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    They represent a very very small genetic pool,...

    They represent a very very small genetic pool, so... with modern medecine, only soon letal diseases can disappear by selection, the others remain as an everlasting threat.
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    Poll: Surprising interpretations: sure, Celts make...

    Surprising interpretations: sure, Celts make people to dream.
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    We can suppose that the most of the future...

    We can suppose that the most of the future European mix elements were already present there at BA but the complete mixing was not achieved and even if some central regions can appear as an eden for...
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    Poor thing! You are confusing: 1- individual...

    Poor thing!
    You are confusing:
    1- individual physical aspect and its genetic basis -
    2- partly collective typology, rather artificial and not completely accurate but which could be useful...
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    Who is racist, did you say? observation is one...

    Who is racist, did you say? observation is one thing, classification an other thing. Classification was a try to understand the composition and story of population, at those times, and all the...
  6. it seems to me a pan-germanic word by origin,...

    it seems to me a pan-germanic word by origin, whose meaning was firstly centered around "enclosed place", "enclose village", "fortified place", subsequent drifted meanings and derived words being...
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    I think at the opposite that U-106 as a whole is...

    I think at the opposite that U-106 as a whole is NOT Celtic, but Germanic. We cannot, since the LN/BA, put all subclades of R1b-L23 in the same bag. R1b-U106 is stronger in North and Northwest...
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    During the first times, it's very often the same...

    During the first times, it's very often the same scenario: no mixing, except some seldom elites (not all) exchanges and females rapts. After some times, longer or shorter, progressive assimilation;...
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    Have we a regular chain of phonetic drifts common...

    Have we a regular chain of phonetic drifts common to something akin to reconstructed PIE and to reconstructed Proto-Basque, when common roots were supposed for some words?
    What tell us the lexicon...
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    More than a time archeology fails to prove or...

    More than a time archeology fails to prove or disprove certains facts. If I rely on the Brittonic sagas conserved by Welsh people, dating of the High Middle Ages, it has been endless battles during a...
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    good mix of approximations, isn't it? Belgae...

    good mix of approximations, isn't it?
    Belgae were a bit higher statured than Gauls, not so much, as the whole it seems they were shorter than Germanics.
    Albanians are not small at all, Ghegs...
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    It's true I suspect heavily these new ways to...

    It's true I suspect heavily these new ways to produce cattle and meat as a whole (hormones and Co...).
    It could be interesting knowing if physical activity has changed a lot there since the 80's...
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    Not to disagree with the bulk of your post about...

    Not to disagree with the bulk of your post about adoption of farming, but I would put a "bemol" on your presentation of the Y-haplo/autosomes (real) dichotomy.
    Farmers of Central Europe (LBL) were...
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    @Angela OK uniparental markers are not the best...

    @Angela
    OK uniparental markers are not the best markers of total autosomes proximity, but, principally the Y-ones, they keep some worth when comparing two pops with very different %'s of these...
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    - Has the Dutch diet changed so much these last...

    - Has the Dutch diet changed so much these last years?
    - The graphic shows curious changes in USA and Sweden, that cannot be due uniquely to chnages in diet or selection
    - How are made these...
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    I would like to have diverse Scots plotted on PCA...

    I would like to have diverse Scots plotted on PCA with different colours according to regions and ancient dialects
  17. theory is theory - we need the place and time for...

    theory is theory - we need the place and time for your Y-R1b's.
    BTW Balkans are not so far from western Steppes. It ould have been a step, not the source.
  18. The above post is @nornosh

    The above post is @nornosh
  19. Sorry (if I may say!) I put a thumb up to your...

    Sorry (if I may say!) I put a thumb up to your post spite I don't think like you. Chance... (or my great age)...
    I am not a specialist of distances and admixtures tools, but I don't think ANE is a...
  20. Pity they give not deeper SNP's of Y-R1B's. But...

    Pity they give not deeper SNP's of Y-R1B's. But here we don't see yet a mixing in the Y-haplo's as in some other societies;
    It seems confirming that the P312 men were incrusted in all W-Europe, and...
  21. I considered this possibility of Balkans origin...

    I considered this possibility of Balkans origin (rather Carpathians in my one thought) but
    1- it seems the ancient Y-R1b lineages of Balkans were faded out -
    2- the geographically closer source...
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    I'm glad someones have had robust viril...

    I'm glad someones have had robust viril ancestors. Good. That said, it's not always the giants pops which evolve better, even in health and posterity. Social skills can help too. half LOL.
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  23. Knowing if first R1b-L23 were already IE speakers...

    Knowing if first R1b-L23 were already IE speakers is another question.
    More than a date could check the IE languages adoption in West. Someone say that the toponymy/hydronymy of N-E SPain in the...
  24. sorry: "I leave ..." follow: ... been from East...

    sorry: "I leave ..."
    follow:
    ... been from East to West in Iberia. As BB pottery is very older (3000/2800 BC in Portugal) we can have doubts about Y-R1b post M269 as launchers of the culture. Maybe...
  25. I don't know what is this I.Neolithic, I suppose...

    I don't know what is this I.Neolithic, I suppose it's Iranlike?
    So, scientists are mistaking Iranlike auDNA because of common ANE elements with Steppics? I live this aspect for later.
    But...
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