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    Post Re: Phenotype variations

    Quote Originally Posted by Rodskarl Dubhgall
    Well, the changes are subtle, but present, it's almost like I feel or became different parts of the phenotype is perhaps better way of putting it.
    Riiight.

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    Post Re: Phenotype variations

    Quote Originally Posted by Rodskarl Dubhgall
    Well, the changes are subtle, but present, it's almost like I feel or became different parts of the phenotype is perhaps better way of putting it.
    Well, I dont look too much Alpinid-Dalofaelid at all, although that parts are present in my family, but at a certain age, between 12-16 I looked more brachymorphic in this direction, but before that time and later not really...

    Thats something I can see in others, especially mixed types too, but in your age other things than weight are strange if you dont have hormonal disharmonies.
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    Does the classification system proposed by the SNPA hold that some phenotypes are a blend? If so, that is what I am referring to. Sometimes, I have looked more like one part, but other times not, and like I said, over the years of my growth spurts from childhood to adulthood, I have noticed the difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodskarl Dubhgall
    Well, the changes are subtle, but present, it's almost like I feel or became different parts of the phenotype is perhaps better way of putting it.

    Hilarious.
    Seems more like wishful thinking.
    You feel your skull changing shape?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agrippa
    Well, I dont look too much Alpinid-Dalofaelid at all, although that parts are present in my family, but at a certain age, between 12-16 I looked more brachymorphic in this direction, but before that time and later not really...

    Thats something I can see in others, especially mixed types too, but in your age other things than weight are strange if you dont have hormonal disharmonies.
    That's what I mean, yes. I have had a mixture of both hormonal issues and weight changes. It's pissing me off because I lost a lot of weight during a depression and I'm trying to get it back when I am now out of the depression. When I am level and happy, or generally pleasant, I feel more like a UP and I don't feel overweight, but then I have to work out the kinks in order to stay in shape. I feel underweight still but the more active I get the better. See, I have had freckles(some look Irish others look French) and clear/shiny whitish blonde hair in my life(got darker-was curly, wavy and now straightening), plus being one of the taller kids in my school, from a big birth. My daughter was born 9lbs 14 oz and I was born some ounces less. I have had strange pigmentation-sometimes burning, sometimes tanning, but in full view of the sun over long periods of time, in different climates, such as by the ocean vs in the desert.
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    Post Re: Phenotype variations

    Quote Originally Posted by Rodskarl Dubhgall
    Does the classification system proposed by the SNPA hold that some phenotypes are a blend? If so, that is what I am referring to. Sometimes, I have looked more like one part, but other times not, and like I said, over the years of my growth spurts from childhood to adulthood, I have noticed the difference.
    Maybe you just mixed body type changes, weight loss-gains, age-hormonal related issues with racial types.

    Like I say, always consider the changing elements, everybody is changing in his life.
    Young Leptosomics look always more Nordid than old Pyknish types.

    But as I said, even my nose was growing and getting narrower which changed my type alot, together with getting (like in childhood until 12) more leanar build and narrower again.

    I think that are the growth phases which should be almost finished in you with 21 years. (in men until ~23 significant changes are possible afaik)

    That's what I mean, yes. I have had a mixture of both hormonal issues and weight changes. It's pissing me off because I lost a lot of weight during a depression and I'm trying to get it back when I am now out of the depression. When I am level and happy, or generally pleasant, I feel more like a UP and I don't feel overweight, but then I have to work out the kinks in order to stay in shape. I feel underweight still but the more active I get the better. See, I have had freckles(some look Irish others look French) and clear/shiny whitish blonde hair in my life(got darker-was curly, wavy and now straightening), plus being one of the taller kids in my school, from a big birth. My daughter was born 9lbs 14 oz and I wa born some ounces less. I have had strangely sometimes burning, sometimes not, but in full view of the sun over long periods of time, in different climates, such as by the ocean vs in the desert.
    Thats all just...normal. Dont mind about it. Nothing special and natural developments in many individuals of that age.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Agrippa
    Maybe you just mixed body type changes, weight loss-gains, age-hormonal related issues with racial types.

    Like I say, always consider the changing elements, everybody is changing in his life.
    Young Leptosomics look always more Nordid than old Pyknish types.

    But as I said, even my nose was growing and getting narrower which changed my type alot, together with getting (like in childhood until 12) more leanar build and narrower again.

    I think that are the growth phases which should be almost finished in you with 21 years. (in men until ~23 significant changes are possible afaik)



    Thats all just...normal. Dont mind about it. Nothing special and natural developments in many individuals of that age.
    What about the pigmentation variations? That's what seems to be the source of discomfort in classifying myself. Also the curliness of hair losing itsself.

    At birth, I looked like my grandfather, then I began to change into more like my father. My grandfather's genes are from one small area for so long, but he married a different background in my grandmother, which makes my father look different. I feel like a weird blend now, because my father married a further different background that I obtain some influence from. The differences seem striking.
    Last edited by Rodskarl Dubhgall; Saturday, June 12th, 2004 at 10:51 PM.

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    Post Re: Phenotype variations

    Quote Originally Posted by Soil
    Hilarious.
    Seems more like wishful thinking.
    You feel your skull changing shape?
    Was just curious the range to expect in a phenotype.

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    So when do people really mature at the early to mid 20's possibly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghghg474
    So when do people really mature at the early to mid 20's possibly?
    Females usually on average between 16-17, normal max. 19; males between 17-21, normal max. 23 if its about the bones and growth afaik.

    Usually this corresponds with the general maturity. Thats one of the reasons it seems to be logical that older men take younger women, they are just earlier mature...
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