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Mortimer
11-14-2016, 03:25 AM
Everything lighter then brown are coloured eyes even amber because it has yellow/golden colour proper brown is the one which doesnt count.

They are quiete similar in everything so its a fair deal to compare them, I would even call them brothers nations.

Costas
12-29-2016, 06:02 PM
England lighter eyes.

Germany lighter hair.

EL_BARBARO
12-29-2016, 06:04 PM
That where the sun shines the least

Grab the Gauge
01-06-2017, 11:05 AM
England by far. Southern and central Germans are extremely not-White (Bavario-Mehicano). Only Germans from up near Denmark in Schlesswig-Holstein can be considered White and only if they're B°rreby. Benjamin Franklin summed it up 300 years ago.

Melki
01-06-2017, 11:25 AM
England by far. Southern and central Germans are extremely not-White (Bavario-Mehicano). Only Germans from up near Denmark in Schlesswig-Holstein can be considered White and only if they're B°rreby. Benjamin Franklin summed it up 300 years ago.

Well, science has evolved since Benjamin Franklin...electricity, airplanes, theory of relativity, quantum mechanics, nuclear fission, optical lenses, internet...internet, that's why the western world began to degenerate. Reading so much crap (and you're an excellent crap-writer, Grabby) when browsing this forum killed many of my neurons and my synapses.

Grab the Gauge
01-06-2017, 11:38 AM
Well, science has evolved since Benjamin Franklin...electricity, airplanes, theory of relativity, quantum mechanics, nuclear fission, optical lenses, internet...internet

How much of this was invented by Benjamin Franklin, though?

Melki
01-06-2017, 11:45 AM
Actually, Germans played a big part in the development of airplanes, nuclear fission, and quantum mechanics.

Especially the Jews.

Grab the Gauge
01-06-2017, 02:38 PM
Actually, Germans played a big part in the development of airplanes, nuclear fission, and quantum mechanics.


Especially the Jews.

Looks like we got two retards attempting to shitbump nonsense to convince themselves it's true. Always a shitbumping self-brainwashing good time around these parts.

Melki
01-06-2017, 03:42 PM
Looks like we got two retards attempting to shitbump nonsense to convince themselves it's true. Always a shitbumping self-brainwashing good time around these parts.

Of course Grabby, everybody knows that Albert Einstein, Max Born, Niels Bohr, Alexander Friedman, Leˇ Szilßrd, Robert Oppenheimer, Otto Robert Frisch, Richard Feynman, Boris Podolsky, Nathan Rosen etc...were all blonde WASP :thumb001:

Longobarda
10-23-2017, 04:15 PM
They are quiete similar in everything so its a fair deal to compare them, I would even call them brothers nations.

they can be similarly "coloured" but they are very different in everything else. They are not brother nations. Germans are more intellectually honest

Mingle
10-23-2017, 04:19 PM
England by far. Southern and central Germans are extremely not-White (Bavario-Mehicano). Only Germans from up near Denmark in Schlesswig-Holstein can be considered White and only if they're B°rreby. Benjamin Franklin summed it up 300 years ago.

Ben Franklin also called Swedes swarthy lmao. He was most likely using that language based off conjecture.

Mingle
10-23-2017, 04:20 PM
Germany.

Token
10-23-2017, 04:21 PM
Northern Germans are lighter than English but if we include those from southern and central regions, English are lighter on average.

Grab the Gauge
10-23-2017, 07:12 PM
Ben Franklin also called Swedes swarthy lmao. He was most likely using that language based off conjecture.

He was correct. The Swedes who came to America were actually North Finns who called themselves Swedes to get in to the country, they looked like this back then:


Two North Finnmarks:


https://kids.kiddle.co/images/d/df/Sea_sami_man.jpg

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/52/Jol_Andersen_-_Sami_man_from_Finnmark%2C_Norway_-_by_Bonaparte_1884.jpg

renaissance12
03-30-2018, 07:15 AM
England.....

N 4 Beatles members
N 5 Rolling Stones members
N 5 Deep Purple members
N 4 Pink Floyd members
N 4 Who members
N 4 Led Zeppelin members

Only 2 could be considered blond or dark blond... Robert Plant and Roger Daltrey.. The Others dark brown hair or black hair...

