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    I am on the tree but can't review my report or...

    I am on the tree but can't review my report or matches due to the "processing data". For some reason it says analysis still in progress. Unless it is being re-analyzed. Would that really take more...
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    I have uploaded it. What I am saying is that I...

    I have uploaded it. What I am saying is that I was on the tree, had matches, and then as of a week ago, any time I click a field it says "processing" any time I click any section, be it matches or...
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    I can't even see anything though. Its just...

    I can't even see anything though. Its just "processing" any time I click any section, be it matches or report.
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    Are they updating the MTDNA section on Yfull? For...

    Are they updating the MTDNA section on Yfull? For the last week now mine comes up with the blue i icon and "Data is being processed..."
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    For real hahaha

    For real hahaha
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    Nearly got a brain aneurysm reading novakovich...

    Nearly got a brain aneurysm reading novakovich posts.
  7. W Perfectly natural that they have I2-Din. You...

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    Perfectly natural that they have I2-Din. You really are not understanding the way this works. I’m not saying anyone with this line is a Slav, the same as an I1 African American is not an...
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    Any Y-DNA reads?

    Any Y-DNA reads?
  9. Not necessarily saying it originated their,...

    Not necessarily saying it originated their, however old I2a1 was found in Motala/Sweden. Even though today all I2a1b in Scandinavians is from Proto-Slavs. Absence doesn't necessarily indicate it was...
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    Its pretty well known from what I can tell. ...

    Its pretty well known from what I can tell.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albanians_of_Romania
  11. Its not a myth as far as we know. Also, your DNA...

    Its not a myth as far as we know. Also, your DNA changes each generation through intermarriage. Just because you have a lot of Roman admixture doesn’t mean Slavs didn’t come to the Balkans. All it...
  12. Vikings are not a people but a cultural type...

    Vikings are not a people but a cultural type associated with raiding parties. Perhaps you meant to say Scando-Germanic or Scandinavian. Viking culture is not unique to Scandinavia. There were...
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    https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_i...

    https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3346985

    2 Cimmerians in the North Pontic Steppe were R1a as well though, so why exclude them and pretend they didn't have R1a? Because its not...
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    Their MtTree is really clunky. It has changed...

    Their MtTree is really clunky. It has changed every week for me, with TMRCA jumping between 150 years and 3500 years. Really weird. Don't know whether to even trust it.
  15. Thread: R1a-Y17491

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    Going by Yfull here is the breakdown of modern...

    Going by Yfull here is the breakdown of modern testers under this clade: https://www.yfull.com/tree/R-Y17491/

    As for origins it is found throughout East Europe and Asia and is theoretically linked...
  16. What makes the R1a Rurikid a false claimant...

    What makes the R1a Rurikid a false claimant again? For one the sample was from the 13th century prince, not the 16th century. Secondly we don't have the remains of Rurik himself, despite you speaking...
  17. Someones wife was a very bad girl.

    Someones wife was a very bad girl.
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    Most r1a speak indo european languages though....

    Most r1a speak indo european languages though. It’s most ancient samples are around the Pontic caspian steppe and they uphold the most archaic forms of indo European substrate. If they’re not indo...
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    That was the most interesting part of the oral...

    That was the most interesting part of the oral legend. Regardless of what inconsistencies may or may not be present. Elements of the story itself are quite telling.

    The cycle repeats itself...
  20. I2a1b is not Scandinavian. It is just as Slavic,...

    I2a1b is not Scandinavian. It is just as Slavic, if not moreso(in the case of medieval migrations) than R1a is. It was also during the Viking and later Varangian age, which was hundreds of years...
  21. Another Rus Viking was YP417, the Rurikid prince...

    Another Rus Viking was YP417, the Rurikid prince was not. YP417 to my knowledge is not common in Scandinavian L1029. It’s mostly basal or YP263. Assuming as you say that it was a process of...
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    The most knowledgeable person on J2b-L283 is...

    The most knowledgeable person on J2b-L283 is Trojet. He is an admin of the J2b project at FTDNA.

    From my understanding, without a Y37 or bigY test we can’t know for certain where you paternal...
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    Also, look up the Jomsviking league. It was...

    Also,

    look up the Jomsviking league. It was originally a mixed Scando-Slavic Viking group on Wolins island/city.

    By the 11th century they were composed predominantly of Vinds(per the Swedish...
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    yup. So it looks like a distinct possibility....

    yup. So it looks like a distinct possibility. This could explain how it got to England too. With either these Vikings in Denmark bearing the line or maybe early wends assimilated into some of the...
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    I believe the L1029 samples from Lutsk is Rus...

    I believe the L1029 samples from Lutsk is Rus Viking. A lot of Varangian were incorporated from Kievan Rus. The later folk were more ethnically mixed. Became like a mercenary corps of sorts.
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