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  1. Re: Differences In Muscle Tone/Bone Density Between Races

    You are talking about gracilisation through the reduction of stress on the skeleton and muscles, so the differences are related to subsistence.
  2. Re: Hominid Reconstruction

    Im sure they do but I cant really help you with sources for schematic drawings of the entire skeletons.



    Well believe it or not, despte the (near?) complete skeleton of Oreopithecus theres not...
  3. Re: Hominid Reconstruction

    Im sorry but I dont think you'll find many of them on the internet, Tim. You would probably need to consult the expensive volumes for that, and I dont think Ive ever seen a skeletal reconstruction of...
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    Re: Happy Birthday, Blood_Axis!!!!

    Happy birthday.
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    Happy birthday.

    Happy birthday.
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    Re: Nordish?

    I believe that Nordids are gracilised UP Europeans, blended with Mediterranids to different degrees in different locations.
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    Re: Nordish?

    The difference between robust and gracile types is actually related to degree of settled life especially after the end of the Upper Paleolithic in most regions of the world, Siegfried. And the degree...
  8. Re: Happy, happy B-day, Goswin_van_Eyck!!!!!

    Happy birthday, Frans.
  9. Re: Classify Progressive Med Type and guess Nationality

    The nasal form is linked to geography, but in my opinion it has a phylogenetic not an environmental cause.
  10. Re: The place of the Basques in the European Y-chromosome diversity landscape

    Im sorry, I cant post it.
  11. Re: The place of the Basques in the European Y-chromosome diversity landscape

    I think I had before the computer broke, so if its on my internet archive Ill find it for you, Vetinari.
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    Re: Phenotypical elements in North-Italy :

    Celtic Tiger's purpose in posting this was to discuss Northern Italy (the Po river, and all the valley around) as the southern region of Central Europe. Its racial heritage is seperate from that of...
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    Re: Phenotypical elements in North-Italy :

    It is debatable that Italy is a valid country (as in nation state), because it was cretaed only after the French Revolution. Though its questionable wether Padania would be a valid country, Celtic...
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    Re: Phenotypical elements in North-Italy :

    As you are aware, Celtic Tiger was questioning the national and phenotypical unity of Italy, and he was obviously not questioning wether Italy exists as a geographical location, All Star.
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    Re: Problems with posting messages.

    Yes, its moderation for new members.
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    Important!  Re: Which Skadi Members do you Miss?

    I wish Siegmund would come back, where is he?
  17. Re: Fire Responsible For Orthognathicism

    Midfacial prominenence is also inherited by Caucasoids, but shouldnt be confused with alveolar ptognthism (of the jaws).

    I dont suggest that modren Caucasoids are closer to neanderthaloids than to...
  18. Re: Fire Responsible For Orthognathicism

    One recent study found that the alveolar prominence in neanderthaloids and early UP modrens was a similar degree, but I only saw the abstract, so I cant quote the results, Agrippa.
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    Re: Are The Ainu Caucasoid?

    Theyre a mixture of Caucasoid, or Caucasoid-like, early Eurasians with beachcombers moving northwards from the tropical regions.

    Their frequency of dental traits is closer to the south-east Asian...
  20. Re: Fire Responsible For Orthognathicism

    Orthognathism is a probably a phylogenetic marker of neanderthaloid admixture.

    It doesnt explain its evolution in certain populations, though prognathism is archaic relative to an orthognathic...
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    Re: Happy Birthday, Zyklop!

    Happy birthday.
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    Re: What is the Berid subrace?

    If youre asking me to create an extire taxonomy of types what everyone can agree to use, I doubt I could do that.

    Id rather not place too much importance on types if theyre defined by the presence...
  23. Greeks and Buddhists in Afghanistan

    Greeks and Buddhists in Afghanistan

    (Kenneth Rexroth)

    Once again let me urge you to visit the show of classic sculpture from India now at the De Young Museum. This is an experience not likely...
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    Re: The Berid race

    Robusticity is related to a non-agricultural way of life, just as domestic animals are gracilised, and robust populatoins like Fuegians and Australians are those that did not practice agriculture.
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  25. Rare white alligator in legal limbo

    Rare white alligator in legal limbo: Authorities hold reptile, say its capture was unlawful

    A rare white alligator is being housed at Riverbanks Zoo, but the reptile is seen only by its keepers...
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