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    Poll: Not that I want to really get involved with a...

    Not that I want to really get involved with a political discussion. I am curious, as an outsider looking in on the US, can you describe what it is you think would happen if Sanders became president?...
  2. It survives in English as "yard" (not the...

    It survives in English as "yard" (not the measurement). It also survived in English through Anglo-Norman in the form of "garden". Stool still survives in English though with a slightly different...
  3. I doubt that it would affect the gametes.

    I doubt that it would affect the gametes.
  4. After their presence in Eastern Europe and...

    After their presence in Eastern Europe and Southeastern Europe? I would expect it. Especially Visigoths, Ostrogoths and Gepids spent time in these locations and would have absorbed E-V13 lineages and...
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    My mother's side is Dutch and most of all my...

    My mother's side is Dutch and most of all my maternal relatives are tall (tallest relative is 6'8"). I'm not entirely sure what caused the increase in height, but there is likely a combination of...
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    Yes, Flemings and Bretons and Frenchmen were also...

    Yes, Flemings and Bretons and Frenchmen were also present in William's army. Accidental omission on my part. Such an event as the Norman invasion of England the promise of land and potential futures...
  7. Ugh. The constant attempts to convince people...

    Ugh. The constant attempts to convince people that his theory has any merit is so mind-numbing. I see in many of his "answers" he blatantly cherry-picks or ignores certain data to fit his nonsense....
  8. You're serious? Thankfully, anyone worth their...

    You're serious?

    Thankfully, anyone worth their salt will see his theory is simply his own wishful thinking and complete hogwash.
  9. It's possible it existed at one point but like...

    It's possible it existed at one point but like many lineages that have ever existed it died out. This probably applies to every haplogroup at some point.
  10. Exactly. It just feels like the OP of this...

    Exactly.

    It just feels like the OP of this thread is continuing down the path of his preferred pet theory. I would love to see some legitimate peer review process of the articles in the original...
  11. But the real question is, where is the legitimate...

    But the real question is, where is the legitimate evidence of his theory? I've not seen any corroborating activity of others discussing "Linear Elamite" or as OP calls it, "Linear Gutian". Where is...
  12. Those words you cite are merely similar in...

    Those words you cite are merely similar in "spelling" and are not a strong argument in your favour.
    Unfortunately I cannot read Persian and I feel a large amount of potential review of your work by...
  13. Sure, that's the important thing to most...

    Sure, that's the important thing to most historians, but misrepresenting genetic data to try and support ones theory is just bad practice. The Goths and Gutians are most certainly different people. I...
  14. I'm referring to your citation of the artifacts...

    I'm referring to your citation of the artifacts from Luristan and the perceived similarity to artifacts found in Scandinavia. You still haven't confirmed any connection between Gutians and Goths, and...
  15. You are still using the same sources which were...

    You are still using the same sources which were proved to be nonsense to you on not only this forum but elsewhere as well. This just screams of academic dishonesty. Where is your actual evidence....
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    It is unlikely that they all came as full tribes...

    It is unlikely that they all came as full tribes to the entirety of England. The history of this period is much more complex than you seem to be making it out to be.
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    The difference is not that pronounced, all...

    The difference is not that pronounced, all British Isles populations share some common ancestry.

    FYI Normans are not Vikings. Not even close. Part of Normandy saw Scandinavian settlement, but...
  18. So he's still pushing the same hogwash. Using the...

    So he's still pushing the same hogwash. Using the same outdated sources and the same mental gymnastics to prove a bizarre theory.

    Still with complete misrepresentation of current scientific work...
  19. I had a feeling just reading the title of this...

    I had a feeling just reading the title of this thread.
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    It's a good find, and certainly a good sign for...

    It's a good find, and certainly a good sign for several origin theories of modern I1. It's taken a long time to find a relevant I1 in the Scandinavian Late Neolithic/Nordic Bronze Age range. Whether...
  21. Not really. That is something far more dynamic...

    Not really. That is something far more dynamic than haplogroups IMO. If you are referring to specific family groups being determined through Y-DNA then sure, this has been shown in many surname DNA...
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    Some users from Anthrogenica have analyzed the...

    Some users from Anthrogenica have analyzed the BAMs of these specific samples and these are the results:


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    Z93 did not directly originate in M513, M513 is...

    Z93 did not directly originate in M513, M513 is phyloequivalent to L62, L63, L120, M420, M449, M511 all of which define R1a. R-Z93 is downstream of Z645 which is downstream of M417 which is...
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    R-Z93 is downstream of R-M459>M198>M417>Z645, ...

    R-Z93 is downstream of R-M459>M198>M417>Z645,

    The quote you provided says "mutations understood to be equivalent to M420" which in other words they are phyloequivalent; meaning they define this...
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    So why do we find seaxes in Anglo-Saxon graves...

    So why do we find seaxes in Anglo-Saxon graves within England? Why do we find seaxes among related Germanic people (Longobards - who had Saxon contact and brought Saxons to Italy with them), Franks...
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