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    Post Pseudo-Mongolism in the British Isles?

    There's been a lot of talk here lately about Mongoloid features in Slavic, Germanic and Finnish populations.

    But I have also observed such phenotypic characteristics amongst those of Keltic origin, both in the British Isles and the colonies.

    Here's an example I found today. In fact, I'm not even sure this guy is a pseudo-Mongoloid, he might be a real Mongoloid. Classifications and comments most welcome...

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    You've mentioned before about the Caucasoid/Mongoloid split. I assume you're talking about when man was in the Homo erectus stage? Mongoloid and Sinanthropus have too many similarities for them not to be related.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cosmocreator
    You've mentioned before about the Caucasoid/Mongoloid split. I assume you're talking about when man was in the Homo erectus stage? Mongoloid and Sinanthropus have too many similarities for them not to be related.

    Well I don't believe that. I don't think modern humans formed from different species.

    When I say the Caucasoid/Mongoloid split, I mean Homo Sapines splitting into the West Eurasian and East Eurasian sub-species.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Polak
    Well I don't believe that. I don't think modern humans formed from different species.

    When I say the Caucasoid/Mongoloid split, I mean Homo Sapines splitting into the West Eurasian and East Eurasian sub-species.

    Then how do you explain the similarities between Sinanthropus and Mongoloids?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cosmocreator
    Then how do you explain the similarities between Sinanthropus and Mongoloids?

    Please outline the similarities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Polak
    There's been a lot of talk here lately about Mongoloid features in Slavic, Germanic and Finnish populations.

    But I have also observed such phenotypic characteristics amongst those of Keltic origin, both in the British Isles and the colonies.

    Here's an example I found today. In fact, I'm not even sure this guy is a pseudo-Mongoloid, he might be a real Mongoloid. Classifications and comments most welcome...
    Who is he, what is his name and where does he come from? Many people in British football teams are not British after all. Besides, it is debatable if he is Mongoloid after all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loki
    Who is he, what is his name and where does he come from? Many people in British football teams are not British after all. Besides, it is debatable if he is Mongoloid after all.

    That's Finnan, Republic of Ireland international.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Polak
    That's Finnan, Republic of Ireland international.
    I see. Personally, he doesn't strike me as being "Mongoloid". It may just be a combination of unattractive, peculiar features. Nobody's perfect, and there is a lot of variation within any given race and subrace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loki
    I see. Personally, he doesn't strike me as being "Mongoloid". It may just be a combination of unattractive, peculiar features. Nobody's perfect, and there is a lot of variation within any given race and subrace.

    He does look Central Asian to me, and not only in that pic. But that's the whole point - we're all conditioned in different ways, so we'll have different ideas where to draw racial lines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Polak
    But that's the whole point - we're all conditioned in different ways, so we'll have different ideas where to draw racial lines.
    Indeed. For example, I might be more objective and accurate in describing a Polish indivual.

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