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  1. Those I have spoken to on the aforementioned...

    Those I have spoken to on the aforementioned forum on Anthrogenica, have been nothing but cordial and professional. I have observed no political or ethno-centric babble in any of the findings and/or...
  2. Thank you for your response. That is my view as...

    Thank you for your response. That is my view as well. When more data is revealed such as that collected from Fernandes et al. 2019, we will probably get a few more J2a and/or J2b samples from ancient...
  3. Thanks to Principe, I have now updated my...

    Thanks to Principe, I have now updated my original post. There have been a few other slight changes in the links too. Here is a good link if any of you are interested in ancient Europeans with Y-DNA...
  4. Thanks for the comment. Is there anyway I can fix...

    Thanks for the comment. Is there anyway I can fix the format of the initial post? I hate how it is all scrunched to the left side. I would like it to take up the whole text box.
  5. Ancient J2 samples in Europe, Pre-Phoenician

    This is my posting of Y-DNA Haplogroup J2 in Ancient Europeans before Phoenician exploration and settlement. The reason for it being Pre-Phoenician is so that we can try to pin down which subclades...
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    So what is the deal with Steppe Maykop? I keep...

    So what is the deal with Steppe Maykop? I keep seeing on Eurogenes all this West Siberian Neolithic talk, but what samples are they deriving this ancestral component from? I cannot find anything...
  7. Thanks for your input. I always thought...

    Thanks for your input. I always thought that—along with Y-dna A and C—mtdna L was a surviving lineage of the original Eurasians. That’s why mtdna L and Y-dna A are found in Northern Europe and parts...
  8. We so far have mtDNA haplogroups L2a1 and L1b1a...

    We so far have mtDNA haplogroups L2a1 and L1b1a in Neolithic/Chalcolithic Iberia, and a L2a1 sample from the Pre-Pottery Neolithic culture located in Tell Halula, Syria. These samples do not have any...
  9. I thought that the Q1a1 in Afontova Gora was...

    I thought that the Q1a1 in Afontova Gora was considered unreliable due to contamination of the sample. So do we even know if he actually is Q1a1? The oldest officially confirmed Q1a sample in Europe...
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    So on the subject of the Steppe Maykop and the...

    So on the subject of the Steppe Maykop and the Botai hunters, do the Steppe Maykop samples have East Asian ancestry or do they share a common ancestry with the Botai hunters. Also do the Botai...
  11. What is that red Ust'-Ishim component found in...

    What is that red Ust'-Ishim component found in nearly all the Motala, Yamnaya, Eneolithic Samara, Poltavka, Potapovka, and some of the Afanasievo and Srubnaya samples at the K12 level? Is it ANE or...
  12. By objectively measurable you mean in application...

    By objectively measurable you mean in application and the end result of that application correct? For example governments of the fascists or communist orientation generally lead to either of the...
  13. Thanks for the response Angela. I guess what I...

    Thanks for the response Angela. I guess what I meant by Anarchy was that modern liberitarianism in the United States has its roots partly in the writings of 19th century American anarchist...
  14. Thanks for the response. I suppose what I meant...

    Thanks for the response. I suppose what I meant by that was anarchism is considered to be part of the left wing sphere of politics, and that the roots of modern libertarianism (at least in the US)...
  15. Capitalism is not really an ideology, it is an...

    Capitalism is not really an ideology, it is an economic system with many different varieties. Cronyism, corporate capitalism/crony capitalism, social demecroacy, are all varieties of capitalism with...
  16. Did R6 show any finno-ugrian admixture. It’s...

    Did R6 show any finno-ugrian admixture. It’s seems that this sample received mtdna n1a from the earliest farmers in Neolithic Europe. And this was in Denmark, and to my knowledge the indigenous...
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