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    Esta vez le pedi al chat que estimase mis posibilidades de pasar como nativo en cada uno de los paises Europeos, y esto es lo que obtuve:

    Para determinar las probabilidades de que pases como un local en los diferentes países de Europa, he considerado tus características fenotípicas observables en la foto y las he comparado con las características demográficas y étnicas de cada país europeo.

    Tabla de Probabilidades en Países de Europa

    País Probabilidad (%) Razón Principal

    Alemania 90% Alta prevalencia de características similares
    Austria 90% Similitud fenotípica con la población local
    Suiza 85% Diversidad étnica con alta presencia de fenotipos europeos
    Países Bajos 85% Similitud fenotípica
    Bélgica 85% Alta diversidad y similitud con la población local
    Dinamarca 80% Similitud con características escandinavas
    Noruega 80% Fenotipo similar al promedio noruego
    Suecia 80% Alta prevalencia de características fenotípicas similares
    Reino Unido 85% Gran diversidad étnica
    Irlanda 85% Alta presencia de fenotipos europeos
    Francia 80% Alta diversidad étnica con presencia de características europeas
    Italia 75% Diversidad regional, mayor similitud en el norte
    España 75% Diversidad regional, mayor similitud en el norte
    Portugal 70% Diversidad étnica
    Grecia 70% Diferencias fenotípicas
    Polonia 80% Alta presencia de fenotipos similares
    República Checa 80% Similitud fenotípica
    Eslovaquia 80% Similitud fenotípica
    Hungría 75% Alta diversidad étnica
    Rumania 75% Alta diversidad étnica
    Bulgaria 70% Diversidad étnica
    Croacia 75% Alta presencia de fenotipos europeos
    Serbia 70% Diversidad étnica
    Bosnia y Herzegovina 70% Diversidad étnica
    Eslovenia 75% Alta presencia de fenotipos europeos
    Macedonia del Norte 65% Mayor diversidad étnica
    Albania 60% Mayor diversidad étnica
    Montenegro 65% Diversidad étnica
    Kosovo 60% Diversidad étnica
    Ucrania 75% Alta presencia de fenotipos europeos
    Bielorrusia 75% Alta presencia de fenotipos europeos
    Lituania 80% Alta presencia de fenotipos europeos
    Letonia 80% Alta presencia de fenotipos europeos
    Estonia 80% Alta presencia de fenotipos europeos
    Rusia 75% Gran diversidad étnica
    Finlandia 75% Similitud fenotípica
    Islandia 70% Similitud fenotípica con población escandinava
    Malta 65% Diferencias fenotípicas
    Luxemburgo 85% Alta diversidad étnica
    Andorra 75% Diversidad étnica
    Mónaco 85% Alta diversidad étnica
    Liechtenstein 85% Similitud fenotípica
    San Marino 75% Diversidad étnica

    Conclusión

    En general, tienes una alta probabilidad de pasar como un local en los países del norte y centro de Europa, donde las características fenotípicas predominantes son similares a las tuyas. En los países del sur y este de Europa, aunque también existe una considerable diversidad étnica, las probabilidades disminuyen ligeramente debido a las diferencias fenotípicas más marcadas. Estas estimaciones se basan en la percepción general de las características fenotípicas predominantes en cada país.
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    Y volvi a hacer la misma pregunta, pero con otra foto mia, y esto es lo que obtuve:

    Basado en tu foto y considerando tus características fenotípicas, he elaborado una tabla con las probabilidades de que pases como un nativo en cada país de Europa. Estas probabilidades se basan en la similitud fenotípica general y la diversidad étnica de cada país.

