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  1. Consanguineous marriages leading to fractionalization and corruption

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    https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0167268119302355

    "We examine the roots of variation in corruption across societies, and we argue that marriage practices and family...
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    Genetic Exchange-Iberia and North Africa

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    Human genomic diversity where the Mediterranean joins the AtlanticCandela L. Hernandez et al

    "Throughout the past few years, a lively debate emerged about the timing and magnitude of the...
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    Your great-grandfather also has more of a Med...

    Your great-grandfather also has more of a Med look to him too. I remember seeing pictures of the Gorale people, and I don't think it's uncommon among them at all, although I'm sure you would know...
  4. The Apple Strudel from Inglorious Basterds

    It's very similar to the apple strudel my Bavarian descent friend and I used to make, although we pulled enough dough to cover the whole tablecloth, and yes, Babish, smaller rolls so you get more...
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    I would never have guessed the son is Polish. The...

    I would never have guessed the son is Polish. The father, yes, but not the son. He looks like some of the men in my father's northern Italian family, or like Luke Perry in his prime. Handsome guy.
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    It belongs in the section about y haplogroups,...

    It belongs in the section about y haplogroups, which is where I moved it.
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    Alas, no, I don't think I ever heard that Roxette...

    Alas, no, I don't think I ever heard that Roxette song.

    I love Pluhar's work, and I adore this guy. Saw them perform in New York, and they were riveting.

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  8. Such technologies are extremely dangerous and...

    Such technologies are extremely dangerous and bring us closer and closer to a "1984" world.

    I've been fulminating about China's use of it, but the U.S. is getting into the act too, helped, by, of...
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    We may have, in fact, done better with...

    We may have, in fact, done better with self-domestication than I thought.

    According to this paper, 1% of the population is responsible for 63% of violent crime.

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    You might not feel that way if you were a...

    You might not feel that way if you were a construction worker or gardener or cook who either can't get a job or has to accept less money because so many migrants are taking those jobs at lower pay.
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    If universities really wanted to provide a...

    If universities really wanted to provide a balanced education, he should be required reading.
  12. West Asian source for Eurasian admixture in Ethiopians

    It's the Sea Peoples? Really?

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    West Asian sources of the Eurasian component in Ethiopians: a reassessment

    "The presence of genomic signatures of Eurasian origin in contemporary...
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    Early Christian Basilica in Ethiopia

    They weren't kidding; go unto all the nations.

    This is pretty darn early.

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    https://www.archaeology.org/news/8285-191212-ethiopia-aksum-basilica

    "BALTIMORE, MARYLAND—According to a Live...
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    Sex Differences in Personality

    I don't disagree with the paper, so long as people are aware, and as the author emphasizes, that these are "AVERAGES". People are complicated. They can fit the "norm" in a lot of areas, and yet be...
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    People, please be careful where you post new...

    People, please be careful where you post new threads.

    There are different sections for a reason.

    This did not belong in anthropology.
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    Britain's Political Revolution

    Not only have the Tories won the election, they've won it resoundingly, taking seats they haven't held since 1945, and some they haven't held for a hundred years.

    Amazingly, they've even taken...
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    Oh dear...sorry. I had to look it up. I don't...

    Oh dear...sorry. I had to look it up.

    I don't remember it, but it does have Peter Lawford in it, which means it deserves a look. There was a whole genre of those "college" movies, wasn't there? I...
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    I can cry at Hallmark commercials, so I may have...

    I can cry at Hallmark commercials, so I may have you beat. :)

    As for 'really' tragic movies...well, when my friends and I went to see Schindler's List, my friends brought two boxes of Kleenex just...
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    The most heart-shaking, passionate, song about...

    The most heart-shaking, passionate, song about Mary I've ever heard, sung by a Corsican group that works with Christina Pluhar. The journey that starts in the manger ends at the cross.

    I've...
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    Ah, you're a family after my own heart. I...

    Ah, you're a family after my own heart. I absolutely love Little Women and The Nun's Story, and very much like Goodbye Mr. Chips, and The Thin Man. Even if Christmas is tangential in them, it's very...
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    This just came across my youtube feed. ...

    This just came across my youtube feed.

    Sentiment and pathos aren't restricted to Southern Europe. This is the best rendition of "Danny Boy" I've ever heard, and I've heard dozens of people perform...
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    Surveyor's tool in mosaic from Pompeii?

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    https://www.archaeology.org/news/8276-191209-pompeii-groma-mosaic

    "Massimo Osanna, director of the Pompeii Archaeological Park, and Luisa Ferro and Giulio Magli of the Polytechnic University...
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    What reading on the topic I've done was usually...

    What reading on the topic I've done was usually in the context of literature, particularly Victorian literature, and more generally in terms of the "mother" figure in general through the works of...
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    I watched one interview on youtube with Scorcese,...

    I watched one interview on youtube with Scorcese, De Niro, and Pacino, and now my "recommended" videos are like a greatest hits of mob movies. I was reminded of "Goodfellas".

    I know a lot of...
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    Of course I meant no pejorative against gracile...

    Of course I meant no pejorative against gracile med types. To my eyes, most of the most beautiful people in the world, men and women both, are at least partly gracile med.

    See this thread post 20....
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