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  1. What have I missed? :) I think "he"...

    What have I missed? :)



    I think "he" makes more sense to use regardless of the genetics or medical condition. Unfortunately they got no nuclear DNA, so there's no proof that he carried XX...
  2. Casimir Pulaski documentary: "The General Was Female?"

    The recent Smithsonian Channel documentary, "The General Was Female?", piqued my interest for a few reasons. It attempted to solve a historical mystery using ancient DNA, and involved identifying the...
  3. I agree with this, I2-M223 (aside from...

    I agree with this, I2-M223 (aside from British-local subclades and the like) seems more broadly eastern and I2a1 seems more broadly western in the ancient context, which is an interesting contrast to...
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    Very interesting results! I'll take a closer look...

    Very interesting results! I'll take a closer look later.



    http://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/26944-The-Paleolithic-Remnants-a-map
    Not 100% accurate, but it seems that I got a couple of the...
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    This is simply inaccurate. Although -ism can...

    This is simply inaccurate. Although -ism can indicate a philosophy or value system, it does not imply how dogmatic or comprehensive it is. For example, in political philosophy, republicanism only...
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    The thread title is a bit misleading. Based on...

    The thread title is a bit misleading. Based on the summary, the article doesn't address intolerance as a whole, but rather seems to narrowly address "intolerance of contradiction"--which I would like...
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    Sticky: It seems to be the same ancestor, with a...

    It seems to be the same ancestor, with a different birth date estimate. Here is the pedigree for one of the I2-M223 Gates:...
  8. Correct me if my outsider's impression is wrong,...

    Correct me if my outsider's impression is wrong, but it seems to me that PvdA has a much more leftist constituency than CDA and a slightly more leftist constituency than D66, and the biggest...
  9. Well that's the sort of results you're likely to...

    Well that's the sort of results you're likely to get if you plug "haplotypes" into "a haplogroup prediction software program." So I'm skeptical.
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    A slightly deeper dive into the reported I*s...

    A slightly deeper dive into the reported I*s after looking at their STRs:

    ARM-171: Definitely I1, which wasn't tested by SNP.
    UDI-118: This one is confirmed I* by SNPs. Its STRs come close-ish to...
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    The I* results are indeed very interesting. There...

    The I* results are indeed very interesting. There was also an I* found in Di Cristofaro 2013 belonging to a Hazara in Afghanistan, although the SNP they tested on that individual to represent...
  12. Wilders has gone too far right. He was once a...

    Wilders has gone too far right. He was once a viable coalition partner to the VVD party that he once belonged to, but those days are long gone. He's beyond Trump, with proposals to ban the Koran,...
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    Sticky: Nevermind, I just found an article by the Bassett...

    Nevermind, I just found an article by the Bassett Family Association that confirms the Baron's family as belonging to that I2-L38 group. Added the Bassets under the noble families.
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    Sticky: BaRollo, let's stay on topic here. Specifically,...

    BaRollo, let's stay on topic here. Specifically, are you saying that you and some other suspected descendants of the noble Basset family (which includes Francis Basset, among others) tested as...
  15. Thread: Haplogroup C

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    The timeline still will not likely be very...

    The timeline still will not likely be very precise, but if you are V222, you can at least date the migration event to the TMRCA of V222 (currently 4300 YBP -- unless your result pushes that value...
  16. Thread: Haplogroup C

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    C-V20 could very well indicate being very...

    C-V20 could very well indicate being very anciently European paternally. I'd be interested in your subclade result. Right now on FTDNA, most belong to the (obviously European) V222 subclade, with a...
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    Since we know for a fact that I2c2 was in...

    Since we know for a fact that I2c2 was in Mesolithic Europe, I wouldn't guess all modern European I2c2 to be a backmigration. Some, maybe, although the SNP tree of I2c2 is still messy, so it's...
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    My guesses: I1: 01, 03, 06, 08, 09, 12, 14, 15...

    My guesses:
    I1: 01, 03, 06, 08, 09, 12, 14, 15
    R1b: 02, 04, 05, 07, 10, 11, 13, 16

    I don't have much rational justification, although I guess I tend to associate lighter pigmentation with I1 due...
  19. Thread: I-f3145 y-dna

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    YSEQ indicates that F3145 is equivalent to L621,...

    YSEQ indicates that F3145 is equivalent to L621, which YFull indicates has a clade age of 11300 YBP and a TMRCA of 6500 YBP. Hope that's not too much jargon for you.

    Most I2-L621 is in the branch...
  20. My end goal is usually history writing through...

    My end goal is usually history writing through the lens of my family, it has never been to connect to distant cousins. It can be nice to meet distant cousins who share research interests on the same...
  21. Maciamo, I think you're wrongly assuming that...

    Maciamo, I think you're wrongly assuming that genealogists (myself included) are primarily interested in genetic inheritance. In my experience, most people are using DNA as a tool, not as a goal;...
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    Sticky: Update: Added Stephen King, Chuck Norris, and...

    Update: Added Stephen King, Chuck Norris, and Rollo Gillespie! Also added Elvis Presley to the maybes since I wasn't able to confirm for sure what his Haplogroup I subclade was, but it seems most...
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    By the way, assuming that you are in fact I2c2,...

    By the way, assuming that you are in fact I2c2, congratulations! You belong to the absolute weirdest Haplogroup I subclade on the planet, with a truly bizarre distribution that has apparent...
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    I usually defer to FTDNA project admins on which...

    I usually defer to FTDNA project admins on which SNPs members should test, so maybe you could ask Bob May since multiple predictors are calling you I2c2 (contact info on the left at the project here).
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    Cullen's Predictor...

    Cullen's Predictor guesses you to be probably "I-S31*-B", which is old nomenclature for I2c2, with I2a-Din-N a distant second place. It seems that you would be an unusual case of either of those,...
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