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    This should help: ...

    This should help:

    http://science.halleyhosting.com/sci/soph/genetics/notes/bloodtype.htm
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    Well nobody was actually certain the Serbian...

    Well nobody was actually certain the Serbian inventor did belong to hg I2a:

    The Serbian-American scientist and inventor Nikola Tesla (1856-1943), most famous for his work on the modern...
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    So this guy claims Saudi Arabia is the main...

    So this guy claims Saudi Arabia is the main driving source behind Islamic terrorism globally. If so, why would the Saudis want for the Western world to be constantly hit by terror attacks?
    ...
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    Of course that not all Romans who came to Britain...

    Of course that not all Romans who came to Britain were from Italy, just as not all of them were men. They could have come from any province. You don't need a genocide to replace so many genes....
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    It is said here at "Romans":...

    It is said here at "Romans": http://www.eupedia.com/genetics/britain_ireland_dna.shtml

    It's true that the Hinxton samples mentioned were quite small but that's what we have, at least so far.
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    Well, I'm afraid the Romans might be responsible,...

    Well, I'm afraid the Romans might be responsible, at least in England, for more lineages than that article mentions. It could be possible that about 1 in 15 English men might be their direct...
  7. These people came firstly because they sought...

    These people came firstly because they sought prosperity, and to have decent lives. It's all about the money. I was talking about cultural AND economic integration. And yes, many politicians are...
  8. It may be true. His choices were his choices...

    It may be true. His choices were his choices indeed. But if Western European society would have been able to better integrate Muslim newcomers there wouldn't have been (so many) people dying of...
  9. Tendency towards aggression, as many other...

    Tendency towards aggression, as many other personality traits, is not 100% genetic; there is an environmental component too.
    I don't think that if Saleh Abdeslam would have had the opportunity to ...
  10. Well, I'm afraid that it's already happening, but...

    Well, I'm afraid that it's already happening, but not in a "healthy" way:
    http://www.globalresearch.ca/health-and-the-environment-testosterone-levels-fall-worldwide/30129

    Sex hormones levels...
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    I think it is quite probale that certain Y-DNA...

    I think it is quite probale that certain Y-DNA haplogroups would come with higher or smaller levels of male hormones, or androgens. We can also think of the 2D:4D ratio that reflects the levels of...
  12. It can be complicated sometimes with the...

    It can be complicated sometimes with the paternal lineages, I know. How easily might be to distinguish genetically "blue blood" from "common" blood I too can only speculate. That's why It would be...
  13. Yes, but some geographical patterns definitely...

    Yes, but some geographical patterns definitely existed, at least during the Middle Ages, when they weren't so mixed. The Franks do stand apart for being the most successful; in fact many modern day...
  14. Let's take a look to the DNA of king Louis XVI of...

    Let's take a look to the DNA of king Louis XVI of France. A sample of his blood was found and tested in 2012. The DNA on it revealed the following:

    (...) The mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA)...
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    So a lot of the press tends to be xenophobic and...

    So a lot of the press tends to be xenophobic and extremist in it's overall tone? Can't say this is the main reason but no wonder most of the British voted in favor of Brexit.
  16. Ethnic and genetic origin of European nobility

    What is the ethnic and genetic origin of European nobility across the continent?

    The nobles, comprising various ranks from kings to local barons have dominated the continent for more than one...
  17. I take D3 supplements too. Just two years ago,...

    I take D3 supplements too. Just two years ago, during wintertime, I suddenly began having some severe sleep problems. Also my immune system was so low that I got very bad colds once every two...
  18. Maybe historical demographics could help us in...

    Maybe historical demographics could help us in assessing the potential genetic impact Jews had on the Iberian population. After the Alhambra decree in 1492 the majority of Jews in Spain converted...
  19. It's not only through certain favourable genetic...

    It's not only through certain favourable genetic mutations that organisms can adapt. Epigenetics (the switching of genes on and off under environmental pressure) could play a role in regulating...
  20. Could these two be complementary mechanisms?

    Could these two be complementary mechanisms?
  21. Okay, but actually things are a little bit more...

    Okay, but actually things are a little bit more complex. On one hand the D-binding protein (DBP) does indeed seem to store vitamin D for later use. On the other, this DBP may not be the only way...
  22. Why there would be this difference in the levels...

    Why there would be this difference in the levels of vitamin D-binding protein? Why would most black adults carry this gene variant?
  23. Quite plausible. The idea that light skin evolved...

    Quite plausible. The idea that light skin evolved to promote vitamin D synthesis at northern latitudes seems to me less and less probable. If it would be so then why people of African origin tend to...
  24. The Phoenicians established colonies mainly in...

    The Phoenicians established colonies mainly in North Africa. In Europe, they did settle in southern Spain, Malta, the Balearic islands, Sardinia, Sicily and Cyprus, but they had fewer colonies....
  25. Very interesting. Indeed, we tend to associate...

    Very interesting. Indeed, we tend to associate the word "slavery" too much with the African slaves brought to the Americas by the Europeans and forget the rest of history. Demographically, what was...
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