Watched this video long ago, saw some interesting phrenology, decided to share.
Dr. Helen is an interesting woman to begin with, being essentially the only female MRA of note. Also perhaps for being the only MRA of note, because male MRAs are losers by definition and nobody wants to listen to a bunch of losers.
From the side, you can see socket depth that matches or exceeds my own, which is categorized as “deepish” in male terms. This makes her an extreme outlier among females. She also has a huge cranium under her hair, which again is stereotypically a male domain. Further, she has a very testosteronized face and a prominent jaw, and is perhaps the only woman I’ve ever seen with the trapezoidal neanderthal lower face. She also has a beautiful classical Roman nose and a high height:width facial ratio due to an elongated midface (which is not due to maxillary retrusion because it doesn’t have a sickly, drooping appearance). Her forehead is unremarkable, because most women have this vertical shape and medium height.
Note that testosteronization does not preclude estrogenization. You can see some fat stored in the apples of her cheeks, but this might be hard to see because the testosteronization is more strikingly prominent. Her body language is mature, laconic, and pleasant and she seems quite at ease with herself and the situation. She gives every indication of being comfortably professional- the apex of putative feminist ambition.
Bill Whittle is the next most interesting case. His melon back is very large, but he also has a small occipital protuberance and the beginnings of en bombe cranial flare. Like all dualbacks observed to date, he would be categorized as an MT. His face has the overall dimensions of the Mousterian facial morph, which is the first time I think we’ve seen that in an MT. Socket depth is moderate, but that seems to be the case for most Mousterians. It’s good that Whittle has some depth because it’s otherwise difficult to tell a Mousterian face from a Cro Magnon face (at least for me it is) because they both look scrunched up. It gives him a pugnacious overall first impression.
Forehead is a little high, but otherwise normal. His body language seems very stereotyped, like a robot even in the small movements, as if he’s thinking very hard about every little turn of the head. This changes when he starts trying to elucidate a scientific system verbally, and he starts talking with his hands and drawing little diagrams no one else can see. It’s interesting to see the fascination for evolutionary psychology, economics, and informatics expressed through a Mousterian communication style. I mentioned this once before, but Whittle is clearly operating at a much higher frequency than the others (seemingly this is due to raw sensory processing speed) and when he’s listening to the others his body goes completely still with laserlike focus.
Fun anecdote about the laser focus thing: Back when I was a copy editor for the student newspaper another copy editor asked me to check her work, and I agreed. When I started looking it over she said “Whoa!” and flinched back, and when I asked she said it was because “It looked like you were trying to kill it with your eyes.” Anyway, back to the weirdo phrenology…
Matt Orr is less exciting, and appears to be the product of very high testosterone, particularly for a Millenial (on the average, we would have been considered infertile by Greatest Generation standards). He reminds me of Mark Cuban that way. He speaks well enough and he’s far from stupid. I’d classify him as a prosocial, high testosterone cro magnon. Probably would be very comfortable in a wartime military setting or competitive sports, and could navigate large male social groups with relative ease and straightforward communication.
Andrew Klavan looks like Alexander Grothendieck’s less intelligent libtard younger brother. When he started talking I braced myself, but it turns out he’s not a libtard at all but rather an ADHD mind somehow living in blissful, idyllic monogamy. He has the occipital bump, but no outward flare. His body language is sanguine and flamboyant without being suggestive of homosexuality. You can tell the man is just plain happy, while remaining thankful for it. He’s not vibrating at the same high frequency as Whittle, but one gets the sense he’s vibrating in several dimensions at once.