Paedogenesis

H/T iSteve (backup screenshot for eventual deplatforming):

My notes:

-The guy on the right looks more infantile than a modern 20-year-old soyboy, which I wouldn’t have thought possible. Eyes like saucers as far apart as possible for absolutely small overall facial dimensions, for maximum group-level sympathy. He looks like a baby with a neckbeard.

-Wavy hair and Nordic features on the left, frizzy hair on the right. The features on the right are indeterminate, but I expect that under normal hormonal development a gerontomorphic expression of the same genotype would be distinctly Mediterranean, probably mixed with African.

-To some extent, it’s unavoidable that we’re comparing apples and oranges here because the former image was selected specifically as a masterwork, whereas the latter could have been a student hitting the minimum for his general education requirements. However, it seems more likely that the latter was meant to resemble a real person, and not the sort of person you’d want holding the shield to your right when the Gauls charge.

-One imagines the former man experiencing a range, intensity, and subtlety of emotions that would appear as psychosis to the latter man, whom we imagine in his most reflective moment to be holding a red Solo cup and wondering where the white bitches at.

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43 Responses to Paedogenesis

  1. Obadiah says:

    The right is basically “paedomorphic” in this Lookism user’s taxonomy:

    https://lookism.net/Thread-Theory-Paedomorphic-v-Pretty-v-Robust-v-Virile-v-Progressive-v-Primitve

    It’s a very “rhesus-positive” appearance:

  2. bicebicebice says:

    >poast
    >comment

    We have officially entered the ITZ I almost ruptured my spleen from laughing, the manbearbonobopig is real.

  3. Obadiah says:

    Even the shape of Grier’s ears is suggestive of the rhesus macaque.

  4. Obadiah says:

    >the manbearbonobopig is real.

    Yep. That’s why it’s called the “Rhesus Factor” and not the “Gooble-Gobble Factor”.

  5. everlastingphelps says:

    Left side totally looks like:

    Obadiah nailed the right better than I could.

  6. j says:

    The horror, the horror…

  7. Obadiah says:

    >backup screenshot for eventual deplatforming

    Falkenstein isn’t explicitly or loudly pro-white and/or anti-jew and so deplatforming is much less of a threat for him (at least at this present stage)

  8. bicebicebice says:

    itz common knowledge that people with animal-features are more attractive but still, some animals are more animal than others… rare photo of aeoli “pera” scheming at the cathouse, notice the handrubbing and the ungroomed natural dreads-the horror.

    https://nationalzoo.si.edu/sites/default/files/styles/1400x700_scale_and_crop/public/animals/orangutan-002.jpg?itok=UVau_vIv

  9. Julian says:

    >Left side totally looks like
    That goofball from The Office? He goes in the paedomorphic category no matter how hard he furrows his brow and tries to look hard.

    >It’s a very “rhesus-positive” appearance
    Good catch. And as a rhesus-negative supremacist, I approve. Has anyone tried to get a tally on rhesus blood factor within edenism?

  10. Obadiah says:

    >That goofball from The Office? He goes in the paedomorphic category no matter how hard he furrows his brow and tries to look hard.

    I don’t know how “hard” John Krasinski should be aiming to be given that he’s a professional thesbian living a modern cosmopolitan lifestyle–but he’s definitely not paedomorphic. He’s some mixture of between progressive, virile with a bit of robust in the Lookism user’s loose, limited taxonomy.

    >Has anyone tried to get a tally on rhesus blood factor within edenism?

    I would assume that most if not all people who have made it to the Edenosphere are rh-negative.

  11. Obadiah says:

    *within the Lookism user’s loose, limited taxonomy he’s some mixture of progressive and virile with a bit of robust thrown in

  12. bicebicebice says:

    “Obadiah says:
    January 3, 2019 at 6:41 am
    >backup screenshot for eventual deplatforming

    Falkenstein isn’t explicitly or loudly pro-white and/or anti-jew and so deplatforming is much less of a threat for him (at least at this present stage)”

    the problem is falkenstein deplatforming himself, a common maladie seen in such supergeniooses as texas arcane and “koanic” (习近平/ɕǐ tɕîn.pʰǐŋ), which is why aeoli is technically smarter than both combined. might as well put it all out there for all to see your will just get memed. hehe

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  15. Obadiah says:

    >I’m rhesus-positive, myself

    Really? I figured you’d be rh-neg. Julian and I might be overestimating the significance of the rh-factor then.

