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    Post About eye colour

    A request for eye charts, I would like to define what is water blue what is dark blue what is blue/brown - green/grey - green/blue and ect......I would like some sort of eye chart for evaluation and further use. And maybe we could get a talk about eye myths or racial origins related to eye colour and ect......

    Please all interested in this, find some materialx_charm

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    I would like to see something like that too. I know they existed. I've seen a movie about a jew posing as an aryan in an academy, and the teacher on there had a hair and eye chart, where he measured the jew, with calipers and etc.... and proclaimed him to be nordic aryan with slight mediterranean admixture eyes:

    I'd get you some charts from google or something but unfortunately my computer is fucked and I can't save ANYTHING on here any more. The system needs to be completely reinstalled.......

    But hopefully it won't be more than a week before everything is fixed up again!

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    Post Let me start with some eye pictures!





    The inferior Eye,

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    Ewww you can't even see the pupil! For me, it reminds me of a squirrel's eye. Cold, and heartless. The woman's eye if a more acceptable color, though. Notice how White people have light brown eyes? Only jews have black eyes and white skin.

    Here are what is commonly called "mixed eyes" in the textbooks:





    Which one of you edited my posts? Why!?!?
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    I would like to know why does Eye Colour change, both my sister and I were born with Blue Eyes, than they changed to Brown. What is the reason?

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    i think it has something to do with exposure to the sunlight but im not sure just a guess or maybe your parent might just be aliens and not telling you when i was a baby my father took a picture of my eyes and it went from yellow to red to green inside to out but now they are a brown that is wierd also why do blind people have a pale blue tint to their eye eyes are wierd things

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    Originally posted by Nazzjonalista
    I would like to know why does Eye Colour change, both my sister and I were born with Blue Eyes, than they changed to Brown. What is the reason?
    Almost all White babies are born with blue eyes which can get darker as they get older. Babies are born with blue eyes because the pigment hasn't had enough time at that point to form in the eyes; but it rapidly forms after they are born.

    Nobody knows yet, why adult's eye color can change but the best explanation is the increase in the pigment (melanin) of the eyes. I guess things like genes, stress, sunlight can all change it though. My dad's eyes went from dark blue to lighter blue as he got older.

    My fiance's dad's eyes changed from completely normal blue to brown with a blue ring on the outside, and I've heard other people say they had that too. It's not as uncommon as you would think.

    Here are a couple sites about it:

    http://sln.fi.edu/tfi/units/life/for...908990101.html
    http://www.athro.com/evo/gen/genefr2.html
    http://www.seps.org/cvoracle/faq/eyecolor.html
    http://sln.fi.edu/tfi/units/life/for...tomy/eyes.html
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    I saw a picture of me as a baby and I had red eyes. I heard that if you have blue eyes at birth and they changes to brown it means you are part jewish. ????



    Well maybe it means the pigment in your eyes changed with exposure to sunlight. It was one or the other. Darn those head injuries.

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    Part Jewish? I heard it was part Nordic, my father has Blue Eyes. NordicPower88 said that most White Babies are born with Blue Eyes, so I think it is quite normal since what she explains it is something related to eye pigment. I do not know when my eye colour changed but I think it was quite early in life because I do not remember having Blue Eyes for sure, I think it happened in the first months after birth. I just thought me and my sister were born with Blue eyes because my father has Blue Eyes.

    Aren't the genes that make the Eyes Blue Recessive genes?

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    I was teasing you. I know it happens alot but I don't know why.

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