AM583233

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AM583233 ( Linnaeus: Americanus Rubescens) is one of the anatomically modern Homo sapiens which refers to members of the species Homo sapiens with an appearance of modern humans considered to have Amerindian features or a non-European accent.


Nomenclature and anatomy

The term AM583233 comes from Samuel George Morton craniometry system[1] in which "AM" refers to the americas and the number 583233 refers to Morton's cranial capacity study of the ethnic groups highligthing the cubic centimetres of the brain size of each ethnic group: Caucasian, Negroid and Mongoloid in which the average american brain size goes from 1.377 to 1.229 cm3[2]

  • Camper Scale

Based in Petrus Camper measurement method.[3], the AM583233 have a facial angle of 68° from the forehead until the edge of his face, with an average weight of 85 to 90 kilos and an average height of 1.86cm apearing in between the 5th and the 6th position of Camper's study of racial types.

Camper's study of racial types classified by angle from the orangutan to the Pythian Apollo

Geographic range

Although most of the Americanus Rubescens can be found in the whole american continent the subspecie known as AM583233 its originally from the southern region of america: 4° 35′ 0″ N, 74°4′0″ W. As the first ships from Christopher Columbus arrived in South America in the country now days called Colombia in memory of those first counquers who arrive to the New World. However since 1980 a big range of inhabitants of the so called developing countries start the Immigration to Europe and Immigration to the United States process, generating a wide range of Americanus Rubescens to be found in diferent developed countries arround the world [4]

Geographic Range

Ethnical Denomination

After the arrival of the expeditions to the New World by Christopher Columbus and the Spanish Conquistadores in 1492, looking for new routes to conect Europe with India a whole new chapter of races was created by the mixing of the Europeans, Negroid and the Indigenous or Native people in the american continent, based on this phenomena Carl Linnaeus developed the term Americanus Rubescens

Face measurements based on Cesare Lombroso criminal anthropology
  • Spanish Caste System

The Caste System also known as Casta used for the Spanish Conquers to diferenciate the people from the southern american continent into 9 sub-categories in a scale from the European race until the African race.

(Spanish, Criollos, Indios, Mestizos, Castizos, Cholos, Pardos, Mulattos, Zambos, Negros)

  • Modern Nomenclature

Nowdays all the spanish caste system terms to define the Americanus Rubescens are used trough the whole southamerica as a ethnical nomenclature system, However in the spanish from Spain slang some new terms have been created, such as Sudaca or Panchito [5]

Behavior

Even though all the Homo sapiens have shown to have the same social behavior as a specie, there is a big behavior diference between different cultures and societies. In the Geographical Range were the most Americanus Rubescens live in comunity is considered the second dangerous place to live. [6] Highlighting tree special features:

Hand Meassurements based on Havelock Ellis theory
  • Homicide Rate

Colombia the country that honors Christopher Columbus is since 1995 one of the top 10 countries with Highest Homicide Rates in the world with an average of 28,837 homicides per year. (2002) List of countries by intentional homicide rate

  • Drug issue

80% of the Cocaine world wide is provided by the Illegal drug trade in Colombia

  • Civil War

Colombian conflict (1964–present)

See also


References

Further reading

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  • Stephen J. Gloud, "The mismeasurement of man" 1981.
  • Londa Schiebinger, " Nature's Body" 1993.

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