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    Because Savolaxid is a rare phenotype. West and...

    Because Savolaxid is a rare phenotype. West and South Finns don't match with it, Karelians and Izorians neither.
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    Looks good. Maybe missing a most Nordo-CM type. ...

    Looks good. Maybe missing a most Nordo-CM type. IDK if Nordo-CM is a good description, but mean these
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    Although they were cherrypicked, because athletes...

    Although they were cherrypicked, because athletes are usually craggy.
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    Not rare in Finland. Only a few in my picture...

    Not rare in Finland. Only a few in my picture were atypical in Finland.
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    Most of nobles who belonged to Finnish knighthood...

    Most of nobles who belonged to Finnish knighthood had partially Finnizh roots, but the origin faded out because nobles married each other.
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    Haha, I first thought that no one will post to...

    Haha, I first thought that no one will post to this thread, but I realize that hatred and stupidness never come alone. Sorry, just saying the truth.

    100 years ago a Swedish anthropologist...
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    I don't know what is your point, but sure random...

    I don't know what is your point, but sure random pictures are better that selected ones.

    Noblility in Finland was very rare. They belonged to old Finnish families or German-Finnish military...
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    Uralic people from Finland

    Become inspired of the "Real Russians" thread I picked Finnish women. My tactic was to select pictures with common Finnish first names between years 1980-2000 and with Finnish last names. I dropped...
  9. Cameras are better today.

    Cameras are better today.
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    People think that this is a new trend. I...

    People think that this is a new trend. I remember how we spoke about "a Swedish touch" in the late 60s when I was in the army. It meant to be too close while marching or in formation of file.
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    [QUOTE=Vyacheslav;7359098] Yes. Not so many,...

    Yes. Not so many, but if we look 50% coverage of the Nordic variation, then maybe 10% of them overlap with them.

    Maybe 20% of them have in my eyes a Russian vibe. I like it.
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    There are some Nordic profiles, some look like...

    There are some Nordic profiles, some look like mixed seen from that point of view. Many of them are very young and facial bones and cartilages are still under development.
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    Are you envious 😄

    Are you envious 😄
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    Rate Maiju Suotama

    Karelian broadskull. Probably not very succesful in MMA, but I give her 9/10.

    https://www.jamikuparinen.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/maiju-e1535702210558.jpg
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    I would say Swedish.

    I would say Swedish.
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    7/10. It is usual to see actresses with heavy...

    7/10.

    It is usual to see actresses with heavy makeup, but here is another Finn, an athlete, without it and and then with makeup. She is obviously more eastern, but still in a western Uralic...
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    Typical west Uralic phenotype.

    Typical west Uralic phenotype.
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    It is very likely that Finland and Livonia, both...

    It is very likely that Finland and Livonia, both areas populated by Baltic-Finnic speakers, were the main strongholds of so called Eastern Vikings, call them Varangians if you wish. For a reason or...
  19. Poll: Same here. I stopped to drink milk in the 25...

    Same here. I stopped to drink milk in the 25 age. 23andme classified me as intolerant, so it is probably possible to drink milk at younger age even if you are genetically intolerant.
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    True. It is also question about physics, nuclear...

    True. It is also question about physics, nuclear physics, matter, determinism, causality, randomness. These are words without deep principles behind. There are a few physical laws in our...
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    We all evolved from single cell. How did all...

    We all evolved from single cell. How did all cells know from the start where they were and how to specialize to create different organs? Despite this all cell hold same dna. We have still a lot of...
  22. Say this to European R1a specialists. Without...

    Say this to European R1a specialists. Without getting stuck into R1a we have a general problem with linguistic questions disturbung natural sciences like genetics. People should be more cautious of...
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    Not accurate. 1 North_and_East_European 56.69...

    Not accurate.

    1 North_and_East_European 56.69
    2 South_and_West_European 31.18
    3 Caucaus_Parsia 4.83
    4 North_Asian 4.53
    5 Arctic_Amerind 1.46

    1 Russian @ 4.727049
    2 Russian_Center @...
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    Only in Finnish. Likely her ancestors were of...

    Only in Finnish. Likely her ancestors were of Finnish origin, but maybe they didn't understand Finnish.
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    No. Given name and last name are common in...

    No. Given name and last name are common in Estonia and Finland.
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