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Mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor solution?

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Awlsew
1 minute ago, Piney said:

Yes. 

 

But if it is 'faded' black hair that turned red after death...

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Regardless of the origin of the Caucasian mummies in China, again the reason why they won't open the tomb of Qin is they may find a Caucasian in there..

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Awlsew
3 minutes ago, Piney said:

Google Scythian hair colors.....

I just did.

Caucasians. Scythians were Caucasians. 

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Piney
7 minutes ago, Awlsew said:

But if it is 'faded' black hair that turned red after death...

Could be either.In Xinjiang there is even blond haired blue eyed people with Asian features.

Google "Uigurs" . 

 

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Piney
5 minutes ago, Awlsew said:

I just did.

Caucasians. Scythians were Caucasians. 

and spoke Eastern Iranian. 

Then again Kurds and Iranians are Caucasian. "Iran" is just a form of "Aryan". 

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Awlsew
1 minute ago, Piney said:

Could be either.In Xinjiang there is even blond haired blue eyed people with Asian features.

Google "Uigurs" . 

 

Yes, but these mummies they keep digging up in China, especially in 'tomb complexes' seem to always be Caucasian with Caucasian DNA.

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Awlsew
1 minute ago, Piney said:

and spoke Eastern Iranian. 

Then again Kurds and Iranians are Caucasian. "Iran" is just a form of "Aryan". 

Sure. 'Persians' perhaps a better term than Iranians, when referring to the ancient Caucasian non-Muslim folk who lived there at the time.

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Piney
1 minute ago, Awlsew said:

Yes, but these mummies they keep digging up in China, especially in 'tomb complexes' seem to always be Caucasian with Caucasian DNA.

Only in Xinjiang. Not in any Han areas. 

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Piney
1 minute ago, Awlsew said:

Sure. 'Persians' perhaps a better term than Iranians, when referring to the ancient Caucasian non-Muslim folk who lived there at the time.

Non-Semitic you mean. :lol:

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Awlsew
Just now, Piney said:

Only in Xinjiang. Not in any Han areas. 

Yes but under Qin, those areas were under one common government. 

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Awlsew
Just now, Piney said:

Non-Semitic you mean. :lol:

Black, Red, Yellow, White, or Brown perhaps for clarity.

The ancient mummies they have dug up in modern China are white.

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Piney
1 minute ago, Awlsew said:

Yes but under Qin, those areas were under one common government. 

Xinjiang was the "Wild West" during the Qin. It's where the "Di" (Barbarians) lived. 

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Awlsew
Just now, Piney said:

Xinjiang was the "Wild West" during the Qin. It's where the "Di" (Barbarians) lived. 

Yes, where the descendants of Alexander's army lived.

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jaylemurph

Yes, some of them. But it’s ahistorical to refer to any of these people by our modern (and wholly made-up) racial “types.”

—Jaylemurph 

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Piney
Just now, Awlsew said:

Yes, where the descendants of Alexander's army lived.

Some. Most of them were in Afghanistan. They were called Greco-Bactrians. 

One of them founded my school (Shaolin) 

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Awlsew

If they open the tomb of Qin, they may find a relative of this ancient Chinese person:

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Awlsew
Just now, Piney said:

Some. Most of them were in Afghanistan. They were called Greco-Bactrians. 

One of them founded my school (Shaolin) 

White Caucasians. Of which Qin might be kin.

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Awlsew
2 minutes ago, jaylemurph said:

Yes, some of them. But it’s ahistorical to refer to any of these people by our modern (and wholly made-up) racial “types.”

—Jaylemurph 

Exactly.

But what would the current Chinese Government do if they opened the tomb of Qin and found another Caucasian mummy?

Remember the specific topic of this thread: opening the tomb of Qin and why they won't do it today currently.

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It is the only reason why they won't open the tomb of Qin today.

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Hanslune
26 minutes ago, Awlsew said:

Regardless of the origin of the Caucasian mummies in China, again the reason why they won't open the tomb of Qin is they may find a Caucasian in there..

 

Just now, Awlsew said:

Exactly.

But what would the current Chinese Government do if they opened the tomb of Qin and found another Caucasian mummy?

Remember the specific topic of this thread: opening the tomb of Qin and why they won't do it today currently.

They'd obviously scream, detonate some nuclear weapons, ban hoisen sauce and kill everyone red-headed north of of the Mediterranean...you know sane stuff.  They would have to as their civilization would then crash.

 

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Awlsew
7 minutes ago, Hanslune said:

 

They'd obviously scream, detonate some nuclear weapons, ban hoisen sauce and kill everyone red-headed north of of the Mediterranean...you know sane stuff.  They would have to as their civilization would then crash.

 

Lol.

They could find a Caucasian. After that who knows what would happen.

They bess keep it shut so folks ain't gotta adjust their cladograms 'eh?

What could be worse than cladogram reclassification. 

 

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Piney
8 minutes ago, Awlsew said:

White Caucasians. Of which Qin might be kin.

In Japanese we call him Daruma.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bodhidharma

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jaylemurph
12 minutes ago, Awlsew said:

It is the only reason why they won't open the tomb of Qin today.

You’re not great at telling the difference between fact and opinion, are you?

—Jaylemurph 

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Awlsew
Just now, jaylemurph said:

You’re not great at telling the difference between fact and opinion, are you?

—Jaylemurph 

Lol. Your rhetoric is on one track.  

Shall I spell it out for you?

1. FACT - they won't open the tomb of Qin.

2. OPINION - the only reason why is they might find a Caucasian mummy in there 

Isn't that what I have said with every post in this thread?

 

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