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  1. There doesn’t appear to be any G2a-CTS342 among...

    There doesn’t appear to be any G2a-CTS342 among the original Romans? Only U1 and L497 ?

    Also, perhaps a question for Torzio, but what does “La” prefix mean in southern Italian surnames, in...
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    This is a very vivid and frightening account of...

    This is a very vivid and frightening account of what a patient with a serious case of coronavirus may experience.

    (((((( Yes, I came across the article on ZeroHedge, which, to be clear, is an...
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    I actually discovered a link to the article on...

    I actually discovered a link to the article on Peak Prosperity, which has been one of the best sources on this epidemic. However, there was very little discussion of the theory over there. I linked...
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    What do people here make of the theory that...

    What do people here make of the theory that COVID-19 originated in the United States because it is the site -- supposedly -- of the greatest diversity of haplotypes or strains of the virus?
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    There is also a class angle to the grooming...

    There is also a class angle to the grooming scandal, as victims are almost universally young English working-class girls. It doesn't affect the opinion-making classes.
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    New study states that R factor is 4.08, which is...

    New study states that R factor is 4.08, which is sky high ------>

    for some reason, the links that I post do not work???!!!

    So if interested, go to the website MedRxiv.org

    The article is...
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    Authored by Charles Hugh Smith via OfTwoMinds...

    Authored by Charles Hugh Smith via OfTwoMinds blog:
    Restrictions that allow a significant number of people to move about, either with official approval or unsanctioned “black market” activity,...
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    German man contracted novel coronavirus from...

    German man contracted novel coronavirus from asymptomatic Chinese colleague at work training session in Bavaria ===

    "The colleague, a woman from Shanghai, "started to feel sick on the flight home...
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    As an inveterate pessimist, I cannot help but...

    As an inveterate pessimist, I cannot help but suspect that Western authorities are allowing infected & contagious travelers from China into the US and Europe because they are not yet registering a...
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    Widely divergent views of actions of Chinese...

    Widely divergent views of actions of Chinese government. First video is very critical, and is of interest as it conveys the utter despair of a young Chinese man in Wuhan =...
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    It's about time! I was wondering why there...

    It's about time! I was wondering why there wasn't a thread on this subject here.

    This is article from Journal of Virology, theorizing that Wuhan Coronavirus likely transmitted to humans from...
  12. If we know the aDNA for all of these samples, why...

    If we know the aDNA for all of these samples, why can't we speculate (however provisionally) about which Y-lineages were Italic and which ones Tyrrhenian?
  13. Very interesting. Have you determined which Y...

    Very interesting. Have you determined which Y lineages were Italic and which Tyhrrhenean?
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    It was a victory for National Populism, and the...

    It was a victory for National Populism, and the wave is still a long way from cresting
    See in general the study by Eatwell & Goodwin, published last year...
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    Poll: I don't think marijuana is nearly as benign as...

    I don't think marijuana is nearly as benign as people imagine, especially today's marijuana (as opposed to marijuana circa 1990)

    Further, now that it's been decriminalized in NYC, it's ubiquitous....
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    So when Angela says, "this is a whole new way of...

    So when Angela says, "this is a whole new way of looking at European ancestry" ---> the point is that Reich et al are going to look at modern European populations as different blends of six different...
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    Jovialis, could you elaborate on this point? Or...

    Jovialis, could you elaborate on this point? Or did you want to go over Moots with a fine-tooth comb first?

    Certainly it appears that G2a2b lines moved from Balkans during Copper Age to Western...
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    ha ha, guilty as charged ---> somehow the latest...

    ha ha, guilty as charged ---> somehow the latest Ancestry.com results have me as more Irish (42%) than Italian (38%, plus another 8% Greece & Balkans). I should be a quarter English, but somehow...
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    Hi Dema -- Thanks for the G2a info. A few...

    Hi Dema -- Thanks for the G2a info. A few remarks.

    First, I am surprised to see the U1 branch represented in Rome (circa 1-400 CE). Although Pip was banned, I found his discussion of the L140...
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    Elementary question. Isn't Steppe ancestry...

    Elementary question. Isn't Steppe ancestry itself roughly 50% CHG/Iran Neo, with the balance Ancient North Eurasian and EHG? And isn't ANE found in Native Americans?

    My impression is that the...
  21. Spanish Hapsburgs bad, ancient Egyptians much...

    Spanish Hapsburgs bad, ancient Egyptians much worse -- I am thinking of Cleopatra and near kin, literally sisters marrying brothers, etc, if memory serves

    But so far as I can tell from amateur...
  22. Off-topic, but what are odds that Italians with...

    Off-topic, but what are odds that Italians with surname Pugliese trace back to Puglia? Or, as ever, are things way too complicated to say or even speculate? I realize that Pugliese in Southern...
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    Is this actually true? The dispersion of Jewish...

    Is this actually true? The dispersion of Jewish merchant communities across the Mediterranean pre-dates the destruction of the Temple by several centuries. And as for the Jews who farmed the land,...
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    For a sympathetic literary portrait of Pilate,...

    For a sympathetic literary portrait of Pilate, see the novella by Roger Caillois ---->

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    Poll: I started going gray at a ridiculously early age,...

    I started going gray at a ridiculously early age, even before age 18, if memory serves. I also have very thick, slightly wavy hair, and will never go bald. I am pretty sure this all via my maternal...
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