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  1. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/335367505...

    https://www.researchgate.net/publication/335367505_Neolithic_population_crash_in_northwest_Europe_associated_with_agricultural_crisis
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  2. history is not a straight line and often it makes...

    history is not a straight line and often it makes a strange turn
    we're the result of many events and mixtures and we should get rid of stereotypes
    more than 99 % of the human DNA is the same...
  3. you mention David Anthony yes the IE did have a...

    you mention David Anthony
    yes the IE did have a warrior culture
    but maybe you should reread the last chapters
    how the BMAC cities lost their influence
    no destruction, the BMAC elite remained in...
  4. when there is environmental stress it comes down...

    when there is environmental stress it comes down to survival of the fittest
    not only on the steppe, it is like this worldwide
    the palatial dynasties were just not fit enough, just like the...
  5. My dear Angela, where did I say they were...

    My dear Angela,
    where did I say they were peaceful?
    I merely pointed out some circumstances which may have triggered the EBA-MBA transition and you accuse me of being biased.
    I obviously said...
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    the origin of the urnfield is not northern...

    the origin of the urnfield is not northern europe, the carpathian basin is more likely
  7. The EBA-MBA transition was likely triggered by...

    The EBA-MBA transition was likely triggered by climate change.
    And it didn't just happen in Greece.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/4.2-kiloyear_event

    Ancient Egypt[edit]In c. 2150 BC, Egypt was...
  8. also the Incas had copper and gold it is not...

    also the Incas had copper and gold
    it is not clear to me whether they had only native copper or they were actualy melting ores
    they could raise an army of 200.000 men and went to war all the time...
  9. they were hammering and annealing copper to get...

    they were hammering and annealing copper to get rid of the impurities and to put it in shape
    afaik they didn't melt ores
    they found pure ('native') copper between lake superior and lake michigan
    I...
  10. what destruction? what proto-Greek? the...

    what destruction?
    what proto-Greek?

    the dating of Logkas samples suggests they are proto-Mycenian, not proto-Greek

    and re proto-Greek invasion, if there was one, we don't know wether they are...
  11. afaik, all Jomon Y-DNA sequenced till now belong...

    afaik, all Jomon Y-DNA sequenced till now belong to haplo D1b-Z3660
  12. here neolithic means with pottery, not...

    here neolithic means with pottery, not agriculture
    here is the oldest pottery found in the world : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xianren_Cave
    19-20 ka near the Yangzi river
    also earliest findings...
  13. Schöningen 300.000 years ago? Sima de los Huesos...

    Schöningen 300.000 years ago?
    Sima de los Huesos 400.000 years ago was not Neanderthal yet, but pretty close.

    Neandertahl findings older than 130.000 years are very rare, but afaik oldest...
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    what do they mean by Y haplo H3a1? Is it H-P96? ...

    what do they mean by Y haplo H3a1? Is it H-P96?

    https://www.yfull.com/tree/H-P96/
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    Is this Levantine influx Natufian, PPNA or PPNB ?...

    Is this Levantine influx Natufian, PPNA or PPNB ?
    As far as I know, Levantine ceramic started later than Anatolian ceramic, and Zagros ceramic was the first.
  16. Bacho Kiro is further north on the Balka...

    Bacho Kiro is further north on the Balka Peninsula.
    The paleolithic DNA from Bacho Kiro is a dead end.
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    My impression is that the mood in Scandinavia has...

    My impression is that the mood in Scandinavia has shifted completely during the 2015 migration crisis.
    Political correctness still exists and is still being preached and broadcasted through certain...
  18. it should be 100 % El Miron (I*) or a mixture of...

    it should be 100 % El Miron (I*) or a mixture of El Miron with WHG (I1/I2)
  19. should be interesting

    should be interesting
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    crucifixion for amusement

    that is at least what the Smithsonian claims in this video


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=76rx4fAaX94
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    Cappadocia was the obsidian center of SW Asia....

    Cappadocia was the obsidian center of SW Asia.
    That is how Central Anatolia got involved in agriculture.
    Obsidian was traded for cereals and goat and sheep.
    I wonder what they got in exchange from...
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    a lot of idiotisms exist on social media, but the...

    a lot of idiotisms exist on social media, but the 'woke' movement goes beyond that
    with tv and traditional media and celebrities and 'scientists' and 'experts' involved
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    https://www.theguardian.com/global-development/202...

    https://www.theguardian.com/global-development/2021/feb/23/revealed-migrant-worker-deaths-qatar-fifa-world-cup-2022

    all those famous soccer players who earn tens of millions every year find it...
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=55B3eLvH-LY

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=55B3eLvH-LY
  25. Female rulers in early bronze age Iberia

    “In Argaric society, at the time that elite women were buried with diadems, elite men were preferentially buried with a sword and a dagger. These men were buried with fewer personal ornaments than...
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