NPA personality theory
[ Post a Response | NPA personality theory ]
Re: Nonsanguine Model
Implicitly we have been referring to a basic principle in NPA genetics: that the occurrence of a non-sanguine type in a sanguine habitancy means that the non-sanguine individual must have heritage from elsewhere. That is, the non-sanguinity could not have arisen de novo in that locality (a non-sanguine individual must have at least one parent who is also non-sanguine).
Or, "A non-sanguine individual cannot arise in a locale where all individuals are sanguine".
Note that the converse is not true: NPA or NA sanguine types can still arise (as "hybrids") in a locale where all individuals are non-sanguine.
Or, "A sanguine individual *can* arise in a locale where all individuals are non-sanguine".