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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie P. (NY) View Post
    Nope. Males are heterogametic (two types of chromosome) and females are homogametic (one type of chromosome).

    And in humans 0.02% are "other". In clones - females can only produce more females.



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    Quote Originally Posted by ECS View Post
    It is interesting to note that SINCLAIR BREWING GROUP, direct descendants of Henry Sinclair, named their strongest ale after Skullsplitter Einarsson, but no ale named after Henry Sinclair in honor his alleged voyage to Nova Scotia.
    Maybe they hadn't read Dana Jean Muir's Sinclair Journal series of books...
    or maybe they know that voyage never occurred.
    There are a bunch of lakes around the Great Lakes and on Islands named Sinclair or St. Clair.
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    79th most popular surname in Scotland. Goes back to the Jurassic Period.

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    Not that popular in Canada or the USA
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    For that matter, "Li" is the most common surname in Canada.

    https://infogalactic.com/info/List_o..._North_America

    But because someone named a lake after Saint Claire (of Assisi) may just mean that Franciscans or Jesuits were hanging about. In fact, Lake St. Clair was named on her feast day in 1679 (look it up). And in the Northern US Saint Clair County, MI, Saint Clair River (Lake Huron/Canada), Saint Clair Shores, MI - all named for her.

    And if you go looking for place names in the US and Canada with a Scottish surname you'll have a big list, indeed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie P. (NY) View Post
    79th most popular surname in Scotland. Goes back to the Jurassic Period.

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    Sinclair actually owns a town in Wyoming, not far from where I had a cabin and my family is from Port Huron on the St. Clair River.

    Cheers, Loki

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie P. (NY) View Post
    79th most popular surname in Scotland.
    Goes back to the Jurassic Period.

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    The Sinclairs were the first to domesticate dinosaurs and were ridden by expat French Templars led by Henry Sinclair at the Battle of Bannockburn turning the tide of battle in favor of the Scots.
    The Sinclair Chapel at Rosslyn has a hidden carved motif of dinosaurs and Templars at this battle and coconuts and coir being fed to them as a victory treat.
    ...and that is how it happened, give or take an exaggeration or two or three...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ECS View Post
    The Sinclairs were the first to domesticate dinosaurs and were ridden by expat French Templars led by Henry Sinclair at the Battle of Bannockburn turning the tide of battle in favor of the Scots.
    The Sinclair Chapel at Rosslyn has a hidden carved motif of dinosaurs and Templars at this battle and coconuts and coir being fed to them as a victory treat.
    ...and that is how it happened, give or take an exaggeration or two or three...
    I have recently (two days ago) come across some information that leads me to believe that Templars did make a showing at Bannockburn Creek!

    Cheers, Loki
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    The Knight's Templar were there no matter what historians say otherwise. I know where most of them stayed. And the brotherhood that supplied them after their arrival in 1307 or early 1308. In 1395 and 1398 there were 113 Knights that did not return home. And there were many more in 1357 and earlier. Of the 113 Knight's left behind by Sir Henry Sinclair 54 were from France or Flanders. Six Knights from Flanders and seven others along with a crew of 14, total of 27 died when their ship sank in Mahone Bay. The cross found by Gary Drayton most likely was worn by one of those six Knight's that drowned in Mahone Bay in June 1395.
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    Is this "research" gleaned from Diana Jean Muir's fictionalized "The Lost Templar Journals of Prince Henry Sinclair"?
    "Henry Sinclair, Earl of Orkney, didn't go to America"- Brian Smith, Shetland Archivist, New Orkney Antiquarian Journal
    'Nuff Said!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ECS View Post
    Is this "research" gleaned from Diana Jean Muir's fictionalized "The Lost Templar Journals of Prince Henry Sinclair"?
    "Henry Sinclair, Earl of Orkney, didn't go to America"- Brian Smith, Shetland Archivist, New Orkney Antiquarian Journal
    'Nuff Said!
    No!

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    Quote Originally Posted by franklin View Post
    The Knight's Templar were there no matter what historians say otherwise. I know where most of them stayed. And the brotherhood that supplied them after their arrival in 1307 or early 1308. In 1395 and 1398 there were 113 Knights that did not return home. And there were many more in 1357 and earlier. Of the 113 Knight's left behind by Sir Henry Sinclair 54 were from France or Flanders. Six Knights from Flanders and seven others along with a crew of 14, total of 27 died when their ship sank in Mahone Bay. The cross found by Gary Drayton most likely was worn by one of those six Knight's that drowned in Mahone Bay in June 1395.
    And, no matter what the evidence indicates, you crack me up

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    Quote Originally Posted by lokiblossom View Post
    I have recently (two days ago) come across some information that leads me to believe that Templars did make a showing at Bannockburn Creek!
    Does this have to do with the peat bog discovery of a dinosaur body complete with a saddle with a Templar cross engraved on the horn resting upon a bed of coir?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lokiblossom View Post
    I have recently (two days ago) come across some information that leads me to believe that Templars did make a showing at Bannockburn Creek!
    The Knights Templar Green Dino Patrol led by Henry Sinclair?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ECS View Post
    The Knights Templar Green Dino Patrol led by Henry Sinclair?
    Don't even know what that is cousin, perhaps you could explain it?
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