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    I'm sorry, but your time frame does not...

    I'm sorry, but your time frame does not correspond with the published scientific papers which discuss african admixture. African admixture in Southern Europe is dated 29 generations to 400AD, and...
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    LGBT are narcissistic hedonists who care of...

    LGBT are narcissistic hedonists who care of nothing other than their own mentally illness. I don't care for people's sexual preference, but LGBT is obviously more of an ideology rather than a...
  3. No, you cannot prove with the existence of an...

    No, you cannot prove with the existence of an older branch that the younger branch doesn't exist, even in Northern Europe or Scandinavia. It doesn't logically follow.
  4. Are you a bot?

    Are you a bot?
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    1) Donating to charity - Charities also don't...

    1) Donating to charity - Charities also don't exist, there is no red cross ringing a bell, and there are less people soliciting donations.

    2) Helping a stranger - in many of the countries people...
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    Poll: Yeah, you're right. I don't know the haplogroup,...

    Yeah, you're right. I don't know the haplogroup, my mistake. I thought I saw someone say it was haplogroup Q on another website but I must have misread it.
  7. You cannot validate a model. I tried to explain...

    You cannot validate a model. I tried to explain that to you with logic, but you don't seem to understand. Models work until they don't, and when they stop working (think economic models) the...
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    Poll: Population Genetic and Craniometric...

    Population Genetic and Craniometric Characterization of an Avar Period Individual from Croatia

    Matthew D Teasdale, Noreen von CramonTaubadel, Eppie R Jones, Mario Šlaus, Russell L McLaughlin,...
  9. No, what I was saying was that models will always...

    No, what I was saying was that models will always be prone to error and that they cannot be validated. There may be periods that have rapid mutation, aka Ghould's punctuated equilibrium, and mutaion...
  10. It doesn't seem that you understand how models...

    It doesn't seem that you understand how models work. If we create a model that is completely predictive of all known data, it will not give us certainty that that same model will be predictive of...
  11. Yes, I2a1b l178 was found amonst the samples. ...

    Yes, I2a1b l178 was found amonst the samples. I2a1b l178/m423 is dated at 8k years +/- 4k years. We now have samples at 8k years that confirms l178 is present so the lower range of l178 of 4-8k...
  12. From Eurogenes... Loschbour - Y-DNA...

    From Eurogenes...


    Loschbour - Y-DNA I2a1bMotala 2 - Y-DNA I
    Motala 3 -Y-DNA I2
    Motala12 - I2a1b

    Looks like the samples are I2a1b, putting a dent in the idiotic "i2a1b-din is only 2000 years...
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    You seem pretty ignorant yourself. Racism can be...

    You seem pretty ignorant yourself. Racism can be thought of as purely a result of kin selection. Attributing mental illness to kin selection is a rather bizarre way to describe an evolutionary...
  14. Because population growth in the last millennium...

    Because population growth in the last millennium made all prior frequencies obsolete.

    If you go back far enough the frequency of A would be highest because proto A would have been the only...
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    I created a map using data from IQ tests found in...

    I created a map using data from IQ tests found in Intelligence: A Unifying Construct for the Social Sciences by Richard Lynn & Tatu Vanhanen. Most of these tests go back into the 80s and 90s. Some...
  16. Not necessarily. If you are infected with HIV...

    Not necessarily. If you are infected with HIV and develop aids more rapidly as is indicated by the posts above, then the chance that you spread the disease should decrease because you are less...
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    I'm not going to debate the topic of agriculture...

    I'm not going to debate the topic of agriculture because it is irrelevant and purely based on speculation, not fact. We simply do not know how whether agriculture began with men or women. ...
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    Is there any evidence to support your hypothesis...

    Is there any evidence to support your hypothesis that women were the original farmers? This is pure speculation and it doesn't appear to be supported by evidence.

    I am not selling women short, i...
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    The problem with feminism is that women, en...

    The problem with feminism is that women, en masse, attempt to hide the fact that a large part of what they are is the machinery of the womb. In any biological point of view, an ability that requires...
  20. I didn't see your post, Nordic, I apologize for...

    I didn't see your post, Nordic, I apologize for that.

    I haven't had my genome sequenced, but I descend from the Southern part of Croatia.
  21. Yes, you are correct in believing that religion...

    Yes, you are correct in believing that religion would segregate gene flow. The most important influence, however, is geography.

    Although all Europeans might be related by 1 ancestor 1500 years...
  22. Let me try to explain the concept more clearly. ...

    Let me try to explain the concept more clearly.

    If all Europeans descended from Charlemagne, he is only 1 grandparent out of thousands or millions that you are descended from. The further you...
  23. It is trivial that you and another person share a...

    It is trivial that you and another person share a grandfather 1000 years ago.

    At 1000 years or 36 generations you have 68,719,476,736 nth grandparents. (assuming no inbreeding which is not...
  24. Of course the study will show a certain degree of...

    Of course the study will show a certain degree of Slavic influence in "YG" because the study includes Serbs. The study does not differentiate between Bosnian, Croatians, Serbians, and Montenegrins. ...
  25. Do you understand that it's expected, by virtue...

    Do you understand that it's expected, by virtue of hereditary genetics, that as you go back further in time it is more probable that two random people show more common ancestors? That's why two...
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