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    If this was a caravan of merchants, where were...

    If this was a caravan of merchants, where were they headed? I would think a trade route to invite such a caravan would be connecting major cites and caravans such as this would not be wondering...
  2. I believe he will be proven to be R1b-M269,...

    I believe he will be proven to be R1b-M269, Atlantic Modal Haplotype. This was extensively discussed at Family Tree DNA's forum and DNA Rootsweb Archiver, with screenshots and links to videos posted...
  3. Touche. Quit burning that wood and coal. Quit...

    Touche.

    Quit burning that wood and coal. Quit using that electric heat. Quit eating, consuming, reproducing, and breathing. It's all good for the environment.
  4. Norway, Sweden and Iceland may not need their air...

    Norway, Sweden and Iceland may not need their air conditioners. In Texas and Georgia, they do. Africa and India's populations are exploding, and as their economy improves, they are going to want...
  5. I'm sure, there are some famous people who have...

    I'm sure, there are some famous people who have it, although I haven't seen R1b-V88 assigned to any of them. FTDNA has a listing of R1b-V88's in their Basal R1b group. ...
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    The mtDNA haplogroup results reported: ...

    The mtDNA haplogroup results reported:



    Samples Amiternum
    HVR-I motif (16024–16384)
    Mutations/rCRS
    Haplogroup/Subhaplogroup HAPLOGREEP
    Haplogroup/Subhaplogroup MITOMASTER...
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    These assumptions that the Magdalenians did not...

    These assumptions that the Magdalenians did not have bows and arrows and the later Mesolithic and Neolithic cultures did is based solely on microlithic points. Perishable material like wood, sinew,...
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    The oldest arrows' points were probably carved...

    The oldest arrows' points were probably carved out of the arrow shaft and fire hardened. If so, those wouldn't have left a trace, so bows and arrows may have been around a lot longer than ancient...
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    23andMe's forum is live and well again.

    23andMe's forum is live and well again.
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    Is 23andMe's forum down or gone?

    When I try to link to 23andMe's forum page, I receive an error message. The link at the bottom of the home page for the forum is also gone. Is this temporary or have they decided to drop the forum?
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    That article didn't say he was haplogroup R1b. I...

    That article didn't say he was haplogroup R1b. I believe he was R*, upstream or lateral of R1a, R1b, and R2.
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    Northern Spain has more mtDNA U5 than Southern Spain, but Andalusia carries...
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    How does Spain show zero WHG in the Haak chart? ...

    How does Spain show zero WHG in the Haak chart? They have a significant amount of mtDNA U5 and y-dna I2.
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    There are a few R1* individuals who could be...

    There are a few R1* individuals who could be grouped together to form new clades, such as R1c, R1d, etc, but these labels have not been created and assigned yet. Perhaps, there are too few of them...
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    Sort of like your response. That post wasn't...

    Sort of like your response. That post wasn't meant to be more than a simplified illustration of how the genetic contribution of original inhabitants diminishes or even perishes following successive...
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    The earliest populations are on the bottom of the...

    The earliest populations are on the bottom of the dogpile of population replacement. Using a 90/10 split for each fused population after a successful demic replacement, the original host population...
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    For quick reference of geographic locations,...

    For quick reference of geographic locations, cultures, and haplogroups...

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    Sample Name
    Country
    analysis label genetics

    Cluster PCA/Admixture
    genetic sex
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    VK301 R0a2b Male I1a2a ...

    VK301
    R0a2b
    Male
    I1a2a


    VK303
    T2a1b1a1
    Female
    N/A
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    The haplogroups... VK1 J1c3g Female N/A

    The haplogroups...



    VK1
    J1c3g
    Female
    N/A
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    https://advances.sciencemag.org/content/advances/5...

    https://advances.sciencemag.org/content/advances/5/7/eaax0061/F3.large.jpg?width=800&height=600&carousel=1
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    Looks like a pretty diverse group ...

    Looks like a pretty diverse group


    Haplogroups




    Analysis
    group
  22. Does anyone have any idea when Living DNA is...

    Does anyone have any idea when Living DNA is actually going to open up dna matching and the chromosome browser to everyone? I have a very close match who is not even showing and supposedly I have...
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    Modern Populations 1. Welsh (5.566) 2....

    Modern Populations
    1. Welsh (5.566)
    2. Southwest_English (7.584)
    3. West_German (7.586)
    4. South_Dutch (7.637)
    5. North_Dutch (8.732)
    6. German_Central (8.792)
    7. Southeast_English (8.870)
    8....
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    Poll: Those are tough choices; however, one choice...

    Those are tough choices; however, one choice should be added to the poll: if the baby has profound disabilities (e.g., missing most of his brain; an individual missing all his limbs, eyes, hearing...
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    I wonder if all those K1a-195C's in Primrose...

    I wonder if all those K1a-195C's in Primrose Grange were actually mtDNA K1a10's. K1a10 is a subclade of K1a-195C and it appears to be concentrated in Britain, Ireland and Scandinavia. Did they test...
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