Bones. . Actually, Due to the slight prognathous of the maxilla, the smaller more rounded cranial vault. The sharper and less defined lower mandible. and less p
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Bones

Actually,
Due to the slight prognathous of the maxilla, the smaller more rounded
cranial vault. The sharper and less defined lower mandible. and less
protruding ridges, the conclusion can be reached that the
individual on the left is Female, and of African American decent. However the
individual on the right shows a larger more oblong cranium. heaver more
protruding ridges, and a flatter maxilla with less .
Also the lower mandible of this individual is heaver. more defined and
square. From the presence of these features the conclusion can be reached
that the individual on the right is Male and of Caucasian decent. Also due to
the advanced tout not complete) obliteration of the cranial sutures, and the
presence of the rrd molar in both individuals. it can also be said that both of
these individuals are between the ages of 25 and 40..
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#30 - chainedleviathan (06/30/2012) [-]
you dont say
#112 - irongundam (06/30/2012) [-]
MFW I read this.
#39 - shithappenz (06/30/2012) [-]
The one thing you can't see is the radiation from the X-ray slowly killing them :D
User avatar #266 to #39 - Thestyrofoampeanut (06/30/2012) [-]
Radiation from your average x-ray isn't even enough to give you slight radiation poisoning unless you have continual or cumulative exposure for months at a time. The lead vests you wear while having your x-ray taken are merely aesthetic and for comfort purposes.
#351 to #266 - Rascal (07/01/2012) [-]
the radon in your basement is what's really killing you
#314 - haveagoodone (06/30/2012) [-]
idk if anyone else noticed but the one on the left is clearly a jew
#34 - thatonesmartdude (06/30/2012) [-]
Couldn't help but think of this guy as I read.
#149 to #34 - Rascal (06/30/2012) [-]
Oh than god.I thought i was the only one.
User avatar #41 to #34 - shikurukato ONLINE (06/30/2012) [-]
Read it in his voice. Glad we think alike in that regard.
#135 - xrobinxx (06/30/2012) [-]
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#168 to #158 - jarhedz ONLINE (06/30/2012) [-]
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#362 - udo (07/01/2012) [-]
Sometimes I feel that people use big words that are just obscure enough to make us believe them. In all honesty, I have no idea what the **** I just read.
#386 to #362 - phazeout (07/01/2012) [-]
Powdered Toast man....
User avatar #349 to #290 - killuminatii (07/01/2012) [-]
so having a brain makes you a nerd?
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#295 - DrWeird (06/30/2012) [-]
I'll just take your word for it.
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#326 - swazer (06/30/2012) [-]
Funny thing is that most funnyjunkers, including myself, have absolutely no clue about what he's talking about so it could be some serious jibberish right there.
#335 to #326 - lolimtoast (07/01/2012) [-]
I would like to thank the show Bones for allowing me to actually understand wtf was going on in this post
#350 to #335 - Rascal (07/01/2012) [-]
**anonymous rolled a random image posted in comment #39 at Brock Obama **
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#347 to #339 - swazer (07/01/2012) [-]
Good mornin' Sherlock! I could've never guessed without your genious input...

What I meant is the words he's using to describe everything
For example, "Heaver more protruding supraorbital ridges" is a sentence that most of us would never even read/heard (of) if it wouldn't been for this post.
I mean, can you explain that sentence to me without using any sort of dictionary?
User avatar #356 to #347 - mikomi (07/01/2012) [-]
Yes. Supraorbital ridges mean the bone that sticks out a bit above your eye. Basically where your eyebrow sits. He's saying they're a bit bigger.
User avatar #355 to #347 - buttplugmaster (07/01/2012) [-]
More protruding supraorbital ridges. The bones that are sticky-outy right above the hole where your eye goes in are PARTICULARLY sticky-outy in that skeleton-person-thing. Clear?
#366 to #355 - swazer (07/01/2012) [-]
Thank you both for the answers!
Here take a thumb! :)
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#313 to #151 - Rascal (06/30/2012) [-]
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#157 to #154 - dustypengwin ONLINE (06/30/2012) [-]
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#167 to #154 - Rascal (06/30/2012) [-]
Lesson 0, anypony?
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#299 to #278 - twopoundsofshit (06/30/2012) [-]
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User avatar #321 - MrofMist (06/30/2012) [-]
I was going to point this out, being in pre-med I can promise you that bone structure shows all these things.
#346 - evanggggg (07/01/2012) [-]
African American descent? Political correctness is making people stupid.
User avatar #352 to #346 - emipr (07/01/2012) [-]
win lol
#357 to #346 - largenintimidating (07/01/2012) [-]
Mmm... hmmm...

