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    I didn't want to return to this topic, but I want...

    I didn't want to return to this topic, but I want to make something crystal clear.

    I do believe that a good portion of what people achieve is the result of inherited capabilities of all kinds. So,...
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    From the Wall Street Journal: Harvard public...

    From the Wall Street Journal: Harvard public heath profesoor Mac Lipsitch, on coronavirus: “It is likely we’ll see a global pandemic...If a pandemic happens, 40% to 70% of people world-wide are...
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    Yes, I remember that paper as well. It was about...

    Yes, I remember that paper as well. It was about white women overwhelmingly preferring men of their own general phenotype, i.e. "white" men, but I think that it was that white men also prefer women...
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    Not everyone buried in Rome was a "local" or...

    Not everyone buried in Rome was a "local" or stayed and mixed their genes with locals. However, some obviously did, and indeed, going by yDna it doesn't look like a very big "Semitic" component....
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    So, no, men don't necessarily marry women who...

    So, no, men don't necessarily marry women who look like their mothers, which I always thought was kind of creepy anyway. :)

    The interesting thing is that if this imprinting does happen, it seems...
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    Thanks, but I'll stick with Gallup, not some b.s....

    Thanks, but I'll stick with Gallup, not some b.s. poll by the U.N., that cesspit.

    Number 5. Well, well, I guess you like yourselves. I guess it's only outsiders who think the Dutch are the most...
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    Again, what utter nonsense. At last count (as...

    Again, what utter nonsense.

    At last count (as of February 6,2020) 90% of Americans say they are satisfied with their personal lives....
  8. [QUOTE=Ygorcs;597143]That's what partly makes me...

    [QUOTE=Ygorcs;597143]That's what partly makes me deny the idea that the bulk of the boom of steppe-related lineages was caused by mass rape of local women in Europe and parts of Asia. In many places...
  9. See Razib Khan's take on it:...

    See Razib Khan's take on it:...
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    Let's hope this isn't right either. Studies...

    Let's hope this isn't right either.


    Studies in China suggest as many as 25% of patients need ICU care, something that could wreak havoc on health systems and cost billions. “There’s always...
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    Patterns in mate choice?

    Is it hereditary, is it imprinting on the parent of the opposite sex at a certain time? What is it? Can it be predicted? Do identical twin studies help?

    This is a very well done analysis of the...
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    Fascinating. Do you "see" it?

    Fascinating. Do you "see" it?
  13. The Red Army raped every German woman between 8 and 80

    With the knowledge and acquiescence of their superiors, I might add.

    See:
    https://www.theguardian.com/books/2002/may/01/news.features11?CMP=share_btn_tw

    I already knew this, but some of the...
  14. Acne is a disease of industrialized cultures?

    Of a lot of them, but not all, because it's "partly" a function of diet. That's always been clear to me.

    "Clearly, genetic susceptibility to acne cannot be ruled out in the interpretation of our...
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    Is Transgender Ideology dangerous?

    See this very thoughtful opinion piece in the Wall Street Journal.

    http://archive.is/puTGy

    Oh, you can count me as a yes.
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    ^^What utter nonsense. We're leaving Europe in...

    ^^What utter nonsense. We're leaving Europe in the dust. Russia isn't even in the running.

    As they used to say in the Soviet Union: We pretend to work and they pretend to pay us.

    Bernie would...
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    Love this song, but then nostalgia is my middle...

    Love this song, but then nostalgia is my middle name. :)
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    San Remo 2020 winner and contestant for...

    San Remo 2020 winner and contestant for Eurovision: Fai Rumore-Diodato


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ewXdq3PwtNA

    Without even looking it up I'd say Neapolitan.
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    It will be catastrophic; they don't have the...

    It will be catastrophic; they don't have the infrastructure to handle it, or, frankly the hygiene systems.

    So far, the cases in the west started with people who came into contact with travelers,...
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    Still Bronze Age and Balkans heavy, but my second...

    Still Bronze Age and Balkans heavy, but my second highest match is a sample from Roman Era Spain. My highest Iron Age sample is Castel de Decima at 9.5. The Iberians really come in from 10 to 12.
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    Not that bad with the new Iberian list, but not...

    Not that bad with the new Iberian list, but not as close as Torzio, or, obviously, our Iberian members.



    Distance to:
    Angela


    10.41360648
    I12516_SE_Iberia_c.10-16CE
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    I don't know if I would call it "meanness",...

    I don't know if I would call it "meanness", Dagne. :)

    Have you never hated anyone enough to wish them ill? It doesn't even have to be someone you know personally. I'll admit it: I have. I'm not...
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    Everyone should know by now that there was a...

    Everyone should know by now that there was a movement from the Caucasus areas southward into the Near East. That's why certain Europeans are closer to Anatolian farmers than are people in the Near...
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    When the CDC starts saying things like this it...

    When the CDC starts saying things like this it gets a little worrisome...
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    No, he wouldn't. However, although Palestinians...

    No, he wouldn't. However, although Palestinians and Bedouins are closer, they're not a great match either.

    Puts the whole dispute in a different light.

    I find it ironic that for some samples...
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