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  1. I give up.

    I give up.
  2. I would suggest waiting, unlike "Generalissimo"...

    I would suggest waiting, unlike "Generalissimo" until, as I said above, we have definite and precise information about where each sample was found, the date, the burial context, and the isotope...
  3. Man, they're really geniuses over there at...

    Man, they're really geniuses over there at anthrogenica.

    "G2a2b2a appears in central Italy. [I presume in addition to the U-152] E and J appear mainly in Romans from southern Italy."

    DUH!!!!...
  4. Very well put. You could also say: similar...

    Very well put. You could also say: similar proportions of ancient peoples.

    It doesn't mean recent admixture.
  5. Right, something that is only 2% of all your dna...

    Right, something that is only 2% of all your dna is more "reliable" than something that is 98% of your dna. All righty then.

    Without knowing anything about me, 23andme knows I'm Italian, and over...
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    That's absolute nonsense. Punic was just a...

    That's absolute nonsense.

    Punic was just a branch of the Canaanite language of the Phoenicians, and therefore, ergo, it was by definition a Semitic language.

    For that matter, where on earth...
  7. It's impossible to have a rational discussion...

    It's impossible to have a rational discussion about this without the paper in front of us.

    If, by "Romans" being more "Aegean" like they mean some samples from Ostia, Rome's biggest port, then...
  8. How can people posting on pop gen sites not know...

    How can people posting on pop gen sites not know the difference between IBS and IBD.

    Go back to the drawing board, people, and do some research.

    Start with the references in this article....
  9. Oh lord... "Our analysis of a huge cohort of...

    Oh lord...

    "Our analysis of a huge cohort of 1.8 million anonymized DNA tests."

    Is that enough samples for you?

    It's not hard to find actual, recent, Ashkenazi ancestry if you indeed have...
  10. You still don't get it. They're talking REALLY...

    You still don't get it. They're talking REALLY RECENT admixture, i.e. last 10 generations or 300 years, or companies like 23andme and MyHeritage wouldn't be able to find IBD segments.

    One more...
  11. Lenab, you are completely confused as to what is...

    Lenab, you are completely confused as to what is being discussed here. They're talking about RECENT admixture of Ashkenazi Jews and the "local" people of the host country.

    It has NOTHING to do...
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    Actually, while they shared some ancestry, it's...

    Actually, while they shared some ancestry, it's well established that the Levantine Neolithic is quite different from the Anatolian Neolithic, which is likewise different from Iran Neolithic. There...
  13. Some modern food crops are less "nutritious" than they used to be

    I'm not at all surprised. They select for shelf life or size or fast growth or whatever, and in the process they're breeding out some essential nutrients, although not all.

    So, it's not enough to...
  14. Immune System and Mental Health are connected

    This is potentially extremely important.

    See:
    https://neurosciencenews.com/immune-system-mental-health-14737/amp/

    "Many people have long believed that there is a connection between mental...
  15. Denmark-Human mobility in the 3rd and 2nd millenia BC

    It's from the Kristiansen, Allentoft, Sikora group

    See:

    Karin Margarita Frei et al
    https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0219850

    "We present results of the...
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    Debunking of 10,000 hours theory

    Or, practice does not make perfect. Just practicing for 10,000 hours is not going to make you a great violinist. GENETICS, otherwise known as INNATE TALENT, is a huge factor, and more practice isn't...
  17. 9,000 year old "Vast" Neolithic site found near Jerusalem

    By the standards of that time it was indeed "vast", with 3000 inhabitants, and an area half a kilometer from point to point.

    It's surprising for a couple of reasons: it's only a few feet below...
  18. Thread: French cuisine

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    I don't know the family history of all the French...

    I don't know the family history of all the French chefs in New York, but the top three currently which come to my mind are Jean George Vongerichten-Alsace, Daniel Boulud-Lyon, and Eric Ripert-trained...
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    To get back to the paper, Davidski just keeps on...

    To get back to the paper, Davidski just keeps on keeping on with the disinformation and blatant and perhaps wilful ignorance of the findings of academic papers when they don't agree with his agenda. ...
  20. Unfortunate that they could get so few snps.

    Unfortunate that they could get so few snps.
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    Thanks. I really like Mendelssohn. What a...

    Thanks. I really like Mendelssohn. What a travesty that he wasn't played in Germany for decades.
  22. The fear existed in Eastern Europe until very...

    The fear existed in Eastern Europe until very recently, and probably still exists. I posted an article some while ago about some Polish women who "came out of the closet" about their "Jewishness"...
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    I completely agree. The changes in the past were...

    I completely agree. The changes in the past were indeed fast. That's part of the reason why there was such a human cost. People didn't have the opportunity to adjust their survival strategies.

    I...
  24. That's a good possibility. Or perhaps...

    That's a good possibility.

    Or perhaps merchants of some sort.

    We'd be in better shape to guess if we knew the gender and age.
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    I have American friends who hate Italian beaches:...

    I have American friends who hate Italian beaches: too crowded, too noisy, too much commotion, too many people playing volleyball and dancing. :) They're the type who love Bali or Tahiti.

    My...
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