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    Again, you are totally dismissing Lazaridis' et...

    Again, you are totally dismissing Lazaridis' et al prior 2015 conclusion of "Levantine Cro-Magnons" representing Basal Eurasians, which later Natufians are estimated to have carried 64%

    but then...
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    Poll: 12460The Balkans by the seas have been one of the...

    12460The Balkans by the seas have been one of the major refugia and corridors and Slavs average among the tallest in the world so yeah that could indicate some I2a continuity. Lots of Megaliths (see...
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    Ghost populations are real and in this case ive...

    Ghost populations are real and in this case ive been trying to show you who they are. For some reason probably biased, Lazaridis et al. has totally abandoned his earlier recognition that Levantine...
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    Im thinking Dzudzuana ancestral to Villabruna is...

    Im thinking Dzudzuana ancestral to Villabruna is possible?

    Wait, where are you seeing that Dzudzuana has more BE than Natufian?
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    12459Image from Dzudzuana paper and Ancient human...

    12459Image from Dzudzuana paper and Ancient human genomes suggest three ancestral populations for present-day Europeans

    Dzudzuana is dated twice as old as Villabruna and as seen in the tree,...
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    Lasaridis' Dzuduana conclusion doesn't seem to...

    Lasaridis' Dzuduana conclusion doesn't seem to jive with the latest Lasaridis' tree either. For instance how can he have so much Natufian ancestry coming from WHG (Villabruna) when his tree has WHG...
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    I got that from the Dzudzuana paper: "The...

    I got that from the Dzudzuana paper:

    "The admixture graph model predicts that 13% of the ancestry of Yoruba came from Taforalt, which in turn was 55% descended from Dzudzuana and which in turn was...
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    Moesan, I accidentally answered the wrong post so...

    Moesan, I accidentally answered the wrong post so my last post was actually in response to this one, which I hadn't answered yet.

    EEF comes from Levantine Basal Eurasian, which are highly...
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    Why do my posts keep getting deleted?

    12 post were deleted in 12 different threads a few weeks ago and now another one. The last one was in the Neanderthal Y-DNA thread. It was the second post after the OP's and there for a few weeks but...
  10. Id say that since the whole world has some...

    Id say that since the whole world has some Neanderthal DNA many averaging around 2%, Neanderthal really got around and for some time.
    Especially when one considered that .5% of the world has Mongol...
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    The Dzudzuana paper wasn't absolutely certain of...

    The Dzudzuana paper wasn't absolutely certain of flow direction

    Also "Basal Eurasian ancestry is highest in the Near East, with estimates as high as 66% in Epipaleolithic Natufian individuals from...
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    Actually, the logical fallacy is the typical ad...

    Actually, the logical fallacy is the typical ad hominem attack against anyone having issue with Wallace and Klein's cosmic ray generated giant brained Puncuated Gravettian Equilibrium that replaced...
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    It seems you're projecting your own radiometric...

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    It seems you're projecting your own radiometric centrism. You claim these Egyptian mummies must of come from Europe because the Haplogroup U Cro-Magnons were dated in Europe to 30-odd...
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    This is a very interesting article explaining...

    This is a very interesting article explaining what Ive been talking about. Wish I would have found it earlier

    Ancient DNA Analysis of 8000 B.C. Near Eastern Farmers Supports an Early Neolithic...
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    Sorry I had a post on this but it along with...

    Sorry I had a post on this but it along with several others and even some edits were somehow deleted. Here is an article quote I mentioned above: "In the Near East, the Dzudzuana-related population...
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    -The related U haplogroup motifs between the Sami...

    -The related U haplogroup motifs between the Sami and North African Berbers, Canary Islanders and some Egyptian mummies have associations with Near Easterners. Likewise, North African ancestral...
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    The Yale paper said younger but again it makes no...

    The Yale paper said younger but again it makes no difference because the Hyksos were already pouring in from the earlier date
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    Yes I think its likely and my last post surely...

    Yes I think its likely and my last post surely addressed all your issues with it

    Djehutynakht dates vary from around 2000 BC to 1837 BC. Interestingly, his coffin contained fifty model boats,...
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    Haplogroups U and H motifs among both the...

    Haplogroups U and H motifs among both the aboriginal North Africans and Scandinavians furthers my point.

    Most would agree that Berbers including their U6 came from the Near East, particularly the...
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    Thanks and as Philjames100 pointed out, the...

    Thanks and as Philjames100 pointed out, the closest match was not actually an ancient Phoenician but I think Ive showed and will be showing that the sample shows a Phoenician descendant or at least...
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    The article says: "The [U5b2b5] sequence closest...

    The article says: "The [U5b2b5] sequence closest to the mummy’s belongs to a contemporary individual from Lebanon" which along with Sardinia have lots of continuity from the Levantine cultures such...
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    But actually due to Phoenician continuity: ...

    But actually due to Phoenician continuity: Ancient mitogenomes of Phoenicians from Sardinia and Lebanon: A story of settlement, integration, and female mobility 2018 And from Biological Sexing of a...
  23. Could someone please provide the similarities...

    Could someone please provide the similarities including the Chaine operatoire between the so called Solutrean and Clovis assemblages because it seems to me that Academia invented this Solutrean...
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    Like I said, I was referring to demographics...

    Like I said, I was referring to demographics closer to the supposed time of Giza's construction, which was way before Carthage existed.

    Biological Sexing of a 4000-Year-Old Egyptian Mummy...
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    Very relevant topic considering my latest...

    Very relevant topic considering my latest internet feed is loaded with articles on the discovery of Neanderthal Y-DNA being similar to modern humans but of a type no longer found and thus considered...
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