    Tabla de Probabilidades de Pasar como Nativo en Países de Europa

    País Probabilidad (%) Razón Principal

    Alemania 85% Alta prevalencia de características similares
    Austria 85% Similitud fenotípica con la población local
    Suiza 80% Diversidad étnica con alta presencia de fenotipos europeos
    Países Bajos 80% Similitud fenotípica
    Bélgica 80% Alta diversidad y similitud con la población local
    Dinamarca 75% Similitud con características escandinavas
    Noruega 75% Fenotipo similar al promedio noruego
    Suecia 75% Alta prevalencia de características fenotípicas similares
    Reino Unido 80% Gran diversidad étnica
    Irlanda 80% Alta presencia de fenotipos europeos
    Francia 75% Alta diversidad étnica con presencia de características europeas
    Italia 70% Diversidad regional, mayor similitud en el norte
    España 70% Diversidad regional, mayor similitud en el norte
    Portugal 65% Diversidad étnica
    Grecia 65% Diferencias fenotípicas
    Polonia 75% Alta presencia de fenotipos similares
    República Checa 75% Similitud fenotípica
    Eslovaquia 75% Similitud fenotípica
    Hungría 70% Alta diversidad étnica
    Rumania 70% Alta diversidad étnica
    Bulgaria 65% Diversidad étnica
    Croacia 70% Alta presencia de fenotipos europeos
    Serbia 65% Diversidad étnica
    Bosnia y Herzegovina 65% Diversidad étnica
    Eslovenia 70% Alta presencia de fenotipos europeos
    Macedonia del Norte 60% Mayor diversidad étnica
    Albania 55% Mayor diversidad étnica
    Montenegro 60% Diversidad étnica
    Kosovo 55% Diversidad étnica
    Ucrania 70% Alta presencia de fenotipos europeos
    Bielorrusia 70% Alta presencia de fenotipos europeos
    Lituania 75% Alta presencia de fenotipos europeos
    Letonia 75% Alta presencia de fenotipos europeos
    Estonia 75% Alta presencia de fenotipos europeos
    Rusia 70% Gran diversidad étnica
    Finlandia 70% Similitud fenotípica
    Islandia 65% Similitud fenotípica con población escandinava
    Malta 60% Diferencias fenotípicas
    Luxemburgo 80% Alta diversidad étnica
    Andorra 70% Diversidad étnica
    Mónaco 80% Alta diversidad étnica
    Liechtenstein 80% Similitud fenotípica
    San Marino 70% Diversidad étnica

    Conclusión

    Tienes una alta probabilidad de pasar como nativo en los países del norte y centro de Europa, donde las características fenotípicas predominantes son similares a las tuyas. En los países del sur y este de Europa, aunque también existe una considerable diversidad étnica, las probabilidades disminuyen ligeramente debido a las diferencias fenotípicas más marcadas. Estas estimaciones se basan en la percepción general de las características fenotípicas predominantes en cada país.
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    Si lees de abajo hacia arriba parece ser el orden de blancura en Europa lol, (descontando la similitud que me coloca más cercano a los países de Europa del Sur).

    Of course, here is the list of the 44 European countries ordered from highest to lowest probability of being perceived as a local based on the provided photo, along with the reasoning for each country:


