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Liberal scientists now claim that early British were negroes!
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(03-12-2018, 10:13 PM)Angry Red Man Wrote: They actually had to partially retract that. They don't really have any idea about the skin color.

Liberal science: Does not include peanuts or any actual science.
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(03-12-2018, 10:21 PM)Mmmkay Ultra Wrote:
(03-12-2018, 10:20 PM)Frigg Wrote:
(03-12-2018, 10:14 PM)Mmmkay Ultra Wrote: Maybe they were white on the outside but negro on the inside.

Weegroes

Oreosapiens.

Ok, it's late and the cold meds have kicked in......... Jptdknpa
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(03-13-2018, 01:33 AM)MysticPizza Wrote:
(03-12-2018, 10:21 PM)Mmmkay Ultra Wrote:
(03-12-2018, 10:20 PM)Frigg Wrote: Weegroes

Oreosapiens.

Ok, it's late and the cold meds have kicked in......... Jptdknpa

Now you have to stay up and enjoy the "buzz". Chuckle
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The early hunters followed the herds of herbivores north during the summer months where the warmth and long summer days provided the growth of the vegetation which they grazed on. Britain was joined to mainland Europe at the time.

Once summer had passed the herbivores would move south to graze on the pastures of the southern lands where winter rains would provide adequate food for them. The hunters would follow the herds south.

Vitamin D deficiency (rickets) causes malformation of the pelvic bones which makes normal childbirth impossible. A lighter skin colour is required outside of the tropics to synthesise sufficient vitamin D on the skin to prevent rickets.

Nursing mothers must also provide sufficient vitamin D for their babies which they have stored during the summer months for the baby to thrive.

Supplements are given to pregnant women and nursing mothers which contain vitamin D, also foods are fortified, something not provided in the past.

Once permanent settlements were established outside of the tropics a lighter skin would be required for vitamin D production.

There is insufficient grazing in the higher latitudes during the winter months and modern day farmers provide hay, silage and supplements in order for their livestock to survive this period.

Europe was populated from Asia not Africa which is why the main genetic factor for immunity to malaria is thalassemia not sickle cell trait.
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(03-13-2018, 06:47 AM)Guest Wrote: The early hunters followed the herds of herbivores north during the summer months where the warmth and long summer days provided the growth of the vegetation which they grazed on. Britain was joined to mainland Europe at the time.

Once summer had passed the herbivores would move south to graze on the pastures of the southern lands where winter rains would provide adequate food for them. The hunters would follow the herds south.

Vitamin D deficiency (rickets) causes malformation of the pelvic bones which makes normal childbirth impossible. A lighter skin colour is required outside of the tropics to synthesise sufficient vitamin D on the skin to prevent rickets.

Nursing mothers must also provide sufficient vitamin D for their babies which they have stored during the summer months for the baby to thrive.

Supplements are given to pregnant women and nursing mothers which contain vitamin D, also foods are fortified, something not provided in the past.

Once permanent settlements were established outside of the tropics a lighter skin would be required for vitamin D production.

There is insufficient grazing in the higher latitudes during the winter months and modern day farmers provide hay, silage and supplements in order for their livestock to survive this period.

Europe was populated from Asia not Africa which is why the main genetic factor for immunity to malaria is thalassemia not sickle cell trait.

It would be interesting to see medical statistics for blacks in northern latitudes, they may not cope that well.
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(03-13-2018, 07:29 AM)friedrich Wrote:
(03-13-2018, 06:47 AM)Guest Wrote: The early hunters followed the herds of herbivores north during the summer months where the warmth and long summer days provided the growth of the vegetation which they grazed on. Britain was joined to mainland Europe at the time.

Once summer had passed the herbivores would move south to graze on the pastures of the southern lands where winter rains would provide adequate food for them. The hunters would follow the herds south.

Vitamin D deficiency (rickets) causes malformation of the pelvic bones which makes normal childbirth impossible. A lighter skin colour is required outside of the tropics to synthesise sufficient vitamin D on the skin to prevent rickets.

Nursing mothers must also provide sufficient vitamin D for their babies which they have stored during the summer months for the baby to thrive.

Supplements are given to pregnant women and nursing mothers which contain vitamin D, also foods are fortified, something not provided in the past.

Once permanent settlements were established outside of the tropics a lighter skin would be required for vitamin D production.

There is insufficient grazing in the higher latitudes during the winter months and modern day farmers provide hay, silage and supplements in order for their livestock to survive this period.

Europe was populated from Asia not Africa which is why the main genetic factor for immunity to malaria is thalassemia not sickle cell trait.

It would be interesting to see medical statistics for blacks in northern latitudes, they may not cope that well.

That's a question I've had ever since Africans started pouring into northern Europe. Not a good place for their next generation,health wise.
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