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  1. If by "this site" you mean MyTrueAncestry.com,...

    If by "this site" you mean MyTrueAncestry.com, then I had a similar experience. I am a registered tribal member and 15-17% Polynesian according to different DNA calculators (which fits with my...
  2. I think this is just the final published version...

    I think this is just the final published version of the paper posted as a pre-print last October.
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    Are they suggesting that there were Jomon people...

    Are they suggesting that there were Jomon people in Japan well before 50,000 years ago, but the population decreased from 50,000 years on? Other studies suggest that 50,000 years ago the ancestors of...
  4. Yes, and early pre-neolithic pottery originating...

    Yes, and early pre-neolithic pottery originating in south China may have accompanied this coastal Jomon-ancestry migration. Much later, this coastal corridor may have been used by rice farmers taking...
  5. Between 11 and 4 kya, AP were in turn largely...

    Between 11 and 4 kya, AP were in turn largely replaced by another group of peoples with ancestry from East Asia, the "Neosiberians" from which many contemporary Siberians derive.



    The paper...
  6. Yes, it is also possible, but curved toe bones...

    Yes, it is also possible, but curved toe bones that may be great for climbing trees are not so great for making long migratory journeys walking upright. There certainly isn't a forest corridor from...
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    These results suggest that at the end of the last...

    These results suggest that at the end of the last ice age there were at least three distinct populations of hunter-gatherers in China: the Jomon-related coastal East Asians between Far Eastern...
  8. Monkey hunting may have been a common practice by...

    Monkey hunting may have been a common practice by our hominin ancestors in Africa long before 45,000 years ago. After all, our chimpanzee cousins still hunt monkeys. Interesting study though. It's...
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    I agree. Despite various...

    I agree. Despite various "out-of-Africa-then-back-to-Africa" theories, I think the obvious place of origin is still the most likely. When there was a significant gap in the fossil record of African...
  10. Interesting study. How about homo floresiensis as...

    Interesting study. How about homo floresiensis as a candidate for D1? This is the only hominin apart from modern humans known to have crossed the Wallace Line. The archaeological horizon for them is...
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    My understanding of this paper is shaky at best,...

    My understanding of this paper is shaky at best, but would it be correct to say that there are two main scenarios that would explain these results?

    1) In 26,000bp there was a small Dzudzuana...
  12. Why the assumption that the Papuan migrants...

    Why the assumption that the Papuan migrants arriving in Vanuatu spoke Papuan languages? Austronesian languages arrived in the Bismarck Archipelago around 3400 yr BP, and by 2500 yr BP they had had...
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