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    I already said what I wanted to say.

    I already said what I wanted to say.
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    Maybe I am then, if that's what this site is all...

    Maybe I am then, if that's what this site is all about.

    That's a ridiculous statement though.
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    Still, he's argument was based on observation,...

    Still, he's argument was based on observation, while yours was partially based on God, even if joking:



    But I guess this is you just being defensive.

    And, please, avoid speculations in your...
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    Not wanting to be accused of "Aristotleist" or...

    Not wanting to be accused of "Aristotleist" or something (although he is a reference to me), here's what Aristotle himself wrote about the subject:

    "Since the time of generation is commonly...
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    Quick correction: Although theoretical possible,...

    Quick correction: Although theoretical possible, of course neither calendar could express infinite time, since it is assumed the solar system had a beginning and will have an end, and therefore so...
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    Having said that, I would like to hear from the...

    Having said that, I would like to hear from the Forum Moderator responsible for the Anthropology and Ethnography section, if possible.
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    Well Angela, it was indeed difficult to choose a...

    Well Angela, it was indeed difficult to choose a Forum section. However, the sub-title of the Anthropology and Ethnography section is called "Human variations, evolution, adaptability,...
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    "Loop Year Calendar"

    "Loop Year Calendar"

    These are just some reflections.

    From some time now I have been thinking about the idea of a “Loop Year Calendar”, and now I finally have the time to write it on paper. I...
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    I agree, it is indeed a good place to freely...

    I agree, it is indeed a good place to freely exchange ideas. (sorry for the off-topic though)
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    Hi! I would advise you to talk to the J2-L24...

    Hi!

    I would advise you to talk to the J2-L24 FTDNA Project Admin.
    Have you done the 37/67/111 marker /Big Y test? Maybe you could find a new branch under the CTS3601 line.
    As to the origin, it...
  11. I'm not sure I understand your question. Could...

    I'm not sure I understand your question. Could the missing link in your thought lie in the food-chain? Quickly reading through wikipedia, mammoths may have disappeared due to environmental factors or...
  12. They were not indeed domesticated animals before...

    They were not indeed domesticated animals before humans domesticated them, so they must have had their own surviving skills, just like the preys of today's lions, etc. I imagine they were also...
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    I gave you a thumbs up but mistakenly, as I...

    I gave you a thumbs up but mistakenly, as I wanted to give you a thumbs down for your comment.
    I fail to see the utility of this argument. You could at least make a rational effort…

    I do agree...
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    Thanks! I think we’re moving through a swampy...

    Thanks!
    I think we’re moving through a swampy terrain here.
    From Wikipedia:
    Having a last name of Levi or a related term does not necessarily mean a person is a Levite, and many Levites do not...
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    Well I wouldn’t be surprised, if R1a is such a...

    Well I wouldn’t be surprised, if R1a is such a relevant german jewish Haplogroup. I would rather see it as probability, and it could certainly be possible to Karl Marx to have belonged to R1a...
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    Thank for the info. Just a heads up:...

    Thank for the info.

    Just a heads up:
    Browsing through wikipedia, I found that Karl Marx's father was born Herschel Mordechai, son of Marx Levy Mordechai. It was only when he converted to...
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    You know, I have recently (one to two years)...

    You know, I have recently (one to two years) started to read Aristotle (Eudemian Ethics, Politics and started to read in a bookshop this Christmas On the Soul) and it has been a very enriched...
  18. This person (whoever theorised it) obviously...

    This person (whoever theorised it) obviously suffers from sexual frustration. Would someone advise him to see a doctor?

    I can speak for Portugal - We had 2 queens, and altough one was mad, the...
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    Maciamo, I tought we had reached some kind of...

    Maciamo, I tought we had reached some kind of consensus here. Is there a reason as to wheter the Eupedia text still refers the origin/TMRCA of these clades L70/PF5456 to "Indo-European dispersal from...
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    Thank you Maciamo. I personally do not have the...

    Thank you Maciamo. I personally do not have the history bagage or that much time to refute or confirm this hypothesis, but you have my gratitude for this amount of effort. Regards
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    Regarding to the association between criminal behaviour and genetics, it doesn't appear to make much sense. Any type of crime predicts conducts fictioned by men, and therefore any criminal norm is a...
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    Here is a map of the distribution of J2-L70: ...

    Here is a map of the distribution of J2-L70:

    https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?hl=en&oe=UTF8&vps=2&msa=0&ie=UTF8&mid=1XMZkpib63UEQMfyOLuiGo0wkO_E&ll=46.598505703817686%2C7.273550062500021&z=5
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    Thank you for the information! However, I am...

    Thank you for the information!

    However, I am (as always, of course) very skeptical about the interpretations you made about it. I am part of this subclade L70 > PF5456, and you can imagine I have...
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    It's the Greek law author renown for his works in...

    It's the Greek law author renown for his works in Private International Law.
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    Thanks again! This will be useful I've been...

    Thanks again! This will be useful
    I've been battling a while to pronounce his name correctly in a sentence, following these explanations! It's not very intuitive for me, but I think I got it now....
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