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  1. Is R0 from Europe and HV from the Middle East

    Looking at ancient samples in MTree I saw that haplogroup R0(basal to HV) only appears in Scottland and Egypt.
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    The funny thing is that on the other hand we don't see HV in Europe until the...
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    H3 from Iron Age?

    Of course the title doesn't mean an exact origin of hpH3 in the last millenium BC in Europe.

    It's rather an orientative date of when H3 EXPANDED, since looking for all the ages available for...
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    Mexican Y haplogroups

    https://www.nature.com/articles/jhg201267

    There's an study in Mexico that analizes the Y chromosomes of "mestizos", thats is, the population that is the result of admixture between Spanish and...
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    I2 & J2 in Basques

    https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-021-84915-1#ref-CR19
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    Turns out it's not only R1b the only haplogroup that has suffered a total bottleneck in precivilizational times.
    All I2 and J2a in...
  5. Thread: Out of Egypt?

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    Out of Egypt?

    I recently noticed something that we had in front of our noses for a while.

    I'm doubtful of the fact that Africa plays such a big role in our evolution as a species.

    I'm of the idea that...
  6. Thread: R1a in Han

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    https://academic.oup.com/mbe/article/28/1/717/9860...

    https://academic.oup.com/mbe/article/28/1/717/986081
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    https://www.yfull.com/tree/J-FGC58460/ Not...

    https://www.yfull.com/tree/J-FGC58460/

    Not really Cohanim. It's an haplogroup formed like 2300 years ago with a common ancestor in the year 1000 AD.
    Ans it's shared with people in the Persian...
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    3 of them are I2, likely surviving and adapting...

    3 of them are I2, likely surviving and adapting since Prehistory.
    There are 2 R-P312, ancestral to Gaelic, Gaulish and Iberian, so likely from the early Bronze Ages.

    Then, there are like 8 that...
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    A few ago, I saw a paper where they analized 9...

    A few ago, I saw a paper where they analized 9 ancient genomes from Roman Britain.
    One was a Middle Eastener
  10. Thread: R1a in Han

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    Zhong et al. 2011

    Zhong et al. 2011
  11. Thread: R1a in Han

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    R1a in Han

    In the northern Chinese provinces of Gansu and (western) Henan there are like 9/10% of haplogroup R1a.

    Taking into account that these regions are somewhat close to Xinjiang, makes sense.
    The...
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    Why do you assume that. By the way, so few R1b in...

    Why do you assume that. By the way, so few R1b in Ancient Greece, it's a civilization very close to the rest of Europe.
  13. Rivers essential for humanity/civilization?

    The importance of rivers for the appearance of the first civilizations, that were based primarily in the mastering of an agricultural economy, is a common topic in general culture.

    The reasons are...
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    It's not for that. It was only a simple mistake.

    It's not for that.
    It was only a simple mistake.
  15. I understand quite well. Maybe Romanian less, i...

    I understand quite well.
    Maybe Romanian less, i had a hard time with Romanian.

    But I notice again the differences between Italian, French, even Catalan with Spanish in some words, and in the...
  16. Malnutrition?? Well, definetely IndoEuropeans...

    Malnutrition??
    Well, definetely IndoEuropeans got it better. Because of the milk and meat.

    But, those grains were good for farmers. They produced a lot of food that is the staple for us. Not to...
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    Worse. In the Neolithic it was 1 male effectively...

    Worse. In the Neolithic it was 1 male effectively reproducing for the next millenia ,for 17 females.
    Population decline, conquest, change of era, extermination of the males, executions of all...
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    Exactly. That men doesn't attract by his physic....

    Exactly. That men doesn't attract by his physic.
    He attracts because of his literary genius, personality.
    And less happy about, by his money and fame.
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    I was just discussing the same issue but with the...

    I was just discussing the same issue but with the OOA hypothesis and Eurasia.
    People get mad when you point out that we may come from X, but the population we're talking about is actually from other...
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    What I'm trying to say is that reality is also...

    What I'm trying to say is that reality is also the unbelievable amount of time we went through in Europe/Eurasia, that seems to barely exist.
    The explosion in art and tool making happened then....
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    I've developed theories that maybe several human...

    I've developed theories that maybe several human clans tried fortune in other places outside already inhabited(by Sapiens sapiens) Africa.
  22. I don't have statistics.But in my family we know...

    I don't have statistics.But in my family we know all the groups.My impression is that everybody has someone in his/her House that knows it.
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    I recently read Razib Khan commenting that...

    I recently read Razib Khan commenting that Ukrainian DNA clusters with Poles rather than with Russians.
    Basically, that is more European.
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    I've been told to be banned. Even though what I...

    I've been told to be banned.
    Even though what I said is that a people that eveolve from different places, are different.
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    No. Sapiens is African. I suspect is more...

    No. Sapiens is African. I suspect is more Sudanese/Egyptian from my point of view, because it's a place where the transition to larger groups makes more sense(along the Nile).

    But after that, most...
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