    1. **Spain**: 80% - Mediterranean appearance is very common in Spain, including similar facial features and skin tone.
    2. **Italy**: 75% - Similar to Spain, especially southern Italians share Mediterranean characteristics.
    3. **Portugal**: 75% - The Portuguese also have a Mediterranean appearance with similar facial and skin features.
    4. **Greece**: 75% - Greeks have a mix of Mediterranean characteristics, including similar skin and facial features.
    5. **Cyprus**: 70% - The Cypriot population has a very marked Mediterranean appearance.
    6. **France**: 70% - Especially in southern France, there is a significant presence of Mediterranean characteristics.
    7. **Malta**: 65% - The Maltese population has a Mediterranean appearance with strong southern European influence.
    8. **Georgia**: 65% - Georgians can have similar characteristics due to the ethnic diversity in the region.
    9. **Armenia**: 60% - Armenians share some Mediterranean facial characteristics, although with regional variations.
    10. **Romania**: 60% - There is a mix of influences in Romania, including some Mediterranean and Balkan.
    11. **Azerbaijan**: 55% - Appearance can vary, but some Azerbaijanis have characteristics similar to Mediterranean ones.
    12. **Montenegro**: 55% - The Montenegrin population has a mix of Balkan and Mediterranean influences.
    13. **Albania**: 55% - Albanians share some facial and skin characteristics with Mediterranean populations.
    14. **Kosovo**: 55% - Similar to Albania, with a mix of Balkan influences.
    15. **North Macedonia**: 50% - There is a diversity of appearances, with some Mediterranean and Balkan influences.
    16. **Serbia**: 50% - Serbs have a mix of characteristics, some of which may be Mediterranean.
    17. **Croatia**: 50% - Especially on the coast, there are significant Mediterranean influences.
    18. **Bosnia and Herzegovina**: 50% - The population is diverse, with some characteristics that may seem Mediterranean.
    19. **Bulgaria**: 50% - There is a mix of influences in Bulgaria, including some Mediterranean.
    20. **Moldova**: 50% - Appearance can vary, but there are some similarities with Mediterranean characteristics.
    21. **Ukraine**: 45% - The Ukrainian population is diverse, with some characteristics similar to Mediterranean ones.
    22. **Slovenia**: 45% - Slovenes have a mix of European influences, including some Mediterranean.
    23. **Belarus**: 40% - Less Mediterranean influence, but some characteristics may coincide.
    24. **Russia**: 40% - The Russian population is very diverse, with some areas where Mediterranean characteristics may be present.
    25. **Hungary**: 40% - The mix of influences in Hungary includes some characteristics that may seem Mediterranean.
    26. **Belgium**: 40% - Appearance can vary, with some Mediterranean influences.
    27. **Luxembourg**: 40% - Similar to Belgium, with a mix of influences.
    28. **Germany**: 30% - The German population generally has fewer Mediterranean characteristics.
    29. **Austria**: 30% - Similar to Germany, with less presence of Mediterranean characteristics.
    30. **Czech Republic**: 35% - The population has a mix of European influences, with fewer Mediterranean characteristics.
    31. **Slovakia**: 35% - Similar to the Czech Republic, with less presence of Mediterranean characteristics.
    32. **Switzerland**: 35% - There is a mix of influences in Switzerland, with some Mediterranean characteristics in certain areas.
    33. **Netherlands**: 35% - The Dutch population generally has fewer Mediterranean characteristics.
    34. **Ireland**: 35% - The Irish appearance typically has less Mediterranean influence.
    35. **United Kingdom**: 40% - Although there is diversity, the majority of the population has fewer Mediterranean characteristics.
    36. **Lithuania**: 25% - The Lithuanian population has fewer Mediterranean characteristics.
    37. **Denmark**: 25% - The Danish population generally has less Mediterranean influence.
    38. **Latvia**: 20% - Similar to Lithuania, with fewer Mediterranean characteristics.
    39. **Estonia**: 20% - The Estonian population has less Mediterranean influence.
    40. **Sweden**: 20% - Swedes typically have fewer Mediterranean characteristics.
    41. **Norway**: 20% - Similar to Sweden, with less Mediterranean influence.
    42. **Finland**: 20% - The Finnish population generally has fewer Mediterranean characteristics.
    43. **Iceland**: 15% - The Icelandic population has very few Mediterranean characteristics due to its location and genetics.


    This list reflects not only the probability of being perceived as a local in each European country but also the reasoning based on physical characteristics and Mediterranean influence in each region.

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    Clasificación:


    1. Mediterranid: Moderate compatibility.
    2. Atlanto-Med: High compatibility.
    3. Alpine: Low compatibility.
    4. Nordic: Low compatibility.
    5. Dinarid: Moderate compatibility.
    6. Tronder: Low compatibility.
    7. Amazonid: Low compatibility.
    8. Sudanid: Low compatibility.
    9. Orientalid: Low compatibility.

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    No se mucho sobre clasificaciones, así que le pregunte sobre el tema:

    The Atlanto-Mediterranean (Atlanto-Med) phenotype is a subtype of the broader Mediterranean race. This classification is based on physical anthropology and often used to describe individuals from regions surrounding the Mediterranean Sea. Here are the key characteristics of the Atlanto-Mediterranean phenotype:


    ### Physical Characteristics


    #### A. Head and Face
    1. **Head Shape**: Generally long (dolichocephalic) or moderately broad (mesocephalic), with a well-balanced, harmonious shape.
    2. **Face Shape**: Oval or slightly elongated, with well-defined and symmetrical features.
    3. **Forehead**: Medium height, often slightly sloping, and sometimes with a pronounced brow ridge.
    4. **Jawline**: Well-defined, typically strong but not overly prominent.


    #### B. Eyes
    1. **Shape**: Almond-shaped, with a slight upward slant.
    2. **Size**: Medium, providing a balanced and harmonious facial appearance.
    3. **Color**: Commonly dark brown or black, though lighter shades can occur.


