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    My point is that you have an agenda not of...

    My point is that you have an agenda not of scientific nature.
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    Same in Germany in the 1980s. Testosterone in...

    Same in Germany in the 1980s. Testosterone in general was demonized. I never thought that this could also be copied by the US, but sure enough, it no only got copied but turned into an international...
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    The latter. It doesn't require a geneticist that...

    The latter. It doesn't require a geneticist that the Americas are made up of various and very different immigration shifts.
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    Europe and Asia are one continent. You seem...

    Europe and Asia are one continent. You seem obsessed.
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    What exactly is your agenda here? Migrants to the...

    What exactly is your agenda here? Migrants to the Americas have shifted in terms of genetic make-up and origins.
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    I have a strong issue with the term Cro-Magnon as...

    I have a strong issue with the term Cro-Magnon as a box. What exactly was their genetic make-up? I avoid mentioning them because of that.
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    Meanwhile here is a random question: Is it...

    Meanwhile here is a random question: Is it possible that red hair in modern humans stems from Neanderthals?
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    Isn't that the line deriving from ancient Hebrews...

    Isn't that the line deriving from ancient Hebrews traveling the Northeastern route towards Spain?
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    New info coming up...

    New info coming up...
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    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC34747...

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3474783/table/pone-0047765-t002/?report=objectonly
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    It is also important to note that Neanderthal...

    It is also important to note that Neanderthal remains have been located in the underwater region of what was once Doggerland.
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    From one of A.E. Mourant's papers: We were...

    From one of A.E. Mourant's papers:
    We were interested in discovering where Rh-negative may have originated. We therefore drew up a “weather-map” of the genic distribution of Rhnegative. The...
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    Many years ago I saw a chart of populations...

    Many years ago I saw a chart of populations highest in Neanderthal DNA and remember Basques and Berbers being among the top 5.
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    Follow-up question: What were the Basque's Rh-...

    Follow-up question: What were the Basque's Rh- frequencies before the Yamnaya invasions?
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    https://www.universiteitleiden.nl/en/events/2022/0...

    https://www.universiteitleiden.nl/en/events/2022/09/the-genetic-history-of-the-southern-arc-a-bridge-between-west-asia-and-europe
  16. As far as I know, Rh negative blood was...

    As far as I know, Rh negative blood was non-existent among native Americans and according to Cavalli-Sforza, the Sami of Norway and Finland have between 5 and 7% rh negatives amongst them which is...
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    The Blood Groups of the Yamnaya

    According to Mathieson, 40% of the Steppe was Rh(D) negative.
    I have yet to see how he came up with such data.
    I am not necessarily disagreeing with it as it would make sense, but am interested if...
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    I am turned off by such tunnel vision. It is of...

    I am turned off by such tunnel vision. It is of great importance to me to connect all dots, not just scientific data. Be it how rare blood groups (including less common subgroups, not just the 8...
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    Then maybe there should be a subforum called...

    Then maybe there should be a subforum called "race wars" so the rest of us do not have to read any of the garbage. It beats having to live in fear of "triggering". I am interested in what ancient...
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    I don't get this reference...

    I don't get this reference...
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    Being bordered by the ocean, Basques stopped...

    Being bordered by the ocean, Basques stopped migrating as much as central European populations. War-aged boys didn't join fathers in conquering more territory, but developed their region. In Basque...
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    It depends if the fathers stuck around and for...

    It depends if the fathers stuck around and for how long. If offspring joined in further conquest, they would have at least picked up some of their paternal languages.
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    That would have been WAY ABOVE average height at...

    That would have been WAY ABOVE average height at the time.
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    Isn't there the y-DNA G2a connection to begin...

    Isn't there the y-DNA G2a connection to begin with?

    And then there is this:



    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Den%C3%A9%E2%80%93Caucasian_languages
  25. According to this, less than 50% in Britain know...

    According to this, less than 50% in Britain know their blood types.
    https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/blood-type-positive-negative-health-weight-body-knowledge-study-a8653921.html
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