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    Poll: Imo, the activists, the organizers, in the...

    Imo, the activists, the organizers, in the Democratic party are way to the left of Biden. All the younger people running for the presidency on the Democratic ticket listed left to get their support....
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    Poll: Kamala Harris is another phony race baiter. ...

    Kamala Harris is another phony race baiter.

    If Biden gets elected I doubt he'll serve out his term. He looks like he's about to keel over any minute, face lift or not. That or he'll go completely...
  3. The sunbelt represents 1/3 of the population now,...

    The sunbelt represents 1/3 of the population now, but they are the fastest growing region. At even 1/3 it represents over 100 million people.


    Predicted growth rates....
  4. Sorry, Maciamo, but one can’t look at one day or...

    Sorry, Maciamo, but one can’t look at one day or base an analysis on a particular heat wave, even if they’re getting more frequent.

    I just looked up the data for Brussels and Munich since it was...
  5. Today it’s 95 plus even here and it’s by far not...

    Today it’s 95 plus even here and it’s by far not the first time. Florida is the tropics. I’d never buy a new condo down there without central air conditioning. Even with it I never went down in...
  6. There is no way the average summer temperatures...

    There is no way the average summer temperatures of Europe, especially Northern Europe, approach the average summer temperatures of places like Florida, Louisiana, Texas, with the high humidity to...
  7. Did I misunderstand the paper? I thought they...

    Did I misunderstand the paper? I thought they followed the mutation trail up and through Anatolia/Armenia and west?
  8. Well if you go by Eurogenes his Corsican sample...

    Well if you go by Eurogenes his Corsican sample clusters with me: Emilian, Northwest Tuscan and Eastern Ligurian. I’d bet serious money he’s coastal and thus more affected by Ligurians and Tuscans....
  9. That’s if you believe that was a legitimate...

    That’s if you believe that was a legitimate genealogy and not some paid for paper trail by a parvenus son of the minor gentry (his father was a lawyer) who was going to marry into the Habsburgs and...
  10. All Italians knew they were ultimately Italian...

    All Italians knew they were ultimately Italian even if the country wasn’t technically unified. Just as all the most educated among them knew Italian.

    Germany wasn’t unified until around the same...
  11. Please spare me this “tribal origin” stuff. One’s...

    Please spare me this “tribal origin” stuff. One’s “tribal origin” is not just the group responsible for one among many y lines, not to mention all the mtdna lines.

    You think the Ssa blacks of...
  12. Here we go with the y line thing. The paper seems...

    Here we go with the y line thing. The paper seems to think otherwise. Did you bother reading it?

    Anyway, who cares?

    In terms of genetic identity he was Italian. Period. It’s written all over...
  13. I’d also point out to some posters upthread that...

    I’d also point out to some posters upthread that in the supposedly enlightened and progressive Norway, almost 60 percent of the population thinks their culture is superior. I wonder what the real...
  14. This confirms information I previously provided...

    This confirms information I previously provided that the source of the Buonaparte family is in Sarzana, Liguria on the border of Toscana, and in more ancient times under the control of the Bishops...
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    Couldn’t have said it better. :) The Romans...

    Couldn’t have said it better. :)

    The Romans of the Republican Era whom they wanted so badly to claim were Southern Europeans. Nothing to do with them.End of story.
  16. I completely agree. Also, while many Northern...

    I completely agree.

    Also, while many Northern and Western Europeans might respond like this on a survey, some of that might be them trying to give the politically correct answer. Also, from...
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    Completely agree. I also think Livia was...

    Completely agree.

    I also think Livia was formidable, and with the same Claudian lack of ethics. I deeply admire Antonia major.

    Don’t you love how no matter how many busts are produced of the...
  18. It almost sounds to me like Spanish spoken by an...

    It almost sounds to me like Spanish spoken by an Italian, or at least with a lot of Italian tones. Hence why I find it so easy to understand :)
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    How typical, Northener: ignore all the mistakes...

    How typical, Northener: ignore all the mistakes of fact I pointed out in your post and go into an anti-US rant. Your analysis was flawed and illogical. Period. Sweden did not do a good job; not all...
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    Hadrian didn’t look anything like an Arab; it’s...

    Hadrian didn’t look anything like an Arab; it’s just this creator’s subjective interpretation. If you think you’re going to start t-rolling here I suggest you think twice.
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    I wouldn’t necessarily take Sweden as an...

    I wouldn’t necessarily take Sweden as an exemplar. I thought I saw a graph indicating they did the worst of all the Scandinavian countries, and I saw a video clip of the leader of their effort where...
  22. Excellent post Regio, thanks.

    Excellent post Regio, thanks.
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    I'll reply on this thread as it seems the more...

    I'll reply on this thread as it seems the more appropriate place.

    https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/30832-Recognizing-ethnicity-by-the-nose
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    Well, a lot of Romans had quite different noses....

    Well, a lot of Romans had quite different noses. I don't think that's the most common one at all.

    Marcus Porcius Cato:...
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    Yes, Hadrian and Marcus Aurelius, who was of his...

    Yes, Hadrian and Marcus Aurelius, who was of his family, are the most egregiously wrong imo.

    Hadrian, who was of a colonial Italic/Hispanic family originally from Picenum winds up looking like an...
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