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Survival Experts NEVER Talk About This: Genetics and Strategic Relocation

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7 thoughts on “Survival Experts NEVER Talk About This: Genetics and Strategic Relocation

  1. You are 100% accurate in this video CP. This is something that is true that nobody ever talks about because idiots think it’s racist to talk about it. There is nothing racist about basic facts, there is a reason why we are all different. We are different because most of us adapted to different environments and we evolved to survive in those environments. Stick a black bear in the Arctic and it will die. Stick a polar bear near the equator it will die to. The reason why because those two animals evolved to live in different environments and humans are the same way. Thulean perspective has a lot of great videos about this very topic, and I highly recommend them.

  2. I’m Eurasian and Australian-born and raised but my ancestors are from Burma/Myanmar. I travelled all over S.E. Asia and it felt like home. Especially in Brunei/Java with extreme humidity. I found I was perfectly adapted to it while Caucasians were wiltering beside me. I love thick dense air and tropical climes.

  3. Get the hell out of the city, the more people around, the more food that is consumed. Go Rural and homeschool/online. Public schools are nasty, I graduated last year from high school. 13,000 hours of indoctrination and WiFi zapping your private parts so you won’t even have kids and you’ll get cancer and die faster. My time for an education wasn’t worth it. Only reason you should be in the city is for a job.

  4. I doubt it would take that many generations to adapt more suitably to an environment. My mother and one of her brothers were born in Canada, while the other siblings were born in England. You could pick out a difference with those two because they tan more darkly and sooner than their parents and siblings. After one generation they already display a minor adaptation to the new environment.
    I think it’s more practical to take inventory on your mental and physical traits, and honestly plot out both the positive and negative aspects of each. Aside from defects, most traits have both.
    For example: I’ve got hypermobility syndrome. This can, and has saved me from breaking bones sliding off the ice-cake front steps, but it means repetitive work wears out my joints very quickly, and mountain climbing is a suicidal prospect. This would also be a disadvantage if I were to use firearms, meaning it would be extremely important to exercise grip strength, get the lightest pull legally allowed, and preferably make sure I could use two fingers on the trigger.

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