2 in 26... less than 10%...


Only in Scandinavia ( 20.000.000 people living there !!!! Dk Sw Fin Ice ) you can find many blonde ( real blond ) men ( 35% of total popolation ) or women ( bottle blonde is not considered )

TheForeigner
03-30-2018, 07:38 AM
Of course it's Germany. No contest.

Tauromachos
03-30-2018, 08:51 AM
Especially the Jews.

Jews were not in particular dominant in engineering and applied science compared to German gentiles

They prevailed more in theoretical and academic science Physics,Math,Chemistry.

renaissance12
03-30-2018, 10:03 AM
Jews were not in particular dominant in engineering and applied science compared to German gentiles

They prevailed more in theoretical and academic science Physics,Math,Chemistry.


Jewish contributions to math... is next to zero...

The development of high-level mathematics began in Italian's renaissance court..

Paccioli - Tartaglia - Cardano - Bombelli - Del Ferro - Leonardo da Vinci.

Few people know that Leonardo was one the most important mathematicians in Italy during renaissance.. and outside Italy math was almost unknown..

In the Renaissance Italy of the early 16th Century, Bologna University in particular was famed for its intense public mathematics competitions.

At that time there was no mathematic taught in the university...

Niccol˛ Fontana Tartaglia revealed to the world the formula for solving first one type, and later all types, of cubic equations (equations with terms including x3), an achievement hitherto considered impossible and which had stumped the best mathematicians of China, India and the Islamic world for hundreds and hundreds years.

Cardano and Bombelli "invented" complex ( immaginary) numbers too.

Calculus history began in Italy also... Cavalieri Bonaventura and Galileo and Torricelli Evangelista paved the road to Newton and Leibniz .. ( and than mathematic spread in France German and England )

QUICAS
03-30-2018, 11:15 AM
Germany more blondes
England more blue eyeds

Lek
04-06-2018, 02:38 AM
Maybe equal

Septentrion
05-19-2018, 03:16 PM
Over-all England (not Wales/Scotland) takes the crown when all categories (blonde hair and light eyes and fair skin) are combined.
Blonde hair
England : 35.5%
Germany: 27%
Light eyes
England: 78%
Germany: 65%
Pale skin ( I/II) skin which cannot tan/tans slightly
England : 54.6%
Germany: 32%
Regions with highest blondism
Northern Germany : 43%
Vs
Northern England : 37%
Regions with the lightest eyes
Northern England : over 80%
Vs
Northern Germany : 75%

Odin
06-05-2018, 05:59 AM
Germany.

Gangrel
06-05-2018, 06:00 AM
Germany

Norb
06-05-2018, 07:32 AM
Germany because it definitely isn't here

Tauromachos
06-13-2018, 05:43 AM
Jewish contributions to math... is next to zero...

Nope this is not true



The development of high-level mathematics began in Italian's renaissance court..

Paccioli - Tartaglia - Cardano - Bombelli - Del Ferro - Leonardo da Vinci.

True and it was based and inspired on the works of Ancient Greeks such as Euclid's elements.

All renaissance mathematicians you named studied this book.



In the Renaissance Italy of the early 16th Century, Bologna University in particular was famed for its intense public mathematics competitions.

At that time there was no mathematic taught in the university...

Niccol˛ Fontana Tartaglia revealed to the world the formula for solving first one type, and later all types, of cubic equations (equations with terms including x3), an achievement hitherto considered impossible and which had stumped the best mathematicians of China, India and the Islamic world for hundreds and hundreds years.

Cardano and Bombelli "invented" complex ( immaginary) numbers too.

Calculus history began in Italy also... Cavalieri Bonaventura and Galileo and Torricelli Evangelista paved the road to Newton and Leibniz .. ( and than mathematic spread in France German and England )

This is all true

Even Lagrange was Italian by origin

renaissance12
06-13-2018, 06:01 AM
This is all true

Even Lagrange was Italian by origin

Lagrange had never rejected his Citizen status... A Piemonte Citizen.. ( Capital Turin.. Piemonte Italy )
Lagrange was born in Turin and his bis-bis-grandfather was born nearby Geneve.. at that time was a place of Savoia-Piemonte Kingdom...
Giuseppe Lagrange lived in Turin till he was 25 years old... after mathematic degree..

