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    Wrong. Hence the reason why transgenders and/or...

    Wrong. Hence the reason why transgenders and/or intersex people are easily spotted by 23andme regardless of the gender they’ve chosen.
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    Many of these guys have fathers who are either...

    Many of these guys have fathers who are either R1b or R1a yet they still get reported as “female”. How come? BTW, what other haplogroups are defined by a SRY mutation? Also, is it safe to say that a...
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    One thing that intrigued (and arguably puzzled)...

    One thing that intrigued (and arguably puzzled) me is the fact that I’ve seen SRY-positive XX males on 23andme (AKA XX males carrying translocated Y genetic material on either their paternal X or...
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    If “she” has a Y-DNA haplogroup (and therefore a...

    If “she” has a Y-DNA haplogroup (and therefore a Y chromosome), then “she” is genetically male period. In that case, it would be more accurate to say “she” thought that “she” was a biological woman.
  5. I don’t buy for a second that this marker is...

    I don’t buy for a second that this marker is connected (or has ever been so for that matter) to either Celts or Germanics. After all, E-V13 has yet to appear in ancient Celtic and Germanic remains.
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    Don't any of you think it is unbelievable how can...

    Don't any of you think it is unbelievable how can smart people, such as Maciamo and bicicleur, support a second referendum (which is anti-democratic in both theory and practice)? BTW, David Lammy can...
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    Oh come on Maciamo! Do you really think I'll...

    Oh come on Maciamo! Do you really think I'll believe those unsourced percentages? I mean why would London have a Muslim mayor if not a very significant part of its population is Muslim? And most...
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    Perhaps, but that still doesn't change the fact...

    Perhaps, but that still doesn't change the fact that London (1) is the most Muslim city in Britain, (2) has a Muslim mayor, and (3) is the least ethnically English part of England. In other words,...
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    Why not? London(istan) is hardly English anymore!

    Why not? London(istan) is hardly English anymore!
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    Maciamo, I'm baffled by the fact that you're...

    Maciamo, I'm baffled by the fact that you're repeating the controlled media's scaring tactics! The EU didn't do much for Britain anyway. It's also really not surprising that the LEAST British part of...
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    Wow!!! You are talking about a "study" reporting...

    Wow!!! You are talking about a "study" reporting some kind of heteropaternal chimera. Interesting, but I doubt that the aforementioned man who "failed" the paternity test had two Y chromosomes (ie,...
  12. I agree with Aberdeen when he says that most of...

    I agree with Aberdeen when he says that most of these West Eurasian lineages found in modern tribal Siberians can be attributed to the Mongol Empire. However, I'm not saying Maciamo's wrong when he...
  13. I would say it was neither. Maybe the original hg...

    I would say it was neither. Maybe the original hg P* carriers looked somewhat similar to Northwest Coast Amerindians( in other words, they had phenotypes within the range of these people:...
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    Poll: I would say it's rather hg R that deserves the...

    I would say it's rather hg R that deserves the title of the most "multiracial" haplogroup...
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    Even if the original R1 man had "dark" skin, that...

    Even if the original R1 man had "dark" skin, that doesn't mean he was a "Negroid". BTW, I do not take "molecular clocks" seriously anymore nor the mainstream "out-of-Africa" theory for that matter. I...
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    Well someone with such discipline and a...

    Well someone with such discipline and a tough-mind would not be making such bizarre and non-sensical claims as hg R1 being originally a "Negroid" haplogroup. BTW, I find it odd that you claim to be a...
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    Thanks for the link. So it is not even Jean M...

    Thanks for the link. So it is not even Jean M who's made the claim but jeanL( an even more random amateur!). It seems even Jean M is suspicious of the claim! Even though I disagree with Manco on a...
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    Apparently, only Jean Manco (Jean M) who's the...

    Apparently, only Jean Manco (Jean M) who's the owner of the blog reporting on these findings, claims that the remains carrying hg H are pre-Neolithic. Personally, I remain skeptical until further...
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    R1b-L21 among Jews is most likely due to paternal...

    R1b-L21 among Jews is most likely due to paternal admixture from either Romans or Celto-Germanics during either Late Antiquity or the Middle Ages. Yes, paternal non-Jewish admixture was relatively...
  20. I believe hg Q1b in some modern Afro-Asiatic...

    I believe hg Q1b in some modern Afro-Asiatic people (ie, Jews, Lebanese) could be explained by admixture from either a source Iranic (ie, Indo-European) or Upper Paleolithic pre-Semitic (and...
  21. What about this:...

    What about this:...
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    We have no idea what was the original skin colour...

    We have no idea what was the original skin colour of (modern) humans . Early modern humans could have been as light as San Bushmen, or as dark as South Sudanese, or even similar to Amerindians (ie,...
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    Well it seems that Canavero now claims that human...

    Well it seems that Canavero now claims that human head transplants are ready for 2017:...
  24. Male homosexuality and autism hardly correlate...

    Male homosexuality and autism hardly correlate with each other:

    http://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/21551-Homosexuality-VS-Autism

    Male homosexuality is caused by the lack of enough...
  25. Can XX males who have some translocated Y-genetic...

    Can XX males who have some translocated Y-genetic material(such as SRY) get a paternal/Y-DNA haplogroup? Or is the entire Y-chromosome needed for such an assignment? I'm a bit confused!
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