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  1. It's annoying when studies don't mention the...

    It's annoying when studies don't mention the actual SNPs. Even if you were right, though, we'd still have three different I2 lineages out of three I2 samples. Who is to say that if they test 1000...
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    It is based on a single confirmed descendant.

    It is based on a single confirmed descendant.
  3. Poll: When this thread was started in 2015, I wrote...

    When this thread was started in 2015, I wrote that the most likely haplogroups of the Cucuteni-Trypillian cultures were G2a and I2a. It's now confirmed.
  4. Ok "Mr. completely wrong". There are only 11...

    Ok "Mr. completely wrong". There are only 11 Y-DNA samples in this study, including one I2a2a1, one I2a1a2a and one I2c. That's a lot of I2 variety. The study does not mention the SNPs tested, but if...
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    Why? 3800 years is a really long time. Emir...

    Why? 3800 years is a really long time. Emir Abdelkader's patrilineal ancestors were probably Vandals that settled in the Maghreb 1600 years ago.
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    The Economist explained...

    The Economist explained that German-speaking countries have some of the lowest Covid vaccination rates in Western Europe (68% in Germany, 67% in Austria and 65% in Switzerland) and that far-right...
  7. COP26 : Which banks and insurance companies have pledged to divest from fossil fuels?

    COP26 was a mitigated success. It came up short of expected commitments, but nevertheless achieved substantial changes. 1485 institutions in 71 countries, with assets over $39.2 Trillion, have...
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    The vaccine doesn't seem to be 100% efficient....

    The vaccine doesn't seem to be 100% efficient. That may be because the virus has numerous strains and the vaccines does not offer the same protection against all strains. There is the same problem...
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    Thanks for sharing. It's amazing how politically...

    Thanks for sharing. It's amazing how politically polarised the Dutch anti-vaxxers are.

    Democrats 66 (D66) members are all vaccinated. D66 is a center to centrist social-liberal party especially...
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    Here is a great article...

    Here is a great article from The Guardian describing a specific kind of anti-vaxxer found in richer Western countries and especially in places like California and France. They appear to be a...
  11. Of course, I thought about epidemics too. But...

    Of course, I thought about epidemics too. But there are two elements that argue against that:

    1) Contrarily to the arrival of the Europeans in the Americas, there was no physical barrier between...
  12. You bring up an interesting point. I agree that...

    You bring up an interesting point. I agree that the Germanic F derives from the Celtic P. This is because the Proto-Germanic language developed quite late. Whereas the first Proto-Celtic R1b-P312...
  13. Thread: cannot log in

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    Have you tried refreshing the page. It's a...

    Have you tried refreshing the page. It's a common problem due to the page cache.
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    This map shows the vaccination rates for measles,...

    This map shows the vaccination rates for measles, which is probably the most controversial childhood vaccine because of disinformation campaigns associating the MMR vaccine (measles, mumps, rubella)...
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    What do the anti-vaxxers share in common?

    Vaccination is a topic that is as likely to divide people and families as politics and religion. It has been exacerbated by the Coronavirus pandemic, but the rift was already present long before in...
  16. SNP identified as doubling risk of lung failure and death from Covid-19

    Here is the study.

    Nature Genetics: Identification of LZTFL1 as a candidate effector gene at a COVID-19 risk locus

    Abstract

    The severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS‑CoV‑2)...
  17. That's probably the Hallstatt expansion. The...

    That's probably the Hallstatt expansion. The paper hasn't been published yet. I'd love to see the Y-DNA haplogroups of the newcomers. So far we have hardly any Y-DNA of Iron Age Celts from Britain,...
  18. Back in 2011, when PH155 was not yet discovered,...

    Back in 2011, when PH155 was not yet discovered, I postulated that the Tarim mummies would belong to a branch of R1b that split early from the Proto-Indo-European core. My reasoning was that they...
  19. I have been waiting for this for over 10 years! I...

    I have been waiting for this for over 10 years! I haven't had time to read the paper yet, but here are the haplogroups of the mummies tested.
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  20. I suppose that human brain size didn't suddenly...

    I suppose that human brain size didn't suddenly decrease everywhere on Earth at the same time. It would be interesting to compare the evolution across various regions and types of societies (HG,...
  21. I have made a list of eco-friendly and...

    I have made a list of eco-friendly and sustainable banks available in Europe and the United States.
  22. Is your bank one of those financing the Amazon destruction & extinction of species?

    My latest article. Don't be complicit. Know what your bank is doing and choose a better bank if yours is evil.

    https://www.eupedia.com/images/design/Home-eco_banks.jpg
  23. Sustainability ratings of household appliances

    The Belgian comapny Vanden Borre, one of the largest retailer household appliances and electronics in the country, has just released a sustainability barometer for household appliances. This...
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    Poll: I feel some sort of cognitive dissonance in what...

    I feel some sort of cognitive dissonance in what you write. You are not very worried, but you also admit that we, as individuals, have little control over it and that it won't be solved easily. How...
  25. Blond hair appears to have originated in the...

    Blond hair appears to have originated in the Baltic region and Northwest Russia, where it was already present during the Mesolithic period. Blond hair was found a low frequencies among most...
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