    Part of manbonobopig theory is that huwhyte neanderthals are/were genetically influenced by the Barbary Macaque, who is similar to, but not the same as, the Rhesus Macaque.

    I still need to get genetic testing done on myself, don’t even know my own blood type.

    • Aeoli Pera says:

      >Part of manbonobopig theory is that huwhyte neanderthals are/were genetically influenced by the Barbary Macaque, who is similar to, but not the same as, the Rhesus Macaque.

      I don’t buy that part. I’m inclined to believe hominids have a common hybrid origin, rather than many different boar hybridizations.

    • Aeoli Pera says:

      >I still need to get genetic testing done on myself, don’t even know my own blood type.

      You can get it for free by giving blood, just be aware they give it to vampire elites.

  16. Patrick says:

    Seems more like Rh- Edenic expression (long lived, high IQ, complex emotions, slow maturity) vs Rh+ corrupted monkey Orc expression (short lived, low IQ, simple emotions, fast maturity).

    I think the evil melons weaved something into the genome that causes monkey-ness in the mutated orc slaves to over-express itself in the population after 10 generations. Between Obadiah and Cleve and my own what I’d call ‘Behelit Memory’… this seems to be the most accurate root cause of this hell we live in.

    I always knew that making these damn things was a huge mistake. A mistake for which we now all pay dearly.

  17. Arakawa says:

    Pretty sure the guy on the right sat next to me in high school at one point.

  18. Obadiah says:

    >I don’t buy that part. I’m inclined to believe hominids have a common hybrid origin, rather than many different boar hybridizations.

    I think the premise is that there was one original hybridization between sus scrofa and the bonobo who produced humans, who then, after disseminating throughout the surface of the planet, hybridized with local species of ape via bestiality to produce various subspecies of humans.

    I think there must be some truth to this, as it explains why Nash Grier looks like an overgrown Rhesus Macaque and also why the oddly specifically-named “rhesus blood group system factor” appears in many humans.

    If there is a “factor” in people’s blood that men who actually understand the science of biology and genetics decided has to be delineated and accounted for, and this “factor” has to do with something called the “rhesus blood group system”, then this implies that there is a genetic commonality between humans and rhesus; this commonality is even more heavily insinuated by Nash Grier’s physical appearance and default facial mannerisms.

    If we accept that humans have a genetic commonality with rhesus then we have to explain how this commonality occurred; our two possible explanations are either genetic hybridization or the supernatural, hence manbonobopig theory.

    • everlastingphelps says:

      Right — to get a hybrid to become self-viable, it takes many generations of back-breeding with the original mare species to get a viable hybrid.

      • Aeoli Pera says:

        Does it have to be the mare species? Because if that’s true in e.g. dog breeding, that would strongly imply Tex’s narrative is incorrect.

        • everlastingphelps says:

          I honestly don’t know. I am going on the professor that does the human hybrid site, and I remember that a specific part of his hypothesis is that the gorilla hybrids kept returning to the pigs to breed and back-strengthen the hybrid until the hybrid was robust enough to reproduce on its own.

  19. Aeoli Pera says:

    >I think the premise is that there was one original hybridization between sus scrofa and the bonobo who produced humans, who then, after disseminating throughout the surface of the planet, hybridized with local species of ape via bestiality to produce various subspecies of humans.

    Maybe Koanic is correct that I’m bad at reading. That version is far more plausible.

