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    What is your point? You're still from a mix of...

    What is your point? You're still from a mix of different source populations. Take a look at the admixture chart I posted; Germans, and Hungarians are no exception. As a matter of fact, Hungarians are...
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    Please don't tell me that you believe you are...

    Please don't tell me that you believe you are 99.7% Neanderthal. :)
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    @Carlos, indeed All of Europe is a mix of...

    @Carlos, indeed

    All of Europe is a mix of different source populations, including eastern Europe and Scandinavia.

    https://i.imgur.com/cKG1UoH.png
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    The paper states that there was "deep demographic...

    The paper states that there was "deep demographic change" in Late Antiquity; facilitated by the changing political and social situation in the Western Roman Empire (i.e. shift of capital to...
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    I have banned quite a few of these socks....

    I have banned quite a few of these socks. Probably more than 20 at least.
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    https://i.imgur.com/8Rw1oTN.jpg Ergo, we do...

    https://i.imgur.com/8Rw1oTN.jpg

    Ergo, we do see a jump in Iran-Neo from the copper age, to the Iron age. Which is comparable, or even more than Steppe Eneolithic. However, some of these Iron Age...
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    It also is a bit confusing, for example, in the...

    It also is a bit confusing, for example, in the Iron Age samples, the Steppe Eneolthic within an of itself is modeled as (60% EHG + 40% CHG/IN) and/or (50% EHG + 50% CHG/IN). That is in addition to...
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    Thus far, it doesn't say much more than that. But...

    Thus far, it doesn't say much more than that. But at Angela pointed out, there was a decrease of Iran-Neo, based on the three Central Italian Copper Age samples. As well as a resurgence of WHG,...
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    Facts can be inconvenient. But also, I don't...

    Facts can be inconvenient. But also, I don't think they can perform the mental gymnastics to understand, anyway. Maybe they should get a new hobby, perhaps working at a Heaven's Gate-style cult would...
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    I paid for access to the paper, and I'm going...

    I paid for access to the paper, and I'm going over it with a fine-tooth comb. Interestingly, the authors suggest that it is plausible that rather than additional source population of CHG/IN; Neolthic...
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    This is how the paper models 850. It seems that...

    This is how the paper models 850. It seems that some people are more into the hobby of propaganda, instead of reading and discussing facts from the actual source material:
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    I should add, that a change in genetic influence...

    I should add, that a change in genetic influence relative to success was noted in eastern Europe, when the systems changed. It is better to award success based on merit, rather than according to...
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    I recommend the following thread to you. Evidence...

    I recommend the following thread to you. Evidence shows that communism caused dysgenics in eastern Europe, which depressed IQ rates.

    Study results suggest genetic influence on social outcomes...
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    Latins (including 850, and 437) did not have...

    Latins (including 850, and 437) did not have Bronze-Age Levantine admixture.
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    https://i.imgur.com/vl8tToO.png Not to mention...

    https://i.imgur.com/vl8tToO.png

    Not to mention all of the Anatolian BA found in Iberia. By the time the Romans colonized Iberia, it must have been transformed genetically, partly by these Latins...
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    Anthrogenica is a garbage dump of lies. There is...

    Anthrogenica is a garbage dump of lies. There is no shortage of stupidity in the world, and anthrogenica is a shining example of that. The only place with a lower-average IQ must be on Eurogenes.
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    Extended Data Figure 6: Modeling present-day and...

    Extended Data Figure 6: Modeling present-day and ancient West-Eurasians. Mixture364 proportions computed with qpAdm (Supplementary Information section 4). The proportion of365 ‘Mbuti’ ancestry...
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    https://i.imgur.com/YK2MOfl.png

    https://i.imgur.com/YK2MOfl.png
  19. Helmets made from the skulls of children

    Two infants were buried some 2,100 years ago wearing "helmets" made from the skulls of other children, archaeologists have discovered.

    The remains of the two infants were found with nine other...
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    https://i.imgur.com/0nEoquq.pnghttps://i.imgur.com...

    https://i.imgur.com/0nEoquq.pnghttps://i.imgur.com/q7Srzpc.png

    Greeks are rich in Iran-like admixture, and would have brought this ancestry with them to Italy. In addition to the Iran-like...
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    In many ways, Germany is considered the Heartland...

    In many ways, Germany is considered the Heartland of Europe. The upcoming paper by David Reich and Isolf Lazaridis models Germans as predominately Paleolithic Caucasian, which is similar to...
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    https://i.imgur.com/M5BlcIw.png Idk, the PCA...

    https://i.imgur.com/M5BlcIw.png

    Idk, the PCA is off, Sardinians north of Northern Italians?
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    Especially not an absurd scenario, like saying...

    Especially not an absurd scenario, like saying R850, and R437 are half-"Phoenician"-like. Which is probably why the paper never suggested something like that.
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    West Anatolians (Copper Age & Bronze-Age) more so...

    West Anatolians (Copper Age & Bronze-Age) more so for Southern Italians made a contribution.
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    I think that is exactly the reason.

    I think that is exactly the reason.
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