Starchildren - catch them all

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  1. Joshua

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    I think it is clear that Starchild Skull comes with a retarded sexual development penalty . That (((man))) acts as though he never went through puberty,and Tiffany is by far the dumbest Trump suggesting that her brain never fully formed either. Neoteny . I have noticed that many Jews exhibit Neoteny
     
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    The "problem" is that no one would put her in the T or M category, there is just too much of that otherworldy air and flair going on, imo.
    The kind of person you have to look several times at. Her jaw, chin and nose seem too unintimidating and/or not-rugged enough to be melony or thalish. Too weak to be melon, wrong family for thal, makes sense she is the outcast in the family, in a media sense.

    Thats my two feels at the moment.
     
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  3. Kensuimo

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    At least in the case of the MT thread, Koanic put uncertain cases in the sidebar thread. He indicated only sure examples were to be put in Public. That's my only qualm. Maybe start a thread on her in Typed, as she is definitely interesting.
     
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    Vejiortan Geheimrat Baron

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    temporal broadness.

    This term is less ambiguous.

    I disagree on half the thread. Multiple times broad and large frontals are just called SC.
    Yes we know that such frontals feel otherworldly or strange. This strangeness, however, appears to differ from that produced by actual enlarged temporals.

    So bigfrontal != broadtemp
    "Spidermelon" should either be dropped or restricted to actual latpar.
     
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    re Tiffany Trump:
    rabbit hole keeps going deeper doesn't it.
     
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    from dept of random unidentified Starchild sightings
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    Asians moreso. It appears to correlate with preferred group size, in the sense of the Dunbar number.
     
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    Do you disagree with any of my examples? MegaMind, Koanic (M-back), Jacques Vallee, and that random-ass politician Bill Cassidy.
     
  9. Joshua

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    So Jews and Asians Both have very High IQs on average and frequently exhibit neoteny. Seems I read somewhere that it is suspected that the extended childhood of the human animal is a major contributor to our Higher intelligence compared to other apes that mature very quickly. I also read somewhere that the Neanderthals matured very quickly ,8 years old being an early adult.I wonder if High IQs actually mature more slowly. I bet they do! I bet big Neanderthal brain + Homosapien Neoteny = Cromag super smarty pants and the explosion in agriculture, civilization and invention in the Human Race. Myself excluded of course ;)
     
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    East Asians don't really exhibit neoteny apart from having a high encephalization quotient (and maybe slower maturation). They have more apelike faces than most other races on average, with greater facial length and breadth - which is a very gerontous/peramorphic trait. A shrunken, face relative to cranial size is more typical of Whites and Negroids and is a pedomorphic trait (look at pictures of babies).
     
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    Altruism neotenizes aggressor traits and gerontizes prosocial traits.

    In that sense both whites and asians could be said to exhibit neoteny.

    It's perceptual neoteny - a perceived innocence. As opposed to objective neoteny, which emphasizes absolute measurements.
     
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    The kicker is that blacks are (possible)violent manchildren all of their lives, whereas whites are just pacifist manchildren these days(which is why white countries are so violent these days). The japs spent all of their brainpower on maximizing cartoons and super mayro, south koreans for all their perceived GDP and IQ seem to be crossing over into the next crossdressing dimension, fucking k-pop fags.

    This conditioning will only work if everyone on the planet is an autistic manchild, which worked really great in the past, actually. So long as you have a few childmen around.

    Which is why mysterious mystic men always referred to everybody they adressed as "children". Where are the Staradults, that's what i´d like to know. Keep watching the skies, maybe they will land one day.
     
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    Senator Bob Menendez.

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    Dammit, you beat me to the punch re: Menendez. I'd had him listed in my "list of interesting folks" file as a Starchild; sort of a Democratic counterpart to Newt Gingrich.
     
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    Significant similarity to Kim Jong Un re: en bombe, neoteny. Low cranium but extremely broad.
     
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    That guy looks Arch-Thal to me, besides not having a broad enough nose or mandible and having a slightly more hollow maxilla than an actual Neanderthal. Looks en bombe, long-faced and high-orbited.
     
