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  1. Mifsud's friend and backer mentioned above is...

    Mifsud's friend and backer mentioned above is Swiss-German lawyer Stephan Roh. Of note, Mr. Roh has ties to Bill Clinton. See google images for verification.
  2. Wow I'm been locked out of my account... somebody...

    Wow I'm been locked out of my account... somebody must not appreciate my musings on this subject matter. But continue we must. Following is a summary of various RussiaGate/SpyGate happenings and...
  3. Poll: "Up to 60-80%"-- that phrasing concerns me. Very...

    "Up to 60-80%"-- that phrasing concerns me. Very ambiguous with a decent amount of wriggle room. Plus these percentages reflect the assumption of two combined alleles, not one. We are going to have...
  4. Poll: Didn't miss it... actually contributed to it (or...

    Didn't miss it... actually contributed to it (or at least participated in it depending on who you ask!)

    Yes, Indo-Europeans can be linked to this sequence. It is only one of seven though. We...
  5. Poll: Thank you for the comments, Epoch. Regarding...

    Thank you for the comments, Epoch.

    Regarding mesolithic H.G., yes they would follow much later than this proposed impact... but if it's as big as I'm thinking it could have been... the...
  6. Poll: ? Again La Brana had three alleles indicating...

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    Again La Brana had three alleles indicating light skin (of the seven that we know of) so I don't know what his skin tone could have looked like. One of these three alleles was only on one side,...
  7. Poll: Even if La Brana didn't have blue eyes himself,...

    Even if La Brana didn't have blue eyes himself, he tells us that the gene(s) responsible for blue were in the European theater well over five thousand years ago.

    Also, I've read several times that...
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    Sticky: Wait a minute, Braveheart wasn't historically...

    Wait a minute, Braveheart wasn't historically accurate? How so?

    Kidding. That's why I put "on a serious note" in that comment...
  9. Really you have him pegged as a C? I would...

    Really you have him pegged as a C?

    I would put him solidly in the "I" lineage.
  10. Wow, the world of linguistics is smaller than I...

    Wow, the world of linguistics is smaller than I realized.

    The Croatian "dol" that you mentioned reminds me of the U.S. dollar. Our currency used to be centered on grains of silver, and an ounce of...
  11. I'm of the opinion that mainstream archeologists...

    I'm of the opinion that mainstream archeologists don't want to consider Solutreans Theory because it would "open a can of worms". I've heard rumblings of South American findings that don't fit ANY...
  12. Poll: I'm kind of in a hurry tonight so I'm going off...

    I'm kind of in a hurry tonight so I'm going off of memory, but weren't several men assigned to G2a in the Northwest of Italy 12,000 years ago? This pre-dates La Brana by about 5,000 years so I don't...
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    Once they (maybe the better pronoun is "it")...

    Once they (maybe the better pronoun is "it") become sentient, nobody can predict what sort of path this new super-technology will choose. At the point of singularity, hopefully the machines will go...
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    If we follow this line of thinking to it's...

    If we follow this line of thinking to it's logical conclusion, we must infer that there is something after death.

    According to the principles of Thermodynamics... energy cannot simply disappear.
    ...
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    Or a bear-suit. Also the Japanese seem to be...

    Or a bear-suit.

    Also the Japanese seem to be focused on machine based exo-skeltons. They look pretty cool and would make super-skin kind of pointless.

    By the way, if any writers are looking...
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    I don't think "over-sharing" can be attached to...

    I don't think "over-sharing" can be attached to one geographical region in the U.S. I'm guessing it would be more linked to socio-economic status. I've noticed the very wealthy seem to be the most...
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    I must say Lebrok, I've been waiting patiently...

    I must say Lebrok, I've been waiting patiently for your rebuttal here. As someone who seems to tow the Establishment line moreso than others (not always a bad thing)... I thought for sure you would...
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    Sticky: Not that I agree with Graham. I completely...

    Not that I agree with Graham. I completely diverge from his fundamental beliefs. Not sure if I should admire his bravery (by using the planet's most powerful hallucinigens to chase what he sees as...
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    Sticky: Got a chuckle out of this... I must say I've been...

    Got a chuckle out of this... I must say I've been going Rainman on pre-historic megalithic structures and some are so difficult to explain away-- the easy option is to punt and pin it on alien...
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    Sticky: Mel Gibson has had a few mentions on this...

    Mel Gibson has had a few mentions on this thread... but if we're talking about historical movies I'm surprised nobody picked Braveheart.

    On a serious note... these aren't movies, but anything by...
  21. True, but then we have the issue of where...

    True, but then we have the issue of where Solutreans/Clovis spear-heads were found. Not to mention the pesky myth about giants with red hair.
  22. As someone who not only entertains the...

    As someone who not only entertains the Clovis/Solutreans connection, but supports it... I think Solutean's main "proof" revolves around the maternal X2 we see centered around what is New York State. ...
  23. Wouldn't we then see a much more pronounced rate...

    Wouldn't we then see a much more pronounced rate of sagittal keel in the Americas?

    Kidding... I love Picard. Best Star Trek Captain. Ever.
  24. Poll: Such excellent points. I'm glad you brought them...

    Such excellent points. I'm glad you brought them up here...

    I postulate that we are missing at least two very important clues in the settlement of the European continent. The enormous variation we...
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    Thread isn't a total wash though because of this...

    Thread isn't a total wash though because of this dandy ... I crack myself up sometimes. Especially the visual of the horse swimming to England. :)
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