Activity Stream

Filter
Sort By Time Show
Recent Recent Popular Popular Anytime Anytime Last 7 Days Last 7 Days Last 30 Days Last 30 Days All All Photos Photos Forum Forums
  • Celph Titled's Avatar
    Today, 02:56
    those are not white americans, white americans are wasps just like black americans are african americans
    21 replies | 405 view(s)
  • Magnetic's Avatar
    Today, 02:35
    Magnetic replied to a thread Kurdish People in Asia & Oceania
    both . they would predominantly look their own kind of caucasian but also some european looking types . well there are already some fully caucasian looking indians and many full caucasian looking north africans . many of the north african caucasians...
    20 replies | 283 view(s)
  • Latinus's Avatar
    Today, 02:31
    Latinus replied to a thread Kurdish People in Asia & Oceania
    If all these populations you mentioned weren't mixed, but fully caucasian, would they look more European or just a diferent looking type of caucasian? Not saying Euros are the standard of Caucasians, just curious if there would be more overlap with...
    20 replies | 283 view(s)
  • Magnetic's Avatar
    Today, 02:26
    Magnetic replied to a thread Kurdish People in Asia & Oceania
    I was talking mostly about europe and northern west asia indians and many north africans and also some gulf arabians etc are mixed and not caucasian . indians are heavily ASI/negrito mixed for example
    20 replies | 283 view(s)
  • Latinus's Avatar
    Today, 02:21
    Latinus replied to a thread Kurdish People in Asia & Oceania
    Yes, I'm aware that caucasian englobe populations outside of Europe: Middle East, North Africa and India. In fact, I even find the term "white" a bit ambiguos, you have MENA looking Euros that are classified as white because of their ancestry/place...
    20 replies | 283 view(s)
  • Magnetic's Avatar
    Today, 01:57
    Magnetic replied to a thread Kurdish People in Asia & Oceania
    btw. Latinus . you dont have to be/look european to be of the caucasian race . that is a very eurocentric view . we are all the same ethnicity and same race no matter if some look european and others clearly west asian .
    20 replies | 283 view(s)
  • Magnetic's Avatar
    Today, 01:47
    Magnetic replied to a thread Kurdish People in Asia & Oceania
    Latinus yes we are all genetically similar no matter if a person would fit in europe phenotypically or not I have posted a lot of gedmatch results I think you missed them :p we are mostly caucasus/west asian and mediterranean/neolithic...
    20 replies | 283 view(s)
  • NassBean's Avatar
    Today, 01:35
    I'm talking about civilizations which means when History began why are you talking about something that happened during prehistoric times. And dominate someone militarly doesn't mean being intellectually superior. Germans are one of the reason why...
    217 replies | 10386 view(s)
  • Latinus's Avatar
    Today, 01:33
    Latinus replied to a thread Kurdish People in Asia & Oceania
    By Old World I meant only Europe, lol. And how is the genetics of the average Kurd? Even the Euro looking ones would have the same genetic ancestry of the non-Euro looking ones?
    20 replies | 283 view(s)
  • Magnetic's Avatar
    Today, 01:33
    thanks for sharing your results btw. I dont know what you mean by "aryan" audna
    8 replies | 371 view(s)
  • Magnetic's Avatar
    Today, 01:30
    Magnetic replied to a thread Kurdish People in Asia & Oceania
    look off in the old world ? :o what ? :D lol . kurds are from the old world . what do you mean ? because there is overlap between europe and west asia . however as groups we are distinguishable of course
    20 replies | 283 view(s)
  • Latinus's Avatar
    Today, 01:27
    Latinus replied to a thread Kurdish People in Asia & Oceania
    I find them heterogenous because I see people that could fit in Southern Europe/Balkans and others that would look off in the Old World. Why would you say this overlap with Southern Euros exist among Kurds?
