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  1. Slavic is not heavily influenced by iranian....

    Slavic is not heavily influenced by iranian. Mainly it's so-called "Visarga stage"; lost of final word syllable "-as" and replacing it with short vowel "-รบ", so in late proto-Slavic "Wilkos" became...
  2. Trziniec was Baltic. Neighbouring Komarov culture...

    Trziniec was Baltic. Neighbouring Komarov culture was Slavic. It was related to basical Trziniec, but still different, and was on the border with the future Scythians (forest Slavs vs Steppe...
  3. Actually, the reallity is that M458 language is...

    Actually, the reallity is that M458 language is most likely dead (perhaps similar to Baltic and Slavic, but now dead). I would not say that M458 is "proto-Slavic" in strict terminology, because...
  4. I don't contradict any of these statements, just...

    I don't contradict any of these statements, just those like this user "laint", who is spreading his bullshits here every time he posts. He is more clever than any of modern linguists and he claims...
  5. Your problem is that you even don't know what...

    Your problem is that you even don't know what means term "proto-language".

    Linguists (whose job is that about what we are talking now) agreed that there was one unique Balto-Slavic stage inside...
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    And finally, did I2a comes from Europe to Kurds,...

    And finally, did I2a comes from Europe to Kurds, or form "Kurds" to Europe?
  7. It could be only captured Slavic prisoner among...

    It could be only captured Slavic prisoner among Scytho-Sarmatian tribes. Specific mutation for Indo-Iranian speakers happened as Z93, and the specifical one for Balto-Slavic speakers Z280.
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    Poll: More accurate, the speakers of the...

    More accurate, the speakers of the proto-Balto-Slavic language and the speakers of Daco-Thracian language. Because i doubt that speakers of Baltic (in modern sense) had contact with those peoples.
  9. Almost all of them are on "-as" "-is". ...

    Almost all of them are on "-as" "-is".

    Lithuanian language preserved word-final syllables just like Greek. But those names are obviously more like Greek.
  10. Most likely, there was in ancient times...

    Most likely, there was in ancient times Balto-Slavic-Indo-Iranian stage of language. Then why is weird if some languages are common for Sanskrit and Slavic? (*jebati , sansk. "yabhati", *ljubiti ,...
  11. So what? Goths were Goths. They were Germanic...

    So what? Goths were Goths. They were Germanic (mainly).
  12. Slavs - R1a-Z280 (mainly) + I2a and R1a-M458...

    Slavs - R1a-Z280 (mainly) + I2a and R1a-M458 (after separation from Balto-Slavic into proto-Slavic)
    Balts (Letto-Lithuanians) - They were Z280 as well before they migrated from the forest zones of...
  13. According to Baltic hydronyms described by...

    According to Baltic hydronyms described by Toporov and Ivanov? Those toponyms are still "horse in vacuum", nothing more. Why not include Slavs in those archaic hydronyms?

    For example, you have...
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    Haplogroup C was not so strong component among...

    Haplogroup C was not so strong component among proto-Turks.
    Kazakhs with haplogroup C are just turkicized Mongols, and they are aware of that.
  15. It is questionable how reliable are this sources....

    It is questionable how reliable are this sources. (Proto) Slavic language itself lost word final sylablles ("-as", "os", "-is") under the influence of Srubnaya culture (Timber-grave culture), which...
  16. Baltic unity about names is also questionable, in...

    Baltic unity about names is also questionable, in the same meaning as the west and east baltic languages itself. Most of basical words are different, names for plants, rivers and other things are...
  17. Why is not possible that it was "always" in...

    Why is not possible that it was "always" in Slavic and Balto-Slavic vocabulary? It is not secret that there was perhaps in ancient times Balto-Slavic-Indo-Iranian stage. And it's possible that both...
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    We are speaking about Bosnian Croats, Serbs and...

    We are speaking about Bosnian Croats, Serbs and Bosniaks. If you really don't believe in what i am saying, then just search for Carleton Coon's work about Balkan anthropology.
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    People from Eastern part of Bosnia and...

    People from Eastern part of Bosnia and Herzegowina are generally more northern shifted than others.
  20. I2a-Din, in antiquity, were Bastarnae people...

    I2a-Din, in antiquity, were Bastarnae people (germanic people), which would become Slavicized. Nothing Thrachian in them.
  21. Yes, but to proclaim any relation with those...

    Yes, but to proclaim any relation with those languages would be false (perhaps, if there was really in ancient times it can not be proved). But, it might be just paralel word, accidentaly specific...
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    They are not! The most archaic Slavic hydronyms...

    They are not! The most archaic Slavic hydronyms are south of Pripet marshes which totally corresponds with Zarubintsy culture (which have nothing to do with Dacians), which most archeologists see as...
  23. In some segments, Germanic is closer to...

    In some segments, Germanic is closer to Indo-Iranian, in other segments to Italo-Celtic. Generally to which of these 2 languages is closer, it's hard to say.
  24. Germanic is closer to Italo-Celtic, IMHO. Since...

    Germanic is closer to Italo-Celtic, IMHO. Since both of them are basically Centum languages, while Indo-Iranian is Satem.
  25. Florin Curta's theory that Slavs are "artificial"...

    Florin Curta's theory that Slavs are "artificial" ethinicity is based on nothing. Neither everybody accepted his theories.
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