HAVING RED pilus is something distinctively Irish, as we have one of the highest frequencies of family line having red hair's-breadth in the world at 10 to 30 per cent. As that proportionality suggests, not everyone has it — and those that do are not guaranteed to have redheaded children. Reports circulated in the middle of the last decade, using a National earth science artefact as a source, that redheads were dying out and could be extinct by the end of the century.
NOT THE GINGERS! Global Warming Zealots Now Claim Redheads Will Soon Disappear | Global Climate Scam
By Eric Owens Global calefacient is a strange, inexorable force determined to take away our sandy beaches, our ski resorts, our air learning and everything cracking in life. That’s what well-paid people who fly around the world in huge jet airplanes keep threatening. And, wouldn’t you know it, now scientists are claiming that redheads may be wiped out in Scotland as the middle english third of the earth of Great Britain becomes sunnier as a result of climate change.
Cardinal rules: There’s a special something redheads share - The Boston Globe
When I was about 10 years old, my grandmother told me something I’ll never forget: “Redheads ne'er go gray.’’ It was our little secret, from one carrot-top to another. Nana wasn’t altogether correct, though, something I realized years later after discovering that her long color retention came from a semi-permanent rinse. What that statement capital to me now, is that there’s a hot chance there will be future redheads in my family - aid to Nana’s genes.