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  1. As amazing it could seem, "spanish" is the...

    As amazing it could seem, "spanish" is the castillan dialect born around Basque country, the most specific and borderline of all the neo-latine dialects there. It owe its success to the reconquista...
  2. It's a nonsense tool! I wonder on what basis...

    It's a nonsense tool!
    I wonder on what basis they measure distances between phenotypes? We can try to find out kinship of phenotypes but it seems to me very hard to decide of a useful hyerarchy...
  3. Alternation of words wth L or R in IEan languages

    I have remarked that IE roots attached to close enough meanings differed between them only by the alternation of R/L or the reverse.
    According to M. POKORNIK (old reconstructions, but sensible):
    ...
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    I agree for the most with don joe. Your...

    I agree for the most with don joe.
    Your "psychos" don't need to be so numerous (I am not one of them), but they can account upon cowards (I'm maybe among these last ones, not tested yet and feel no...
  5. I don't disagree. BB's on the continent had...

    I don't disagree.
    BB's on the continent had already Y-R1b-U152 if I don't mistake. We can be almost sure that R1b-L21, BB's themselves and surely close enough cousins (on the male lineages), had...
  6. It spite me Angela, but I don't find the Bucket's...

    It spite me Angela, but I don't find the Bucket's post so unpolite. Maybe bit direct and not too kind, but not in the Davidsky 's way which I find far more scornful and harsher.
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    Possible, but I 'm not convinced for this word....

    Possible, but I 'm not convinced for this word. Sorry.
  8. Always the same : supporters of « totalitarist...

    Always the same :
    supporters of « totalitarist » thesis : black or white.
    - Were the first BB’s the same as the northern Rhinan BB’s come in the Isles ?
    Not by force, but we can be sure that...
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    Slavic 'kobyla', sorry! But I think you knew...

    Slavic 'kobyla', sorry! But I think you knew where I made my error.
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    horse in gaulish 'epos' + 'caballos'* + I think...

    horse in gaulish 'epos' + 'caballos'* + I think 'marcos' (stalion?) - 'caballos' seems linked to 'capall'/'ceffyll' (see 'corp'/'corff' in gaelic and welsh) and slavic 'koyla' (mare) - phonetically,...
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    Relativity Let's take an example: numerical...

    Relativity
    Let's take an example:
    numerical system: Celtic (and French Celtic influenced) shows the superposition of both system (10 and 20) - technical loan rather than common origin of both...
  12. I don't agree. Uniparental markers, and even...

    I don't agree.
    Uniparental markers, and even more the males ones (Y haplogroups at first place) are of worth, these last ones because a lot of our old societies have been patriarcal and patrilocal...
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    We can supose a genuine "Illyrian" tribe existed,...

    We can supose a genuine "Illyrian" tribe existed, known by Ancients. After, by a well known process (look at "Celts" of S-E Gaul/France) the name has been extended to neighbouring tribes, whatever...
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    Concerning colloquial language, I doubt that any...

    Concerning colloquial language, I doubt that any language would have more than 10000 everyday words.

    dialectal French:
    's' éroncer' = s'écorcher dans les ronces
    's' adoeuser' = s'associer à deux...
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    concerning English verbs translated by complete...

    concerning English verbs translated by complete expressions in French, it seems that slangish French and French dialects has/have/had more verbs used without other words, directly like in English....
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    They represent a very very small genetic pool,...

    They represent a very very small genetic pool, so... with modern medecine, only soon letal diseases can disappear by selection, the others remain as an everlasting threat.
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    Poll: Surprising interpretations: sure, Celts make...

    Surprising interpretations: sure, Celts make people to dream.
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    We can suppose that the most of the future...

    We can suppose that the most of the future European mix elements were already present there at BA but the complete mixing was not achieved and even if some central regions can appear as an eden for...
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    Poor thing! You are confusing: 1- individual...

    Poor thing!
    You are confusing:
    1- individual physical aspect and its genetic basis -
    2- partly collective typology, rather artificial and not completely accurate but which could be useful...
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    Who is racist, did you say? observation is one...

    Who is racist, did you say? observation is one thing, classification an other thing. Classification was a try to understand the composition and story of population, at those times, and all the...
  21. it seems to me a pan-germanic word by origin,...

    it seems to me a pan-germanic word by origin, whose meaning was firstly centered around "enclosed place", "enclose village", "fortified place", subsequent drifted meanings and derived words being...
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    I think at the opposite that U-106 as a whole is...

    I think at the opposite that U-106 as a whole is NOT Celtic, but Germanic. We cannot, since the LN/BA, put all subclades of R1b-L23 in the same bag. R1b-U106 is stronger in North and Northwest...
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    During the first times, it's very often the same...

    During the first times, it's very often the same scenario: no mixing, except some seldom elites (not all) exchanges and females rapts. After some times, longer or shorter, progressive assimilation;...
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    Have we a regular chain of phonetic drifts common...

    Have we a regular chain of phonetic drifts common to something akin to reconstructed PIE and to reconstructed Proto-Basque, when common roots were supposed for some words?
    What tell us the lexicon...
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    More than a time archeology fails to prove or...

    More than a time archeology fails to prove or disprove certains facts. If I rely on the Brittonic sagas conserved by Welsh people, dating of the High Middle Ages, it has been endless battles during a...
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