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    Facial Attractiveness:

    Likely to have higher facial attractiveness!

    ... it doesn’t mean that I’m pretty (though I’m) LOL

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    Vengefulness (Vendetta) lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by Salento View Post
    Vengefulness (Vendetta) lol


    La vendetta è un piatto che, a differenza del brodo, va servito freddo; meglio ancora: poco alla volta. D'altronde, lo sappiamo, la vendetta è un piatto che va servito freddo, magari con un po 'di limone. La vendetta è un piatto che le persone buone mangiano freddo. Dobbiamo lasciare che i contadini e i barbieri reagiscano a sangue caldo ai torti subiti. (Vengefulness is a dish that, unlike broth, should be served cold; better still: a little at a time. On the other hand, we know, vengefulness is a dish that should be served cold, perhaps with a little lemon. Vengefulness is a dish that good people eat cold. We must leave it to the peasants and barbers to react in warm blood to the wrongs received).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duarte View Post

    La vendetta è un piatto che, a differenza del brodo, va servito freddo; meglio ancora: poco alla volta. D'altronde, lo sappiamo, la vendetta è un piatto che va servito freddo, magari con un po 'di limone. La vendetta è un piatto che le persone buone mangiano freddo. Dobbiamo lasciare che i contadini e i barbieri reagiscano a sangue caldo ai torti subiti. (Vengefulness is a dish that, unlike broth, should be served cold; better still: a little at a time. On the other hand, we know, vengefulness is a dish that should be served cold, perhaps with a little lemon. Vengefulness is a dish that good people eat cold. We must leave it to the peasants and barbers to react in warm blood to the wrongs received).
    An eye for an eye, ... but all in balance, ...

    Occhio per occhio e dente per dente! ... mica sono Gesù Cristo :)
    non se ne parla proprio di porgere l’altra guancia, ... però dev’essere una Vendetta equilibrata al torto ricevuto.

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    In my experience GenomeLink is very unreliable. For all objective, measurable and/or verifiable traits they got less than half right!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maciamo View Post
    In my experience GenomeLink is very unreliable. For all objective, measurable and/or verifiable traits they got less than half right!
    My results with them seem to be pretty good. I have not found anything that is profoundly wrong. There might some disagreements as to degree but overall pretty good. Their ethnicity estimates however are way, way wrong.

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    not from GenomeLink.

    23andme and Helix:

    Better Sprinter (Neanderthal)
    Better Endurance (Modern Human)

    ... not a contradiction, I know I’m both :)


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    despite popular belief and many Media representations, Neanderthals weren't that hairy, ... some Modern Humans are hairier than them.

    ... from 23andme:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salento View Post
    despite popular belief and many Media representations, Neanderthals weren't that hairy, ... some Modern Humans are hairier than them.

    ... from 23andme:
    I am totally modern, lol. In terms of hair, the beast is not in me, lol.



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    @Duarte
    off topic
    if you know :)

    ... after somebody gets better from Covid and they do the 2 weeks Quarantine, do they still Test positive, and can they spread it ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salento View Post
    @Duarte
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    if you know :)

    ... after somebody gets better from Covid and they do the 2 weeks Quarantine, do they still Test positive, and can they spread it ???
    Hi Salento. After two weeks, the PCR exam, which is made from the internal secretions of the nose collected with a large cotton swab (the collection is very uncomfortable), usually points out that the virus is no longer detected and you no longer infect other people. I did at least four PCR exams during the illness period. The last two, done after the 16th day, were negative. I was in São Paulo on October 26th for a birthday party I came back to BH in 29th day I and had a sore throat and was terrified. I thought it was reinfection. I did a new PCR test that was negative and after three days taking a corticosteroid (Predsim) the pain went away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duarte View Post
    Hi Salento. After two weeks, the PCR exam, which is made from the internal secretions of the nose collected with a large cotton swab (the collection is very uncomfortable), usually points out that the virus is no longer detected and you no longer infect other people. I did at least four PCR exams during the illness period. The last two, done after the 16th day, were negative. I was in São Paulo on October 26th for a birthday party I came back to BH in 29th day I and had a sore throat and was terrified. I thought it was reinfection. I did a new PCR test that was negative and after three days taking a corticosteroid (Predsim) the pain went away.
    thanks Duarte, ... Thanksgiving stuff, ... Zoom dinner this year :)

    I’m glad you’re doing Alright

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