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  1. Also back when anthrogenica was a decent forum I...

    Also back when anthrogenica was a decent forum I think there was a good discussion on how most Asian populations (especially those with Indo-Iranian ancestry) have more 22018*A(rs182549) than 13910*T.
  2. Yogurt also supposedly originated in the Middle...

    Yogurt also supposedly originated in the Middle East during the Neolithic so there is some evidence to the idea that EEF and their ancestors consumed dairy without the alleles. I also carry two...
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    Carlos Quiles is a troll of the highest degree....

    Carlos Quiles is a troll of the highest degree. He's obsessed with making Uralics a European population when that is far from the truth. He is also an R1b supremacist. He's a troll. Not sure why he's...
  4. So where did 13910*T and the 22018*A arise? I...

    So where did 13910*T and the 22018*A arise?

    I believe the distribution in African follows the spread of Chadic languages and R1b-V88 which is why I believe that assertion was made.
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    I know. My question is why? No other mtdna has...

    I know. My question is why? No other mtdna has this many major clades.

    I - 7 clades
    J - 2 clades
    K- 3 clades
    T- 3 clades
    U- 9 clades

    V also seems to have a lot of clades. I think 28.
  6. I have my doubts that the ones of European...

    I have my doubts that the ones of European ancestry didn't have Asian ancestry to some degree.
  7. Is yogurt a big thing in Europe besides the...

    Is yogurt a big thing in Europe besides the Balkans and Greece? I also wonder if that is a recent product or if it dates back to the Neolithic. I imagine most dairy consumption was just cheese in the...
  8. I'm guessing 25% light haired and eyed would be...

    I'm guessing 25% light haired and eyed would be the upper bounds unless they underwent the same selection Northern Europeans did.
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    There's apparently samples on the way indicating...

    There's apparently samples on the way indicating Proto Uralics were basically Nganasan like not WSHG like. SO they probably looked like this.
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  10. I have to give your credit for your persistence....

    I have to give your credit for your persistence. You're still a troll though.
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    Thanks. That's insane. How come this haplogroup...

    Thanks. That's insane. How come this haplogroup has this structure?
  12. Maybe you don't need LP alleles to consume dairy...

    Maybe you don't need LP alleles to consume dairy (minus actual milk).
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    How did Q get to Scandinavia?

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haplogroup_Q-L54

    Also is there any relation to the Q found in the EHG in the Fatyanovo paper? probably not given the TMRCA.
  14. https://www.nature.com/articles/srep43950 So...

    https://www.nature.com/articles/srep43950

    So these Xiongnu were probably close to 50% East Eurasian maternally and probably 1/4 East Eurasian. Doubt they were that light pigmented. Probably...
  15. How west eurasian are these people? Also are...

    How west eurasian are these people?

    Also are these the same Scythio-Siberians that were mostly blonde and blue eyed?
  16. I think we need to establish if the chain...

    I think we need to establish if the chain Tinayuan->Yana->Malta/AG3->WSHG/EHG is valid.

    P was already born according to yfull when Tianyuan K2b was born so I doubt he is ancestral imo. Especially...
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    Do you have the breakdown of later Anatolians?

    Do you have the breakdown of later Anatolians?
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    Interesting. I'm not sure anymore. On a related...

    Interesting. I'm not sure anymore. On a related note would would ydna H carriers have been like if they have existed for more than 30,000 years in South Asia?
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    Are there really at least 95 subclades of mtdna H?

    Are there really at least 95 subclades of mtdna H?
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    What don't you get that it is impossible for...

    What don't you get that it is impossible for Iranian related ancestry to have migrated without being accompanied by Anatolian related ancestry. The two populations were heavily mixed by then.
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    I agree. Even if it came directly from Iran it...

    I agree. Even if it came directly from Iran it would have been at least 40% Anatolia_N. The paper made it sound like Iran_N showed up without Anatolia_N.
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    It just seems like the cline between Anatolia_N...

    It just seems like the cline between Anatolia_N and Iran_N extended further east than Western Iran. I think it makes sense tbh.
  23. Maybe he decided to do something else other than...

    Maybe he decided to do something else other than deny the connection between R1a-Z93 and Indo-Iranians on shitogenica.
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    Sorry to disappoint you but there were no...

    Sorry to disappoint you but there were no migrations from Iran to Europe. Multiple migrations the other way did exist though.
  25. On a related note is C1b considered West or East...

    On a related note is C1b considered West or East Eurasian btw?
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