    #### C. Nose
    1. **Shape**: Straight or slightly convex, often described as aquiline.
    2. **Width**: Moderately narrow, fitting well with the overall facial structure.


    #### D. Mouth and Lips
    1. **Mouth Shape**: Well-proportioned, not too large or small.
    2. **Lips**: Medium thickness, with a slight definition of the upper lip.


    #### E. Cheekbones
    1. **Structure**: Moderately pronounced, contributing to a balanced and aesthetic facial structure.


    #### F. Skin Tone
    1. **Color**: Typically ranges from olive to light brown, often with a smooth and even complexion.
    2. **Fitzpatrick Scale**: Generally Type III to IV, which tans easily and may have a slight tendency to burn.


    #### G. Hair
    1. **Color**: Commonly dark brown to black, though lighter shades can be present.
    2. **Texture**: Straight to wavy, typically thick and robust.


    ### Geographic Distribution
    The Atlanto-Mediterranean phenotype is primarily associated with populations from:
    - **Southern Europe**: Spain, Portugal, Italy, Greece.
    - **North Africa**: Particularly coastal regions such as Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia.
    - **The Levant**: Including countries like Lebanon, Israel, and Syria.
    - **Parts of the Balkans**: Albania, parts of Croatia, and coastal Montenegro.


    ### Cultural and Historical Associations
    1. **Historical Populations**: Often linked to ancient civilizations around the Mediterranean basin, such as the Greeks, Phoenicians, and Carthaginians.
    2. **Modern Populations**: Common in contemporary Mediterranean countries, reflecting a continuity of genetic and cultural traits.


    ### Behavioral and Social Perceptions
    1. **Social Identity**: Individuals with the Atlanto-Mediterranean phenotype are often perceived as typically Mediterranean, blending traits seen in Southern European, North African, and Levantine populations.
    2. **Cultural Affinities**: They may share cultural and linguistic traits typical of Mediterranean societies, including dietary habits, social customs, and architectural styles.


    ### Comparative Phenotypes
    1. **Mediterranid**: Broader category encompassing the Atlanto-Med phenotype, generally characterized by similar but slightly more varied features.
    2. **Dinarid**: Differentiated by a more prominent and convex nose, and often found in the Balkans.
    3. **Alpine**: Shorter and broader head, more common in Central Europe.


    ### Atlanto-Mediterranean vs. Other Subtypes
    1. **Atlanto-Med vs. Classic Mediterranean**: Atlanto-Med individuals may have slightly lighter skin and more robust facial features compared to the classic Mediterranean subtype.
    2. **Atlanto-Med vs. Nordic**: The Atlanto-Med phenotype typically has darker hair, eyes, and skin tone compared to the lighter features of the Nordic phenotype.


    These characteristics form a comprehensive overview of the Atlanto-Mediterranean phenotype, providing a detailed understanding of the physical traits and geographic distribution associated with this classification. If you need further information or a more detailed breakdown, please let me know!

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    Certainly! The Atlanto-Mediterranean (Atlanto-Med) and the broader Mediterranid phenotypes are both subtypes of the Mediterranean racial classification, but they have some distinctive characteristics. Here's a detailed comparison:


    ### Atlanto-Mediterranean (Atlanto-Med)


    #### Physical Characteristics
    - **Head Shape**: Typically dolichocephalic (long-headed) or mesocephalic (moderate breadth).
    - **Face Shape**: Oval or slightly elongated, with harmonious and well-defined features.
    - **Forehead**: Medium height, slightly sloping, occasionally with a pronounced brow ridge.
    - **Jawline**: Well-defined and strong, but not overly prominent.
    - **Eyes**: Almond-shaped, medium size, often dark brown or black.
    - **Nose**: Straight or slightly convex, aquiline, and moderately narrow.
    - **Mouth and Lips**: Well-proportioned, medium thickness, slight definition of the upper lip.
    - **Cheekbones**: Moderately pronounced, contributing to a balanced facial structure.
    - **Skin Tone**: Olive to light brown, generally smooth and even. Fitzpatrick Scale: Type III to IV.
    - **Hair**: Dark brown to black, straight to wavy, typically thick and robust.


    #### Geographic Distribution
    - Southern Europe: Spain, Portugal, Italy, Greece.
    - North Africa: Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia.
    - The Levant: Lebanon, Israel, Syria.
    - Parts of the Balkans: Albania, coastal Montenegro.


