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    New I1 discovered in mesolithic Spain

    Ladies and gentlemen

    We have a new I1 discovered Spain. 13.000 years old. If this is true, it prooves that I1 was in refugium in Spain during the LGM, and repopulated Europe next to I2. I haven't...
  2. My ego? I'm pretty sure this thread is about your...

    My ego? I'm pretty sure this thread is about your ego, not mine. Your posts belongs in a Dungeons and Dragons forum, not here. No body cares about Atlantis.

    This thread is rubbish, nothing can...
  3. Always a lot of bizarre threads on this forum....

    Always a lot of bizarre threads on this forum. Quite entertaining, if nothing else.
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    The "christmass goat" isn't just a finnish thing,...

    The "christmass goat" isn't just a finnish thing, it's still a quite common part of christmass celebrations in Sweden too. Called the "jul bock". It's obvious that he's being overshadowed by the...
  5. No sensible person living in this reality is ever...

    No sensible person living in this reality is ever going to accept your theory, Cyrus, that prehistoric aryans from Iran spoke proto-germanic, and migrated to northern europe to later become the...
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    So now I'm racist for sticking to the historical...

    So now I'm racist for sticking to the historical facts, instead of what at it's best can be considered a kind of conspiracy theory? lol. You're completely far out.

    To be honest, I'm not sure if...
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    wow. Curys, you're just as crazy as that turk who...

    wow. Curys, you're just as crazy as that turk who thought the viking runestones were written in proto-turkic. Your delusions would be entertaining, if it all wasn't a bit sad too.
  8. What do you mean were you came from? I gather...

    What do you mean were you came from? I gather you're from Spain, right?

    You have two parents. Four grandparents. Each of your grandparents also have two parents, and so on. You do the math. A...
  9. Ouch, someone's feelings got hurt. lol

    Ouch, someone's feelings got hurt. lol
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    Yes, thank you :) I know all this. Sorry for...

    Yes, thank you :) I know all this. Sorry for derailing the thread, I didn't mean to go on a rant against Living DNA. I just wanted to tell Roy L Hanes he should take his DNA test with a large chunck...
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    Yes, I'm sure. They also state this themselves as...

    Yes, I'm sure. They also state this themselves as a caveat with the results. But when 23andme can't do it, then Living DNA shouldn't pretend that they can do it either. The results I got from them...
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    These are mutations. Each company or university...

    These are mutations. Each company or university that works with sequencing of human DNA name new SNP's (mutatations) that they discover with their initials and a number. SNP's begining with Y for...
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    We just banned burkas and niqab in public -...

    We just banned burkas and niqab in public - effective of today :smile:
  14. Thread: gods odin,thor

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    It's important to have an open mind, but not so...

    It's important to have an open mind, but not so open the brain falls out.
  15. Thread: gods odin,thor

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    wow. You are serious? Can't even bother to...

    wow. You are serious? Can't even bother to explain how much you're getting wrong. Believe what you will, but let me say just one thing - Correlation doesn't mean causation. Also, don't put too much...
  16. I see I didn’t get my point across, probably my...

    I see I didn’t get my point across, probably my fault, because I guess my post wasn’t very constructive. This is what you wrote earlier in the thread, and basically what I opine against. And it’s not...
  17. I'm sorry Angela. But this statement is simply...

    I'm sorry Angela. But this statement is simply not true.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/ancient/romans/romanpropaganda_article_01.shtml

    I've seen you getting into this debate again and again....
  18. Thread: gods odin,thor

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    Rubbish. Go away t-roll.

    Rubbish. Go away t-roll.
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    I think they mention genetic drift as a...

    I think they mention genetic drift as a possibility in the article I linked to, but they see it as insufficient as an explanation. But I am sure you are right. Populations would have been smaller and...
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    Reminds me of this article. It's about the spread...

    Reminds me of this article. It's about the spread of MtDNA haplogroup H in neolithic europe. What they find is that there is very little continuity between the early northern european neolithic...
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    Absolutely. And once horses entered the picture...

    Absolutely. And once horses entered the picture they didn't take part in the act of warfare itself until quite late - they just made people extremely mobile. Which leads to the transfer of ideas over...
  22. :smile: They describe theirs better, but yes, I...

    :smile: They describe theirs better, but yes, I believe so. Here’s European value study’s methodology. www.europeanvaluesstudy.eu/page/methodology

    They ask people questions and then make...
  23. In my opinion, the christian god of the bible is...

    In my opinion, the christian god of the bible is a personal god. This study from www.europeanvaluesstudy.eu is giving a bit of a different picture than PEW, I think . I'd love to get the exact...
  24. To be honest, the numbers about Denmark surprise...

    To be honest, the numbers about Denmark surprise me. We've actually seen high numbers of people leaving our lutheran state church the last years. And it's not reflected in that study at all. The...
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    I agree. I'm just now reading "guns, germs and...

    I agree. I'm just now reading "guns, germs and steel", and I think he's completely right, that the fact that the amerindians didn't have any large domesticable mammals (except lama's) were a limiting...
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