Discussion in 'Members Corner' started by Poseidon, May 13, 2012.
A dermatologist told me that I belong in the 15-17 category.
Australia belongs to 30+ ?
The map talks of the people who are natives of the place.
For eg.Andrew Symonds is a native Australian
Look at all the Indian fools, voteing in the high range!! One fool voted for European 1-12, why are we so blind?
Wrigsted is a danish.Ofcourse their skin color is between 1-12.
Noooo andrew symonds is not native ausi.native ausi are these below
Here's a more detailed and accurate version of the skin color chart:
For me, the parts that are exposed to sun (i.e forearms, face) are like 20-21, most other parts are like 17. So I ll go for 18-20.
Btw I hate maps which use this projection. Greenland is bigger than Africa. lol
That's because they took the surface of a sphere (spheroid to be precise) and spread that out on a 2D plane.
BTW, Greenland is white. Perhaps they are not talking about humans, but white polar bears. Interestingly, polar bears might be white, but that is by virtue of their fur; their skin is black!
Same here. I voted for my exposed part (21-23). Unexposed is at 17.
Yeah, that looks inaccurate.
But it really doesn't matter. In like 50 years, this map will be kinda different.
Listen to Russell:
Rama and Krishna are both described as having very dark skin in our scriptures.
"Native" term for Australia is quiet tricky...
Aboriginal people of Australia have Y Chromosome known as "M130." They're closest cousins (the same Chromosome) can also be found on the Southern tip of India, Indonesia, Sabah, Philippines, Japan and North America (among other countries).
So according to the above migration patterns which is based on genetic studies it would appear that aboriginal Australians are actually also "migrants" to Australia, the only difference is that they arrived much earlier than the Europeans.
This post is not good...whatever be the colour, we are built by one.
We are all one, and one thing that unifies the East and West, is this:
Squat-cum-throne toilet, made in the USSR, and now Russia, to cater to its European and Asian citizens!
Amazing, ain't it?
24-27 or 27-29, not sure which one
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