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    Nationality ?

    Nationality ?
  2. In what way? It's a true story. You're a dummy...

    In what way? It's a true story. You're a dummy that tries to seize the wrong opportunities to look good/tough. It's both shocking; and a true story. You need to take your military boots off "mister...
  3. Exactly. The mother should be penalized, not...

    Exactly. The mother should be penalized, not rewarded for bearing the other mans son lol....again; only in France. I've seen it turn out uhhhh.....differently in the states. This happened with a us...
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    Poll: Ok so T is not a main Phoenician marker...? Then...

    Ok so T is not a main Phoenician marker...? Then what explains it's particular spread across the Mediterranean, canary/Madeiras islans, Lemba; a community of sleek crypto-Jews moving across the...
  5. (Looks up for a few slow seconds)......Oh s***!...

    (Looks up for a few slow seconds)......Oh s***! What is that; a plane?!?! Dada runs marathon-fast out the court room, never to be seen again.
  6. I wouldn't pay for the child under divorce if it...

    I wouldn't pay for the child under divorce if it WAS mine; if it wasn't I'd be out of there so fast regardless.
  7. Nah; mama can take care of boo-boo if she wants,...

    Nah; mama can take care of boo-boo if she wants, dada gonna sprint towards the left real-quick.
  8. People with no values can exceed the limits. By...

    People with no values can exceed the limits. By many, many times. Heh; turns me on just thinking I live here.
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    Poll: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC266803...

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2668035/#!po=73.8095

    sile can you help me understand what it says about k2 here? Which PSC+ represents K2? was it spread by Phoenicians according to...
  10. I see another Scandinav female, Finland in...

    I see another Scandinav female, Finland in particular, with mtdna I as I suspected it seems I and W within Europe peak in the general Scandinavia region as rarer haplogroups of the region. I was...
  11. Thread: My results

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    As a side note, the ancient province of Rhaetia...

    As a side note, the ancient province of Rhaetia aligns well with high's of G and T but not J2, for a very odd reason considering they branched off from the Etruscans. Sort of extreme eastern...
  12. Thread: My results

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    History of Bergamo; first phrase: "Bergamo...

    History of Bergamo; first phrase: "Bergamo occupies the site of the ancient town of Bergomum, founded as a settlement of the Celtic tribe of Cenomani."
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    Celtic+ Slavic+ Scandinav mix with Celtic...

    Celtic+ Slavic+ Scandinav mix with Celtic predominance and lesser Slavic/Scandinav elements of which Scandinav is more present than Slavic.
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    Poll: "They traveled west along the coast of...

    "They traveled west along the coast of north-Africa and also along the Mediterranean coastlines of Southern Europe" that sounds eerily like the movements of the Phoenicians, a general pattern that...
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    Poll: To me, nailing the origin of T in the...

    To me, nailing the origin of T in the Mediterranean is actually pretty simple; we just need to take a look at southern Iberia. First of all, there's a very coastal Mediterranean bias for T in Europe;...
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    Poll: To me, nailing the origin of T in the...

    To me, nailing the origin of T in the Mediterranean is actually pretty simple; we just need to take a look at southern Iberia. First of all, there's a very coastal Mediterranean bias for T in Europe;...
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    Poll: Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Libyan Arabs,...

    Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Libyan Arabs, Lebanese; they all seem to gravitate around 5% with Iraq at 6%. Assyrians of Iran, Egyptians and Omani people are nearer to 8%; thats about it...
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    Poll: Probably because it represents small fractionned...

    Probably because it represents small fractionned parts of Germany with the highest frequency being 24% in a region; I'm only shocked that the 3% isn't lower anywhere lol. But the Jordan claim is...
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    Poll: Then there is another description for my L299...

    Then there is another description for my L299 subclade: age: 26,500-14,500 years ago: This man and his earliest descendants lived in western Asia during the time of Kebaran culture. The...
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    Poll: Courtesy of genographic 2.0 (well, according to...

    Courtesy of genographic 2.0 (well, according to them):

    "This is my genographic description for M70: age of haplogroup, mutation took place: 33,750-19,250 years ago.This step of your paternal...
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    Poll: But how could you be god Sile? You don't keep me...

    But how could you be god Sile? You don't keep me entertained enough with propositions of our origins LOL, I'm always doing the research : (
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    Poll: A quote from god (spencer wells private message):...

    A quote from god (spencer wells private message):

    "T is found around the Mediterranean basin, and yes, some of its spread almost certainly was due to the Phoenicians. Not too surprising given you...
  23. Thread: My results

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    Bituriges, Arverni, Senones, Aedui, Ambarri,...

    Bituriges, Arverni, Senones, Aedui, Ambarri, Carnutes, and Aulerci,lingones. Find these tribes on a map of ancient France (ancient Gaul map) and you will see from where these migrants moved to italy....
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    Bellovesus was a legendary Gallic king. He lived...

    Bellovesus was a legendary Gallic king. He lived around 600 BCE and is remembered for invading northern Italy with his people during the legendary reign of the 5th king of Rome, Tarquinius Priscus...
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    You should change your name to "Gallic Celt", not...

    You should change your name to "Gallic Celt", not Lombard lol. The Lombards where Germanic ethnicity, arriving via southern Scandinavia and didnt affect italy that much (5%), they brought I1. The...
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