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Polish genome - are you familiar with it


rybnik 18 | 1,461
30 Jul 2011 #31
Here is a video of the KoĊ‚obrzeg Sunrise Festival

Daaamn! Those Polki were HOT!.....where the hell were they when I was there? Must be the diet or something.....I'm in love.....
Zara tu stara
30 Jul 2011 #32
Old Norse settlers in Poland were mentioned.
What wasn't mentioned are Old Polish "inhabitants" of Scandinavia.
See the Danish archaeologists findings about Slavic warriors from
Polish lands taking part in founding the state of Denmark.

au.dk/om/nyheder/nyhed/artikel/harald-blaatands-vikinger-var-polske-le jesoldater/

Cheers
OP Monia
30 Jul 2011 #33
I couldn`t read coz I don`t speak that language . Use a google translator and make some corrections to the text to become more understandable for the rest of us , pls:)
NomadatNet 1 | 457
30 Jul 2011 #34
(I am not knowledgable about all these DNA things, their details.. but, I have a theory about this visual appearences.)

Hair and skin colors may change by climate too. Take a Pole to hot Mediterranean seaside here for, say, 20 years, his skin color will definitely darker than even that of people who are in the north of Turkey. Hair colors too will change, will be darker. We here in Turkey see such differences between people of different climate regions in Turkey. Their hair, skin colors change a lot. Skin and hair color changes between north and south of Poland can be due to something like that, climate effect.
OP Monia
31 Jul 2011 #35
Skin and hair color changes between north and south of Poland can be due to something like that, climate effect.

Are you aware of the fact that the climate in Poland is the same in all parts of Poland and there are no sun exposure or temperature disparities between southern and northern parts of our country ?
NomadatNet 1 | 457
31 Jul 2011 #36
But, from here at a distant, I don't see difference between Poles of north and south either. It is like we see all black Africans same, but, they probably see some skin color differences in themselves too. In Turkey, this difference can be seen even from distance. A person from southeastern of Turkey is as dark as syrians while one from north eastern turkey is as light as russians, one from western region is as olive skin as a greek, due to much climate changes here. So, what skin color difference you see in two Poles, one from north and one from south there may not be seen by me.
czar 1 | 143
6 Aug 2011 #37
thanks again for that sunrise festival vid, made me feel good and old at the same time

i think i saw crow and southern @ 0:27

i have mostly polish blood but also danish and hungarian and german and irish

but my polish side is darker and i have light features

i look like viking and i think norse people today look more like adult babies
Pierdolski - | 31
10 Feb 2012 #38
i look like viking and i think norse people today look more like adult babies

LOL

adult baby
CelticPierogi22
7 Oct 2012 #39
OK people, you better think more carefully now. Poles do have a Celtic influence, do some research!!!! And Poles are more closely related to Germans than to Vikings, which, by the way, are also descended from Germans. So, Poles are not of Viking descent. Obviously, and through research, this is very clear!
jon357 69 | 18,492
7 Oct 2012 #40
Poles do have a Celtic influence

What 'influence' is that? DNA is just biology, nothing to do with the person.
Patrycja19 63 | 2,699
8 Oct 2012 #41
On 14 April 2003, a document was published , confirming the completion of sequencing the genome with 99% accuracy of 99.99%. Since that time it was possible to do more acurate research about our Polish ancestry by Polish researchers .

amazing information, I actually learned something , so in essence my family was basically in Poland for about 3000 years or so
according to this and some of the reading I did , scandinavian dna and of course finland, which is a small amount. So whomever
was my 30th great great grandfather ( so to speak) was part of the beginning of Poland.

So delph I say again , your were right I was not actually understanding what you meant, now i do, so to what is known about DNA

and Polish that I am basically like the ones who are in Poland now, and that is pretty cool to have this much information , it gives

me a better light on which direction I can or might take with my genealogy as well.

its funny, how i never seen this thread, but I guess I was meant to wait to see it , had I seen it earlier I would have not given

thought to it because I didnt have any DNA results to compare it to, so my DNA is actually the Norm for what they consider to be

Polish.
Peter Cracow
9 Oct 2012 #42
30th great great grandfather ( so to speak)

3000 years ago you "had" 536 870 912 great great so to speak 30th grandfathers.

3000 years ago you "had" 536 870 912 great great so to speak 30th grandfathers.

And probably it was 600 years ago.
jon357 69 | 18,492
9 Oct 2012 #43
3000 years ago you "had" 536 870 912 great great so to speak 30th grandfathers.

