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Full disclosure: my wife comes from a family of redheads, all of whom are very proud of this fact. The genesis of this article started during one of the marathon sessions where she read a huge list of wikipedia facts about redheads to me and how awesome they are for the umpteenth time.Not that this is unique to her family- redheads as a group are quite proud of their red-headed heritage, as evidenced by the multitude of redhead t-shirts and other kitschy redhead apparel you’ll find everywhere. At any rate, while looking up the evidence for my takedown piece, I discovered two things: 1) despite popular belief, redheads are in fact not dying out. redheads may, in fact, be genetically superior to their black, brown, and blonde haired brothers and sisters (as evidenced by their Gaelic ancestors practically building America). if you’re not familiar with the claim here, let’s catch you up.The senior lecturer at Edinburgh University said: “There are redheads in Scandinavia and there doubtless were redheaded Vikings.Redheadedness is a north and western European trait, but the pattern of redheads in the British Isles is more consistent with the ancient indigenous Celtic inhabitants who were here before the Vikings and the Anglo-Saxons.Interestingly, this has broad implications and could explain much of the cultural stigma against them beyond just having red hair.For example, redheads were often suspected of having magical powers or being witches- a stigma often levied at people that are genetically more intelligent on average (like left-handed people).She said: “Rather than being some kind of band of cutthroat, lawless pirates, hepped up to the back teeth on magic mushrooms, they were, in fact, a very organised and orderly society.“They did have what can only be described as a hawk-like foreign policy, but when they arrived at a place they ruled it with the utmost legality.They were settlers and traders who left their imprint on our legal system, boat building techniques, literature, languages and place names, not to mention our appearance.
In fact, it was because they found them more attractive: they didn’t approach them because of fear of rejection, assuming the redheaded women were more assertive and temperamental. It’s not that redheads feel pain more- in fact, they feel a different kind of pain entirely.
But their weird drug interactions don’t end there- for example, preliminary studies from the same team above show they are easier to treat with certain drugs than others.
The final conclusion that the Aalborg University study drew was that the ‘redhead’ gene (or MC1R for you scientistas out there) is far more intricate and complex than the simple blonde or brown haired gene, affecting far more of the body beyond red hair- in fact, we’ve only scratched the surface!
The Vikings maybe brought a few red-hair genetic variants over with them, but the majority of redheads were already here.”Previously it has been argued that Scotland’s poor climate was responsible for the high frequency of the ginger mutation.
Emily Pritchard, a Ph D genetics student at Edinburgh University, made global headlines when she published a paper postulating that in areas where summer temperatures were cooler, and winter days were shorter, people with ginger hair were more likely to survive and evolve.