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August 22, 2003

Physical, physical.... (?)
Posted by razib at 06:21 PM




So, does she hold a college degree, and in what? Does she qualify as a "hot, geek chicks" by birth only or by some merit? Or is she just a "regression toward the mean"?

Posted by: scott at August 22, 2003 08:48 PM


Her pedigree has been known for some time. See the picture at

http://www.quipo.it/atosi/numero2/biografie/born.jpg

You can see the resemblance in the eyes and the brow-line.

There's a better one around -- full frontal and quite young where you can really see the resemblance. AH! Here's one:

http://www.bingo-ev.de/~kg666/verschie/physiker/born.htm

Any younger ones? Can't seem to find'em.

Posted by: walter kehowski at August 22, 2003 08:49 PM


GC,
Dolph doesn't just have "great genes" he makes the "ubermensch" look like a special ed child ;)

P.S. what is you opinion of someone like Dolph, with such great intellectual potential, picking careers in acting and bodyguarding, which require a lot less mental capacity then engineering or science?

Posted by: scott at August 22, 2003 08:54 PM


I'm really surprised by the info about Dolph Lundgren ! I always thought of him as some kind of male big-muscled bimbo.
From this biography he seems to be not only mentally superior but also physically elite .

Posted by: ogunsiron at August 23, 2003 12:50 AM


She's also a descendant of Martin Luther

Posted by: Fredrik at August 23, 2003 02:12 AM


re: onj. i knew that.

re: dolph. why so stupid? he's made more money as a male bimbo than most of his mit mates combined. you use the talents god gave ya.

Posted by: Diana at August 23, 2003 05:38 AM


ONJ's inherited talent (if any) probably comes from her father (Welsh or Scottish, if I recall correctly), who married Born's daughter while Born was prof. of physics at Edinburgh. The father is said to be musicallly gifted. Hmm... not so sure about this heredity business...

Posted by: David B at August 23, 2003 12:08 PM


Olivia Newton-John's father was a professor (http://hometown.aol.com/author31/discov.htm). Her brother is a doctor (http://www.onlyolivia.com/aboutonj/onjfaq.html#15a).

http://www.onlyolivia.com/onj.html
http://www.rollingstone.com/artists/bio.asp?oid=3542

Posted by: Proborders at August 23, 2003 12:41 PM