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  1. Maciamo must be inhaling some paint fumes or...

    Maciamo must be inhaling some paint fumes or something. His migration route theories arent crazy, but this theories about natural selection of y-chromosomes are up there with the lizard people...
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    I don't get one thing. If these people in the...

    I don't get one thing. If these people in the steppe have supposedly lived in the same place for thousands of years, why would they need to get wives from other places? If an all-male group migrated...
  3. I agree with Fire Haired. The Samara/Khvalynsk...

    I agree with Fire Haired. The Samara/Khvalynsk R1bs are basal to the Yamna and Modern West European lineages. We have yet still to find the true source of L23.
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    First mtDna H, now y-Dna J, in EHG. This is why...

    First mtDna H, now y-Dna J, in EHG. This is why genetics should take a conservative approach.
  5. That they can reconstruct some non-IE substratum...

    That they can reconstruct some non-IE substratum is possible, but how do they know it's the language of Neolithic farmers, whether Neolithic farmers spoke a homogeneous language, whether Neolithic...
  6. "My results reveal that Pre-Indo-European speech...

    "My results reveal that Pre-Indo-European speech contains a clear Neolithic signature emanating from the Aegean,8 and thus patterns with the prehistoric migration of Europe’s first farming...
  7. They had the life expectancy of a horse

    They had the life expectancy of a horse
  8. Well, with first cousins you share 2 out of 4...

    Well, with first cousins you share 2 out of 4 grandparents. That's 50% of your genes. It's like having a relationship with a half-sibling. With a second cousin, you share 2/8 great-grandparents, and...
  9. How amazing history is! Horse riders riding from...

    How amazing history is! Horse riders riding from Crimea to Madrid to prove forum theories about R1b 6,000 years later.It's clear the M269*s were the Leif Ericssons, the L23*s were the Columbuses, the...
  10. If EEF component was brought primarily by G2a...

    If EEF component was brought primarily by G2a carrying tribes, then why is G2a so scarce (5% or lower) but EEF so prevalent (50% or more)? Something is not adding up here.I think the EEF in Western...
  11. No, Lebrok, that's not how it works and that was...

    No, Lebrok, that's not how it works and that was my point. Y-Dna Frequencies are not a cogent measure of one's total genetic heritage, because they can easily change, especially in small...
  12. Greeks have more R1a than Bosniaks, therefore...

    Greeks have more R1a than Bosniaks, therefore Greeks are more Slavic than Bosniaks. This is the logic in these forums. I bet the majority of R1a in the Balkans is pre-Slavic IE.
  13. I don't know how some people can still view...

    I don't know how some people can still view L23->L51 at the heart of the IE expansions even after all the evidence. R1a's connection to IE speakers is undisputed after Sintasha findings, modern high...
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    Quickly sketched this map a few months...

    Quickly sketched this map a few months agohttp://i.imgur.com/bQ3grgc.png
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    Been saying for a while that R1b follows the...

    Been saying for a while that R1b follows the Danube and there is a massive founder effect only seen in farming communities. Russia and West/Central Asia are part of a big continuum which shared many...
  16. I highly doubt M269/L23 will pop. Proponents of...

    I highly doubt M269/L23 will pop. Proponents of West Asian L23 theory say it was a Chalcolithic farming expansion from Anatolia to the Danube, not Cardial/LBK movements.I think LBK = G with some...
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    I thought the fact that light skin was mostly...

    I thought the fact that light skin was mostly spread by Neolithic farmers was unanimous by now? I think Siberian tribes played a role too, but not as much.Very light skin, however, is a more recent...
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    Sile, actually Paleo Balkanic tribes were...

    Sile, actually Paleo Balkanic tribes were mentioned in name up until the start of the Middle Ages. The Great Illyrian revolt happened from 6-9 AD, which is 10-15 years after 5 BC. Illyrians along...
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    Ike please stop commenting. Your comments are...

    Ike please stop commenting. Your comments are embarrassing. Sile, by what I've read, the two major cities in Illyria were Rizon in Montenegro, and Shkodra in Albania. Ironically, these seemed to have...
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    I can understand criticizing certain aspects of...

    I can understand criticizing certain aspects of different religions, but you're going too far. Have some self constraint, and stop acting high and mighty. Turks are people just like you and everyone...
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    You come to these sites to read something...

    You come to these sites to read something worthwhile, and all you find are schizophrenic conspiracy rantings about caliphates.
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    Lebrok I appreciate your attempt at a neutral...

    Lebrok I appreciate your attempt at a neutral approach but you always over-simplify thing to a pretty ridiculous extent. Greeks and Turks aren't homogeneous amongst themselves, especially Turks, so...
  23. Most of this stuff is borderline schizophrenic...

    Most of this stuff is borderline schizophrenic speculation
  24. Some comments here are completely ridiculous....

    Some comments here are completely ridiculous. EV-13 speaking an Afro-Asiatic language? Did Chadic and Nigerian tribes speak the same language as Siberian hunter gatherers because they were both R1b?...
  25. I don't think such a thing as "original" exists....

    I don't think such a thing as "original" exists. Most places in Europe are a mixture of their PIE ancestors, that brought their languages from the steppe, and the pre-IE populations, and so there are...
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