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    You have 0 samples that show EV-13 in Thracians...

    You have 0 samples that show EV-13 in Thracians and Dacians. And when I say same source I'm not talking about TMRCA, but the latter branches in antiquity. Obviously everything goes back to 1 with all...
  2. Asshat you just quoted some of them yourself. The...

    Asshat you just quoted some of them yourself. The other ones I posted are

    PERFECT PHYLOGENETIC NETWORKS: A NEW METHODOLOGY FORRECONSTRUCTING THE EVOLUTIONARY HISTORY OF NATURALLANGUAGESLUAY...
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    I'm wondering more and more if EV-13 was largely...

    I'm wondering more and more if EV-13 was largely spread by Imperial Romans. For example in Western Europe it's definitely largely due to Romans. I'm glad we saw it in the Western Balkans in antiquity...
  4. Since the southern paper is about to come out...

    Since the southern paper is about to come out soon, I made an admixture model for every time period. I don't know what samples they have tbh, I've heard Bronze, Iron Age, etc...

    But this is where...
  5. How am I lying you moron? Albanian has lost most...

    How am I lying you moron? Albanian has lost most of its original vocabulary. Most of the language is Latin in origin. Everyone knows that. That's one of the reasons why it's been hard to classify it....
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    I think we might see EV13 in a Yamnaya context...

    I think we might see EV13 in a Yamnaya context here. EV13 is completely absent in Neolithic Europe. Out of hundreds of samples, all we have is 1 parent clade of EV13 in Spain, but not EV13 itself.
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  7. I noticed in September some of these people want...

    I noticed in September some of these people want to give a lecture on "Balkan Indo-European" and Albanian. These academics are starting to become cringe as ****.

    Every linguistic analysis done has...
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    It's way too much of a time gap. Languages don't...

    It's way too much of a time gap. Languages don't work like that. Anatolian is maybe 1000 years apart from other PIE languages.

    And like it's been stated, the vocabulary doesn't match farming...
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    Nothing to hold out for. J2B is clearly a CHG or...

    Nothing to hold out for. J2B is clearly a CHG or southern steppe related Y-DNA. It's non-existent in Neolithic Europe.
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    Mercenaries don't change the languages/cultures...

    Mercenaries don't change the languages/cultures of the native population. The population density thing is true, but it's because it happened in multiple waves and not one fell swoop.

    From Y-DNA we...
  11. That matches perfectly with Y-DNA (I1, I2, and...

    That matches perfectly with Y-DNA (I1, I2, and R1a). I have no idea what you're talking about.
  12. Why is that too high? Given the existence of R1a...

    Why is that too high? Given the existence of R1a and certain I2a clades, it should be around there.

    The Migration Age DNA should be something like 15 to 25% Slavic, and 5 to 15% Gothic, give or...
  13. This stereotyping of smaller, less known...

    This stereotyping of smaller, less known populations is honestly annoying as hell. Even some Albanians here are pretending that southern Albanians are "short" based on random nonsense. I'm a giant...
  14. This is probably another dumb forum troll. Please...

    This is probably another dumb forum troll. Please stop giving these people the time of day. Probably all Johan Derite in disguise. The second he goes quiet, all these accounts start popping up.
  15. This is just the latest instance of "Everything...

    This is just the latest instance of "Everything in the world is about Y-DNA haplogroups". I2 is so varied, that it existed in WHG, EEF and Yamnaya.
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    Lack of sampling in those regions, is not for...

    Lack of sampling in those regions, is not for lack of samples. There are hundreds of graves discovered. It's simple lack of communication and disconnect on the part of local authorities with these...
  17. The invading population was already mixed with...

    The invading population was already mixed with EEFs. Yamnaya itself gets up to 18% EEF.
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    It's honestly quite sad you still keep talking in...

    It's honestly quite sad you still keep talking in terms of 1 Y-DNA = 1 culture. How many times must you be proven wrong?

    The most hilarious shit was those Panonians being EV-13 and you kept crying...
  19. Are these guys Matzinger's cousins or something....

    Are these guys Matzinger's cousins or something. What did I just read :lol:

    The sad state of academia goes on. Unfortunately, there are very few professionals in these fields. Lots of people with...
  20. Why isn't this dude banned?

    Why isn't this dude banned?
  21. Is this paper out? I think this will be important...

    Is this paper out? I think this will be important for Albanians as well, as those Epirotes and Macedonians might serve as a good proxy for Proto-Albanians (before Migration Age admixture), at least...
  22. Are they ancestral branches? Most of those...

    Are they ancestral branches? Most of those branches were dead ends.

    All EV-13, J2B2-L283, R1b, but dead end branches.

    We've gone through Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia, even all the way to...
  23. Looking at this paper so far and the Roman...

    Looking at this paper so far and the Roman Cosmopolitan one, it's all familiar main Balkanic branches but exotic subbranches. None of these branches represent major ancestral branches to current...
  24. That Nish sample looks like a "northern EV-13",...

    That Nish sample looks like a "northern EV-13", similar to the Croatian samples. Only relative is in Germany.

    Croatia one had relatives in Belarus, Russia, England and Germany, and none in...
  25. Italian samples (north, south, wherever) will...

    Italian samples (north, south, wherever) will always be favoured over West Balkans because of that extra 20-30% Slavic/Gothic admixture (I1, I2, R1a), but West Balkans should be right behind.
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