The Sons of Ancient Chinese Men in Northern and Eastern Europe

by anonymous contributor – AnonymouslyGold

yDNA haplogroups are inherited paternally.

yDNA haplogroup-N descends from haplogroup-NO [1] and is cousin to haplogroup-O. Haplogroup-N carriers originated in southern China and migrated into northern Eurasia after the last Ice Age [2][3].

High-frequency haplogroup-N carriers such as the Selkup, Nenet, and Yakut (90%) [4][5] exhibit full Chinese facial morphology [6][7][8].

Middle-frequency haplogroup-N carriers with high-frequency European mtDNA such as the Finns (60%), Latvians (40%), Lithuanians (40%), and Latvians (35%) [9] exhibit partial Chinese facial morphology [10].

Haplogroup-N carriers have elite-dominated much of Eastern Europe and Eurasia until as late as the 1800s:

Finns have the highest IQs in Europe [11]: “…if we assume a UK Greenwich meridian value of 100, this yields a Finnish national IQ of about 111, which is somewhat higher than the results of the educational achievement tests (105)…

Finns have the highest MENSA members per capita in Europe [12].

Finns perform better than the best of the best Europeans (urban East Germans) in educational achievement tests:

Finns and other haplogroup-N peoples are more masculine than East-Nordids (h-I) and East-Europids (h-R1a). Finns exhibit markers of comparatively higher prenatal testosterone (by proxy of postnatal measurements of (1) 2d4d ratio and (2) facial morphology) [13][14][15] that put them on par with Black Jamaicans and Zulus, and also markers of comparatively higher DHT (by proxy of (1) semen production and (2) testicle size and weight) [16]:

AnonymouslyGold is a Korean-American.