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    Sticky: I suppose. I use to see Scottish pipebands coming...

    I suppose. I use to see Scottish pipebands coming to my town every year, and I saw a relatively brutal change in body weight and volume since, I would say, fifteen to twenty years. Todate, it's less...
  2. @rachet fan the fact there is no AASI trace...

    @rachet fan
    the fact there is no AASI trace todate in Euope is not the proof of no AASI in far past at a very low level; and Y-H2 (H) ancestors could very well be come from India, and their AASI...
  3. I think we have not to project our today views on...

    I think we have not to project our today views on human phenotypical divisions upon ancient populations, it has been already said.
    Even at the genomic level, notions of 'westeurasian' or...
  4. You have a funny way to look at things. no...

    You have a funny way to look at things. no offense.
    Here you misunderstood this very answer. My point was that TODAY N-E Asians pop's are the results of these crossings. Not by the time ancestors of...
  5. besides To begin with, I'm abit disappointed...

    besides

    To begin with, I'm abit disappointed when I look at different scientific surveys aboutancient pop's. Their admixtures sketches don't give the same resultsfor the same pop's, and sometimes...
  6. connexions exist. What is to find is which...

    connexions exist. What is to find is which substratum or which superstratum from. Are some of these cultural features an IE or a pre-IE (not IE), maybe even a post-IE heritage. If some ties between...
  7. I don't see too tight correlations in designs...

    I don't see too tight correlations in designs (styles).
    Only some animals centered figures which could mark som community of believings?
    I read somewhere bull representations marked rather a...
  8. I don't see too much what to do with these...

    I don't see too much what to do with these informations: the concerned pops are since a long time in a carrefour of pops crossings and linguistic changes, with opposite directions of moves according...
  9. to complete Kingjohn, the extract of Wiki...

    to complete Kingjohn, the extract of Wiki
    Haplogroup H (Y-DNA), also known as H-L901/M2939 is a Y-chromosome haplogroup.
    The primary branch H1 (H-M69) and its subclades is one of the most...
  10. I know too today North-East-Asia has been...

    I know too today North-East-Asia has been genetically modified by SOuth-East Asiaz people going North.
  11. Hopala! I have spread fire everywhere! - I...

    Hopala!
    I have spread fire everywhere!
    - I think ANE under its form is not typically East-Asian in the modern meaning of the term (so drift an mutated recent 'east-asian' components) and I never...
  12. Yes. It seems confirmed by the very different...

    Yes. It seems confirmed by the very different geographic distribution of H2 versus H1 and H3.
  13. ANE is NOT East-Asian! I have no cristal bowl...

    ANE is NOT East-Asian!
    I have no cristal bowl nor hen guts, but I think we could say Y-R1 has been almost exclusively ANE at some stage - I wonder if Y-R passed to North through Steppes from North...
  14. I am not too knowledged on the matter. But I...

    I am not too knowledged on the matter.
    But I read Y-H2 was rather a neolithic marker of Europe, come with other Y lineages (the most: Y-G2a) from Anatolia. In Sourh Asia, it seems the subclades are...
  15. It seems confirming that the Y-H2 neolithic men...

    It seems confirming that the Y-H2 neolithic men are tightly associated with the Danubian farmers come soon from Anatolia along numerous Y-G2a2a, seen until Normandy Neolithic; Gurgy spite considered...
  16. But as one could think, these differences with...

    But as one could think, these differences with the bulk of Neolithic Europeans is that the most of these last ones came for the most from W or WC Anatolia and expanded through interland, when the...
  17. You right. More concerning the first cultural...

    You right. More concerning the first cultural aspect, but the generalisation of megalithism after the 4000 BC in N-WEurope seems kind of holdup by Mesolithic males Y-I2a (mostly in France and Great...
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    It seems megalitihism in Northern Europe went...

    It seems megalitihism in Northern Europe went along more Western WHG and western EEF (so Western MiddleLate Neolithic?)
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    Interesting, Thanks. But I suppose it covers the...

    Interesting, Thanks. But I suppose it covers the allover BB's period, so without distinction between subperiods? The BB's story is a so complicated phenomenon, what explains the striking opposition...
  20. Your remark is not stupid about languages...

    Your remark is not stupid about languages changes, and we don't know if the evolution speed is constant and has the same speed towards every direction in its evolution process. But I bet that the...
  21. The dominant impression is that females formed...

    The dominant impression is that females formed the bulk of the Caucasus input among Steppes herders. Y-R1 lineages were the rule, but here and there we see other Y-haplo's, even if rarer. So, some...
  22. Agree, Halfalp

    Agree, Halfalp
  23. Surely you are right here, concerning a lot of...

    Surely you are right here, concerning a lot of forumers. Personally I don't care people should be obsessed by a topic, what spites me is that it pushes often them to permanent biases, maybe proded (I...
  24. Sorry, I re-read old posts of this thread and...

    Sorry, I re-read old posts of this thread and repeated myself more or less. Sorry.
    Concerning the very matter of the topic, Regio X 's post gives an interesting clue, I think, favouring a late input...
  25. There is no debate concerning a Scottish and...

    There is no debate concerning a Scottish and Irish input in Icelanders genetics.
    Concerning types, NO these men as a whole are not brachycephalic nor planoccipital. Don't take the result of a...
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