Sort of. Not to imply incest or anything, but the exact number would be far, far lower because if a detailed family tree could ever be constructed going that far back, the same individuals would reoccur many times. I'm not even sure the population of humans was anything like that until much later.
Orpheus - | 114
9 Oct 2012 #44
The fact that I am personally related to every member of PF fills me with a warm, fuzzy feeling of kinship. With exceptions.
aphrodisiac 11 | 2,441
9 Oct 2012 #45
somehow I cannot share you feeling;D
Peter Cracow
9 Oct 2012 #46
Poland had about 1 000 000 ppl that time, world no more than 100 000 000 in total.
What can I say? SODOMY, SODOMY!
jon357 69 | 18,492
9 Oct 2012 #47
Indeed.

I was lucky when tracing my family tree to find what genealogists call a 'gateway ancestor' - a person I can trace my line from directly, a. whose unusual name means she can't be mistaken for anyone else, and b. was posh enough to have her ancestry well recorded over the centuries. Quite fun to go back via the Earls of wherever, to King thingy, via the early medieval Polish monarchy, to much much further back, even unto mythology. Great fun, but does it actually mean anything?

For every ancestor that wore a crown, there were a thousand with dirty fingernails. And yes, they probably married their cousins.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,455
9 Oct 2012 #48
via the early medieval Polish monarchy

Does this mean that every time you get abused for not being Polish, you have a trump card to play?
jon357 69 | 18,492
9 Oct 2012 #49
If they're true ethnic Poles, maybe they should prostrate themselves and pay fealty. Do you know anywhere in Warsaw that sells crowns?
Patrycja19 63 | 2,699
10 Oct 2012 #50
The fact that I am personally related to every member of PF fills me with a warm, fuzzy feeling of kinship. With exceptions.

oh put the bottle away, lol

3000 years ago you "had" 536 870 912 great great so to speak 30th grandfathers.

ahem I said so to speak lol

WOW nothing like a good razzin, must mean I am loved.. lol
Anastazja83
28 Sep 2014 #51
I'm not sure some of you are referencing history far back enough. Poland is western Slavic and Northern European. Yes there was the Scandinavian conquests in the 17th century, but some are forgetting much earlier conquests of the Mongols, Tatars, etc. These conquests are why there are Poles with dark eyes and hair. True ethnic Slavic Poles are not "dark" but honestly most Poles are mixed of generations of others migrating and conquering. My mom's side is off the boat Polish, and we have the dna tests to prove so, and the darkest of her family were medium skin, green eyes, and medium brown hair. My Pap was full Polish and had blue eyes and strawberry blonde hair. I'm half Polish per my ancestry and dna and I have dark blonde hair, green eyes, and medium-light skin. I look more like my maternal family than paternal. Being "dark" isn't more real Polish anymore than being light. And who cares anyway? No one technically is full blooded anything... And no one can control how they are born.
Nazigeorge
10 Nov 2015 #52
I always knew that Polish people are ethnically superior this article explains why Polelock should continue maintaining incest to keep the master race alive
Levi 12 | 450
11 Nov 2015 #53
Yes there was the Scandinavian conquests in the 17th century, but some are forgetting much earlier conquests of the Mongols, Tatars, etc

Mongols conquering Poland???????

WTH are you saying?

And the tatars didn't conquered Poland, they just settled close to Bialystok and became farmers there.
CoolGuy13
11 Nov 2015 #54
Mongol invasions of Poland:

1240-1241 A.D.
1259-1260 A.D.
1287-1288 A.D.
Levi 12 | 450
11 Nov 2015 #55
Less than 1 year long campaigns that were defeated are not invasions at all.
Nazigeorge
11 Nov 2015 #56
Polelocks beat off the slant eyed Mongoloids before they could spawn bastards and even if they did spawned bastards Polelock would send them off to a Romanian orphanage
dolnoslask
11 Nov 2015 #57
Nazigeorge you are a naughty little troll.

We should all be glad that we have a rich variation of genome pools around the world, this diversity (which Poland is part of) may one day save all of us from some nasty disease that would wipe out the human race.

Sadly i don't think the troll's would even catch a cold.
Sczur - | 28
11 Nov 2015 #58
The genetic information would explain why the Germans considered some of the polish ethnicity valuable and rescued some orphans to start their colony at the end of the war there is sufficient evidence to believe German recolonisation in Antarctica


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