  20. Julian says:

    From Wikipedia:
    “The term “Rh” was originally an abbreviation of “Rhesus factor.” It was discovered in 1937 by Karl Landsteiner and Alexander S. Wiener who, at the time, believed it to be a similar antigen found in rhesus monkey red blood cells. It was subsequently learned the human factor is not identical to the rhesus monkey factor; but by then, “Rhesus Group” and like terms were already in widespread, worldwide use. Thus, notwithstanding it is a misnomer, the term survives (e.g. rhesus blood group system, and the obsolete terms rhesus factor, rhesus positive, and rhesus negative – all three which actually refer specifically and only to the Rh D factor; and, thus, are misleading when unmodified). Contemporary practice is to use “Rh” as a term of art instead of “Rhesus”; viz. “Rh Group,” “Rh factors,” “Rh D,” etc.”

    I don’t think any hominids produced viable offspring with Old World monkeys, much less pigs. What was Koanic’s best evidence for manbonobopig anyway? Also, eurasian pigs and bonobos don’t have overlapping ranges.

    • everlastingphelps says:

      I don’t think any hominids produced viable offspring with Old World monkeys, much less pigs. What was Koanic’s best evidence for manbonobopig anyway?

      And you base your thinking on… something you pulled out of your ass? A knee-jerk “well that’s just crazy” is pretty useless around here.

      http://www.macroevolution.net/human-hybrids.html

  21. Obadiah says:

    Also, eurasian pigs and bonobos don’t have overlapping ranges

    Sus scrofa’s present African range follows the nile river south and terminates at the South Sudanese border; the bonobo’s present range is mainly in the DRC; the distance between these areas is definitely manageable for a motivated boar. The plausibility of boars encountering bonobos based off the (present) range is mainly a matter of how far sex-crazed pigs are willing to travel on foot.

    What was Koanic’s best evidence

    The theory is mainly based off the plausibility of hybrid-stabilization theory.

    Personally, I suspect both Darwinian evolutionary theory and hybrid-stabilization theory both probably have some truth to them; for instance stabilization theory doesn’t account for the differences between bonobo chimpanzees and their common cousins across the river but Darwinian theory does.

    “It was subsequently learned the human factor is not identical to the rhesus monkey factor”

    “Not identical”–but still similar enough to warrant the name in the first place.

    In any case, I don’t have a strong enough understanding of the nuts and bolts of the science behind stabilization theory/genetics and whatnot to make a confident argument either way but it’s something that seems plausible to me and my limited knowledge

    Look at Bassou the ape-man’s jaw structure, facial dimensions and craniology:

    Now compare with a bonobo chimpanzee:

  22. Obadiah says:

    Right — to get a hybrid to become self-viable, it takes many generations of back-breeding with the original mare species to get a viable hybrid.

    Good thing bonobo females aren’t promiscuous or anything then.

  23. Obadiah says:

    Edenism theme song:

  24. Fox says:

    “not identical” does not mean “doesn`t have anything to do with it”. It`s like a liberal claiming there is no european race because europeans aren`t identical.
    Such cover stories serve the purpose of throwing people off the scent. It always goes like this “don`t trust what you see, don`t trust earlier researchers, only trust our newest superplus experts who say that anyone who saw a pattern was retarded”

    Note that “man-bonobo-pig” theory doesn`t have to be right if there truly are ape genes in modern humans – there are other possibilities, many of them almost as disconcerting as the aforementioned theory.

  25. Koanic says:

    > a specific part of his hypothesis is that the gorilla hybrids kept returning to the pigs to breed

    No, they backbred into what are now chimps.

    > Also, eurasian pigs and bonobos don’t have overlapping ranges

    The question is whether chimp and pig ranges overlapped. And the hybridization event occurred long ago. Modern chimp range has probably shrunk due to competition and habitat destruction.

    > for instance stabilization theory doesn’t account for the differences between bonobo chimpanzees and their common cousins across the river but Darwinian theory does.

    Yes it does. Stabilization theory says originally both ranges were bonobos, the river splits the ranges because they can’t swim, and the hybridization event happened on the chimp side, turning the bonobos there into chimps.