    ### Mediterranid


    #### Physical Characteristics
    - **Head Shape**: Predominantly dolichocephalic (long-headed), occasionally mesocephalic.
    - **Face Shape**: Narrow and long, with less robust but harmonious features.
    - **Forehead**: Moderate height, more vertical than the Atlanto-Med, with a smooth contour.
    - **Jawline**: Less pronounced than Atlanto-Med, giving a softer facial appearance.
    - **Eyes**: Large, almond-shaped, often dark brown or black.
    - **Nose**: Generally straight, can be slightly convex, less aquiline than Atlanto-Med.
    - **Mouth and Lips**: Medium size, well-proportioned, lips can be slightly fuller than in Atlanto-Med.
    - **Cheekbones**: Less pronounced, contributing to a softer and more elongated facial structure.
    - **Skin Tone**: Typically olive, light brown to medium brown. Fitzpatrick Scale: Type III to V.
    - **Hair**: Dark brown to black, usually straight to wavy, not as robust as Atlanto-Med.


    #### Geographic Distribution
    - Southern Europe: Including regions like Italy, Greece, and the Mediterranean islands.
    - Western Asia: Turkey, Cyprus, parts of the Middle East.
    - North Africa: Particularly coastal areas.


    ### Comparative Analysis


    #### Head and Face
    - **Atlanto-Med**: Head shape is typically long or moderately broad with a strong, well-defined jawline.
    - **Mediterranid**: Generally long-headed with a softer jawline and a more vertical forehead.


    #### Eyes
    - **Atlanto-Med**: Medium-sized, almond-shaped eyes with a slight upward slant.
    - **Mediterranid**: Larger, almond-shaped eyes that are a defining feature.


    #### Nose
    - **Atlanto-Med**: Aquiline, straight or slightly convex, moderately narrow.
    - **Mediterranid**: Straight, can be slightly convex, less aquiline than Atlanto-Med.


    #### Lips and Mouth
    - **Atlanto-Med**: Medium thickness, slightly defined upper lip.
    - **Mediterranid**: Slightly fuller lips, maintaining a well-proportioned mouth.


    #### Skin Tone
    - **Atlanto-Med**: Olive to light brown, typically Fitzpatrick Type III to IV.
    - **Mediterranid**: Olive to medium brown, typically Fitzpatrick Type III to V.


    #### Hair
    - **Atlanto-Med**: Dark brown to black, thick and robust.
    - **Mediterranid**: Dark brown to black, straight to wavy, not as thick as Atlanto-Med.


    ### Perception and Cultural Affinities


    #### Atlanto-Mediterranean
    - **Historical Populations**: Associated with ancient civilizations like the Greeks, Phoenicians, and Carthaginians.
    - **Modern Populations**: Predominant in Mediterranean countries, reflecting a blend of genetic and cultural traits.


    #### Mediterranid
    - **Historical Populations**: Found in ancient Mediterranean cultures, extending to parts of Western Asia and North Africa.
    - **Modern Populations**: Common in the broader Mediterranean basin, including parts of Southern Europe, Western Asia, and North Africa.


    ### Conclusion


    While both the Atlanto-Mediterranean and Mediterranid phenotypes share many similarities due to their geographical and historical overlaps, the Atlanto-Med is typically characterized by more robust and well-defined features, whereas the Mediterranid is often softer and more elongated in appearance. Both phenotypes display a blend of traits that are harmonious and aesthetically balanced, fitting well within the broader Mediterranean classification.

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    Aunque la ultima respuesta que obtuve estuvo muy bien, algunas explicaciones que da sobre mi pasabilidad en algunos paises Europeos, son algo ambiguas, asi que volvi a hacer copy and paste de los mismos prompts en Ingles que nos aporto Mixedguy, pero pidiendole al chat que desglosase con mas detalles y explicaciones (incluyendo mi clasificacion fenotipica segun Coon), que tan bien paso como nativo en cada uno de los paises de Europa, y esto es lo que obtuve:

    Analysis of Ethnic Heritage and Perception of Subject in Modern and Historical Contexts
    Introduction

