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    Have you tested with FTDNA? If so, I recommend...

    Have you tested with FTDNA? If so, I recommend joining the R1b-U152 project.
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    Poll: The more I see of it, I am less convinced that...

    The more I see of it, I am less convinced that Z56 should be seen as predominantly Italic; most subclades seem scattered in the L2 territory (and dominated by L2), probably also taking part in...
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    The Burke claim is very shaky. They descend from...

    The Burke claim is very shaky. They descend from William de Burgh who came to Ireland in 1185.
    it is possible that he is indeed the grandson of Guillaume de Mortain (de Burgo), but I wouldn't know...
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    Maybe it depends on the severity of the...

    Maybe it depends on the severity of the condition; it is a broad spectrum; in my family there are several people who can be described as highly intelligent, leaning towards Asperger, I think in such...
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    There were (and are) two types: (1) an unmarried...

    There were (and are) two types: (1) an unmarried woman who gets an illegitimate child; this is the most clear one, visible in baptismal records. (2) a married woman who gets a child of another man...
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    The component names are not always to be taken...

    The component names are not always to be taken literally; "Italian" and also "Iberian" are more likely to represent certain neolithic ancestry.
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    X-chromosomes inherit in a choppy way, the father...

    X-chromosomes inherit in a choppy way, the father just gives his mother's one to his daughter unchanged, the mother generally gives through a blend of her father's and mother's, however, there are...
  8. So this is about the assets one has? Cars,...

    So this is about the assets one has? Cars, houses, etc.? I can imagine additional differences in for example taxing leads to different purchasing power rates.
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    People differ in how easy they take on a new...

    People differ in how easy they take on a new language, if they do they often keep their way of pronunciation. If someone has difficulties changing their language to the new dominant one, surely his...
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    I always found it interesting that Dutch is the...

    I always found it interesting that Dutch is the only Germanic language in which (except for the northeast) plosives are not aspirated (like in English, German etc.).
  11. @Maciamo, you may find my post here...

    @Maciamo, you may find my post here interesting;
  12. Interesting; I remember seeing elsewhere a few...

    Interesting; I remember seeing elsewhere a few Brits who had Tuscan as well, though most did not have it.
    They give me 68,8% GB (most SE England, Lincolnshire, East Anglia), and then interestingly...
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    Poll: I view Etruscans as similar to the Magyar elite,...

    I view Etruscans as similar to the Magyar elite, leaving a language and culture, but not much Y-dna.
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    Poll: I got back Y37 markers at ftdna (I needed these...

    I got back Y37 markers at ftdna (I needed these in order to do the Big Y, which is the next step! I am aware of the existence of Y Elite); The closest matches within U152 seem to be two men from the...
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    Interesting. They give a haplogroup and a...

    Interesting.

    They give a haplogroup and a subclade (if available). They did not provide me an Y-subclade below U152; apparently they do for now only test below U152 for L2 and subclades of L2. So...
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    Discounts this August at FT-DNA

    Lots of tests are heavily discounted this August; A Big Y test is now $395, saving $200. I thought about giving it a try.. it needs more Dutch samples. Watch out for overspending though, these tests...
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    Poll: I used to play CivIII many times.. it lacks the...

    I used to play CivIII many times.. it lacks the religion part of Civ IV, but I loved it. I always did the full map with 16 civs, and at the end only some remained. I found it interesting that the...
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    They should get Ashkenazi references; however,...

    They should get Ashkenazi references; however, they like to assign DNA to regions on maps, and that poses a problem for "wandering" populations.
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    In my case, my 1/16 Jewish seems to have been...

    In my case, my 1/16 Jewish seems to have been represented by Living DNA, by lack of a Jewish cluster, as a mixture of Kurdish, Iberian and West-Balkan. In some cases, people without Jewish ancestry...
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    It seems that gedmatch (the original, not the...

    It seems that gedmatch (the original, not the genesis) doesn't batch process the LivingDNA files completely somehow; apparently you will therefore not see a list of potential matches (one-to-many...
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    correction: the autosomal raw file does indeed...

    correction: the autosomal raw file does indeed seem to contain 600k SNPs. It is just the batch-processing at regular gedmatch that doesn't work properly, which does only make the one-to-many...
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    Cool, we need people with the drive to do this....

    Cool, we need people with the drive to do this. The exponential increase of knowledge in this field is very exciting, I can't wait what we will know in 2025. I myself would like to see a map of W5;...
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    The txt-file doesn't seem complete yet, they are...

    The txt-file doesn't seem complete yet, they are probably working on that.
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    Does the tokenizing and batch processing work...

    Does the tokenizing and batch processing work well with you at regular Gedmatch? It says maybe "too few SNPs". Several tools work, but I would also like to use one-to-many.
  25. It is somehow strange, because I would think...

    It is somehow strange, because I would think you'd learn your surname's pronunciation from your father. This is mainly a question of an interpretation of a foreign name within the pronunciation rules...
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