  26. Obadiah says:

    “not identical” does not mean “doesn`t have anything to do with it”. It`s like a liberal claiming there is no european race because europeans aren`t identical.
    Such cover stories serve the purpose of throwing people off the scent. It always goes like this “don`t trust what you see, don`t trust earlier researchers, only trust our newest superplus experts who say that anyone who saw a pattern was retarded”

    Exactly.

  27. Julian says:

    >And you base your thinking on… something you pulled out of your ass? A knee-jerk “well that’s just crazy” is pretty useless around here.

    I base my thinking on the default view because I lack convincing evidence for hybrid-stabilization theory. Dr. McCarthy provides zero evidence for his human origin theory beyond ‘blokes kinda look like pigs to me’. All of his verified examples of viable hybrid offspring occur between taxonomically similar animals. The examples he provides of crosses occurring between species not belonging to the same order are speculative, uncorroborated, and, frankly, have more likely explanations. To be clear, I’m not repudiating hybridization as a form of speciation between species within the same order; I’m familiar with a few examples among inland fish and mollusks. Successful hybridization between pigs and chimps, or cats and rabbits, or any other two mammal species not belonging to the same order stretches the limits of my willingness to accept the plausibility of something without GOOD evidence.

    >Look at Bassou the ape-man’s jaw structure, facial dimensions and craniology:

    He also looks like an adult SubSaharan man with pretty severe microcephaly.

    >“not identical” does not mean “doesn`t have anything to do with it”

    Agree.

  28. Obadiah says:

    >Yes it does. Stabilization theory says originally both ranges were bonobos, the river splits the ranges because they can’t swim, and the hybridization event happened on the chimp side, turning the bonobos there into chimps.

    I see what you’re saying. It also makes sense that the group on the north side of the river eventually stabilized into the aggressive/patriarchal/hierarchical chimp because sus scrofa came down from the north.

    My point was that Darwin’s explanation here also makes sense for non species-level permutations within different isolated groups because e.g. a more aggressive nature would be adaptive to the side of the river with the wild boars running around everywhere (but then I guess you have to ask why they didn’t revert to docility after defeating the boars, but instead remain aggressive to this day)

  29. Aeoli Pera says:

    >but then I guess you have to ask why they didn’t revert to docility after defeating the boars, but instead remain aggressive to this day

  30. Koanic says:

    > Dr. McCarthy provides zero evidence for his human origin theory beyond ‘blokes kinda look like pigs to me’.

    This is so false it indicates either dishonesty or stupidity.

  31. Obadiah says:

    >”Does it have to be the mare species? Because if that’s true in e.g. dog breeding, that would strongly imply Tex’s narrative is incorrect.”

    I think Tex is a “big picture” type of thinker who can be a bit disregardful toward the various particulars and details of the very large ideas that he’s trying to express and convey.

  32. Obadiah says:

    Mature Bonobos also sport a dark skin color that is appropriate of a species native to Subsaharan Africa:

    Whereas mature chimps are 14/88 white pride worldwide:

  33. Obadiah says:

    :3

    Chimps seem to have a very strong “switch” or very powerful fight or flight reflex that sits on a hair-trigger and gets “thrown” quickly with the right external stimuli and is probably inherited from boars. Travis lived with Sandra Herold for 13 years before suddenly and unexpectedly flying off the handle at someone who wasn’t his owner.

  34. Obadiah says:

    A sort of “chimpout”, if you will

  35. bicebicebice says:

    “Obadiah says:
    January 6, 2019 at 11:05 am
    Mature Bonobos also sport a dark skin color that is appropriate of a species native to Subsaharan Africa:”

    looks like an orc straight from the 1978 LOTR, or a d&d orc, or a “vampire bat” legendoid…

    “Travis lived with Sandra Herold for 13 years before suddenly and unexpectedly flying off the handle at someone who wasn’t his owner.” sounds like the famous american pavement-ape now also in europe.

  36. bicebicebice says:

    the day of the manbearbonobopig is coming (notice the black pig walking the background). if you can raise them from the dead (?!?); why can’t you raise a neanderthal?

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