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  1. Crown Eurasians like Onge, Melanesians, Papuans,...

    Crown Eurasians like Onge, Melanesians, Papuans, Orang Asli have Afro hair and some similar facial features but are divergent from SSA genetically than modern West Eurasians aswell hS having higher...
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    On the phone, there a typo error but can't edit

    On the phone, there a typo error but can't edit
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    Mesoamericans were Agriculturalists since 8000...

    Mesoamericans were Agriculturalists since 8000 BP. Most Native Mexicans lived in Cities or farmsteads in the 14th century.
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tenochtitlan...
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    Iran_N had R2 and BMAC plenty of Q which was...

    Iran_N had R2 and BMAC plenty of Q which was probably from BMAC farmers admixing with the previous Keltiminar culture WSHG
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    Actually we have got ancient W. African samples....

    Actually we have got ancient W. African samples. See the Shum Laka paper. There were ancient Cameroonian aDNA extraction. Seems that West Africans today came somewhere more nothern because the Shum...
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    Strange map. Do model this with EEF? EEF probably...

    Strange map. Do model this with EEF? EEF probably eat up some of the affinities of WHG in Western Europeans. Brits usually have 14-16% WHG ancestry
  7. The genomic origins of the world’s first farmers (2022)

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    European HGs diverged from SW Asian HGs during the LGM

    Low genetic diversity of European HGs is due to a strong LGM demographic bottleneck

    Ancestors of western early farmers...
  8. The Cucuteni Tripolye culture did use much...

    The Cucuteni Tripolye culture did use much metallurgy though they had very sophesticated lithic culture. Steppe population obveriously did interacted with Neolithic SE European cultures looking at...
  9. Also it does not fit with what we see in the...

    Also it does not fit with what we see in the archeological record. Its clear the steppe population had technological diffusion from the south that give it a technological lead over other groups. The...
  10. That being said. I don't think Don HG played a...

    That being said. I don't think Don HG played a major role in Steppe pastoralist formation. I still think Steppe Eneolithic was formed more to the east. Don HG just only shown how far CHG spread could...
  11. Don't know. Should have used a more EHG proxy....

    Don't know. Should have used a more EHG proxy. Still its Interesting to see how far Iranian descent groups like CHG, BMAC, Zagros Farmers, Eastern Iranian pastorialists etc. From Steppes of Russia...
  12. CHG admixture existed in Pontic Caspian region...

    CHG admixture existed in Pontic Caspian region more than 5000 BC (Eneolithic). Don HG, a Ukraine_Meso and CHG mix, discovered on the Don River
  13. Some tarim individuals may have resembled this...

    Some tarim individuals may have resembled this great woman
    https://youtu.be/-TCcC8MBzVk
  14. Its a good book

    Its a good book
  15. Do you have WSHG samples?

    Do you have WSHG samples?
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    Not all Y-DNA Q went east. Some went west, Q was...

    Not all Y-DNA Q went east. Some went west, Q was found in Afontova Gora 2 despite AG3/2 being the ANE population being closer to EHG. Steppe Mykops had Y-DNA Q, being Steppe_Eneolithic+ Extra ANE and...
  17. Charcolithic expansion from the Zagros introduced...

    Charcolithic expansion from the Zagros introduced J1-P58 to peninsula Arabs via Southern Levant
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    It originated from Siberia during the last...

    It originated from Siberia during the last glacial maximum. Both R* and Q* have roots in ANE which is in turned derived from P* in Ancient North Siberians who probably got it from an East Eurasian...
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    Gedrosia stands in for Iran_N/CHG which has high...

    Gedrosia stands in for Iran_N/CHG which has high ANE. Its how Iberomaurasians were modelled 1/3 SSA before 2018 when the taforalt genome was fully sequenced and published and how its was SSA groups...
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    Was this Onge related ancestry similar to what is...

    Was this Onge related ancestry similar to what is found in Jomon samples or is it more hoahianbinh stuff? Most of Tibetan ancestry seem to be lower Yellow River farmer stuff which was 75% North East...
  21. It's seems that West Africa was a genetic sink...

    It's seems that West Africa was a genetic sink like Sundaland, with older lineages persisting relatively recently in history, until it started becoming a genetic source with the advent of the Bantu...
  22. Which in turn that older W. African population (A...

    Which in turn that older W. African population (A or B,) had replaced more basal African lineages (A0) who themselves had previously replaced basal Human groups (A000).
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    I read somewhere that Dzudzuana requires ANA in...

    I read somewhere that Dzudzuana requires ANA in them and Pinarbasi requires more WHG beyond the UHG stuff in them and that mtDNA K1a was WHG mediated. Some AHG has Y-C1b and I-M70 in them
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    Jebel Irhoud + Qafzeh and Skhul DNA need be...

    Jebel Irhoud + Qafzeh and Skhul DNA need be sequenced imo. Would give wonderful insight t the origins of Hss and their interaction with Near East Neanderthals
  25. This map is so incorrect, I don't were to begin. ...

    This map is so incorrect, I don't were to begin.
    Firstly, Lowland East Cushites have no AASI ancestry that I can think off.
    Secondly, aside from recent South Asian immigration, unmixed...
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