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    About the Little "Cartilage" at the Back of the Head

    There is some sort of a little "cartilage" at the back of the head of many persons. I have heard several years back that this cartilage is a way to classify persons. It was said that Jews are not having it.
    Is that true? Or just a rumour? :

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    Nonsensical nonsense :speechles

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    Cartilage.. as opposed to a head made of bone?
    Bones sure are soft for new born so that their heads can grow.. and those bones then harden and fuse over time.

    But cartilage.. like what your ears are made of?
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    Sorry, if it doesnt make sense. I hope you got what I mean. I have heard it several times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikki
    Cartilage.. as opposed to a head made of bone?
    Bones sure are soft for new born so that their heads can grow.. and those bones then harden and fuse over time.

    But cartilage.. like what your ears are made of?
    I dont no how to express it. Its more likely not a cartilage. Its a little projecting part at the end of the head. "Opisthocranion" could be it, but I am not sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikki
    Cartilage.. as opposed to a head made of bone?
    Bones sure are soft for new born so that their heads can grow.. and those bones then harden and fuse over time.

    But cartilage.. like what your ears are made of?
    It could be useful :

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    Don't know about any cartilage, but I do have a little 'bump' of bone right at the very back of my skull, right above and between where the neck tendons (or are they thin muscles there? anyway..) fasten to the skull.

    How or if that might pertain to classification or what-not, I have no idea.

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    Yes, thats what I mean.



    I know that many persons are having it, but I dont know if all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arcturus
    Don't know about any cartilage, but I do have a little 'bump' of bone right at the very back of my skull, right above and between where the neck tendons (or are they thin muscles there? anyway..) fasten to the skull.
    I have the same bump on the back of my skull.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anglo-Hoosier
    I have the same bump on the back of my skull.
    mee too

    and a bigger bump just above it.. and a rather pronounced skullridge for excessively primitive chewing mucles
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