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    Quote Originally Posted by Milesian
    Sorry, your right Trønder.
    Got a bit mixed-up there.
    Actually, Borreby belongs to the still mainly Tardenoisin North European Mesolithic era, which correspond with the early neolithic of the first farmers in the rest of the Continent.
    The head itself while brachycephalic and highheaded, but only in the latter part of the vault, is suspiciously Middle Paleolithic or neanderthaloid in essence, according to Gjenvall, Huxley, Riquet, Debetz, et.al....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frans3108
    Actually, Borreby belongs to the still mainly Tardenoisin North European Mesolithic era, which correspond with the early neolithic of the first farmers in the rest of the Continent.
    The head itself while brachycephalic and highheaded, but only in the latter part of the vault, is suspiciously Middle Paleolithic or neanderthaloid in essence, according to Gjenvall, Huxley, Riquet, Debetz, et.al....
    The comparision is favourable and meaningful in respect to this reconstruction of the Neanderthaler, note the lambdoid flattening, which implies always a strong tie with or derivation from the UP/Neanderthalers:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frans3108
    The comparision is favourable and meaningful in respect to this reconstruction of the Neanderthaler, note the lambdoid flattening, which implies always a strong tie with or derivation from the UP/Neanderthalers:
    You guys make this more complicated than it needs to be.

    First of all, all "subracial" mixing is not the same. An Orientalid and a Nordic is not the same as an UP and Nordic. Let's get with the program. My main objection is Northern European types breeding with nonNorthern European types, especially nonEuropean and nonWhite types. Whatever we want to call these types is of lesser importance.

    The two individuals here are both of a Northern European type, neither will diminish the other's racial traits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by providenje
    I don't get it, what seems to be the problem with them? . They seem to be both high-sulled, same skin tone, they both look Danubian and are the same nationality, and her hair color looks fake anyway.

    Well I don't see anything remotely Danubian about that woman. Her head and face are too narrow for that. The guy isn't really Danubian either, but at least he shares many features with Danubians.
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    Thumbs Down subracial miscegenation

    Dark haired guy with a blonde woman? That's some serious miscegenation! A big thumbs up to subracial miscegenation. I wouldn't be who I am without it.

    She looks Danubian to me, too. Especially with her broad, high cheekbones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ladygoeth33
    Dark haired guy with a blonde woman? That's some serious miscegenation! A big thumbs up to subracial miscegenation. I wouldn't be who I am without it.

    She looks Danubian to me, too. Especially with her broad, high cheekbones.
    His hair isn't that dark. They're reasonably similar.

    You must mean Neo-Danubian, original Danubians weren't roundheaded, which is caused by "Ladogan" admixture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nordhammer
    His hair isn't that dark. They're reasonably similar.

    You must mean Neo-Danubian, original Danubians weren't roundheaded, which is caused by "Ladogan" admixture.

    You think that woman's round-headed? For someone to be round-headed, they need to have a round head, not a long, narrow head.

    Can anyone hear me here? That woman has a long, narrow, high head.

    In fact, compare their heads. If you think their head shapes are similar, then I suggest you have some sort of a condition that does not allow you to compare shapes correctly. That could be a dangerous thing, especially when working manual jobs. If this is the case, please see a doctor ASAP.

    She's not Danubian nor Neo-Danubian.

    High cheekbones are not a racial trait in themselves. In fact, she would need to have wide cheekbones to be Neo-Danubian. But she only has moderately high cheekbones, like most models do.

    Hello?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Polak
    You think that woman's round-headed? For someone to be round-headed, they need to have a round head, not a long, narrow head.

    Can anyone hear me here? That woman has a long, narrow, high head.

    In fact, compare their heads. If you think their head shapes are similar, then I suggest you have some sort of a condition that does not allow you to compare shapes correctly. That could be a dangerous thing, especially when working manual jobs. If this is the case, please see a doctor ASAP.

    She's not Danubian nor Neo-Danubian.

    High cheekbones are not a racial trait in themselves. In fact, she would need to have wide cheekbones to be Danubian or Neo-Danubian. But she only has moderately high cheekbones, like most models do.

    Hello?

    Nordhammer was only addressing LadyGoeth's post, and never stated that the women was round-headed.

    On a general note, everybody is entitled to their own opinions.

    And if you happen to disagree, please do so in a civil and polite manner.

    We would all appreciate it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trønder
    Nordhammer was only addressing LadyGoeth's post, and never stated that the women was round-headed.

    On a general note, everybody is entitled to their own opinions.

    And if you happen to disagree, please do so in a civil and polite manner.

    We would all appreciate it.

    That wasn't rude. Not at all. It was kinda funny, I thought.

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    What's up with the "Corded" fixation?

    http://www.wsi.edu.pl/miss/polfinal99/raszynska.htm

    I don't see anything "narrow" about her face really. You got funny mushrooms in your pierogies or something? :clown

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