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    I'm looking for the thread, but I believe one...

    I'm looking for the thread, but I believe one study proposed that E developed in West Asia, possibly linked to Basal Eurasian, and went on to replace haplogroups in areas where it is prevalent today.
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    I don't see how he could know that with...

    I don't see how he could know that with confidence.

    As for his interpretation of the paper, here on twitter, Lazaridis responds to him:

    https://i.imgur.com/pM73ZmJ.png
  3. During the Late Bronze age a large migration of...

    During the Late Bronze age a large migration of ABA-like replaced over 50% of the Northern Levant's admixture. There seems there have at least been some large scale movements from this kind of...
  4. However, it is interesting that samples like...

    However, it is interesting that samples like R850, clusters with Anatolian_ChL. I speculate ABA-like people likely existed in Italy, perhaps further south during the Bronze-Age, and certainly among...
  5. WHG is red: https://i.imgur.com/X5FQhf9.jpg

    WHG is red:

    https://i.imgur.com/X5FQhf9.jpg
  6. That's from a lack of appropriate sample for...

    That's from a lack of appropriate sample for those populations, no SSA. North African is the closest to them
  7. Correct, it wasn't distributed directly from...

    Correct, it wasn't distributed directly from those sources. For example some ABA-like admixture could have come via greek settlement. Some Steppe could have come via central europe, etc.
  8. It just outlines the continuum between SBA, ABA,...

    It just outlines the continuum between SBA, ABA, AN, and along with the resurgence of WHG, to form the modern Italian populations, as well as the others within it.

    Which can be seen in the...
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    Let's be clear: 3/4th Neolithic Farmer...

    Let's be clear:



    3/4th Neolithic Farmer from Western Anatolia, and the rest being Iran/Caucasus-related for Minoans.

    Mycenaeans are similar, but with steppe admixture.

    Let's not conflate...
  10. https://i.imgur.com/taAnT63.png

    https://i.imgur.com/taAnT63.png
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    You are banned for one week, for this ethnic slur.

    You are banned for one week, for this ethnic slur.
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    Nobody knows for certain which model is accurate....

    Nobody knows for certain which model is accurate.

    I think it is possible that they could have come from the north, with steppe already diluted. Take Etruscans, Latins, and the Protovillanovan for...
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    I haven't been following the thread to understand...

    I haven't been following the thread to understand what you mean by that. But these are screencaps from a lecture Lazaridis gave about the paper. Here was a thread we have on it:
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    https://i.imgur.com/JGuyyTE.png Minoans...

    https://i.imgur.com/JGuyyTE.png

    Minoans cluster with Peloponnesus_N, they were predominately Anatolian_N, with some eastern-shift via Anatolia. Myceneans are shifted towards the Steppe, compared...
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    Looks like "CHAZ" is coming to an end soon, after...

    Looks like "CHAZ" is coming to an end soon, after two incidents of shootings:

    https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2020/jun/22/seattle-shooting-chaz-protest-capitol-hill-autonomous-zone
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    Northern Europe and all the others too: ...

    Northern Europe and all the others too:

    https://i.imgur.com/yIGats6.png

    Every single West Eurasian can be modeled predominately as Paleo-Caucasian.
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    I hope Lazardis's paper on Dzudzuana comes out...

    I hope Lazardis's paper on Dzudzuana comes out soon. I think the findings that the Paleolithic Caucasians were similar to Anatolian_Neo, is quite illuminating. The title states that this is the core...
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    @Alichu My speculation has been verified in...

    @Alichu

    My speculation has been verified in this chart. Iranian Jews, do tend to have different autosomal genetics from the non-Jewish Iranian population. Some of which have non-trivial amounts of...
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    There are indeed more significant changes, as you...

    There are indeed more significant changes, as you have stated. I also mentioned the changes from the Levant, as well.
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    Futhermore, early Iranian populations would not...

    Futhermore, early Iranian populations would not have talforat admixed into them yet. Which is another facet of the changes that occurred in Iran, with the arrival of Levantine-like people:
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    FYI it is verifiable that some SSA exists in...

    FYI it is verifiable that some SSA exists in Iranians (and Saudis). It is not a important factor in their genetics for some. Though some are small, yet significant contributions. Some Iranians have...
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    ^my speculation is absolutely sound, and you...

    ^my speculation is absolutely sound, and you don't think it is viable, because you want to be contraian. Because it pleases your idealistic proclivity. The legacy of slavery in Iran is absolutely...
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    The Middle East had Sub-Saharan African slavery...

    The Middle East had Sub-Saharan African slavery for centuries, including Iran. The existence of Afro-Iranians is a testament to this legacy.



    Judging from the trend we see throughout the Middle...
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    I went to church for the first time in three...

    I went to church for the first time in three months. It was very nice, and uplifting to be there.
  25. Thank god.

    Thank god.
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