Originally posted by BirdieNumNum
Originally posted by King-Anu
lol talking about "discordant"
, i noticed following "discordant" notes in your research-
1. page 1=> I answered the questions. I might have even been the first one to do so. So your conclusion above ref me is false. Kabhi toh credit doh
2. the question at the start presented two choices Fair OR dark. Somewhere along the way, we seem to have added a third (Do not care). Shifty, very shifty fox.
so much for folks being able to debate.
This proposition or that proposition means mongolians, DNA sequences, both, hmongs. It's really fun stuff, isn't it?
btw, coming to do not care, what is meant by that? Koi bhi chalega?
1- You indeed answered the questions on first page. However I still do not know if you are fair or dark compared to average sub-continent person. Therefore you are showing up as incomplete.
2- The idea to test "NumNum theory of Beautivity" came somehwere in between. It has nothing to do with first page anyway. Initial pages were just asking about those 3 questions.
3- You later said those who say dark is beautiful are themselves with that shade. I then thought that it could also be that those who are fair in our society tend to be more confident of themselves and therefore more positive as well. This is why I dont think NumNum theory of beauty will hold true as such people will dilute the results.
4- I did say it was not apriori meaning not set from the start.
5- As I said technically it should be fair is better, dark is better or do not care. However I think two group do makes sense from social point of view. On one hand are people who find fair better. On the other hand are people who do not believe in that mindset that fair is better. It also helped with numbes
I dont think this is going anywhere. We are not getting new data. I also agree there is element of saying all this in front of others as well. Thats is usually a problem with any self-report.
Lets leave the NumNum theory of beautivity for people to decide. lol