Posted in Tradition on Thursday, September 3, 2015 by Joel Höglund

The existence of human races has become an infected topic the last decades. To even talk about race as something other than a "social construct" might get you shunned from the public sphere. This has little to do with the reality of race however. In this section we will discuss the current science of race biology, the genetic and archaeological tools used, and classify and study the different human races through history and today.

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DNA research confirms significant Aryan ancestry of Europeans

Posted in Aryan on Jan 11, 2017

I thought it could be interesting to look at some recent DNA research on the ancestry of Europe. Although the story doesn't begin here, around the end of the last Ice age, we find dispersed populations of hunter-gatherers all over Europe (…

Who were the Aryans?

Posted on Feb 12, 2016

With the sad state that our education system is in, the only agreed upon answer is that wherever they came from, they have no association to white Europeans. My own minimal education on the subject consisted essentially of the idea that the…

World population by ethnicity and race

Posted in Data on Jan 21, 2016

 Alright! This is a small project I've been working on this week. It is an interactive chart showing the global statistics on ethnicities of all countries.  While I'm still not completely satisfied with it, I decide to upload it now, mostly…

Data and statistics on race

Posted on Jan 21, 2016

As it is often difficult to find good statistics and data on the subject of race, we aim to gather some in this section. I have been working on an interactive chart on ethnicity data, but have been having some issues with Umbraco. It shoul…

Is race a social construct?

Posted on Oct 15, 2015

The existence of different human races has been a controversial question in the public discourse the last couple of decades. Here we will look at the two main positions and try to understand race in a biological sense. Race as a social con…