    20 replies | 283 view(s)
  • DragonRouge's Avatar
    Today, 01:25
    I got mine today, although it was not able to pin down all populations in my ancestry to a specific location:
    8 replies | 371 view(s)
  • Magnetic's Avatar
    Today, 00:11
    they both look full ssa imo can pass in cameroon ant thereabouts
    4 replies | 1212 view(s)
  • Magnetic's Avatar
    Today, 00:10
    Magnetic replied to a thread Kurdish People in Asia & Oceania
    a few people already said that we are "diverse" . but we are not any more diverse than other ethnicities :confused: I dont get it . in fact I think we are very homogenous looking . if you look carefully you will see that a lot of us look very...
    20 replies | 283 view(s)
  • WitoldPilecki's Avatar
    Today, 00:06
    Yet, even though most R1a Polish Americans have been in the U.S.A, since the early 20th century, and are culturally very much just White American. Polish Americans still retain higher educational attainment than R1b Whites. 42.5% of Polish...
    217 replies | 10386 view(s)
  • WitoldPilecki's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:46
    Italy had 8 million people 2,000 years ago. Britain had 1 million people 1,000 years ago. Poland had 1 million people 1,000 years ago too. It's not really surprising, that Roman (Italians) would've been able to have had more man-power, than...
    217 replies | 10386 view(s)
  • WitoldPilecki's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:38
    South-Europe? Yet, South-Europe was almost certainly non-Indo-European speakers, and probably spoke a language similar to the Basque, but perhaps not. That people to the North-East in the Kurgan expansion that were "Laughs" so Intellectually...
    217 replies | 10386 view(s)
  • WitoldPilecki's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:29
    I think the SAT scores by income, was particularly damning for this idea of "Black equality" and As well as the Scarr & Weinberg transracial adoption study. Poor by American standards? That doesn't say a heck of a lot in comparison to poor by...
    217 replies | 10386 view(s)
  • NassBean's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:23
    Are you serious ? Afro americans are maybe one of the poorest people in the U.S and it has nothing to do with political correctness that's an excuse. How can you explain the large of number of blacks who are graduated from a university or how can...
    217 replies | 10386 view(s)
  • WitoldPilecki's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:17
    Okay, show me where I stated that IQ, or Intelligence can't be impacted by environment?????????????? I've actually argued it's both. There's no way that there's Racial, or Ethnic equality in IQ. This idea that people in China are scoring...
    217 replies | 10386 view(s)
  • Latinus's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:11
    Nope, no SSA visible, they just look generic white (but beautiful).
    4 replies | 1212 view(s)
  • NassBean's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:59
    All your studies are old and none of them say that it is linked with the ethnicity of the person as I said it's something more individual. + I have more recent studies who show the opposite : https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5479093/ ...
    217 replies | 10386 view(s)
  • Latinus's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:56
    Latinus replied to a thread Kurdish People in Asia & Oceania
    Phenotypically diverse people, many familiar faces, one example of what I'm talking about: The man above looks like a Brazilian politician/businessman.
    20 replies | 283 view(s)
  • Magnetic's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:53
    I dont think that people that are less intelligent are bored . in fact I believe that they can get excitement from small things more while more intelligent people get bored pretty quickly from things which the dumb might find interesting and fun ...
    217 replies | 10386 view(s)
  • Latinus's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:51
    These forums atract many people with a bigger knowledge about the world/things than the average person in the street, but you can also notice that many of them are socially awkward, frustrated and related.
    217 replies | 10386 view(s)
  • WitoldPilecki's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:39
    If you think that Intelligence is more environment, rather than heriditary, than you are the one dabbling in Pseudo-Science, and doesn't know what they're talking about. ...
    217 replies | 10386 view(s)
  • NassBean's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:24
    Pseudo-science here clearly you don't really know what you're talking about. Yes north europeans are the master race keep dreaming bro.
    217 replies | 10386 view(s)
  • WitoldPilecki's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:16
    Yes, No, Maybe so. Sure, knowledge might make people less spiritual, or perhaps more so. (Usually less so) Knowledge might make people more detatched from socialization (Introvert) But, then again, we don't know if the latter is true, we...
    217 replies | 10386 view(s)
More Activity
<