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    The Irminsul Found..?

    A tree said to be the oldest on the planet - thought to be nearly 10,000 years old - has been found in Sweden.

    It's over twice as old as the former "oldest known" tree in the world.
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  2. Some exercise, but excessive workout training...

    Some exercise, but excessive workout training such as 'body building' actually stunts ones growth. I know general exercise termed as such is not the same, and I am not arguing in favor of removal of...
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    See my thread for a prime extreme socially...

    See my thread for a prime extreme socially grand-scale example of this thread's topic here:

    http://forums.skadi.net/showthread.php?t=147687



    I think of South Africa & the 'Afrikaans'...
  4. Thread: Self Harm

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    Well, only if the substance or route is...

    Well, only if the substance or route is intrinsically harmful, some are neuroprotective etc., one could say we're 'addicted to food' to live. Opioids for example just downregulate the bodies own...
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    I have scars from purposefully not rotating sites...

    I have scars from purposefully not rotating sites for the few years I was an every day IV drug user; so I could have the track-marks as proof of overcoming addiction as some kind of self-proof of...
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    Off topic: but I'd love this technology for...

    Off topic: but I'd love this technology for phenotypes applied to groups of people based on their autosomnal DNA marker similarities. I'd be a way, nay: the only way, to pin-point the origin of...
  7. No, eyes like that, round face, are a common...

    No, eyes like that, round face, are a common substrain of alpinoid.

    Many forms of 'hooded' eyes are non-asiatic genetic phenotypes:
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    I'd say a hint toward dinarid. ...

    I'd say a hint toward dinarid.

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  9. Chinese Corporation Building a City As Exact Replica of Austrian Historic City

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-13820048

    Link has video.
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    Go to Scotland sometime.

    Go to Scotland sometime.
  11. Denmark pretty much started European vexillology...

    Denmark pretty much started European vexillology & a lot of its heraldry. It was one of the more imperial of the north Germanic (what is meant by 'norse' loosely, though older Norwegian is "norse"...
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    Perhaps the long distance (internet?) medium of...

    Perhaps the long distance (internet?) medium of meeting someone filters certain unconscious cues that make you approach / be approached by unsuitable mates in person / real time.

    So maybe if you...
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    Seems to me to be a dinaric anglo-saxon type of...

    Seems to me to be a dinaric anglo-saxon type of some sort. Definitely an isles dinaric tendency.
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    Your first assumption is where you got me all...

    Your first assumption is where you got me all wrong. I'm a follower of Giovanni Gentile on this regard, the naturalistic/external realist position is more akin to the 'thing-in-itself' than is the...
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    Fair enough. Though I wouldn't tag the...

    Fair enough. Though I wouldn't tag the "sophisticated understanding of God" as being simply the 'unknown' but rather the non-naturalistic constituent of existence. Science is basically empiricalism...
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    When someone says their purpose in the meaning of...

    When someone says their purpose in the meaning of life is to be the "...consciousness of God", that doesn't sound like a very traditional theistic statement to me, at least not one an atheist would...
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    Important!  I am a dialectical monist, certainly not a...

    I am a dialectical monist, certainly not a Cartesian dualist, and find most of my roots in idealistic philosophy like that of Fichte, but Gentile made the greatest strides against dualism in idealism...
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    Dinaroid...

    Dinaroid ...............................................................................................................................................................
  19. Reminds me of Tipler's interpretation of the...

    Reminds me of Tipler's interpretation of the 'Omega Point'. As well the idea that eventually, given an infinite amount of time, the processing power will be made to create the entire universe in...
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    Too gracile and leptoprosopic to be purely...

    Too gracile and leptoprosopic to be purely alpinoid, I'd say subnordid.
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  21. Bruenn / Anglo-Saxon I would venture. More...

    Bruenn / Anglo-Saxon I would venture. More tending toward Bruenn, maybe Nordic tendency, image may be taken too close, appears very much British isles to me.
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    Subnordid. Maybe Atlantid-alpine (basically the...

    Subnordid. Maybe Atlantid-alpine (basically the same mixture anyhow). Paedomorphic, may even be pure alpinid, though with a clear isles subtype disposition.
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    Borreby with Anglo-Saxon traits young pictures...

    Borreby with Anglo-Saxon traits young pictures remind me of a young Churchill almost. Also reminds me of the actor who plays Gale Behringer on Breaking Bad
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    Bruenn, with some atlantid traits (gracialized...

    Bruenn, with some atlantid traits (gracialized bruenn). Common of Irish. At some angles looks faelid influenced, but I think this CM aspect could be accounted for within the Bruenn spectrum.
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    Poll! I've taken this 'Federtarian' or "Pillar...

    I've taken this 'Federtarian' or "Pillar Federalism" approach and annotated it over the past few years. Note that "federal" does not mean federal as it is translated from a lot of languages back into...
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