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  1. https://cache.eupedia.com/images/content/Haplogrou...

    https://cache.eupedia.com/images/content/Haplogroup-R1b-S28.gif

    here they are
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    maybe Vox is wrong, but this author is worse ...

    maybe Vox is wrong, but this author is worse

    she is identifying todays North Africans with the Moors
    the Moors are something of the past, they are neither todays Spaniards nor todays North...
  3. it is quite simple imagine the whole earth is...

    it is quite simple
    imagine the whole earth is empty except for a healthy young man and a lady
    imagine there is enough food and there are no diseases
    in a 600-700 year timespan there will be some 7...
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    Y-DNA by Ted Kendall : ...

    Y-DNA by Ted Kendall :

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1O9jAuIMfvYThj97rHFE5-T3sVI6LW5mNdb4ww6RW0J4/edit?fbclid=IwAR2uObCbx23YQ_qMBJsyApWWfEmTJBoLziH64miSoaofkF9lEw8P3Riwp-4#gid=1779018830...
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    the tribes that founded Rome were R1b-M269 and...

    the tribes that founded Rome were R1b-M269 and they arrived between 2300 and 900 BC
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    https://science.sciencemag.org/content/suppl/2019/...

    https://science.sciencemag.org/content/suppl/2019/11/06/366.6466.708.DC1

    https://science.sciencemag.org/content/sci/suppl/2019/11/06/366.6466.708.DC1/aay6826_Antonio_SM.pdf
  7. Ancient teeth show some early humans came to Israel from Europe 40,000 years ago

    First the first time, scientists have uncovered rare 40,000-year-old human teeth dating to the period of the elusive Aurignacian culture in the Levant, which indicate these early humans came to the...
  8. just joking

    just joking
  9. genes do play a role, but it should not be an...

    genes do play a role, but it should not be an excuse to become fat, lifestyle is more important

    fat is a way to store energy for times of food shortage
    some animals even have to become fat before...
  10. Ok, I have a drinking problem, but never that bad...

    Ok, I have a drinking problem, but never that bad ..
  11. obesity has more to do with lifestyle than with...

    obesity has more to do with lifestyle than with genes/ethnicity
  12. none of these ladies look very happy I'd...

    none of these ladies look very happy

    I'd prefer the bottle over their company
  13. my observation here in northern Europe : most...

    my observation here in northern Europe : most middle aged and older women wearing a hijab are fat
    my guess is that they are not free to move and have to conform to the rules that belong to their...
  14. check Wang et al 6,7 ka farmers arrived in the...

    check Wang et al

    6,7 ka farmers arrived in the Caucasus and there was no more exchange across the Cauacsus
    but prior to that, there was
    check the mtDNA, there was Transcaucasia mtDNA in the...
  15. I wonder how this CCR5-Δ32 HIV resistance allele...

    I wonder how this CCR5-Δ32 HIV resistance allele spread prior to HIV, there was no advantage, so no natural selection either.
  16. David Reich anciant DNA and HIV resistence

    A map of 7000+ ancient DNA samples from a talk given by Dr. David Reich at the 2019 Allen Frontiers Symposium. This is from an upcoming study of the ancient origins and distribution of the CCR5-Δ32...
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    A genomic dating tool

    Radiocarbon dating is the gold-standard in archaeology to estimate the age of skeletons, a key to studying their origins. Half of all published ancient human genomes lack reliable and direct dates,...
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    yes, genetics says Minoans are 100 % Anatolian...

    yes, genetics says Minoans are 100 % Anatolian and Mycenians 80 % Anatolian and 20 % steppe
    but some elements came from the steppe, like the charriot, and probably also the swords
    even in the...
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    Indeed, chariots and swords appeared in the...

    Indeed, chariots and swords appeared in the Carpathian short before arriving in the Mycenean world.
    They must have had a common origin, the steppe.
    However I don't think this 3.6 ka Carpathian is...
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    no, just 4 I think Euro Neo MN...

    no, just 4 I think

    Euro Neo MN Euro TRB Funnelbeaker 3000 BC Gökhem 4 I2a1b1-L161.1 calls I2a1b1 L161.1 xS2639 Funnel Beaker / TRB Sweden Frälsegården [passage grave] Gokhem [Gok...
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    the megalithic tribes seem to be I2a1b, I2a1a1...

    the megalithic tribes seem to be I2a1b, I2a1a1 (M26) and I2a2a2, and their origin would be western Iberia
    recent studies point to a patrilocal elite in megalithic cultures, based on kinship along...
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    I guess the tapas restaurant was not German, it...

    I guess the tapas restaurant was not German, it was Spanish.
    Germany used not to have a fine food culture, but that has changed gradually the last few decades, like in many countries in northern...
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    that's my guess because all Y-DNA we have from...

    that's my guess
    because all Y-DNA we have from TRB can be assigned to the megalithic farmers who were not the original founders of TRB, they are all I2a1b
    the PWC HG were a branch of I2, not I1
    so...
  24. Nazi Germany, the Mongols, Pol Pot, they are all...

    Nazi Germany, the Mongols, Pol Pot, they are all gone.
    Turkish nationalism not, they are the deniers who got of the hook.
    So did Stalin and Mao. They are still national heros.

    I hope you get my...
  25. tell me then who should pay what price? maybe...

    tell me then who should pay what price?

    maybe I got it wrong

    I thaught you meant war criminals
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