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    ^^The "E" clades have moved across North Africa...

    ^^The "E" clades have moved across North Africa from east to west. What you're proposing is that E-V13 or its immediate predecessor made that trip all the way across North Africa to the straits,...
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    Some people have nothing better to do than...

    Some people have nothing better to do than fantasize scenarios for which they have absolutely no proof.

    When someone finds that Iberomaurusian sample in Iberia or Sicily far enough back in time to...
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    ^^It's the internet effect. Sometimes I think...

    ^^It's the internet effect.

    Sometimes I think to myself, would you have said that if you were looking at the person face to face? If the person I was looking at was a racist, a sociopath, a...
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    Honestly, how do they think it probably got to...

    Honestly, how do they think it probably got to Europe????

    Dropped from a spaceship? SHEESH!
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    That probably deserves a second think: that's...

    That probably deserves a second think: that's probably how HIV spread from monkeys to humans.

    Primates are dangerous even when they don't attack you.
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    Sticky: Consensual sex between siblings. ...

    Consensual sex between siblings.

    https://i.imgur.com/h3cMziz.png

    Interesting how some countries are so black and white, and some take a more "nuanced" approach.

    Personally, while I think...
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    And the angels played and sang... Thank you....

    And the angels played and sang...

    Thank you. :)

    Is this your favorite of the Ave Maria's? Do you even have a favorite?
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    Poll: Interesting. So maybe this ancient "ability"...

    Interesting. So maybe this ancient "ability" isn't extinct. I like that they used the ability to smell different "notes" in wine as an example. :)

    I've mentioned once, I think, that I could swear...
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    Those are all very helpful insights. A silly...

    Those are all very helpful insights.

    A silly example, I know, but your post prompted me to look back on my recent viewing of the latest Martin Scorsese film, "The Irishman". The "mob" culture is...
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    Poll: You look like you could be one of my cousins. :)...

    You look like you could be one of my cousins. :)

    My Dad smoked pipes in the latter part of his life. Unfortunately he inhaled even that.

    The smell, particularly of cigars (which he also...
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    Unfortunately, because of my career, I've been...

    Unfortunately, because of my career, I've been around more than my fair share of really violent men. Seeing the aftermatch is horrifying, and disturbing, but to see it in action is also frightening...
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    I think women doing the mate selection is one...

    I think women doing the mate selection is one way, providing, of course, that they actually select for more passive, less aggressive men. Some women wouldn't. I wouldn't, for one. I'm not saying I'd...
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    Interesting that you don't get Tuscan. I've seen...

    Interesting that you don't get Tuscan. I've seen other Albanians get it.

    Fwiw, their modern populations fit for me, which is really, I guess, just Eurogenes K15, is one of the worst I've gotten.
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    I've stopped watching it. Do I like Trump? No...

    I've stopped watching it.

    Do I like Trump? No

    However, these smell like the Stalinist show trials of the 1920s. In a real court case a huge percentage of this B.S. would be inadmissible:...
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    I still listen to Bing too. :) I'm one of...

    I still listen to Bing too. :)

    I'm one of those people who often has the All Christmas channel on when I'm driving.

    Maybe I've spent too many years singing in choirs. :)

    Like the newer...
  16. 90% of pancreatic cancer cells killed in 14 days

    Apparently, it's also worked on one of the more resistant types of breast cancer cells.

    Somebody fund this Israeli scientists' work for goodness' sakes, so she can move on to human trials.
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  17. This is the citation to the actual paper: "A...

    This is the citation to the actual paper:

    "A Historical-Genetic Reconstruction of Human Extra-Pair...
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    There's no way they "Match" those other samples. ...

    There's no way they "Match" those other samples.

    They may be "related" to them or the result of admixtures among groups somewhat like that, but that's it.

    Either you've misunderstood, or he's...
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    That's right. "Ever since primatologist Jane...

    That's right.

    "Ever since primatologist Jane Goodall’s pioneering work at Gombe Stream National Park in Tanzania in the 1970s, researchers have been aware that male chimps often organize...
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    We may be less aggressive than, say, Chimps, but...

    We may be less aggressive than, say, Chimps, but with some people not by all that much, imho.
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    There's a BIG difference between this and what...

    There's a BIG difference between this and what mta shows.
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    I think what I find so surprising is that so many...

    I think what I find so surprising is that so many samples still land among Sardinians. Is it possible there were still unadmixed Romans around, i.e. locals who never got steppe admixture? Of course,...
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    I think there were breaks in the chain, Tamakore,...

    I think there were breaks in the chain, Tamakore, when a new dynasty would come in. Plus, I know that in Polynesian societies, where the royals were also sister and brother, defective children were...
  24. The thesis which the authors are trying to debunk...

    The thesis which the authors are trying to debunk is this:
    "Plague mortality is alleged to have depopulated the “known world” and to have accelerated the transition to a “backward” “Dark Age”...
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    There's absolutely nothing "foreign" about her...

    There's absolutely nothing "foreign" about her look. She looks like every other contestant in the Miss Italy contest , face and body both. It's an extremely common type.

    While born in Rome, and...
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