    This academic paper aims to provide a thorough analysis of the ethnic heritage and perception of the subject based on facial features, phenotypic characteristics, and historical classification systems such as the Casta system and the Jim Crow laws. This analysis will involve examining each facial feature, determining the racial influences, and assessing how the subject would be perceived in different regions and historical contexts.
    Modern Perception and Ethnic Heritage

    Based on the provided photographs, the subject appears to exhibit predominantly European features. To conduct a thorough analysis, each feature will be examined individually:

    Skin Tone: Light complexion, likely fits within the Fitzpatrick Scale Type II or III.
    Hair: Dark brown, straight hair common among Europeans.
    Eye Color: Light blue or green, typically associated with European ancestry.
    Facial Structure: Oval face shape with moderate cheekbones, a feature common in many European populations.
    Nose: Straight and narrow, a trait often found in European populations.
    Lips: Medium thickness, common in both European and mixed European populations.

    Based on these features, the subject would likely be perceived as European in many regions globally. To further contextualize this perception, we'll delve into regional and historical analyses.
    Perception in Modern Europe

    The subject's phenotypic characteristics align closely with those found in various European countries. Below is a probability analysis of passing as a native in different European countries:

    Country Probability (%) Remarks
    Sweden 80% Light eyes and hair match common traits in Nordic regions.
    Germany 85% Light skin, eye color, and facial structure common in Central Europe.
    United Kingdom 75% Features align with the broad diversity in the UK.
    Italy 70% Light features are less common but still present in Northern Italy.
    Spain 65% Northern regions have similar phenotypic traits.
    France 80% Broad range of phenotypes in France, particularly in Northern regions.
    Poland 85% Light complexion and features common in Eastern Europe.

    Perception in Latin America under the Casta System

    The Casta system was a hierarchical structure based on racial composition during colonial Latin America. The subject would likely fit into one of the upper categories due to predominantly European features.

    Criollo: As someone with likely over 85% European ancestry, the subject would be classified as a Criollo, particularly a "Criollo de Vuelta" due to the potential presence of some non-European ancestry.
    Castizo: Given the possibility of minor Indigenous influence, the subject could also be seen as a Castizo, though this is less likely.

    Verdict under the Casta System: The subject would most likely be classified as a Criollo, specifically a Criollo de Vuelta.
    Perception during the Jim Crow Era in the United States

    During the Jim Crow era, racial classification was strictly binary (white or non-white). The subject's European features would place him firmly in the "white" category, avoiding the severe discrimination faced by non-whites.

    Verdict under Jim Crow Laws: The subject would be classified as white and would enjoy the social privileges associated with this classification.
    Detailed Feature Analysis

    To provide a comprehensive assessment, each feature is analyzed for its racial influences:

    Skin Tone:
    Influence: European
    Strength: Strong
    Reason: Light complexion, Fitzpatrick Scale Type II or III.

    Hair:
    Influence: European
    Strength: Strong
    Reason: Dark brown, straight hair typical of European ancestry.

    Eye Color:
    Influence: European
    Strength: Strong
    Reason: Light blue or green eyes are common in European populations.

    Facial Structure:
    Influence: European
    Strength: Moderate
    Reason: Oval face shape with moderate cheekbones.

    Nose:
    Influence: European
    Strength: Strong
    Reason: Straight and narrow nose shape.

    Lips:
    Influence: European
    Strength: Moderate
    Reason: Medium thickness lips are common in Europeans.

    Anthropological Phenotypes (Based on Coon's Taxonomy)

    Nordic:
    Traits: Light skin, light eyes, straight nose.
    Compatibility: 75%

    Atlantid:
    Traits: Darker hair, light eyes, medium build.
    Compatibility: 70%

    Mediterranid:
    Traits: Dark hair, light to olive skin, oval face.
    Compatibility: 60%

    Alpine:
    Traits: Broad face, light eyes, shorter stature.
    Compatibility: 65%

    Global Perception and Compatibility

    Based on the subject's phenotypic characteristics, he would be perceived differently across various regions:

    Europe: High compatibility, especially in Northern and Central Europe.
    Latin America: High compatibility as a Criollo or Castizo.
    North America: Perceived as white.
    Middle East: Less compatibility due to lighter features.
    Asia: Seen as distinctly European.
    Africa: Seen as distinctly European.

