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    Exactly. Story as old as time...well,...

    Exactly.

    Story as old as time...well, practically.
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    Did you like it??

    Did you like it??
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    "The Chinese customer is always right" opinion...

    "The Chinese customer is always right" opinion piece by Razib Khan.

    With over 1 billion potential customers, they can treat their people as they like and the west will say nothing. ...
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    Inequality in Bronze Age Europe

    It's based on samples from Corded Ware, BB, and early Bronze southern Germany. I'm trying to figure out some way of getting access to the whole paper.

    See:
    Alissa Mittnick et al (Krause and Haak)...
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    If David Anthony is to be believed, and we know...

    If David Anthony is to be believed, and we know he has worked with the Reich Lab in the past, the first movement onto the steppe from the south of the Caucasus was of CHG as defined perhaps as Kotias...
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    Hush! Some prominent "bloggers" and "posters"...

    Hush! Some prominent "bloggers" and "posters" would prefer to bury that. :)

    The CHG percentages vary depending on the location on the steppe and the time period, but yes, from my recollection,...
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    Like the character, like her style, like Tea...

    Like the character, like her style, like Tea Leoni. Thanks. I think I'll start watching it. :)
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    Are you tired of posting here again? You...

    Are you tired of posting here again?

    You really want to do this dance one more time?

    Keep a civil tongue in your head.
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    No, of course, not. :) We just don't want to...

    No, of course, not. :) We just don't want to confuse newbies that this is the latest word, so I thought some reaction was warranted.
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    @Bicicleur. I don't know if this shows Corded...

    @Bicicleur.
    I don't know if this shows Corded Ware were all identical to Yamnaya, although there was some overlap.

    I agree, though, nothing new here that I can see.
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    Autosomal: https://i.imgur.com/U61QQcT.png

    Autosomal:
    https://i.imgur.com/U61QQcT.png
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    I don't see anything new in terms of the...

    I don't see anything new in terms of the uniparentals.

    "The individuals from BAC and CWC contexts, including oll007 from a megalithic burial, displayed U4 and U5 mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA)...
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    The Genetics of Battle Ax Culture

    It's a subset of Corded Ware, of course.

    See:

    "https://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/10.1098/rspb.2019.1528

    "The Neolithic period is characterized by major cultural transformations and...
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    Just started reading this, Salento. Imo,...

    Just started reading this, Salento.

    Imo, they're incorrect about some of the details. Perhaps it hasn't been updated recently?

    For example, they're incorrect about the relative percentages of...
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    Hear, Hear! "Razib ...

    Hear, Hear!

    "Razib šŸ„„ Khanā€Verified account @razibkhan Oct 6More



    from an American perspective, i think we need to spend a lot of time thinking about China if we want to be more than blind...
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    So, take that... I've watched it ten times...

    So, take that...


    I've watched it ten times and I still laugh :)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JDUK9kfRKv4

    Oh, and in Florida a man was arrested for trying to get an alligator drunk. That...
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    Assortative mating speeding up evolution

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    "Genetic correlation between mates at specific loci can greatly alter the evolutionary trajectory of a species. Genetic...
  18. Infrared brings scroll from Pompeii to light

    Who knows what could be in those 2000 papyri from Herculaneum. It's the largest ancient library found to date.


    See:
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  19. Well, if they wanted to show the rise and fall of...

    Well, if they wanted to show the rise and fall of the Roman Empire, why go back 12,000 years for a sample, and why include samples from the early Bronze Age at all?

    It just confuses the whole...
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    Typical "Woke" hypocrisy. It's disgusting.

    Typical "Woke" hypocrisy. It's disgusting.
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    Alison Krause...When You Say Nothing At All ...

    Alison Krause...When You Say Nothing At All


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KVTlz8INNmA
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    Tomb of Elite Minoan woman

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    "The cist graveā€”a small, coffin-like grave built using stoneā€”contained an almost...
  23. I know of something similar happening to some...

    I know of something similar happening to some Cubans. Some carry sub-lineages of L1 or L2 (and L3, of course), can't remember the details of the particular case I'm remembering. It's easy to say it...
  24. OK, not Sardinia in the Bronze Age. Are you...

    OK, not Sardinia in the Bronze Age.

    Are you willing to wager that "Iranian like" ancestry was present in Sicily in the middle Bronze Age but not right across the straits in, say, Calabria, or...
  25. Anti-depressants of little help for major depressive disorder

    See:
    https://ebm.bmj.com/content/ebmed/early/2019/09/24/bmjebm-2019-111238.full.pdf

    Anyone who listens to other people has known this for a long time, but psychiatrists, like a lot of doctors,...
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