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  1. Thank you, Aberdeen...I was already well-aware of...

    Thank you, Aberdeen...I was already well-aware of the linguistic sites. I had been to many and none told me what I wanted to know directly which is why I asked here. I pieced together what I wanted...
  2. Clearly no one is willing or can help so if...

    Clearly no one is willing or can help so if someone can , please delete this question. It would be much appreciated.

    I cannot find a delete the post link anywhere. No use in having a question here...
  3. Ancient Greek Phonology...If anyone is familiar your help would be great.

    PIE: *T + T, *"TT" (two dental stops) has an "s" between them "TsT" giving "st" in Greek. If the ancient Greeks encountered a language and a word within that language where a set of coronal stops...
  4. To make Dienekes' stance clearer...I am forced to...

    To make Dienekes' stance clearer...I am forced to somewhat defend him here...hahaha

    Dienekes in his own words:
    "...my opinion of Y-STRs as a tool for inferring past population movements is, to...
  5. Well, Y-Hap R1b(xL11/P310)...is Anatolian by most...

    Well, Y-Hap R1b(xL11/P310)...is Anatolian by most considerations...the parent group to those in Ht15 by the old, and now defunct, RFLP method.


    I agree that it must have assuredly belonged to...
  6. Hi, Maciamo! 5380 Does this help? I have...

    Hi, Maciamo!

    5380

    Does this help?

    I have been trying to figure out how to upload images...duh (face palm)...the image thingy is in the format and toolbar thingy above the comment...
  7. Hi, Carlos! What more do you want? I have the...

    Hi, Carlos!

    What more do you want? I have the paper if you would like it.
  8. Ancient DNA from an Early Neolithic Iberian population_MtDNA

    Ancient DNA from an Early Neolithic Iberian
    population supports a pioneer colonization by first
    farmers

    C. GAMBA,* E. FERNA´ NDEZ,*† M. TIRADO,* M. F. DEGUILLOUX,‡ M. H. PEMONGE,‡
    P. UTRILLA,§...
  9. I can direct you to this very lively discussion...

    I can direct you to this very lively discussion from about 2 months ago on Dienekes page...it is between him and Anatole Klyosov and a Mr. Lohizun (an academcian)...among a few other knowledgeable...
  10. Two relatively recent papers on the Caucasus (I haven't seen them posted here)

    Mol Biol Evol (2011) doi: 10.1093/molbev/msr126

    Parallel Evolution of Genes and Languages in the Caucasus Region

    Oleg Balanovsky1,2,*, Khadizhat Dibirova1,*, Anna Dybo3, Oleg Mudrak4, ...
  11. I am not so sure that it is all so recent... ...

    I am not so sure that it is all so recent...

    Increased Resolution Within Y-Chromosome Haplogroup R1b M269 Sheds Light On The Neolithic Transition In Europe

    George Busby et al.

    Early studies...
  12. Well, as for R1b-L11+, I think many subclades of...

    Well, as for R1b-L11+, I think many subclades of R1b underwent rapid expansion...I don't know if R1b is entirely neolithic in Europe...maybe some subclades are and maybe some are older. I am a...
  13. Age of mtDNA haplogroup L3: about 70 thousand...

    Age of mtDNA haplogroup L3: about 70 thousand years
  14. Age of mtDNA haplogroup L3: about 70 thousand years

    Mol Biol Evol (2011) doi: 10.1093/molbev/msr245

    The expansion of mtDNA haplogroup L3 within and out of Africa

    Pedro Soares et al.

    Although fossil remains show that anatomically modern...
  15. First of all, I would like to say I am sorry for...

    First of all, I would like to say I am sorry for complaining, I won't anymore...just have to get accustomed to the non-Facebook rules...hahahaha...I am accustomed to posting links and attachments at...
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    The Haplogroups typically associated with...

    The Haplogroups typically associated with Sub-Saharan Africa are much in evidence... A1b-V164 (associated with the Bakola Pygmies), B-M60* B1-M236* B1a-M146 B2a1-M218* B2a1a-M109 (mostly associated...
  17. I just lost everything I typed...wow...this timed...

    I just lost everything I typed...wow...this timed log out thing is annoying.

    I will come back and type it later.
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    Bahamian Y-chromosome Signatures

    AJPA DOI: 10.1002/ajpa.21616

    Paternal lineages signal distinct genetic contributions from British Loyalists and continental Africans among different Bahamian islands

    Tanya M. Simms et al.
    ...
  19. Armenian Y-chromosomes revisited (Herrera et al....

    Armenian Y-chromosomes revisited (Herrera et al. 2011)
  20. Neolithic patrilineal signals, repopulation, and the Armenian Plateau

    Neolithic patrilineal signals indicate that the Armenian plateau was repopulated by agriculturalists

    Kristian J Herrera, Robert K Lowery, Laura Hadden, Silvia Calderon, Carolina Chiou, Levon...
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    Poll: I posted this in DNA Forums sometime ago in a...

    I posted this in DNA Forums sometime ago in a similar discussion...I hope this helps.

    "What do any of you think of this from Ken Nordtvedt?

    From: "Ken Nordtvedt"
    Subject: [DNA] Did Dinaric...
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