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    It would be helpful to clarify the "Semite" part....

    It would be helpful to clarify the "Semite" part. Northern Semites (Jews, Assyrians, Druze, and Arabized peoples of the Fertile Crescent and Levant) are indeed close to Europeans because they have...
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    Add to that rampant inequality that economic...

    Add to that rampant inequality that economic elites have no intention of addressing. This is playing with fire.
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    It's funny how even most conservatives I know...

    It's funny how even most conservatives I know here who were opposed to the restrictions throughout–and I've opposed most of them myself–have gotten the vaccines. Most of those would still fervently...
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    This is a description of literature on the remains from Hotu Cave. Some of the samples may not have been anatomically complete, and I don't know whether the DNA extracted from "IIIb" is the same as...
  5. Also H, which is now extremely rare and doesn't...

    Also H, which is now extremely rare and doesn't seem to have done well in Europe following the Paleolithic, being as the majority of men in Europe with it belong to the Indian/South Asian branch,...
  6. This is a huge problem. These calculators make it...

    This is a huge problem. These calculators make it look like "Early European Farmer" or "Neolithic Farmer" or whatever label they come up with is a consistent admixture. It isn't. It is an unstable...
  7. The Bedouin definitely have more than their share...

    The Bedouin definitely have more than their share of pretty faces. That lady looks almost Gypsy to me.

    In any case, I wouldn't say those noses (PPNB) are either extreme (upturned or aquiline)....
  8. I skimmed this preprint a couple months ago and...

    I skimmed this preprint a couple months ago and I'm not sure I'm convinced. I don't think their findings are enough to warrant overturning our current understanding of admixture in the region. The...
  9. Thread: The Picts

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    I've seen theories about the Picts being some...

    I've seen theories about the Picts being some super-distinct group of Europeans, with some possible pre-Indo-European links. Why does that never show up genetically? Scots are pretty comfortably...
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    I wonder if I'll get around to it, because work...

    I wonder if I'll get around to it, because work and Chinese keep me plenty busy, but this is a resource for learning Proto-Indo-European.
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    Not very nice to pollute the forum with your...

    Not very nice to pollute the forum with your deranged alt-right garbage, while insulting people in the process.
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    Yeah it's clearly not just nutrition. At this...

    Yeah it's clearly not just nutrition. At this point the vast majority of Europeans (at least in the west) grow to be as tall as is genetically possible. This could be some crazy runaway natural...
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    Yes, and most "Hispanic" people don't agree with...

    Yes, and most "Hispanic" people don't agree with the Lxtxnx bxllshxt.

    Looking back on this thread, some people on here to understand the problem of how deeply-rooted wokeness is in the US in...
  14. I'm curious about the English. Over a hundred...

    I'm curious about the English. Over a hundred million Americans have English blood–I'm one of them (mixed). London and New York may have a similar number of residents of Anglo-Saxon ethnicity.
  15. An actual source of Basal Eurasian ancestry so it...

    An actual source of Basal Eurasian ancestry so it doesn't have to be inferred from other things. That being said there is already good phenotypical evidence as to Basal Eurasian ancestry in Arabia.
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    Probably the best candidate for Basal Eurasians...

    Probably the best candidate for Basal Eurasians are the "Bedouin B" as they are called in genomics papers; they are a subgroup of Negev Bedouin from southern Israel. Aside from them the Mahra people...
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    Not sure what you mean here. Are you talking...

    Not sure what you mean here. Are you talking about head shape and body shape independently of one-another?



    I agree if you're talking about soft-tissue things like obesity that can result from...
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    I was for a while "liberal" if anything mainly...

    I was for a while "liberal" if anything mainly for economic reasons, but I can no longer tolerate this. Trump is out of office, so most crazy and over-the-top nonsense from the right no longer...
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    To the extent this is true, it's probably due to...

    To the extent this is true, it's probably due to genetic factors. Non-genetic limits on growth (aka stunting) result in both shorter stature and a weaker bone structure. East Africans and certain...
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    I saw mention of the Balkans and Anatolia. Does...

    I saw mention of the Balkans and Anatolia. Does this have anything to do with the WHG-like admixture found in West Asia? Earlier papers referenced "UHG" (Unknown Hunter-Gatherers) quite frequently.
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