African-American is actually more than correct in this situation. The reason it's politically correct is because black people have made it so that everything but the scientific designation for a person of African descent in the Americas is racist.
#363 to #357 - evanggggg (07/01/2012) [-]
I'm not arguing that the term is or is not PC. It's incorrect in the context of the post. "African" would have sufficed.
#368 to #363 - largenintimidating (07/01/2012) [-]
But African-American is more correct. You see, African-Americans have features distinct from other people of African descent. There are differences in the facial structure of Italians and Frenchmen, who share a border, so there will definitely be noticeable differences in the facial structures of people of African descent whose families have spent the last 200 years on the other side of the Atlantic, and the facial features of people living in Africa.
#376 to #368 - evanggggg (07/01/2012) [-]
You just pulled that out of your ass.
#380 to #376 - largenintimidating (07/01/2012) [-]
Nope. African is a very large bracket for this field of science, that can be easily broken into smaller sub-sections; such as Sub-Saharan, West-African, and American-African, which is known as African-American.
#388 to #380 - evanggggg (07/01/2012) [-]
Several hundred years is not nearly enough time to create distinguishable facial differences from other Africans. Those kinds of changes require hundreds of thousands of years. And at any rate, it is far more likely that the author mistakenly used the politically correct term in his country.
#391 to #388 - largenintimidating (07/01/2012) [-]
Don't forget that slaves didn't come to America from just one location, but from basically all over the continent, which would significantly increase the speed of variation as there was no need to wait thousands of years for a mutation before "new" facial types started to mix.
#393 to #391 - evanggggg (07/01/2012) [-]
You just proved my point, and are talking about something completely different.
#394 to #393 - largenintimidating (07/01/2012) [-]
Umm... No. The variation necessary for African-Americans to be noticeably different happened in such a short time because there was no wait for mutations. Different features were brought together by the slave trade, and then the screwing commenced.
#395 to #394 - evanggggg (07/01/2012) [-]
Exactly. Interracial mixing occurred and obscured the different lineages, which means there is no singular "African American" genetic footprint. The post is seeking to identify very specific evolutionary features. What you are discussing is much more immediate. Again, it is more likely the author mistakenly used the PC term.
#396 to #395 - largenintimidating (07/01/2012) [-]
Interracial? Dude, I'm talking about Africans from the Cape gettin' it on with Africans from Mali. All still Africans, but with slightly differing features when arriving in America due to the place of origin, mixing these features and creating a new subset of African; the American African.
#398 to #396 - evanggggg (07/01/2012) [-]
Yes, skin color is only one way of identifying race. What you are referring to is not the broad evolutionary characteristics the post is seeking to identify, and again, it is far more likely that the author mistakenly used the PC term.
#370 to #368 - largenintimidating (07/01/2012) [-]
All in all, I really don't see how giving more accurate information was political correctness making people stupid.
#369 to #346 - nwacompton (07/01/2012) [-]
Well clearly in this day and age if you know more than someone you're better and far superior than them its the new meta in life.
User avatar #358 to #346 - laky (07/01/2012) [-]
The whole report is formal and the person is trying to be as formal and as proper as possible. If someone said that in everyday talk id slap them
User avatar #354 to #346 - fukkentyranitar (07/01/2012) [-]
i don't care if people say I'm black
User avatar #360 to #346 - megatrollinator (07/01/2012) [-]
In other words, it's a White Guy and a Black Girl
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