    Regional and Subregional Compatibility
    Region Country City/Region Ethnic Group Compatibility (%)
    Europe Germany Berlin, Bavaria Germans 85%
    Europe United Kingdom London, Manchester British 75%
    Latin America Argentina Buenos Aires Argentine 85%
    North America United States New York, California White Americans 90%
    Verdict

    The subject exhibits predominantly European features with a high likelihood of passing as a native in many European countries. Under the Casta system, he would be classified as a Criollo de Vuelta, and during the Jim Crow era in the United States, he would be classified as white. His phenotypic traits align with several European anthropological phenotypes, making him highly compatible with populations in Europe and Latin America.
    Conclusion

    This thorough analysis demonstrates that the subject's phenotypic characteristics are predominantly European, with minor potential influences from other ancestries. He would be perceived as a native in many regions globally, particularly in Europe and Latin America, and classified favorably in historical contexts like the Casta system and Jim Crow laws. This assessment is based on detailed feature analysis, historical classifications, and modern perceptions.
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    Ahora lo pedí respecto de las ciudades y la verdad es que quedé impactado.
    No por los resultados... si lo pregunto es porque tengo muchísimas dudas y tengo que aceptar lo que me respondan sin chistar, sino porque hice la prueba con tres fotos distintas en las cuales en mi opinión me veía bastante diferente por el ángulo de cada una y la luminosidad y los resultados fueron casi idénticos en los tres casos.
    Esto no es perfecto pero sin dudas ha de acertar bastante.

    ¿En qué ciudades del Continente Americano podría pasar desapercibido y con qué porcentajes según mis rasgos?

    Basándome en tus características físicas visibles en la foto, aquí tienes una estimación de las ciudades del continente americano donde podrías pasar desapercibido, con sus respectivos porcentajes:

    ### América del Norte

    1. **Estados Unidos (Nueva York, Los Ángeles, Miami)**
    - **Porcentaje:** 85-95%
    - **Razonamiento:** Estas ciudades son extremadamente diversas y cosmopolitas. Tus rasgos encajan bien en la mezcla de personas de diferentes orígenes.

    2. **Canadá (Toronto, Vancouver)**
    - **Porcentaje:** 80-90%
    - **Razonamiento:** Toronto y Vancouver son ciudades multiculturales con una gran población de inmigrantes. Tus características físicas serían comunes en estas áreas.

    ### América Latina

    1. **Argentina (Buenos Aires)**
    - **Porcentaje:** 90-95%
    - **Razonamiento:** Buenos Aires tiene una población mayoritariamente de origen europeo, especialmente italiano y español. Tus rasgos serían muy comunes en esta ciudad.

    2. **Uruguay (Montevideo)**
    - **Porcentaje:** 85-90%
    - **Razonamiento:** Similar a Argentina, Montevideo tiene una población con una fuerte influencia europea. Tus características encajarían bien.

    3. **Chile (Santiago)**
    - **Porcentaje:** 75-85%
    - **Razonamiento:** Santiago tiene una población diversa con muchas personas de ascendencia europea. Tus rasgos podrían ser comunes en la ciudad.

    4. **México (Ciudad de México)**
    - **Porcentaje:** 70-80%
    - **Razonamiento:** La Ciudad de México es muy diversa y cosmopolita. Aunque la población tiene una mezcla étnica distinta, podrías integrarte bien en áreas urbanas.

    5. **Brasil (São Paulo, Río de Janeiro)**
    - **Porcentaje:** 70-80%
    - **Razonamiento:** São Paulo y Río de Janeiro son extremadamente diversas con influencias europeas, africanas y asiáticas. Tus características podrían encajar en esta mezcla.

    6. **Colombia (Bogotá, Medellín)**
    - **Porcentaje:** 65-75%
    - **Razonamiento:** Bogotá y Medellín son ciudades con poblaciones diversas. Aunque las características locales pueden ser más específicas, en áreas urbanas podrías pasar desapercibido.

    7. **Perú (Lima)**
    - **Porcentaje:** 60-70%
    - **Razonamiento:** Lima es una ciudad multicultural, aunque la mezcla de características étnicas es distinta. En áreas cosmopolitas podrías integrarte.

    Estas estimaciones se basan en la diversidad poblacional y las características físicas generales de las ciudades mencionadas. La percepción local puede variar según la experiencia individual y el contexto cultural.
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