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    I don't think so, I think Celtic is closer to...

    I don't think so, I think Celtic is closer to both Germanic and Italic. Armenian is closer to Iranian to its immediate Southeast and Anatolian branches to its immediate West. It would be closer to...
  2. Yes the Moots et al 2022 samples were indeed a...

    Yes the Moots et al 2022 samples were indeed a mix. I went back and looked at it again. Some were local Amazigh related, but only 1 was 100% Amazigh-Berber, the rest of the Carthaginians had local...
  3. Er_Monnezza: So clearly these samples are highly...

    Er_Monnezza: So clearly these samples are highly variable. Does this PCA have the samples from the Moots et al 2022 pre-print and the Antonio et al 2022 pre print. If so, are those on the far left...
  4. Thanks Jovialis. R1123 and R1294 have...

    Thanks Jovialis. R1123 and R1294 have significantly more Steppe in your K8 model there. I get about 20-21% Yamanaya in this model so sort of what thought above, those 2 that are in the C7 cluster had...
  5. Salento: Thanks again. Closest for me from these...

    Salento: Thanks again. Closest for me from these Isola Sacra samples (port city) is R1120 at 9.3, all others > 10. So I get better distances with most of Cancelleria Samples (i.e. ones that cluster...
  6. Salento: Thanks for those new coordinates. Here...

    Salento: Thanks for those new coordinates. Here are my distances (Dodecad12b, gradient is 50). I ran the first set and posted them in post #18. R1294 and 1223 are way different than the other samples...
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    RealExpert: Regarding post 595 and others where...

    RealExpert: Regarding post 595 and others where you cite geocurrents. I took a look at those articles and they are for the most part dated from around 2012. Regarding the "Anatolian" vs. "Kurgan...
  8. Salento: Sounded like a great evening with the...

    Salento: Sounded like a great evening with the view and the vinno. Campania is definitely on my to go list next time I travel to Italy. Again thanks for those pictures.
  9. Welcome back Salento. Hope you enjoyed the trip....

    Welcome back Salento. Hope you enjoyed the trip. Great photos from Pompei, thanks for sharing.
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    Funny you say that. It seems there are still...

    Funny you say that. It seems there are still pockets on what is the UK where there are large segments of the population that has phenotypes that could fit in well in Southern Europe, lots of EEF. For...
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    I don't disagree with you and have long argued...

    I don't disagree with you and have long argued the same thing. I have stated some points regarding European Energy policy, NATO and Russia in the past. Whatever one thinks of Trump the person, and I...
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    PCA's are used to capture variance in as...

    PCA's are used to capture variance in as parsimonious set of variables as possible and you can use them to plot people from population A to B. So yes we agree what its main use is for. I agree it is...
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    Well several points: 1) You say you came to...

    Well several points:

    1) You say you came to support AG. Fine, that is your view. No problem defending what you believe in just as it is no problem for people who don't care for AG. I as I...
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    PCA is fine but it can be unreliable based on the...

    PCA is fine but it can be unreliable based on the data you use analyze. So it it is a data problem which is what I alluded to in earlier posts. Now obviously it is one method to use and it should be...
  15. Well treatment is still something that as we get...

    Well treatment is still something that as we get more research on the Arab-Muslim slave trade (The European-Transatlantic has been well studied) that one seems pretty rough if you were a man. For...
  16. I respectfully disagree

    I respectfully disagree
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    You seem to not be able to make your points...

    You seem to not be able to make your points without accusations. I never said anything regarding whether Davidski is evil or not. I don't know him nor have I ever interacted with him. I have not in...
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    ihype02: Ok, for the Daunians I appreciate that...

    ihype02: Ok, for the Daunians I appreciate that information. I wasn't aware of that fact. I am open to that fact for ancient DNA it might be better but I still need more evidence other than the...
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    Can you provide the citation to a paper published...

    Can you provide the citation to a paper published in for example Nature, Science Advances, Cell, etc, that documents G25 has been used to model the populations that were analyzed in those respective...
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    My internet at the house is down and has been...

    My internet at the house is down and has been since Saturday so since I am in my work office, I thought would check in. I was going to respond to a post directed at me but it seems that is no longer...
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    Wow that sounds like a little bit of hubris. I...

    Wow that sounds like a little bit of hubris. I guess I am going to have to pay careful attention to the author affiliations on publications in journals like Nature and Science Advances, etc. to look...
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    They may have one, they may not. How many...

    They may have one, they may not. How many different hypotheses over the last 100 plus years have been put forth regarding PIE. The early proto Nazis like Kossina argued for a Northern European...
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    Fair enough, he is an Anthropologist by training,...

    Fair enough, he is an Anthropologist by training, but most of his work relates to linguistics and archeology. But his intellectual mentor or who he followed was Marija Gimbutas who was a UCLA...
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    Yes, I noticed that screen name as well. Must be...

    Yes, I noticed that screen name as well. Must be a Friedrich Nietzsche "ubermensch" and Carleton Cooon "Dinaric" (Nordid, Alpine, Atlantid, Med) fan. I find these 2 are the intellectual heroes of...
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    Furthermore, don't you think making an accusation...

    Furthermore, don't you think making an accusation like you made is not appropriate (i.e Fudging data).

    If you think his models are poorly specified, that is a legitimate criticism. However, if He...
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