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    Post TAT-C controversy: up-date

    Fact 1. TAT-C is correlated with blondism and NOT correlated with Mongoloid traits (Russian Pomors, Lithuanians and many other groups with very high TAT-C frequencies lack any anthropologically detectable Mongoloid admixture)

    Fact 2. The highest (combined) frequency of TAT-C is in Udmurts: 56.3% + 28.7% = 85%

    Fact 3. The highest proto (ansectral) TAT-C frequency is in Udmurts: 56.3%

    Fact 4. The greatest diversity is in Udmurts.

    Conclusion: TAT-C appeared in the Volga-Urals region in the North-Europid (UP) population.

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    Post Re: TAT-C controversy: up-date

    Just give me proof of that mate. Simple. A scientific study which validates your claims. No? Then it's plain and simple speculation.
    That people breed with those they find attractive within their own ethnic population is all the eugenics I think is necessary. - Milesian

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