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  1. I'll go with Turkish variety of R1b. Only by how...

    I'll go with Turkish variety of R1b.
    Only by how Western he felt.
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    Sardinians are as EEF as everybody else?

    I have encountered this, says Sardinia isn't that much mediterranean agriculturalist

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    From this study: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41559-020-1102-0
  3. The fact that this isn't done from the primal...

    The fact that this isn't done from the primal perspective of the "excluded ethnics" in question leads me to some hope.
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    Rh- & AB0 Ireland

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    Maybe, I am convinced that Europeans are the best...

    Maybe, I am convinced that Europeans are the best representations of the original Culturally Modern Humo Sapiens. Those who expanded all over the world about 50,000 years ago.

    Basically because we...
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    Thinking twice about this. There's the...

    Thinking twice about this.
    There's the possibility that Rh- is a trait native to Europe that survived in isolated places.

    Maybe dating back to the Megalithic/Mesolithic cultures.

    Haplogroup I...
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    Yes, but I wanted to pinpoint the Muslim/Jewish...

    Yes, but I wanted to pinpoint the Muslim/Jewish ancestry in Andalusia.
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    Take a look at this link...

    Take a look at this link
    https://www.yfull.com/tree/j-l283/
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    Bonus track

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    Ancient North Siberians

    https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/448829v1.full

    I wanted to comment on this paper, it shows something that striked me.

    Mal'ta site is already a very Eastern site for what you'd expect to...
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    Reproductive unequality in Iceland

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1180299/#!po=21.4286

    My goodness, the important part is already in the captions.

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    https://www.eupedia.com/europe/Haplogroup_T_mtDNA....

    https://www.eupedia.com/europe/Haplogroup_T_mtDNA.shtml

    It's most likely that T2b was a preponderant lineage of the IndoEuropean migrations.
  13. No Steppe samples included in the analysis???

    No Steppe samples included in the analysis???
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    The highlanders and Basques don't share that much...

    The highlanders and Basques don't share that much in common except more or less isolations since several millenia.

    So I guess as long we don't get D antigen studies on ancient samples we have to...
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    Well, 1 way would be that the places that have...

    Well, 1 way would be that the places that have the most Steppe because they were isolated from further invasions(particularly Roman), are the Basque Country and the Scottish Highlands.
  16. Brain size didn't decrease 3000 years ago

    https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fevo.2022.963568/full

    Turns out the study was DEEPLY FLAWED.
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    Y haps in Granada Caliphate area.

    This are the haplogroups of 146 individuals in modern Malaga, Granada and Almeria in Spain.
    This are the 3 provinces of the Spanish South Mediterranean coast were the last Muslim kingdom in the...
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    This results fit in a pattern that I had already...

    This results fit in a pattern that I had already noticed, and is that pure English(Anglosaxon) aren't all that common as you'd think.
    From an ethnic point of view, British is the correct way to call...
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    Older like Native to Western Europe???

    Older like Native to Western Europe???
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    In regards to this, Chimpanzees are 10 times more...

    In regards to this, Chimpanzees are 10 times more numerous than Bonobos.
    Bonobos are barely relevant, but we all know Chimps.

    The Bonobo strategy of matriarchy didn't work, has been a very common...
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    If this is true, it may be the reason why the...

    If this is true, it may be the reason why the Roman society collapsed.
    You can't have such amount of people that only is in the Empire because they were kidnapped from somewhere else.

    You need...
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    Anthropocene climate of Europe

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    Map of Neanderthal remains

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    This is a very cool and interesting map that I found. All the samples form and arc, but it has a hole in its North.

    And even though the world has been more glacial, we still have examples...
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    We know for a fact that Britanny was conquered by...

    We know for a fact that Britanny was conquered by Celts, also they were present in Iron Age France.
    But it's in the Isles where they made their familiar fiefdom.
    It's pretty much just them with...
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    Could we consider Assyrians, Semitified Aryans???...

    Could we consider Assyrians, Semitified Aryans??? Since they're R1b speaking a Semitic language.
    They also could have been reinforced by BA collapse(Troy) survivors into their Renaissance in the X...
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