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    Well, the Spanish Pyrenees dwellers are certainly...

    Well, the Spanish Pyrenees dwellers are certainly pretty inbred, but that's natural for mountainous places, islands out of the mainstream etc.

    The results pretty much depend on the genes which...
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    As far as the U.S. and Britain are concerned,...

    As far as the U.S. and Britain are concerned, both the number of cases and the number of deaths are plummeting, thanks to the all out push from the drug companies, and the willingness of most people...
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    Thank you for quoting me, but some attribution...

    Thank you for quoting me, but some attribution would have been nice. :)

    BTW, China still has the gall to deny it started in China. As if every flu and respiratory disease every single year can't...
  4. Problem is that Eurogenes seems to have disavowed...

    Problem is that Eurogenes seems to have disavowed his own calculators.
  5. So, basically like LBK, Anatolian farmer plus...

    So, basically like LBK, Anatolian farmer plus 9-10 % WHG.

    There weren't many WHG in the Balkans so that may explain it, plus the fact that it took a long time for the two groups to mix.

    The...
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    Latin Levantines in the Middle East

    I love learning about something I didn't even know existed, and this is one of those things, despite the fact that I thought I knew quite a bit about Church History.

    The name "Latin Levantines" is...
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    Monumental Neolithic Tomb in Arabia

    I hope one of the big labs sees this and gets samples for DNA testing. I'd like to see the differences, if any, with Levantine Neolithic and North African ancient remains.

    See:...
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    I'm on a risotto streak, and trying to use the...

    I'm on a risotto streak, and trying to use the new spring vegetables in season. Made it with vegetable stock and asparagus last night. It was so good.

    I'm really missing Greek food in lockdown....
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    You might want to take a look at the PCA in the...

    You might want to take a look at the PCA in the very recent paper discussed in this thread.

    See:...
  10. Thread: "WOKE" America

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    This is what parents are being told: "Biracial...

    This is what parents are being told:

    "Biracial students K-12 students with one white parent are having an especially tough time. If they choose the "white identifying group," they're told they...
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    Talk about over-reaction...The FDA has paused...

    Talk about over-reaction...The FDA has paused distribution of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine because 6 people out of 6.5 million shots.

    Anybody every look up the side effects of aspirin, or...
  12. The Roman Pantheon-its architecture and appearance

    It's still my favorite building in the world; not the outside, but the inside. It's a bit of an obsession. If I can find a reasonably priced pension or hotel I try to stay nearby when in Rome so I...
  13. Domesticated sheep reached C.Asia 3,000 years earlier than once thought.

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    https://www.nature.com/articles/s41562-021-01083-y

    "The development and dispersal of agropastoralism transformed the cultural and ecological landscapes of the Old World, but little is known...
  14. I hardly think that's the end of the matter.

    I hardly think that's the end of the matter.
  15. I certainly agree with the bolded part of their...

    I certainly agree with the bolded part of their conclusions.

    I'm not so certain that there wasn't an initial very large invasion from the steppe, and it's just the details which took a longer...
  16. Corded Ware-Formation of their Culture and Language

    I don't see anything that people here shouldn't already have heard.

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    Wonderful Calabrian folk group I just discovered....

    Wonderful Calabrian folk group I just discovered. Lovely music...beautiful girls...beautiful couple...how can it fail? :)

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    Top 6 gluten free grains

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJ_JLkO8Sn0
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJ_JLkO8Sn0


    Who knew bird seed might be good for you? :)

    I've had it as a porridge and it's not bad at all;...
  19. I don't see any impertinence in your question....

    I don't see any impertinence in your question. Perhaps there is something I don't know about Jewish populations, but I assumed the writing program they were using wrote Yosemite instead of Yemenite...
  20. The Aegean as a possible population dispersal route into Europe-L. Paleolithic

    Fascinating stuff...especially about the submerged areas of the Aegean.


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    "The Balkan Peninsula lies on a key...
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    Short History of the Moors

    It focuses more on the actual change in dynasties as it affected architecture, although there is passing reference to the more extreme brands of fundamentalism of the Moorish dynasties versus the...
  22. Spanish Eastern Pyrenees Population Structure

    They cluster both with Iberians and French Basque, as is to be expected, but there's an amazing amount of structure even within the villages, resulting in high runs of homozygosity. Lots of drift...
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    Thanks. I'm just getting a lot more matches than...

    Thanks. I'm just getting a lot more matches than I expected.
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    27 shared segments just seems like a really high...

    27 shared segments just seems like a really high number.
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    @Salento, This is how you set up your...

    @Salento,

    This is how you set up your parameters, yes?

    Minimum segment threshold size to be included in total = 25 SNPs
    Minimum segment cM to be included in total = 3.0 cM
    Mismatch-bunching...
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