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Postby EricSeans » Mon Feb 22, 2010 11:21 pm

This is all subversive talk as we may be leading people to believe they can embrace their cousins in the name of their Cyprus. :)
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Postby bill cobbett » Mon Feb 22, 2010 11:26 pm

fwnh wrote:consider just how many occupiers have passed from cyprus in the centuries past and its easy to realise why we call ourselves a bastard race, which in my opinion is awsome!! if people with common dna keep multiplying between them they will have more and more health problems with every generation. Franks, venetians, egyptians, turkish, greek, english, they all left there trace of dna in our people

I believe it's been more than 2 years (at least) that a study published in some newspapers and broadcasted over some tv channels showed that TC's and GC's share something like 97% of their DNA wheres GC's and Greeks dna did not come from the same source.... now i know this will hurt some peoples pride (or whatever) but i didn't make the dna tests, i didn't publish them and i didn't invent sience so if you wanna attack someone make it towards James D. Watson and Francis Crick


Sexist!!!! What about Rosalind Franklin ??????
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Postby Oracle » Mon Feb 22, 2010 11:27 pm

fwnh wrote:consider just how many occupiers have passed from cyprus in the centuries past and its easy to realise why we call ourselves a bastard race, which in my opinion is awsome!! if people with common dna keep multiplying between them they will have more and more health problems with every generation. Franks, venetians, egyptians, turkish, greek, english, they all left there trace of dna in our people

I believe it's been more than 2 years (at least) that a study published in some newspapers and broadcasted over some tv channels showed that TC's and GC's share something like 97% of their DNA wheres GC's and Greeks dna did not come from the same source.... now i know this will hurt some peoples pride (or whatever) but i didn't make the dna tests, i didn't publish them and i didn't invent sience so if you wanna attack someone make it towards James D. Watson and Francis Crick


That's about the same as Chimp to Human DNA.

So, who are the Chimps in this study? :lol:
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Re: Who is truly Greek or Turkish

Postby Oracle » Mon Feb 22, 2010 11:30 pm

londoner wrote:DNA testing could help provide some understanding of our past joint heritage and promote a more reasoned look at the future.


I wouldn't set my hopes on DNA solving political problems ....


BTW

Would you provide some links to the studies which suggest so much "inter-breeding".
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Postby kurupetos » Mon Feb 22, 2010 11:37 pm

EricSeans wrote:This is all subversive talk as we may be leading people to believe they can embrace their cousins in the name of their Cyprus. :)


Will that help towards the solution of the Cy prob? :roll:
By the way, I want to embrace their throats. :wink:
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Postby BOF » Mon Feb 22, 2010 11:42 pm

An old saying is "the truth always hurts"

links O? it was published somewhere in last years Cyprus Mail ( i know, its a load of lies) or why not google it ??????
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Postby kurupetos » Mon Feb 22, 2010 11:54 pm

BOF wrote:An old saying is "the truth always hurts"

links O? it was published somewhere in last years Cyprus Mail ( i know, its a load of lies) or why not google it ??????


It's just unimportant mate.

And since this was posted under CyProb Solution Proposals, I can tell you for sure that it won't be able to help solve the CyProb in any way. :wink:
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Postby BOF » Tue Feb 23, 2010 12:01 am

kurupetos wrote:
BOF wrote:An old saying is "the truth always hurts"

links O? it was published somewhere in last years Cyprus Mail ( i know, its a load of lies) or why not google it ??????


It's just unimportant mate.

And since this was posted under CyProb Solution Proposals, I can tell you for sure that it won't be able to help solve the CyProb in any way. :wink:

I agree but as O requested proof I provided it thats all.
its unimpotant to me
Thats what my signature means. :wink:
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Postby Oracle » Tue Feb 23, 2010 12:05 am

BOF wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
BOF wrote:An old saying is "the truth always hurts"

links O? it was published somewhere in last years Cyprus Mail ( i know, its a load of lies) or why not google it ??????


It's just unimportant mate.

And since this was posted under CyProb Solution Proposals, I can tell you for sure that it won't be able to help solve the CyProb in any way. :wink:

I agree but as O requested proof I provided it thats all.
its unimpotant to me
Thats what my signature means. :wink:


Where? :?

Besides, I wasn't asking you for something off the top of your head! :roll:

londoner wrote:It is clear from historical research that in the early Ottoman period that some 25,000 Christians (Catholic and Orthodox) converted to Islam in order to change their tax status and that this tapered off after around 1637. Additionally, there were very large numbers of mixed marriages between Muslim men and Orthodox women which had to be registered..


Links/source, please....

fwnh wrote:I believe it's been more than 2 years (at least) that a study published in some newspapers and broadcasted over some tv channels showed that TC's and GC's share something like 97% of their DNA wheres GC's and Greeks dna did not come from the same source....


Links/source, please ...
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Postby fwnh » Tue Feb 23, 2010 12:26 am

it's been a few years but since you people don't take my word for it :) (thank god for that, don't be selective though) i'll try to find some links that includes the names of the researchers
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