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    Such as the fact that Finns have 60% of the Tat-C...

    Such as the fact that Finns have 60% of the Tat-C genetic marker (present in 86% of Yakuts, etc...)?
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    The proto-Finns were of Uralic, not Mongoloid,...

    The proto-Finns were of Uralic, not Mongoloid, origin. And Coon's theories about the supposed 'Danubian' origins of the Permian Finns are obscolete, and thoroughly refuted. Modern Permians present...
  3. Poll! I like Miss Belarus and Miss Moldova.

    I like Miss Belarus and Miss Moldova.
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    I don't see much Phalian (or any other North...

    I don't see much Phalian (or any other North Europid type, for that matter) in him.
  5. Would you mind providing a scholarly reference to...

    Would you mind providing a scholarly reference to this supposed study (assuming such exists, which I greatly doubt)?
  6. Essentially we have two hypotheses here: 1. ...

    Essentially we have two hypotheses here:

    1. Finno-Ugric languages and Uralic morphological traits arose coincidentally in the Eastern Baltic area (but failed to arise in Lithuania and...
  7. That's because the purely Europid types found at...

    That's because the purely Europid types found at Kunda cemeteries (and mind you, not all Kunda skulls are fully Europid) were a mix between Brunn-Prjedmost and Armenoidal elements.
  8. Even if we assume, for the sake of argument, that...

    Even if we assume, for the sake of argument, that Soviet and Western anthropologists were both falsifying their data in order to make the inhabitants of the Eastern Baltic area appear more...
  9. Evidence? There is an almost uninterrupted line...

    Evidence? There is an almost uninterrupted line of continuity from the Urals to the Kunda-Suomosjarvi culture of the East Baltic area during the Mesolithic.



    LOL, prominent noses? Prominent,...
  10. Correct. Incorrect, in the sense that they...

    Correct.



    Incorrect, in the sense that they are an unambiguous indicator of Mongoloid ancestry (although someone with epicanthic eyefolds may otherwise appear perfectly Europid and have only a...
  11. I am not God, nor am I a dishonest provocateur. ...

    I am not God, nor am I a dishonest provocateur. Therefore, I cannot make studies appear out of thin air, nor fabricate them. I am not aware of any studies on the frequency of epicanthus in in...
  12. On craniological data of the Mesolithic, and...

    On craniological data of the Mesolithic, and morphological data from descendants of this said culture.



    This is false. The Kunda culture was rather aligned with the various racially Uralic...
  13. Depends on the circumstances. Sure have,...

    Depends on the circumstances.



    Sure have, but these people are extremely marginalized, unrepresentative members of their respective ethnic groups. Honestly, how many Moroccans identify as...
  14. Thank you. The former. I think that his...

    Thank you.



    The former. I think that his methodology was simmilar to Gunther's way of assessing 'Nordic blood' in Europe, only considerably more sophisticated.



    I agree.
  15. Gooienag :)

    Gooienag :)
  16. Yes, the sample consisted of Finnish citizens who...

    Yes, the sample consisted of Finnish citizens who self-identified as ethnic Swedes regardless of native language.
  17. I applaud you magnanimity and wisdom, friend :) ...

    I applaud you magnanimity and wisdom, friend :) :beer-smil
  18. It should be noted that the term 'Nordic', as is...

    It should be noted that the term 'Nordic', as is used here, is meant to signify 'Nordic' in the classical sense, i.e. tall, depigmented, leptoprosopic mesodolicocephal. Other depigmented types are...
  19. When I get a copy of the book, I'll see if I can...

    When I get a copy of the book, I'll see if I can do that (currently I am simply transcribing data from a table that I scanned over a year ago). In the meanwhile, can you explain the rationale...
  20. It is people who live in Finland and...

    It is people who live in Finland and self-identify as being Swedish by ethnicity.



    A suffcient amount I would say. The point is, Louhi insinuates that she's never seen a European with an...
  21. Disregarding for the moment your contention that...

    Disregarding for the moment your contention that any scientific data collected by Soviet scholars lacks merit (ridiculous, to say the least), I feel it only fitting to point out that data for Finns...
  22. My mistake. Regardless, both Vepses and...

    My mistake. Regardless, both Vepses and Karelians have the same percentage of epicanthic eyefolds (although when it comes to other Uralic morphological traits, the Vepses show a stronger influence).
  23. The epicanthic fold is also a recessive trait,...

    The epicanthic fold is also a recessive trait, interestingly enough. Karin Mark hypothesizes that Uralic/Lappinoid Pit-Comb pottery people (Kunda culture, etc...) who migrated to the Eastern Baltic...
  24. You need to travel more around your own country.

    You need to travel more around your own country.
  25. The data is actually for Finnish Swedes, i.e....

    The data is actually for Finnish Swedes, i.e. Swedes who live in Finland.
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