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Concerning R1B. What do you fellows think of Jean Manco's theory? I don't know all the details, but part of it seems to suggest that R1b folk brought lactose tolerance to Europe from Anatolia, and that their pathway was via the Dardanelles and then northward following the Black Sea coast (that's an option not mentioned by Goga), where they joined the Trypilians, and then participated in the westward movement of the IE's, acquiring the language in the process. Some of their groups, settled in Central Europe blossomed forth extremely successfully in the 3rd millenium BCE, "giving birth" to, among others, P-312 and U-106.