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  1. OK, thanks to all. I think we may close this...

    OK, thanks to all. I think we may close this thread. ATW it was more a warning than a true thread.
  2. I am not sure we may speak literally of racism. A...

    I am not sure we may speak literally of racism. A complex of inferiority, rather. Spite the most of us thanks and writes than all our more evolved ancestors came from Africa. What can we do for this...
  3. Such a complex would be an heavy burden, I think,...

    Such a complex would be an heavy burden, I think, even if almost everyone has some kind of slight complex.
    I have to read the paper in details but the little I read was enough, I think. If it isn't...
  4. Y-R1b came from Africa with Kushite languages - a challenging theory

    this paper on Academia Edu
    It's surely a bias of my part, but I precise the man is very dark black skinned (LOL!)
    Speaking of bias, the whole theory seems based on an "a priori" rather than on a...
  5. Thnaks, Northerner, mijn beste vriend (Dutch...

    Thnaks, Northerner, mijn beste vriend (Dutch ancient learner's tempered humor), I saw this maps (found on this forum, I suppose);
    in Australia they found 7 variants associated with to hair on their...
  6. It seems the system which gives the older dates...

    It seems the system which gives the older dates would be more reliable. ATW whatever the choosen method, beginning of Celtic individualisation is older than affirmed by some people. It confirms...
  7. I'm tired! I crossed my writings: put in order:...

    I'm tired! I crossed my writings:
    put in order: for melanin, only MC1R (or MC2R etc...)
    # MRC1: mannose receptor C 1
    Sorry, too much pancakes this evening, and too much wine? I'm going to bed!
  8. erratum: from wikipedia I wrote : "MRC1 & MC1R...

    erratum: from wikipedia
    I wrote : "MRC1 & MC1R are maybe the same thing in different languages? (as DNA and ADN in English and French)..."
    I'm laughable! Here under the explanation: it seems they...
  9. @Salento and others Let's recall Ancient DNA...

    @Salento and others
    Let's recall

    Ancient DNA has been used to show aspects of Neanderthal appearance. A fragment of the gene for the melanocortin 1 receptor (MRC1) was sequenced using DNA from...
  10. I agree as a whole; but mutations are at first...

    I agree as a whole; but mutations are at first linked to individual(s) and then to pop (even if not general in it) and need exchanges and crossings to expand and to be selected. After that, yes,...
  11. I'm late, I liked your post, but you know that...

    I'm late, I liked your post, but you know that male lineages inherited in the Chalco to Iron age specific era were elite 's haploG with a social/political "drift" - at least concerning Y-R1b6M269...
  12. Rapid radiation of the Inner Indo-European...

    Rapid radiation of the Inner Indo-European languages: an advanced approach to IndoEuropean lexicostatistics

    Alexei S. Kassian,1,2 † Mikhail Zhivlov,3,4 George Starostin,3,4,5 Artem A. Trofimov,2...
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    I wrote 'helladic', but it's aventurous?

    I wrote 'helladic', but it's aventurous?
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    Ygorcs showed that in certains names, the first...

    Ygorcs showed that in certains names, the first part, -ig (written -iog) is not even a suffix but a root; he shows too that it can be -ag; he is right when he says these forms are english...
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    Without being sure, I think that in a lot of...

    Without being sure, I think that in a lot of Irish surnames we have rather suffixs 'ig-an', simply. To be checked.
    in Brittonic dialects, -an is a diminutive.
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    By the way, a 1956 craniologic report by Charles...

    By the way, a 1956 craniologic report by Charles concerning ChalcoL in Italy, said that two models were in competition, one more southern, "mediterranean", surely Helladic mediated, and one more...
  17. As everybody can see, the meaning of a word and...

    As everybody can see, the meaning of a word and even more of a "root" (radical) can evolve very far. we could tempted to think that the semantic evolves from concrete/palpable to abstract(ive), but...
  18. *wer-/*wel- meaning of twist, curve, ring, turn,...

    *wer-/*wel- meaning of twist, curve, ring, turn, reverse


    - irish
    féire/ crookedness, obliqueness – fiar(adh) slant, tilt, bias, obliquity + to veer, to turn, to bend, to twist, to distort –...
  19. Johen, I suppose Ygorcs has explained very well...

    Johen, I suppose Ygorcs has explained very well mt proper thoughts about vague and general similarities between human cultures.
    If I believe Grigoryev (I' m very weak in archeology) Seyma-Turbino...
  20. I think pre-proto-Germanic was very close at...

    I think pre-proto-Germanic was very close at first to Celto-Italic; (global structure and centum aspect) but I suspect ttat at the proto-Germanic stage it had already been in contact with...
  21. Agree totally. and portuguese praya compared to...

    Agree totally.
    and portuguese praya compared to spanish playa and surely a lot of examples...
    I occurs frequently nowadays, why not before.
    dial.breton braouac'h/blaouac'h terror - dial....
  22. the roots in cause would be *wel IV- to wheel,...

    the roots in cause would be
    *wel IV- to wheel, to roll

    greek elub < *welub > eilô, êllo to wheel? + helix, helikos spiral - french hélice
    latin volvere (volutum) to wheel, to roll - volumen...
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    valuable precisions, Angela. I 'm not to...

    valuable precisions, Angela.
    I 'm not to knowledged about the French languages of the USA, knowing only 'Cajun' is a deformation of 'Acadien'.
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    I listened to more than a Youtube Wikitongues...

    I listened to more than a Youtube Wikitongues bands, and I have to say the people who speak then, often enough, don't seem being very deeply immersed and since a long time, in the dialect they...
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    I heard, long ago, a Cajun I could not...

    I heard, long ago, a Cajun I could not understand, too. It depends also on individuals.
    Rural Québec French even more than the towns one, retained phonetic traits of Poitou dialects, diphtonged*...
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