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  1. Poll! And not 'Native American', either; what did they...

    And not 'Native American', either; what did they - the pre-Colombian 'Americans' [sic] - know of Amerigo Vespucci [ in Latin: 'Americus Vespucci' ]? The Oxford English Reference Dictionary, under...
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    Okay, buddy, fire away. But British 'Dinarics'...

    Okay, buddy, fire away. But British 'Dinarics' do not look at all like Balkan Dinarics (and Austrian Dinarics if you insist - I'm not excluding them on some "Germanocentric" agenda), which is to...
  3. That's a rather cavalier interpretation isn't it,...

    That's a rather cavalier interpretation isn't it, Ross? The Slavs (cultural & linguistic term) did not spread Indo-European any more than did the Celts or the Teutons. 'Aryan' is associated with...
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    Nordics (i.e., in the sense in which you mean...

    Nordics (i.e., in the sense in which you mean this - which is to say Scandanavians) are Teutons. Teuton = Germanic-speaking/cultured people. North Germanic languages include Norwegian, Swedish,...
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    Poll! ladygoeth33 = Borreby. No Mongoloid whatsoever.

    ladygoeth33 = Borreby. No Mongoloid whatsoever.
  6. Henrik Ibsen (Brunn):- ...

    Henrik Ibsen (Brunn):-

    http://www.bergen.kommune.no/byarkivet/images/ibsen.jpg

    Knut Hamsun (Tronder):-

    http://www.grimstad.net/images/hamsun2.jpg...
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    Poll! Strangely, the phrase 'melon on a toothpick'...

    Strangely, the phrase 'melon on a toothpick' comes to mind
  8. Poll! Loki - Englishman to Englishman - what subtype do...

    Loki - Englishman to Englishman - what subtype do you identify yourself as, and in what region of the country do you come from?
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    Important!  I never said that the Tocharians evolved in...

    I never said that the Tocharians evolved in Central Asia. But I cannot see how the most famous of them (i.e., the most well-preserved) can be considered UP; perhaps proto-Tronder/Saxon, but not...
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    Tronder, I sympathize with your reservations, but...

    Tronder, I sympathize with your reservations, but I believe him to be Borreby and nothing but. It is a strange, common, and confusing English strain of the UP type (especially when compared to...
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    Important!  Exactly, and Jimmy Stewart is a Hallstatt...

    Exactly, and Jimmy Stewart is a Hallstatt himself. That is one of the actors from Band of Brothers; he is English, and his name is Damian Lewis.
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    Important!  I disagree - their bodies are far too gracile,...

    I disagree - their bodies are far too gracile, and their heads far too dolichocephalic for one to seriously consider them UP. UP red-heads tend to display a brownish-red shade known as 'auburn',...
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    In England, the average height (male) is about...

    In England, the average height (male) is about 5'10"/11". Brunn is a common sight (due to the surfeit of Irish immigration for 150 years); Anglo-Saxon types seem to be extremely common in females...
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    Important!  That is a plausible theory when examining it from...

    That is a plausible theory when examining it from a purely geographical perspective, but metrically, the Tarim mummies are perfect Nordics - and they are far too low-vaulted to be racially Corded.
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    Important!  What are your opinions on the Nordic Tarim...

    What are your opinions on the Nordic Tarim mummies from 2000-1000BCE? The evidence would suggets that Hallstatts resided in both Central Asia and the Alpine region of Europe simultaneously before...
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