User talk:Richard Chepstow

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New logo large.png Meh. You signing up for a RationalWiki account doesn't really move us one way or the other, Richard Chepstow.

This is probably because of your poor, obvious attempts at trolling or displays of unwelcome behavior. Maybe you should try to examine our articles and mission statement first, or take a walk outside.

We realize that it's possible that you may be here in good faith, so we'll do our best to tolerate it. But don't expect us to get too excited.

Our Newcomers' Guide may help clarify things for you.

Reverend Black Percy (talk) 20:57, 25 September 2016 (UTC)

Human continental population FST[edit]

Its nowhere near 10-15%, but 3-4% from the latest study to genotype for 783 microsatellite polymorphisms (Rosenberg 2011). If you combined all the studies its well under 10%, see here:

"When we divide the populations into seven geographical regions and estimate three variance components, the within-population component is 93.9%, the among-population-within-region component is 2.4%, and the among-region component is 3.8%."

Like Fuerst, you're cherry picking outdated studies on blood groups and serum proteins to get the higher figure.Goblin Face Sciborg S Patel (talk) 21:50, 25 September 2016 (UTC)