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    Why would you think so? Archeologically, it is...

    Why would you think so? Archeologically, it is former Baltic tribes who extended much into current Slavic territories and not vice versa. Therefore, it is more likely that current Slavic people (like...
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    11614 This is PCA of Lithuanian...

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    This is PCA of Lithuanian ethnolinguistic groups from this doctoral thesis.

    According to this PCA Western Zemaiciai (who live in the territory of Memelland), plot somewhere in the...
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    I was reading an interesting study on Lithuanian...

    I was reading an interesting study on Lithuanian genetics (Doctoral Thesis by Alina Urnikyte dated 2018 12),
    http://epublications.vu.lt/object/elaba:33050072/33050072.pdf
    AN EVALUATION OF THE...
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    Also I think when comparing populations it is...

    Also I think when comparing populations it is really useful to do Principal Component Analyses (PCA) like Polako does. For instance just one such picture way better clarifies overall situation with...
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    Would it be possible to compare admixture of...

    Would it be possible to compare admixture of Lithuanians with Slavic people, but Slavic should be from those regions which were never populated by the Baltic tribes historically? For instance, if...
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    I think so too, for instance, I stayed for a...

    I think so too, for instance, I stayed for a couple of days with a simple family in Egypt, they weren't particularly religious, but still, women should not go for a walk without aim, they could not...
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    Regarding animals, my dog is fully an...

    Regarding animals, my dog is fully an opportunistic eater. There is hardly anything that he would not want to eat actually. Adores pancakes with apples for instance. I should do an experiment about...
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    I am not sure if meat carving is something...

    I am not sure if meat carving is something relating to genes, or more to cultural habits.
    Overall, humans seem to be highly adaptive species and would change their diet on things that are...
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    I wanted to live 800 years, and I think it could...

    I wanted to live 800 years, and I think it could be very good for the world - think of it how many languages people could learn and experience things before they mature, of course, the society should...
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    Hmm, at that time choosing one's nationality was...

    Hmm, at that time choosing one's nationality was often influenced by two things - religion and social status. First thing, people would mostly often identify themselves by religion. So to say...
  11. "Beyond geo-climate variables, we also observed...

    "Beyond geo-climate variables, we also observed findings related to pathogen diversity and language phonological complexity: openness to experience was associated with protozoan diversity;...
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    :) Smala is tar, so Smalininkai is a place where...

    :) Smala is tar, so Smalininkai is a place where people make tar. Easy. But I like Germans very much for keeping the original names...
    In East Prussia, the Curonian Spit the Baltic place names...
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    I am not sure if this analysis can tell anything...

    I am not sure if this analysis can tell anything apart from that there was a strong Polonisation and Germanisation in the Lithuanian Minor. Spoken language changes really quickly. In should be taken...
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    The mainstream opinion of the Lithuanian...

    The mainstream opinion of the Lithuanian scientists is that along with the processes as you described, the Lithuanian Minor population were mainly from Jotvingiai (Jacwiez in Polish, right?) and East...
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    A part of East Prussia (Lithuania minor) was...

    A part of East Prussia (Lithuania minor) was inhabited by a mixture of Baltic tribes. It is true that Skalviai, Narduviai, Suduviai, Jotvingiai cannot be found in a "pure form" now. Skalviai for...
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    On second thought, the researchers named the...

    On second thought, the researchers named the region Western Zemaiciai, which, in fact, is like saying that the region no longer is of Memelland Lithuanian origins (former Prussian tribes plus...
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    Well, it is not that simple - by 1960 (compared...

    Well, it is not that simple - by 1960 (compared to the overall prewar population) there were 5% of the original populations - irrespective of ethnic backgrounds - who managed to remain, 6% managed to...
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    This is so sad, as it means that between the...

    This is so sad, as it means that between the choice "truth" or "profits", more people are choosing "profits"
    Moreover, for small nations like my homeland (less than 3 mln) it means that we have...
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    double post

    double post
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    Not with Hunter Gatherers, I suppose

    Not with Hunter Gatherers, I suppose
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    Well, it should be noted that almost entire...

    Well, it should be noted that almost entire population of Memel and the east Prussia (West Zemaitija) were fully cleansed by the Soviets. In Klaipeda (Memel) city itself out of 200,000 there were 28...
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    Cool, very interesting, Tomenable. Aukstaitija...

    Cool, very interesting, Tomenable.
    Aukstaitija is "Highlanders" and Zemaitija - "Lowlanders".
    Can you get Y DNR from data files?
  23. But you see, the point is that IQ gene variants...

    But you see, the point is that IQ gene variants that are received from father are conditioned
    "scientists now believe genes for advanced cognitive functions which are inherited from the father may...
  24. @RegioX In the articles that you refer,...

    @RegioX
    In the articles that you refer, especially with the heading which say "no research established that you inherit your intelligence from your mother" -
    there is nothing that would refer...
  25. What the article says is that we know that IQ is...

    What the article says is that we know that IQ is highly heritable, but we don't know how. But it does not question the fact that "IQ genes" are on X chromosome. (which is indeed not anything new, as...
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