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What does /pol make of this
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>>144380206
This image is so powerful. It proves we're all the same !
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>>144380265
unless your a faggot or a nigger
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>>144380265
All the same? Only because we wiped out all the natives who were Type-O dominant.

Also there's some pretty strong geographic differences between O/A dominant (Western Europe/America, arguably South America) and O/B dominant - Africa/Asia
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>native american
>98% O
Is there any research for this?
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>>144380476
Yeah but that's because we live in a diverse world, and that's beautiful !
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>>144380487
International Federation of Blood Donor Organisations...


http://www.fiods-ifbdo.org/blood-around-the-world/
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>>144380487
my mum,
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>>144380621
Wouldn't necessarily argue with that.

But it does also suggest that there might be some problems with sudden changes in these demographics
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>>144380658
No, I mean research for something like the reason about why 98% of native americans have O blood type. Maybe because their diet or something?
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>>144380206
>>144380257
Why didn't they break it down into + and - as well?
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>>144380765
Are you racist anon ?
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>>144381032
No.

Our genes aren't everything. Plus they are not permanent - just look at epigenetics: our environment can change our genetic behaviour.

I think there's a lot more to understand than just 'we're all the same'!
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>>144380812
Good question, I don't know. Also saw something else which says O (or O+?) is the only group that can donate to every other blood group which is weird
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There are genetic differences between the races?
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This is from a while back. I've never had a 23and me. I do know my paternal grandmother was a green eyed black haired Greek imiggrant. The rest of me I'm sure is euro trash. So I jokingly say O-neg master race.
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>>144381206
O- is the universal donor. O+ can donate to other +s only.
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>>144381292
Is there any 'native' history in your family that you know of?
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>>144381172
Yeah but you sound racist

Did you vote for leave ? Do you like Nigel Farage anon ?
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>>144381206
O+ can donate to all rh+ blood types. One can donate to all, but can only receive o negative. So I'm fucked if I need blood. But I don't have rhesus monkey blood like all of you positive fuckers.
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>>144380206
>tfw blood minority
WTF I want reparations now!
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>>144380812
>>144381206
Not everyone agrees with this conclusion. There are three possible explanations.

Founder effect
The founding population of the Americas was relatively small so the high frequency of blood type O is just due to chance in a small population. This is classic random genetic drift.

Bottleneck
Ancient populations of native Americans had higher frequencies of blood types A and B but they went through a severe population decline in the 1500s and 1600s due to the introduction of diseases from European invaders. More individuals with blood type O survived just by chance. This is similar to the founder effect in that it postulates a connection between allele frequency changes (by drift) and a small population.

Selection
The selection model postulates that individuals with blood type O were more likely to survive the diseases introduced by Europeans.

>Why pollack?
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>>144381360
None that I know of. Last name is French origin. I think I look white... But my wife says I'm as dark as her dad would let her go without burning a cross. {shes a pasty white southern gal) she has Cherokee blood and is ab+, my 2 sons are ab+
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>>144380812
It's most likely the group of humans that first colonized the America's just had a very high percentage of group O blood. Alternatively say 200 people settled and a freak accident like a deadly infection kills off a large group of people so the remainders again just happen to be mostly O could cause such a high percentage of native Americans to be group O.
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>>144380206
If modern diversity occurs then we'll look like Indiands desu
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>>144381854
You just described what I said in >>144381592 only using all three theories at once: Foundation, Bottleneck and Selection theories.
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>>144380206
That different ethic groups have different distributions of blood types.
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>>144380206
>Tfw ab-
>Tfw will never get proper blood transfusions ever
Feels .6% man.
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>>144382381
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O neg masterrace here, all you monkey bloods can die in a fire for all I care.
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>>144380206
>What does /pol make of this
They should have sampled a lot more regions and narrowed the results down more by geography. As it is this OP picture is basically worth a pile of homeless man's shit
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>>144381592
>>144382155

dw I appreciated it
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>>144382778
If you're feeling left out the USA is very similar to the UK. look at the second image
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>>144382858
not so much feeling left out.
>Africans(Zimbabwe)
Niggers have a ton of genetic diversity that isn't studied enough. And that part of East Africa is so much of a mixing hotspot that the results don't tell us anything interesting by themselves. Put that shit in the context of samples taken all over Africa and it will mean something. Until then, Hepatitis C -ridden homeless man poo
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Let's see it by race now.
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>>144383102
>Be you
>Fail to look at second image: results for continent of "Africa"
>Contribute less than nothing




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