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  1. Related? yeah, but I'm afraid you didn't read the...

    Related? yeah, but I'm afraid you didn't read the link you sent because Balanovsky expressly says this;

    The resulting phylogenetic tree (Fig. 4a) demonstrates that haplogroup R-L23 splits into...
  2. No Iberian BBs arrived in Sardinia at the time of...

    No Iberian BBs arrived in Sardinia at the time of the Monteclaro culture. You can read these papers if you are interested

    The Proboscidian ivory adorments from the hypogeum of Padru Jossu...
  3. Im sorry but Afanasievo I6222 is a garbage...

    Im sorry but Afanasievo I6222 is a garbage sample, you have to keep looking
  4. The Beaker phenomenon and the genomic...

    The Beaker phenomenon and the genomic transformation of northwest Europe (2.018)-We only have three North Italian BBs and everybody knows that this culture in mainland italy, sardinia and sicily was...
  5. some markers in Germany and Czechia-Unetice ...

    some markers in Germany and Czechia-Unetice

    OBKR-80 (2.046 BC)- Königsbrunn-R1b1a/2a1a/2b1-R1b-U152-L2-Mit-K1a3
    MX286 (1.960 BC)-Singen EBA-HapY-R1b-U152>L2-Mit-N1b1b
    I7202/Grave 94:...
  6. Despite the heterogeneity of the male markers in...

    Despite the heterogeneity of the male markers in the Italian peninsula, Sardinia and Sicily, at least this paper serves to connect the Italian Bronze Age with the BBC in Germany and Czechia and with...
  7. 1- As expected, the arrival of the steppe...

    1- As expected, the arrival of the steppe ancestry did not bring anything new to the phenotype of the Chalcolithic and Bronze Age.
    2- Arrival of this autosomal component in small percentages at...
  8. don't you think it's good that alexander immel...

    don't you think it's good that alexander immel participates in some way in this forum? - he is a prestigious european researcher, to my knowledge, he has never said that R1a and R1b are Martians.
  9. Gene-flow from steppe individuals into...

    Gene-flow from steppe individuals into Cucuteni-Trypillia associated populations indicates long-standing contacts and gradual admixture-Alexander Immel (2.019)-

    Recently, it was hypothesized that...
  10. I know that there are people who continue to...

    I know that there are people who continue to think about the genetic, cultural, technological and economic superiority of the horsemen of the Yamnaya culture, but these arguments do not make sense if...
  11. European subclades of R1b are rooted in Europe at...

    European subclades of R1b are rooted in Europe at least since the E***ravettian (Villabruna), and there is no R1b east of the Balkans until M****ithic Ukraine (R1b-V88) and later until the Khvalynsk...
  12. what we are seeing in genetic terms is a massive...

    what we are seeing in genetic terms is a massive founder effect of R1b>P312 in Western Europe after 2600 BC, not conquests or mass migrations.
  13. For those who are curious - The first...

    For those who are curious - The first R1b-P312>Df27 found in Spain (Burgos, Old Castile-2.434 BC) in a BB site was subjected to an exhaustive anthropological study - Brachycephalic, 1.85 meters tall,...
  14. yersinia pestis?, the plague?, invasions and...

    yersinia pestis?, the plague?, invasions and conquests? these are fairy tales of some geneticists and archaeologists who want to square their “steppe theory" with the genetic results they are...
  15. Yeah, probably R1b-L23>Z2103, will appear in...

    Yeah, probably R1b-L23>Z2103, will appear in Greece from the north, but until then it's all conjecture.
  16. Manika is one of the first urban cities of the...

    Manika is one of the first urban cities of the Early Helladic period (EH) (3,000-2,600 BCE) (Tab. i) in Greece and the Aegean. It is located 5 km to the north of Chalkis on the island of Euboea. The...
  17. Anyway you don't have R1b-M269>L23 in the Bronze...

    Anyway you don't have R1b-M269>L23 in the Bronze Age in Greece either, so either find it, or look for another theory to explain the Indo-European languages in Greece and Anatolia.
  18. We already have many samples from the Greek...

    We already have many samples from the Greek Neolithic and at the moment R1b-M269 (both R1b-Z2103 and L51 are missing). Regarding the chalcolithic and the bronze age we have some samples and there is...
  19. Phenotyping the ancient world: The physical...

    Phenotyping the ancient world: The physical appearance and ancestry of very degraded samples from a chalcolithic human remains-“Therefore, the aim of the present work was the molecular study of a...
  20. Evidently the answer is NO, women are not the...

    Evidently the answer is NO, women are not the only ones responsible for the spread of IE languages, nor were they able to impose a patriarchal society neither in Greece nor in Western Europe. But...
  21. I don't know why you find this so surprising....

    I don't know why you find this so surprising. Geneticists should consult European databases before making such considerations because this sample in Greece is more related to the sample found in the...
  22. Who introduced the steppe ancestry in Greece? so...

    Who introduced the steppe ancestry in Greece? so far they have not found even R1b-Z2103, or it was female mediated?. It certainly does not appear to have been R1b-L51 or any of its subclades. In both...
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    What a bunch of nonsense, you should dedicate...

    What a bunch of nonsense, you should dedicate yourself to studying your paternal lineage, and not trying to guess our origin. The first df27 are in Iberia and the south of France,
  24. Thread: "WOKE" America

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    There are ignorant people in every country, but...

    There are ignorant people in every country, but in any case, I myself prefer to be considered Hispanic or Non white, because I feel much closer to a Mexican, an Argentinean or a Puerto Rican than to...
  25. Thread: "WOKE" America

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    @Jovialis I sincerely believe that all...

    @Jovialis

    I sincerely believe that all Americans (north and south) are truly obsessed with the issue of races because it is a racially heterogeneous continent. I also believe that since the fall...
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