Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Mapping the Genome, Genoming the Maps

Human biodiversity enthusiasts will find these two recently-posted maps of interest. Roissy posts the first one — Lactose Tolerance: The Last Stand Of Implicit White Identity:

"Milk does a White body good," says Roissy, but I find it interesting that America was first settled by lactose-tolerant people from the British isles and their lactose-tolerant West African slaves. This coincidence (or "coinkydink," as my daughter says) leads to our next map, which Steve Sailer notes depicts "five groups [that] are basically the famous four groups in historian David Hackett Fischer’s Albion’s Seed: Four British Folkways in America – New England Puritans, Pennsylvanian Midlanders, Scots-Irish highlanders, and Lowland Southerners" — Albion's Gene:

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