Medieval world were mad about how they looked (copious use of wigs, make-up etc), i don't think we have changed that significantly in mindset in...
  12. Yeah that's odd, i guess it's just saying you are...

    Yeah that's odd, i guess it's just saying you are more to the northeast than most other Basque, for some reason? It's probably the most accurate for my family overall.
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    Is there one for L21, U106, other S116 etc from...

    Is there one for L21, U106, other S116 etc from the same source?

    Hmm found this one for S145/L21, seems oddly low in many parts to me, the east and southeast agrees with busby, but many other...
  14. Seems possible. Afterall there seems to have been...

    Seems possible. Afterall there seems to have been a significant Frisian contribution but they go unmentioned in most historical texts, and some earlier authors have considered the possibility of a...
  15. Thread: Racism

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    The tribes are bigger, but they're still tribes....

    The tribes are bigger, but they're still tribes. Globalism is simply forming a bigger tribe, of course you don't really see it yet because we're in transition. By taking sides against people who hold...
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    Interesting! Apparently it was being done in the...

    Interesting! Apparently it was being done in the early medieval period in England too, fascinating to see it had been going on much, much earlier in the British Isles.
  17. This is the main point. It looks like they were...

    This is the main point. It looks like they were dark, but even if they were quite light in actual fact, this study shows that modern northern Euros (and Euros in general) didn't inherit their light...
  18. A lot of people here can tan very well to be...

    A lot of people here can tan very well to be honest, but we probably have one of the largest percentages of people who can't. A lot of people here tan quite a bit, but then burn if they stay too...
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    Yes but northern Sweden is probably not the best...

    Yes but northern Sweden is probably not the best example of it, as there's a lot of Finnic-like genetic material there that you don't really get (or only in smaller amounts) much further south....
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    The 'base' genetic material is pretty similar...

    The 'base' genetic material is pretty similar overall, K36 is more sensitive but in pretty much all calculators we share the same major and minor components as other NW Europeans, but the amount of...
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    True, although it seems to be accurate at least...

    True, although it seems to be accurate at least for Britain. The POBI project found much of England was 50-60% Germanic, which coincides pretty much exactly with this, although judging by other...
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    Poll: Economic Left/Right: -0.12 Social...

    Economic Left/Right: -0.12
    Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: 1.03
    I'm from a traditional conservative background - Ie the people that made up the majority of the population here until fairly recent...
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    http://www.eupedia.com/images/content/Germanic_Eur...

    http://www.eupedia.com/images/content/Germanic_Europe.gif
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    I have medium brown hair and blue eyes (which is...

    I have medium brown hair and blue eyes (which is pretty typical), although i was blond/light brown until puberty pretty much (which is also fairly typical). The only general thing i can see among the...
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    One of the Loschbour males couldn't be assigned a...

    One of the Loschbour males couldn't be assigned a haplogroup, but initially it appeared he was Q1 until there was a contradiction. So, almost but not quite yet i guess.
    This is from the...
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