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  1. These are all extremely general similarities...

    These are all extremely general similarities that, as I can see, include many other (non-IE) cultures, not just specific IE cultural markers, so I honestly don't think why the IE migration should be...
  2. That's what partly makes me deny the idea that...

    That's what partly makes me deny the idea that the bulk of the boom of steppe-related lineages was caused by mass rape of local women in Europe and parts of Asia. In many places the autosomal signal...
  3. Yes, you're remembering it right, and that's...

    Yes, you're remembering it right, and that's partly why I am intrigued. If England_IA, England_LBA or even England_RomanEra-like people were exactly the ones that mixed with the Anglo-Saxons (who...
  4. But the genetic drift in Iceland involved a...

    But the genetic drift in Iceland involved a higher population growth of those harboring more Scandinavian ancestry than those harboring more Gaelic ancestry, wasn't it? So it pressuposed a previous...
  5. A "southward" shift of English genetics between the LBA and the Modern Era???

    I have been running some tests and analysis using the G25 samples, and I have noticed a very intriguing thing as I plotted English averaged population samples on a North European PCA. See for...
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    To be fair their religion doesn't grant access to...

    To be fair their religion doesn't grant access to women just because they aren't dressing modestly. The same instructions that tell women to dress modestly also tell men to low their gaze before...
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    Oh, it was so distressing for me to contemplate...

    Oh, it was so distressing for me to contemplate these innocent faces and think of what happened to them and to millions of other similar people during WW2 and other wars... This world is indeed a...
  8. What I find implausible about Reich's South...

    What I find implausible about Reich's South Caucasus hypothesis is that PIE clearly spread and diverged at least as late as the Copper Age, but the South Caucasus and even, in fact, the North...
  9. I'm clearly talking about the fact that they all...

    I'm clearly talking about the fact that they all now speak Germanic languages that started to diverge about 2000 years ago, so it cannot have been a case of one particularly successful Germanic...
  10. See what I mean with the results of a model of...

    See what I mean with the results of a model of genetic ancestry for several key ancient DNA samples, using 18-19 reference populations from all over Eurasia: https://imgur.com/a/TnFLTTy
  11. So what explains the remarkable linguistic...

    So what explains the remarkable linguistic homogeneity among all those diverse genetically differentiated populations speaking a Germanic tongue up until the Late Antiquity? Would they be a rare...
  12. I wonder if all the genetic labs that had been...

    I wonder if all the genetic labs that had been looking for steppe ancestry in the ancient DNA samples from all over Eurasia have "adapted" their genetic models and tried finding a kind of steppe...
  13. Indeed, the vocabulary of BP tends to be more...

    Indeed, the vocabulary of BP tends to be more conservative than the vocabulary of EP, especially in its formal, literary language.
  14. I actually think the phonology of Ligurian (what...

    I actually think the phonology of Ligurian (what little snippet of it that I have heard, let me clarify) resembles that of Catalan and perhaps a bit less so that of European Portuguese, indeed.

    I...
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    Indeed, one doesn't even have to imagine that...

    Indeed, one doesn't even have to imagine that much. The way colonists behaved in the remote lawless lands during the colonization of much of the Americas, away from any law, church and bureaucracy,...
  16. Perhaps because I have already got some basic...

    Perhaps because I have already got some basic Italian vocabulary from listening so much to operas, it's sometimes been far easier for me to understand spoken Standard Italian than spoken Spanish,...
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    I'm not sure that's the case, though. We had a...

    I'm not sure that's the case, though. We had a self-proclaimed leftist government for 13 years (2003-2016), often accused by the now ruling right-wing of being "communist" (total nonsense,...
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    Preach, Duarte. I don't think most people out...

    Preach, Duarte. I don't think most people out there are really aware of the kind of lunatic beliefs and paranoid and radical statements that we have been listening to here. It seems like they simply...
  19. I have been quite intrigued recently by the...

    I have been quite intrigued recently by the results I tested for the DNA samples from the Caspian part of northern Iran (Tepe Hissar) and, moving westward, from Armenia (Areni), both from the...
  20. I always found it bizarre how many people who...

    I always found it bizarre how many people who purport to oppose racism, eurocentrism and white supremacy give so much stress to Europeans' and European-Americans' role in virtually every historical,...
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    That must be a very country-specific issue, but...

    That must be a very country-specific issue, but my perception is that excessive and widespread political polarization, with people acting like overconfident zealots in their respective...
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    So what do you think is the most likely...

    So what do you think is the most likely explanation? Neanderthals moving into Africa (they were in the Levant for millennia after millennia after all)? Modern Humans moving into West Asia and later...
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    Oh that was a really cute idea to honor her after...

    Oh that was a really cute idea to honor her after death, she must've been sincerely loved by her masters. Apparently it was somewhat of a tradition to write cute poetic verses in epitaphs for animals...
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    Well, I couldn't help noticing a bit of an...

    Well, I couldn't help noticing a bit of an unwitting irony in your post when you said it is impossible to put people in the "right boxes", and putting people in boxes is the beginning of all evil,...
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    Yes, I agree. These models - even those made by...

    Yes, I agree. These models - even those made by professional geneticists and published in their papers - should always be seen as clues to be interpreted in combination with other data and...
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