Don't forget that Savoia-Piemonte state was :

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/18/Lands_of_Victor_Amadeus_II%2C_Duke_of_Savoy_-_it.png

When the Savoia decided to unify all Italy ( Garibaldi... "The Italian's father".. was born in Nizza.. a city of Savoia-Piemonte Kingdom )... they asked the help of french... but it was an expensive help... French in return asked west part of Savoia-Piemonte Kingdom and the Italian riviera.. now known as "C˘te d'Azur"...

renaissance12
06-13-2018, 06:33 AM
Nope this is not true



True and it was based and inspired on the works of Ancient Greeks such as Euclid's elements.

All renaissance mathematicians you named studied this book.



This is all true

Even Lagrange was Italian by origin


Diophantus of Alexandria ( Ancient Roman Citizen AD 201/215..... 285/299) is the father of Algebra..

Archimedes from Syracuse ( Sicily Italy ) is the father of calculus

Euclid -Greece-. is the father of geometry

Sorry for Muslims...but ISLAM contribution to Algebra is very very small.. almost zero..

Algebra is the arabic name of this mathematic field.. nothing more...

Tauromachos
06-13-2018, 07:01 AM
Lagrange had never rejected his Citizen status... A Piemonte Citizen.. ( Capital Turin.. Piemonte Italy )
Lagrange was born in Turin and his bis-bis-grandfather was born nearby Geneve.. at that time was a place of Savoia-Piemonte Kingdom...
Giuseppe Lagrange lived in Turin till he was 25 years old... after mathematic degree..

Don't forget that Savoia-Piemonte state was :

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/18/Lands_of_Victor_Amadeus_II%2C_Duke_of_Savoy_-_it.png

When the Savoia decided to unify all Italy ( Garibaldi... "The Italian's father".. was born in Nizza.. a city of Savoia-Piemonte Kingdom )... they asked the help of french... but it was an expensive help... French in return asked west part of Savoia-Piemonte Kingdome and the Italian riviera.. now known as "C˘te d'Azur"...

Ok you already know everything about him :)

sean
06-27-2019, 11:47 AM
England.

PaleoEuropean
06-27-2019, 11:55 AM
The UK

GreentheViper
06-27-2019, 12:02 PM
Equal

farke1
06-27-2019, 12:02 PM
England for lighter skin and eyes, Germany for lighter hair, so England edges it slightly overall. Basically what Septentrion said.

Tekken
06-29-2019, 11:23 AM
Germany has more natural blondes and blue eyes.
England/GB seem to have lot more redheads and green eyes. I'd say the classic British person is brown or red haired, very light skinned. Lots of fake blondes in the UK though.

Germans often seem to have the Nordid blonde "easy tan" skin, and British are more pasty white.
I think at the core the British are more of a celtic people, and the Germans a more nordid people.

Tomasso
06-29-2019, 11:38 AM
I don't know. Why do you care?

WinterCrusader
06-29-2019, 12:07 PM
Scandinavia > North germany, Dutch > English > other Germanics

Mortimer
07-01-2019, 01:15 AM
Germany has more natural blondes and blue eyes.
England/GB seem to have lot more redheads and green eyes. I'd say the classic British person is brown or red haired, very light skinned. Lots of fake blondes in the UK though.

Germans often seem to have the Nordid blonde "easy tan" skin, and British are more pasty white.
I think at the core the British are more of a celtic people, and the Germans a more nordid people.

Are you a German?

Charles Bronson
07-01-2019, 01:46 AM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r-bVvnCxqp4

Freeroostah
07-01-2019, 02:06 AM
England imo

billErobreren
07-01-2019, 02:18 AM
Germany's a huge and densely populated country but if we're sticking to England and not Britain as a whole. I'll say England, particularly the East and the York area.