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    Subsahran african structures untouched by colonialism reminds me of beavers :

    "I am inherently gloomy about the prospect of Africa” because “all our social policies are based on the fact that their intelligence is the same as ours, whereas all the testing says, not really.” -- James Watson (founding father of modern genetics).


    "Give me a lever long enough to stand on I can lift the world"--Archimedes (if you don't understand the not literal meaning of that comment then you are innumerate most likely)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Game Theory View Post
    My point is simple, people use race as a means of defining civilization, yet if it was the case why aren't the moderns doing the same as the ancients? People here gloat too much about the past when its about teh present, and no, they can't say my ancestors did nothing at the time because Aframs as a people didn't exist.

    Most of those ancient civilizations are overblown in worth through certain kind of historical goggles they were all pretty primitive compared to modern societies, for instance, ancient Alexandria used the abacus, now relegated to the babies' crib, and Egypt and Sumeria etc... their mathematics were not great either : no flying airplanes etc... due to calculus etc..


    Egyptian, Mayan, Sumerian and Romans etc.. used weird scripts for numbers. Your name is GameTheory but you seem wholly ignorant of mathematics Nukka G.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gametheory
    The point is that none of the modern cities and peoples in those areas are as glorious, nor as prosperous as teh ancient civilizations.

    Actually, one can argue , without being a nordicist, that since ancient Greece and Rome were at the crossroads of civilizations they raced mixed out of glory but certain parts of Italy are nice etc...not so much Sicily. If one learned anything from this website it is that populations change over time etc...
    Last edited by DracoSentien; 2019-06-14 at 02:52.
    "I am inherently gloomy about the prospect of Africa” because “all our social policies are based on the fact that their intelligence is the same as ours, whereas all the testing says, not really.” -- James Watson (founding father of modern genetics).


    "Give me a lever long enough to stand on I can lift the world"--Archimedes (if you don't understand the not literal meaning of that comment then you are innumerate most likely)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DracoSentien View Post


    Subsahran african structures untouched by colonialism reminds me of beavers :

    The comparison in that image isn't very telling though. Hut structures are popular in most tribal societies (native Americans, Indians, southeast asians, melanesians, etc). I don't know why only SSAs are singled out for their "primitiveness".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Selva175 View Post
    I don't know why only SSAs are singled out for their "primitiveness".
    Because of retarded OP. You don't see native Americans, Indians, southeast asians, melanesians, etc on forums talking about how they wuz kangz n sheeit.
    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Essien View Post
    • The Grimaldi African occupied Europe in ancient times.
    • The original Celtic priesthood were Blacks.
    • Black people constructed Stonehenge.
    • The Scots are themselves of Black origin.
    • The Irish are of black origin.
    • The Knights of King Arthur's round table were Blacks.
    • There was an African, Gormund who ruled Ireland at the time of the Anglo-Saxons.
    • The first King to unite Norway was Black. He was known as Halfdan the Black.
    http://i.imgur.com/uSkUyji.jpg

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