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  1. That's a great question to ask Maciamo. There was...

    That's a great question to ask Maciamo. There was a huge genetic shift in western Europe during the metal ages and Indo Europeans are probably responsible. The Celts probably whipped out the natives...
  2. Lots of people have mtDNA U5(like me) that...

    Lots of people have mtDNA U5(like me) that doesn't mean they have more Mesolithic European ancestry than someone in the same population with mtDNA T or some other near eastern haplogroup.
  3. I read those two pages multiple times. All the...

    I read those two pages multiple times. All the farmers do cluster with each other but it's a general southern European(have the highest amount of early European farmer or just plain near eastern...
  4. The only similarity between him, Otzi, and the...

    The only similarity between him, Otzi, and the Swedish Neolithic farmer Gokhem is they are generally south European-like. Portolan probably has ANE ancestry though which is why he does not cluster...
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    Poll: Depends which ones. I don't know that much about...

    Depends which ones. I don't know that much about ancient history, but i think Alexander the Great's armies and the Spartens should defintley be on the poll.
  6. Early Europeans farmers descended from primarily...

    Early Europeans farmers descended from primarily the same source as do modern near easterns so that's probably why Stuttgart scored a little in a south-west Asian component. This 4,000 year old...
  7. 4000BP Iberian farmer clusters with Tuscans, not Basque or Early European farmers

    Daskalaki, E. 2014 was published yesterday, and among other things sampled autosomal and mitochondrial DNA from a 4,000 year old Late Neolithic farmer from the site of El Portalón in northern Spain....
  8. It's very surprising that the 4,000BP Spanish...

    It's very surprising that the 4,000BP Spanish farmer clusters with Tuscans, from central Italy. To me it seems pretty obvious he has some ANE ancestry, and i think is very similar to modern Spanish...
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    The N1a found in Neolithic Europeans is actually...

    The N1a found in Neolithic Europeans is actually a rare European subclade. I think there is still debate if any mtDNa haplogroups besides U5, U2e, and U4 can be connected with Mesolithic Europe....
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    Maciamo I don't understand why you generalize...

    Maciamo I don't understand why you generalize Indo Europeans, Balto Slavs, etc. The Indo European speakers 6,000ybp were not genetically a unified ethnic group. They did not arrive from Mars they...
  11. This is not a surprise at all Y DNA R is...

    This is not a surprise at all Y DNA R is Mongoliod I would except it actually to be in Siberia 24,000ybp. Also Caucasian subclades of R R1b, R1a, and R2 is proof there was Caucasin-Mongoliod inter...
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    You almost definitely have R1a1a1b2 Z93.

    You almost definitely have R1a1a1b2 Z93.
  13. Since Jews have been in Europe for at the most...

    Since Jews have been in Europe for at the most 2,000 years and different groups came at different times. Looking at how their haplogroups are distributed in Europe and the Near east today does seem...
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    I really doubt I guess they kind of look European...

    I really doubt I guess they kind of look European but Y DNa and mtDNA studies show they are Mongliod I am sure austomal DNA will show no traces of any European or Caucasian blood. If you shave them...
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    Is there any ancient DNA from Japan? I bet there...

    Is there any ancient DNA from Japan? I bet there is a lot to learn about Genetic stuff in eastern Asia why is Y DNA O so popular in so many different language families? Are modern Japanese mainly...
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    I have been thinking the same thing the Yamna...

    I have been thinking the same thing the Yamna people(not all Yamna people) that I guess were proto Indo Iranian and Tocharian speakers around 5,000ybp were close to 100% R1a1a1b2 Z93 or just R1a...
  17. I think it is pretty much settled then its...

    I think it is pretty much settled then its Frankish.
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    TE said nothing about R1b being the original...

    TE said nothing about R1b being the original paternal lineage of Europe the only person who still thinks that might be Spencer Wells. I don't know that much about world history but it seems like in...
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    TE do you seriously think I M170 came to Europe...

    TE do you seriously think I M170 came to Europe with farming when its age estimates are 25,000-30,000 years old. I1 in Scandinavia so I1a2 L22 deifntley did not come with farming since there in the...
  20. What connects the House of Bourbon and the House...

    What connects the House of Bourbon and the House of Wettin? I know almost nothing about Royalty in Europe but didn't different nations royalty inter marry a lot. It would be cool if they could find...
  21. The start of modern Europe aka western...

    The start of modern Europe aka western World(America comes from Europe) was the middle ages. Even the royalty system goes back to like the 500's. The whole thing with the crowns and robes and those...
  22. I doubt people in the Renaissance thought about...

    I doubt people in the Renaissance thought about it exactly like modern people do. You know that American Evangelicals are probably the biggest supporters of all of what you just said and so many of...
  23. Thread: Ostracism.

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    I think it is just apart of human nature and you...

    I think it is just apart of human nature and you can never explain exactly why we do it.
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    There is a unique subclade in the British isles...

    There is a unique subclade in the British isles I2a2a1 M284 and is estimated to be 3,000 years old Germanic invasions my Angeals, Saxons, and Jutes first came at the earliest around 400ad just...
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    I strongly dis agree with the idea that I1 did...

    I strongly dis agree with the idea that I1 did not become popular in Scandinavia till Germanic R1b S21(I guess other R1b too) invasion starting just 3,500ybp. Maciamo on the I1 page already made the...
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