ancient Paracas human

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    They have Middle Eastern DNA.

    Or rather, Middle Easterners have their DNA, too.

    The global ruling class has degenerated gradually from this phenotype, but still exhibits pronounced parietal elongation.
     
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    I found these photos of some statue heads of some ancient Olmec Kings ,maybe 3000-4000 years old . They are said to be the first civilization in the Americas. The Strange thing to me is that they resemble Polynesians much more than American Indians. Any thoughts.


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    Skull humor,,,
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    Full lips and broad flattened noses aren't uncommon for modern people living in those regions of Mexico.

    Big, full lips seem to be associated with a certain sensuality/voluptuosity though I've heard they are also associated with generosity. The characteristically wide flattened nose seems to be an adaptation to Tropical climates.

    In my years spent in Mexico I met a few people people from that region (It's a state called "Veracruz") and they were very darkly pigmented and had these sort of features to the point of looking borderline negroid even though they were clearly of indigenous stock.

    The people of that region are famously stereotyped for their promiscuity and negroid-like behavior.

    I'm pretty sure this can be pinned down as an example of evolutionary convergence. Not to rule out other possibilities of course.
     
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    For the story of another scantily attested contact event with the Maori, look up 'Ngati Hotu'.
     
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    #MelonMindset

    As the guy who I think probably made this video might say, you are just an NPC in the simulation. If you don't have a 3,000+ cc brain you don't actually have self-consciousness.
     
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    While watching this video it occurred to me that maybe a reason for the historical shaping of skulls with binding ect.was for the purpose of artificially increasing certain brain portion attributes and or decreasing others by directing the areas of brain growth.
     
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    It also just occurred to me that maybe all the evidence of trepanning is further attempts to fine tune the brain shaping process,as there are no standard placement of the holes in the skulls
     
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    Owch. That does sound Melonish. I suspect full individuation only occurs above +4SD IQ or so.
     
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    A whole new meaning to the shaping of young minds ,,huh
     
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