(Only in English)
A few times I have been asked to quote sources such as scientific or classical studies or especially books. I work a lot with classical studies (and have linked to such studies as often as possible) and books, but the readers should understand that these materials are under the Code of intellectual property and that I often can not copy them without obtaining specific authorization. This is generally impossible, firstly because of the politically incorrect content of some of the results that I present here, and secondly because these specific authorizations must of course be paid, and I can not pay all my sources .
In addition, if I quote books, I am faced with a third problem: the fact that most of my readers will not buy the books mentioned, or will not have easy access to them, and, in fact, they can not verify the information, and will remain in doubt regarding the validity of my work. This is why I chose to link my work primarily to the Internet. Internet is a great source for many topics and it has the advantage of being a free (in every way) source that is easy to access for all.
If you prefer books, and if you are skeptical about a data, you can send me an email to email@example.com and I’ll give you another source.
Here I will put links to a few available studies on various information about human races, as many wanted.
Summary: The authors have made a growth curve of the bi-parietal diameter of the African infant using observations taken on 350 African women who were followed up and delivered in their department.
Over all these curves of growth are smaller than the reference curves used in France. This study is a first contribution to the understanding of the mechanics of obstetrics in the African woman.
Please note that the foodstuffs are not sorted alphabetically (due to a translation from the French).
It is very easy to read this as a non-Christian, Kierkegaard was not a classical religious, and his thought is in fact much closer to the former European philosophy and it is much deeper and interesting than the atheistic existentialist writings of Heidegger, for example.