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Is anyone else jealous of their sibling for inheriting chad genes?

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My dad is tall and has really handsome facial features, instead I got all of my mom's features pisses me off how my brother who's gay by the way inherits looks that people would kill for.
 
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Me too. All the males in my family are Tyrones and I'm the only one who is a subhuman. I inherited my mom's height genes which makes me 5'4". I would have been over 6 feet if genetic recombination wasn't such a bitch.
 
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my sister worked as a model for a little more than an year while i kept being a fat sack of shit rotting in my room
 
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oblivioncel said:
my sister worked as a model for a little more than an year while i kept being a fat sack of shit rotting in my room

I don't know how you didn't just take the rope and end it.
 
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jagged0 said:
I don't know how you didn't just take the rope and end it.

until recently anime and literature provided me with good enough escapism to avoid to wrap my head around it too much, but as of late the self-awareness is kicking in again so i doubt i'll resist the temptation of necking myself for too long
 
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My brother has everything I ever wanted (thanks to genetics) and treated me like shit all my life. I will not cry at his funeral.
 
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My little brother is on the incel path as well. No Chads in my family.
 
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No, not exactly...

I am a disabled autistic ethnicel. However, my older paternal cousins are NT and have degrees in Sociology/Business. They enjoyed a rich childhood of socialization(I sat in the basement alone fidgeting), sports(I couldn't play them without tripping or having poor coordination), friends(I was bullied). My parents fought violently each day. I'm also short, 5'3.

ASD 1



[UWSL]By adding up the effect sizes of the highlighted variants we calculated your polygenic score for systemizing to be 2.30. To determine whether your score is high or low, we compared it to the scores of 5,000 other Nebula Genomics users. We found that your polygenic score for systemizing is in the 96th percentile. This means that it is higher than the polygenic scores 96% of people. We consider this to be a very high genetic predisposition to systemizing.[/UWSL] However, please note that genetic predispositions do not account for important non-genetic factors like lifestyle. Furthermore, the genetics of most traits has not been fully understood yet and many associations between traits and genetic variants remain unknown. For additional explanations, click on the column titles in the table below and visit our Nebula Library tutorial.

Of-course, there are certain benefits...ASD is genetically associated with higher intelligence, as well as lower intelligence.

I have a brain lesion, though my natural IQ is probably ~108.

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The hypersystemizing theory of autism suggests that autistic individuals, on average, have superior attention to detail, and a stronger drive to systemize. Systemizing involves identifying input-operation-output relationships. Here, we report the results of genome-wide association studies (GWAS) of systemizing measured using the Systemizing Quotient - Revised in n = 51,564 individuals.

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These initial clinical observations have been quantified using different measures. For example, on a self-report measure of systemizing (the Systemizing Quotient – Revised, or the SQ-R)4, autistic adults, on average, score significantly higher than non-autistic individuals4,5. The same pattern of results is seen in autistic children, using the parent-report version of the SQ6. Systemizing is also highly correlated with aptitude in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM)7. Fathers and grandfathers of children with autism are significantly overrepresented in the field of engineering8. The same is true of mothers9. This is in line with higher rates of autism in geographical regions that have higher rates of people working in fields such as information technology, like Eindhoven in the Netherlands10. Further, autistic individuals are more likely to enrol in STEM majors (34.31%) compared to the general population (22.8%) and other learning disabilities (18.6%)11. STEM professionals also score significantly higher on measures of autistic traits (mean = 21.92, SD = 8.92) compared non-STEM professionals (mean = 18.92, SD = 8.48)12. Finally, unpublished work from Sweden suggests that high technical IQ in fathers increases risk for autism in children. A few studies have also investigated systemizing in other psychiatric traits and conditions, including schizotypy13 and anorexia nervosa14.


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Rarity:


PopulationGroupSample SizeRef AlleleAlt Allele
PopulationGroupSample SizeRef AlleleAlt Allele
TotalGlobal214716G=0.770222A=0.229778
EuropeanSub187686G=0.776286A=0.223714
AfricanSub7752G=0.9547A=0.0453
African OthersSub276G=0.993A=0.007
African AmericanSub7476G=0.9533A=0.0467
AsianSub796G=0.347A=0.653
East AsianSub618G=0.307A=0.693
Other AsianSub178G=0.483A=0.517

Here we report a meta-analysis for intelligence of 78,308 individuals. We identify 336 single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) (METAL P<5×10−8) in 18 genomic loci, of which 15 are novel. Roughly half are located inside a gene, implicating 22 genes, of which 11 are novel findings. Gene-based analyses identified an additional 30 genes (MAGMA P<2.73×10−6), of which all but one have not been implicated previously.

A very uncommon among Blacks.


Also:


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My Variant:

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PopulationGroupSample SizeRef AlleleAlt Allele
PopulationGroupSample SizeRef AlleleAlt Allele
Total Global7920G=0.3301A=0.0000, C=0.6699, T=0.0000
European Sub7116G=0.2919A=0.0000, C=0.7081, T=0.0000
African Sub510G=0.820A=0.000, C=0.180, T=0.000
African Others Sub22G=0.77A=0.00, C=0.23, T=0.00
African American Sub488G=0.822A=0.000, C=0.178, T=0.000
Asian Sub4G=0.0A=0.0, C=1.0, T=0.0
East Asian Sub2G=0.0A=0.0, C=1.0, T=0.0

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