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  1. So? I'm elaborating the subject further, but if...

    So? I'm elaborating the subject further, but if you want only the "actual data", the the thread should already be closed. lol

    2700 BC is 2700 BEFORE CHRIST, so ~4.7 thousand years ago. So you're...
  2. Isn't it a bit of a stretch or excessive...

    Isn't it a bit of a stretch or excessive self-confidence to state that it involved a population "with Sub-Saharan African features" based only on mitochondrial DNA lineages found in modern people...
  3. The problem with TMRCA is that it does not...

    The problem with TMRCA is that it does not necessarily imply when that specific clade of a haplogroup arrived in the region. It may simply be the case that it arrived centuries or even millennia...
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    ORD001 was found to be the daughter of ORD009,...

    ORD001 was found to be the daughter of ORD009, with a much more Rome_Republican makeup, with an (unsampled) father who was certainly much more Caucasian and Middle Eastern-shifted, given the...
  5. I saw the video of a lecture from a few years ago...

    I saw the video of a lecture from a few years ago by Cunliffe. Horribly outdated and confused as far as population genetics go. He claimed that because R1b is most frequent and most R1b men are in...
  6. Some Global25 ancestry models of averaged Early...

    Some Global25 ancestry models of averaged Early Turkic and Late Antiquity Central-Eastern Asian population samples (ancient DNA), probably related to later Turks. The mixed makeup with very high East...
  7. Let me guess if I understood the OP properly: is...

    Let me guess if I understood the OP properly: is the claim that the early Turkic people were not fully East Asian people or is it in fact, as it seems, claiming that they were mostly West Eurasian...
  8. The actual problem and urgency is not that...

    The actual problem and urgency is not that records are being broken. It is rather that records have been broken in an increasingly lower time gap between them. In other words, extreme events (too...
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    Well, but Indo-Europeans were not the only...

    Well, but Indo-Europeans were not the only pastoral people, and legend says it that Abraham came from Northern Mesopotamia, therefore from typically Semitic lands (the source of many expansive...
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    So, is your point that Covid-19 is no big deal...

    So, is your point that Covid-19 is no big deal and, therefore, has no need to be eradicated by mass vaccination because previous epidemics and pandemics killed more people (usually, by the way,...
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    Latino-Faliscan looked so much like a group...

    Latino-Faliscan looked so much like a group pushed to a small corner of the peninsula, and one which clearly came from Proto-Italic, not from an earlier Osco-Umbrian branch, tha I speculate (stress...
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    Thanks, Angela! :good_job::rolleyes2: I'm glad...

    Thanks, Angela! :good_job::rolleyes2:
    I'm glad to be back. ;-)
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    What? "Ebola now"? Something tells me you...

    What? "Ebola now"? Something tells me you misinterpreted a simple comment and didn't get a very basic comparison with a previous event to explain why your mortality rate calculus has zero relevance...
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    That proportion of mortality rate makes no sense....

    That proportion of mortality rate makes no sense. That's like considering ebola extremely harmless because the number of people who have EVER died from ebola (not just in 1 year and a few months, as...
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    With those extremely high distances, I seriously...

    With those extremely high distances, I seriously doubt the person who tested those models included source populations that represent Steppe admixture (like Yamnaya and CWC samples) and perhaps other...
  16. Wow! I heard today or yesterday some place...

    Wow! I heard today or yesterday some place recorded very close to 50ºC. That's astounding. I live in a 90% tropical country, Brazil, but even here temperatures reaching 40ºC are only ever experienced...
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    Very interesting results, they look robust. What...

    Very interesting results, they look robust. What are the Anatolia_N (n=22) used? Do they include only those most distinctive from other Near Eastern clusters, like Boncuklu and Barcin, or are they...
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    The origin of Proto-Italic in the area spanning...

    The origin of Proto-Italic in the area spanning Northeastern Italy, Croatia and Slovenia is pretty speculative, though plausible, as also is the path and timing of expansion of Italic languages...
  19. Well, considering that Semitic is the only...

    Well, considering that Semitic is the only language family attested in West/Southwest Asia (I personally guess other related Afro-Asiatic branches existed before, but they were superseded by the huge...
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    That small but not negligible gene flow from the...

    That small but not negligible gene flow from the Levant, Caucasia and the Zagros/Iranian Plateau, which also explains how J2a, J2b and E1b1b were present in Neolithic Europe even when the Near...
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    Wait, I'm confused. So is a largely Basal...

    Wait, I'm confused. So is a largely Basal Eurasian individual part of the same cluster as Dzuduzana2 and sharing more drift with WHG/Villabruna cluster than with any other Paleolithic DNA sample? So...
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    If your mother's partial ancestry of German...

    If your mother's partial ancestry of German origin actually came from East Germany, which until the 2nd World War included lands as east as what is now Poland and Kaliningrad (the Baltic exclave of...
  23. I think the PIE dialect continuum was diverse...

    I think the PIE dialect continuum was diverse from the start in overall genetic makeup and Y-DNA distribution. Some groups had more CHG:EHG ratio than others, some had mainly R1b-L23, some mainly...
  24. R1b is in Europe since the Late Paleolithic, but...

    R1b is in Europe since the Late Paleolithic, but the R1b found in 99% of the European males who carry R1b today - subclades of R1b-M269 - certainly came from easternmost Europe after the Early Copper...
  25. So is their "Swedish-like" basically Baltic...

    So is their "Swedish-like" basically Baltic IE-like in fact? Is that based on IA Swedish samples? I wonder if those were really Germanic Scandinavians, not Baltic people who once lived on the other...
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