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    Turkey is a contradiction in that they have...

    Turkey is a contradiction in that they have started to develop and industrial base that is becoming increasingly sophisticated. But under Erdogan they also have become increasingly autocratic and...
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    I still think that there is a lot of overlap...

    I still think that there is a lot of overlap between constituent populations. I think that we need to go back and only select populations that had no overlap like Anatolian EEF and Steppe. As far as...
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    This is all well and good but the Izmir and...

    This is all well and good but the Izmir and Northwest Turkey mixtures, unless there is historical information that supports massive Slav migrations to those two places.
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    Very interesting finding about R1a-M17. Isn't...

    Very interesting finding about R1a-M17. Isn't that a marker for the Indo-Iranian branch of the Indo-European language populations. Do we know when it arrived in the area?
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    I would speculate that it is insecticides and...

    I would speculate that it is insecticides and herbicides in our food supply. I would also ascribe it to the tendency of having kids later in life in the so called first world.
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    Cretans have a distinct culture, cuisine, dialect...

    Cretans have a distinct culture, cuisine, dialect and music than the mainland. Now there has been a lot of homogeneity lately so maybe I am talking about previous generation.
  7. A mutation in the BRCA1 gene called Exon 22...

    A mutation in the BRCA1 gene called Exon 22 deletion is almost 100% found in East Holland near the border with Germany. It is also what killed my mother and caused my two sisters to undergo breast...
  8. Do we have any archeological evidence of IE...

    Do we have any archeological evidence of IE pelasgian and non-IE Pelasgians. Greeks were mid to late Bronze Age migrants so what does the archaeological evidence say about the natives before them?...
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    Maybe the recent immigrants did not take local...

    Maybe the recent immigrants did not take local wives but I can see the second and third generation choosing not to go back to Greece for their brides. The colonies were almost always male dominated...
  10. What do you want to call the pre-Greeks?

    What do you want to call the pre-Greeks?
  11. Particularly since according to this theory they...

    Particularly since according to this theory they used cremation. You may use archaeology to give you an ida of their material culture. But unless you have ancient sample you cannot say anything about...
  12. What era are these samples from? What study? What...

    What era are these samples from? What study? What area of Thessaly?
  13. It is the number of connections in the brain...

    It is the number of connections in the brain rather than the size that determines intelligence.
  14. The Albanians that were settled around the...

    The Albanians that were settled around the Venetian walled cities in Peloponnese to guard them pretty much followed the Venetians to Italy and settled in Calabria and Sicily. Now that does not...
  15. The current surname of the family is Manca but...

    The current surname of the family is Manca but the Greek surname was IeranĂ². I think they settled down in Cinquefrondi in the Reggio Calabria area.
  16. There is no historical info to back that up....

    There is no historical info to back that up. There was a substantial Venetian population in Crete and possibly in Naflio and Koroni but evacuated along with some Greek families to Venice when The...
  17. We need many more ancient DNA sample from the...

    We need many more ancient DNA sample from the Thrace area during different eras. Remember that the Macedons before the 4th century were a rather small kingdom. They expand greatly through alliances,...
  18. There are plans to terraform Mars and part of...

    There are plans to terraform Mars and part of that is altering the atmosphere. A major determinant on human life on Mars is finding easily available water in the form of ice or below ground.
  19. There are no documented major population...

    There are no documented major population movements by Anatolians in Macedonia prior to the exchange of populations. There is a document migration of Greeks from East Rumelia prior to the Balkan wars...
  20. Are talking about the replacement of Muslims in...

    Are talking about the replacement of Muslims in Macedonia with Asia Minor Greeks during the Population Exchange with Turkey in 1922? Or replacement by the Slavs? If it is replacement by the Slavs all...
  21. Sticky: There are two theories about R1b. We know that it...

    There are two theories about R1b. We know that it came from the Caucasus but there are two possible routes. South of the Black Sea and North of the Black Sea. Now if your ancestors were from Pontus...
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    Yeah but there were only 30,000 Macedonians that...

    Yeah but there were only 30,000 Macedonians that went into Anatolia and then Mesopotamia and Egypt and Persia, Afganistan and Pakistan and even India. The genetic impact of those 30,000 soldiers...
  23. Sticky: R1b and R1a are associated with the expansion out...

    R1b and R1a are associated with the expansion out of the steppe and the Indo-European languages.
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    Can you direct us to documented historical...

    Can you direct us to documented historical population replacements? Other than the population exchange between Greece, Bulgaria and Turkey and the Armenian holocaust.
  25. Sticky: It mean that for people that are autosomally...

    It mean that for people that are autosomally close to you, those are the percentages of the different Y-DNA haplogroups. For example, 18% of the people of the people that are autosomally close to you...
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