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#15 - Has trolling become so advanced that it's virtually indistingu… 1 hour ago on Anon goes on an autistic... 0
#16 - Outside of what might be the worst superhero movie ever made, … 1 hour ago on Deadpool & Sabertooth +4
#32 - The funniest thing about the Alt-right is that the Aryan race …  [+] (2 new replies) 15 hours ago on Alt left, alt right, same... 0
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#33 - captainprincess (15 hours ago) [-]
Plus apparently the 'aryan' race traces back to the persian empire and not europe at all
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#48 - platinumaltaria (11 hours ago) [-]
Well actually it traces back to north africa, along with everyone else.
#36 - No, Turks are Europids who happen to have done a lot of interb…  [+] (1 new reply) 18 hours ago on /pol/ settles a debate 0
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#37 - ariplayer (5 hours ago) [-]
It is generally agreed that the first Turkic people lived in a region extending from Central Asia to Siberia, with the majority of them living in China historically. Historically they were established after the 6th century BCE.""

Peter Zieme: The Old Turkish Empires in Mongolia. In: Genghis Khan and his heirs. The Empire of the Mongols. Special tape for Exhibition 2005/2006, p.64

NO.

turks are Mongolians. they are not Europeans whatsoever and they didn't live in the Anatolian peninsula up until ~1100 AD.

maybe interbreeding might have watered it down. but turks are Mongols. PERIOD.
#16 - Indisputably, on a genetic level, yes. On a cultural level, no.  [+] (8 new replies) 05/23/2016 on /pol/ settles a debate -6
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#18 - ariplayer (05/23/2016) [-]
mate, turks are Mongolians.
#36 - Kkrelk (18 hours ago) [-]
No, Turks are Europids who happen to have done a lot of interbreeding with Altaic cultures. Just because some fucktard from /pol/ thinks that White only covers the things he likes doesn't mean actual genetics gives a flying fuck.
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#37 - ariplayer (5 hours ago) [-]
It is generally agreed that the first Turkic people lived in a region extending from Central Asia to Siberia, with the majority of them living in China historically. Historically they were established after the 6th century BCE.""

Peter Zieme: The Old Turkish Empires in Mongolia. In: Genghis Khan and his heirs. The Empire of the Mongols. Special tape for Exhibition 2005/2006, p.64

NO.

turks are Mongolians. they are not Europeans whatsoever and they didn't live in the Anatolian peninsula up until ~1100 AD.

maybe interbreeding might have watered it down. but turks are Mongols. PERIOD.
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#30 - thesovereigngrave (05/24/2016) [-]
Have you ever seen a Mongolian? They're Asians.
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#25 - upunkpunk (05/24/2016) [-]
That's mostly language and some culture.
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#24 - thesecretbear (05/24/2016) [-]
They're Turkic traditionally. However most of them are mainly anatolian greek genetically.
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#35 - ariplayer (05/24/2016) [-]
thats probably true, but they still only claim their Turkish culture and still suppress other cultures in the Anatolian peninsula
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#17 - psychologyxplain (05/23/2016) [-]
How?
#28 - Veganism is just an extension of vegetarianism for self righte… 05/23/2016 on Oh, the Irony... 0
#134 - Correlation does not equal causation. 05/23/2016 on The Power Of Words +1
#27 - Bulba/venasaur was the "exactly once" I spoke about.…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/22/2016 on evolution +1
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#40 - dilophosaurus (05/22/2016) [-]
turtwig is an ankylosaurus, not a tortoise
#16 - no, the only pattern to Grass starters is that sometimes they'…  [+] (4 new replies) 05/22/2016 on evolution +3
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#17 - CherryYumDiddly (05/22/2016) [-]
All known Grass-type starters are based on pre-historic creatures and evolution. Venusaur has legs that lift it off the ground (a characteristic of dinosaurs), Meganium is based off an Apatosaurus, Sceptile is based on a Dilophosaurus, the Snivy-Serperior evolution represents the loss of hind legs (the transition from dinosaurs to snakes) It could also be based off the Gigantophis, a dinosaur that was also serpetine, Chespin is based off the first mammal, the Megazostrodon and Rowlet might be based on an extinct genus of owls known as the Ornimegalonyx. Torterra is based off a Tortoise. Also, each have a type of plant on their bodies which grows bigger through evolution.

pokemon.wikia.com/wiki/Starter_Pok%C3%A9mon
#27 - Kkrelk (05/22/2016) [-]
Bulba/venasaur was the "exactly once" I spoke about. Even has "Saur" in it's name. Snivy, Chespin, Rowlet, and Torterra having any intentional Dinosaur analogues is pure speculation. I'll give you Sceptile and Magenium though, those two are actually dinosaurs it turns out. Which is crazy, because Magenium is my favorite pokemon ever and somehow I never noticed that.
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#40 - dilophosaurus (05/22/2016) [-]
turtwig is an ankylosaurus, not a tortoise
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#20 - dilophosaurus (05/22/2016) [-]
can confirm, am dilophosaurs
#268 - What a waste of a 6ft tall woman 05/21/2016 on Fat Shaming Friday 8 +1
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