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    I've seen the video posted on Facebook. It's...

    I've seen the video posted on Facebook. It's cringeworthy 70 year old in a nursing home who just learned to use a computer-tier material stuff, honestly, imo. Doesn't really provide a cogent critique...
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    Important!  Lots of us here are big on folk/pagan/viking...

    Lots of us here are big on folk/pagan/viking metal or whatever and I can see why, but my experience is that a lot of it is LARPy and superficial. Nothing resonates with me more than something in that...
  3. Why might this be the case in vertebrates? I...

    Why might this be the case in vertebrates? I can't imagine there to be an analogue of tool-making, but I guess there would be other factors to select for laterality.
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    Poll! Iceland - small sample size anyway States you...

    Iceland - small sample size anyway

    States you mentioned - each has at least one large city with a good deal of minorities.
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    Poll! Not exactly "slender vs. curvy", but I think...

    Not exactly "slender vs. curvy", but I think related, is the comparative preference for breasts vs. buttocks. We have some interesting data on this thanks to PornHub.
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  6. My intuition would be that as animals who heavily...

    My intuition would be that as animals who heavily rely on tool use and social cooperation, there would be some sort of selection towards one form of handedness, just on the basis that tools and that...
  7. Thread: Generations

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    Poll! I'm not really sure whether I'd be "millennial"...

    I'm not really sure whether I'd be "millennial" or "post-millennial". I notice a big cultural difference between people my age and the cohort just maybe a year or two below that I don't see going up,...
  8. You're right, he's spoken about this before. ...

    You're right, he's spoken about this before.

    But tangentially: on some level I can't help but think, honestly, that Amren's kind of white nationalism tends to lead people to positions which don't...
  9. Where is the 62% figure coming from? Most of...

    Where is the 62% figure coming from? Most of those aren't even married to Asians. OK, Richard Spencer dated an Asian woman when he was younger, whatever, he doesn't anymore. Jared Taylor can hardly...
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  11. But the specific distribution is significant,...

    But the specific distribution is significant, don't you think? A major point the article I linked makes is that there is strong evidence of active selection in that, for example, Melanesian...
  12. Vegetarianism and the Evolution of Light Skin

    Diet, disease, and pigment variation in humans. PDF is downloadable on site.

    The tl;dr: The evolution of light skin in humans is widely known in HBD circles to coincide with latitude on the basis...
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    Classify Miguel Serrano

    Chilean writer. No recent non-Spanish descent discernible, but his claims regarding his own ancestry were:
    https://snag.gy/vUztcJ.jpg
    Is this a questionable claim for a noble Spaniard? I'm inclined...
  14. Manifest Destiny is a lot more specifically...

    Manifest Destiny is a lot more specifically related to Lebensraum than is European imperialism in general, I'd say - there was at least a stronger conscious non-economic motive in that the Western...
  15. I think the American inspirations for the Third...

    I think the American inspirations for the Third Reich are pretty wide-ranging. I can't find a source for this, but at least as I remember there was a very explicit acknowledgement of the expansion of...
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    Important!  Rudyard Kipling is an interesting figure. Whether...

    Rudyard Kipling is an interesting figure. Whether or not you are as gung-ho as was he about the greatness of British imperialism, he was a great English poet.

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    AS I PASS through my...
  17. Automation isn't inevitable, but the kind of...

    Automation isn't inevitable, but the kind of social restructuring necessary to "deal with it" without denying human agency and potential are massive, and definitely beyond the vision of someone like...
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    Poll! Treating a minor symptom instead of the cause....

    Treating a minor symptom instead of the cause. Today, the kind of stuff we typically call "modern art" - I mean, what you'd find at MoMA or something - has squarely crossed over into the...
  19. Trump was ridiculously inconsistent in his...

    Trump was ridiculously inconsistent in his statements since long before his candidacy, really. I've noticed that this notion - which I think originated early on with Scott Adams' blog - that Trump is...
  20. Koalas are indeed the master race. z1MCt9HxiTE

    Koalas are indeed the master race.

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  21. Other people's breeding doesn't put you out of...

    Other people's breeding doesn't put you out of existence, your own people not breeding does. I think it's an important distinction, to take responsibility for the problem.
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    Звезда по имени солнце of Viktor Tsoy / Kino. ...

    Звезда по имени солнце of Viktor Tsoy / Kino.

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    Definitely Catterick
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    The cover to the album The Sky Moves Sideways by...

    The cover to the album The Sky Moves Sideways by Porcupine Tree. Great album, great aesthetic.
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