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    Anyone know if there were a lot of SCs in the Hapsburg family by chance? Or would it mostly be melons? I'm curious because I am trying to figure out what I am, and I am apparently descended from them with some other European DNA mixed in. I'm not going to post pictures in a public thread though.

    I look, to myself, like an owl melon starchild hybrid of some kind. Im only 5'6" and I remember reading that owl melons tend to be tall and scs are short and look young. Having read some of the old blogs about sc and owl melon behavior and personality, I also exhibit a mix of the two.

    I am an odd and eccentric INTP. I will pm you my IQ.
     
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    Brachycephaly is an independent psychological variable which accounts for some of the classic Starchild archetype. You don't have to identify as "part Starchild" to exhibit the brachycephalic physiognomic and psychological traits.
     
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    "Imre Lakatos (UK: /ˈlækətɒs/,[4] US: /ˈlækətoʊs/; Hungarian: Lakatos Imre [ˈlɒkɒtoʃ ˈimrɛ]; November 9, 1922 – February 2, 1974) was a Hungarian philosopher of mathematics and science, known for his thesis of the fallibility of mathematics and its 'methodology of proofs and refutations' in its pre-axiomatic stages of development, and also for introducing the concept of the 'research programme' in his methodology of scientific research programmes.

    What Lakatos tried to establish was that no theorem of informal mathematics is final or perfect. This means that we should not think that a theorem is ultimately true, only that no counterexample has yet been found. Once a counterexample, i.e. an entity contradicting/not explained by the theorem is found, we adjust the theorem, possibly extending the domain of its validity. This is a continuous way our knowledge accumulates, through the logic and process of proofs and refutations. (If axioms are given for a branch of mathematics, however, Lakatos claimed that proofs from those axioms were tautological, i.e. logically true.)[12]

    However, he also conceived of the mathematical community as carrying on a kind of dialectic to decide which mathematical proofs are valid and which are not. Therefore, he fundamentally disagreed with the 'formalist' conception of proof which prevailed in Frege's and Russell's logicism, which defines proof simply in terms of formal validity.

    For Lakatos, however, "It is not that we propose a theory and Nature may shout NO; rather, we propose a maze of theories, and nature may shout INCONSISTENT".[17]

    For Lakatos, it is essentially necessary to continue on with a theory that we basically know cannot be completely true, and it is even possible to make scientific progress in doing so, as long as we remain receptive to a better research programme that may eventually be conceived of. In this sense, it is, for Lakatos, an acknowledged misnomer to refer to 'falsification' or 'refutation', when it is not the truth or falsity of a theory that is solely determining whether we consider it 'falsified', but also the availability of a less false theory. A theory cannot be rightfully 'falsified', according to Lakatos, until it is superseded by a better (i.e. more progressive) research programme. This is what he says is happening in the historical periods Kuhn describes as revolutions and what makes them rational as opposed to mere leaps of faith or periods of deranged social psychology, as Kuhn argued."

    @Aeoli Pera Explosion principle

    "Paul Feyerabend argued that Lakatos's methodology was not a methodology at all, but merely "words that sound like the elements of a methodology."[25] He argued that Lakatos's methodology was no different in practice from epistemological anarchism, Feyerabend's own position. He wrote in Science in a Free Society (after Lakatos's death) that:

    Lakatos realized and admitted that the existing standards of rationality, standards of logic included, were too restrictive and would have hindered science had they been applied with determination. He therefore permitted the scientist to violate them (he admits that science is not "rational" in the sense of these standards). However, he demanded that research programmes show certain features in the long run — they must be progressive.... I have argued that this demand no longer restricts scientific practice. Any development agrees with it.[26]

    Lakatos and Feyerabend planned to produce a joint work in which Lakatos would develop a rationalist description of science and Feyerabend would attack it. The correspondence between Lakatos and Feyerabend, where the two discussed the project, has since been reproduced, with commentary, by Matteo Motterlini.[27]"

    Hungarian Jewish biggishtemp.

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