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    I don't know what to answer, @Dibran. Indeed,...

    I don't know what to answer, @Dibran. Indeed, these values ​​also seem to me to be high. It also happens with my matches. Assuming that these genetic links are real, the only thing that comes to my...
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    @eastara, sometimes the oracle and the...

    @eastara,

    sometimes the oracle and the combinations proposed by MTA don't offer the maximum precision, especially for some regions.
    I hypothesize that this sudden proximity or similarity of the...
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    Monday is an awful day. It should be...

    Monday is an awful day.
    It should be abolished...


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E4OzdyxbOuU
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    Thanks, Duarte. Now everything is clear. I...

    Thanks, Duarte. Now everything is clear.


    I just discussed it in private yesterday with Pax and other friends.


    I went to check on the paper and its supplements: he should date back to 167-46...
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    My old teacher of piano and organ when I was a...

    My old teacher of piano and organ when I was a boy always told me that it doesn't matter what is being played, the important thing is that the performance is grandiose, majestic.
    Great performance...
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    A mysterious Indo-Greek has also appeared here :)...

    A mysterious Indo-Greek has also appeared here :)

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    Mine also updated. Finally the "broadly"...

    Mine also updated.
    Finally the "broadly" components have been resized.
    On the other hand, a mysterious percentage of Broadly central & south asian appeared :)

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    "Music is the gentle art, the primordial daughter...

    "Music is the gentle art, the primordial daughter of the human heart, born with the first love, with the first pain." (A. B.)


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nXoX-HO9U5U
  9. Well said, Angela. In the past few days Pax had...

    Well said, Angela.
    In the past few days Pax had the patience to rework the PCA, including my data, and I fall exactly into the "ghost" cluster, a little dispersed from the others.


    Beata...
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    Some new updates among my "grandpas" :) ...

    Some new updates among my "grandpas" :)
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    Periodically I need to see the whole Il Marchese...

    Periodically I need to see the whole Il Marchese del Grillo (The Marquis of Grillo), because it's a powerful antidepressant: "'nnamo, quando se scherza bisogna esse seri!" (=come on, when you joke...
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    @ Thanks Duarte. Now it makes sense :) ...

    @ Thanks Duarte.
    Now it makes sense :)


    https://mytrueancestry.com/c/image.py?&j=bqfnod1kj2&s=dd
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    @Lenab, sure. And many times many of the soldiers...

    @Lenab, sure. And many times many of the soldiers were recruited in the Balkans. But that dating sounds strange to me: 1600 BC (!).
    I would expect to find an Illyrian in Britain at the height of...
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    Grandiose ...

    Grandiose


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8tRuVcdKM9g
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    That's mine Admix Results (sorted): #...

    That's mine

    Admix Results (sorted):



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    I wonder who the hell is that Illirian/Dalmatian...

    I wonder who the hell is that Illirian/Dalmatian positioned in Britain
    Is it a mistake or have I missed a few passes?:)
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    Mine. in my case I'd say that the single...

    Mine.
    in my case I'd say that the single population sharing doesn't work properly.
    Combos are a little more realistic. But only a little...Admix Results (sorted):



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    Some changes in the list of champions (there are...

    Some changes in the list of champions (there are also the Thuringians now!), in the archaeological map, in the table of the deep dive, in the ancestral timeline ... (here the Hittites and the...
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    Thank goodness some scientists report a minimum...

    Thank goodness some scientists report a minimum of common sense even in research.


    It reminds me of the case of the Bach family: for 200 years the lineage was professionally devoted to music,...
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    @Angela, surely the fact of being of Jewish...

    @Angela, surely the fact of being of Jewish origin weighed, but also a certain useless and gratuitous criticism towards him, accused of being substantially a conservative, an author little innovative...
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    This is true, Angela. I understand your...

    This is true, Angela.


    I understand your friend's opinion. I myself, who come from the famous "Riviera", have no particular enthusiasm for the summer din.
    However in Italy all this is almost a...
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    If ever the famous Big Bang from which everything...

    If ever the famous Big Bang from which everything originated had needed music to accompany it, it probably would have been such a stunning piece.


    Mendelssohn rocks

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    It's an italian song by Elio e le Storie tese,...

    It's an italian song by Elio e le Storie tese, born as an advertising jingle of a famous telephone company that offered special rates on cell phones in the summer period about 5 years ago.
    Having...
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    "The whole problem of life, then, is this: how to...

    "The whole problem of life, then, is this: how to break out of one's own loneliness, how to communicate with others." (C. Pavese)


    https://player.vimeo.com/video/228486916
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    Consider that an ancient presence of J2 in...

    Consider that an ancient presence of J2 in Europe, although at the time less widespread at the statistical level, is also attested in periods prior to the metal age, during the late Neolithic period,...
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