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    I get tons of these Spaniards; they're pushing...

    I get tons of these Spaniards; they're pushing everyone else down.

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  2. It's news to you because it never happened. Lenab...

    It's news to you because it never happened. Lenab is confused...again.

    As to the Sarmatians, while some were probably re-located, I wouldn't take some of the figures quoted by ancient scholars...
  3. I don't know, Bicicleur. I didn't get the...

    I don't know, Bicicleur. I didn't get the impression they were talking about a total or near total replacement event. What I got from it is that there are "some" signs of Scandinavian genetic...
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    Even if you're born into a family of musicians,...

    Even if you're born into a family of musicians, the "gift" is not going to be distributed equally. Then, there is practice and all the other things to consider, as you mentioned.

    If you happen to...
  5. Do we know how much U-106 is in Ireland, and I1,...

    Do we know how much U-106 is in Ireland, and I1, bicicleur? Is it found more so around areas of undoubted Viking settlement like Dublin perhaps?

    Then there are the women to consider, as Joey has...
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    Hence why I like his music so much, more than...

    Hence why I like his music so much, more than many of the "Romantic" composers.

    I'm sure what you're saying is true in a general sense outside of Nazi Germany, but he, like other Jewish...
  7. Wearing high heels as female mating strategy

    I never thought of it in those terms at all, but I do remember saying that the day I had to put away my high heels would be the day I gave up. :)

    I still have some of these in my closet. I can't...
  8. Perhaps where the red hair comes from? So, no...

    Perhaps where the red hair comes from?

    So, no ethnic group in Europe is precisely the same as they were in the Bronze Age.
  9. So it would appear from the PCA. However, that...

    So it would appear from the PCA. However, that doesn't square with the supposed "leak" that in Republican Rome there were "two" groups: one more Northern Italian like and one more Southern Italian...
  10. If you wish to continue in this hobby you're...

    If you wish to continue in this hobby you're really going to have to buckle down and get a book on population genetics and study it. Find out the difference between IBS and IBD. Find out what...
  11. I don't know for sure but I don't think so. The...

    I don't know for sure but I don't think so. The Moots paper, from the little information I have, is centered only on the environs of Rome itself, and doesn't include Etruscans. I think the PCA may be...
  12. I give up.

    I give up.
  13. I would suggest waiting, unlike "Generalissimo"...

    I would suggest waiting, unlike "Generalissimo" until, as I said above, we have definite and precise information about where each sample was found, the date, the burial context, and the isotope...
  14. Man, they're really geniuses over there at...

    Man, they're really geniuses over there at anthrogenica.

    "G2a2b2a appears in central Italy. [I presume in addition to the U-152] E and J appear mainly in Romans from southern Italy."

    DUH!!!!...
  15. Very well put. You could also say: similar...

    Very well put. You could also say: similar proportions of ancient peoples.

    It doesn't mean recent admixture.
  16. Right, something that is only 2% of all your dna...

    Right, something that is only 2% of all your dna is more "reliable" than something that is 98% of your dna. All righty then.

    Without knowing anything about me, 23andme knows I'm Italian, and over...
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    That's absolute nonsense. Punic was just a...

    That's absolute nonsense.

    Punic was just a branch of the Canaanite language of the Phoenicians, and therefore, ergo, it was by definition a Semitic language.

    For that matter, where on earth...
  18. It's impossible to have a rational discussion...

    It's impossible to have a rational discussion about this without the paper in front of us.

    If, by "Romans" being more "Aegean" like they mean some samples from Ostia, Rome's biggest port, then...
  19. How can people posting on pop gen sites not know...

    How can people posting on pop gen sites not know the difference between IBS and IBD.

    Go back to the drawing board, people, and do some research.

    Start with the references in this article....
  20. Oh lord... "Our analysis of a huge cohort of...

    Oh lord...

    "Our analysis of a huge cohort of 1.8 million anonymized DNA tests."

    Is that enough samples for you?

    It's not hard to find actual, recent, Ashkenazi ancestry if you indeed have...
  21. You still don't get it. They're talking REALLY...

    You still don't get it. They're talking REALLY RECENT admixture, i.e. last 10 generations or 300 years, or companies like 23andme and MyHeritage wouldn't be able to find IBD segments.

    One more...
  22. Lenab, you are completely confused as to what is...

    Lenab, you are completely confused as to what is being discussed here. They're talking about RECENT admixture of Ashkenazi Jews and the "local" people of the host country.

    It has NOTHING to do...
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    Actually, while they shared some ancestry, it's...

    Actually, while they shared some ancestry, it's well established that the Levantine Neolithic is quite different from the Anatolian Neolithic, which is likewise different from Iran Neolithic. There...
  24. Some modern food crops are less "nutritious" than they used to be

    I'm not at all surprised. They select for shelf life or size or fast growth or whatever, and in the process they're breeding out some essential nutrients, although not all.

    So, it's not enough to...
  25. Immune System and Mental Health are connected

    This is potentially extremely important.

    See:
    https://neurosciencenews.com/immune-system-mental-health-14737/amp/

    "Many people have long believed that there is a connection between mental...
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