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  1. Half of mesolithic DNA across Balkans and Poland was R1.

    See my new discussion paper at https://rmit.academia.edu/JoeFlood/Drafts.

    Looks as if the R1 kept separate settlements, though there was leakage; fair chance they spoke pre-proto Indo-European,...
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    Unfortunately the pdf link does not work. Do you...

    Unfortunately the pdf link does not work. Do you have any suggestions to access it?
  3. That can happen easily to lines if they go to...

    That can happen easily to lines if they go to some place where the population grows rapidly while it stagnates at home, many Cornish lines only exist abroad for that reason. It's harder for a whole...
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    <given that the successive clades seem to flow westward>
    No they don't, unless you mean around the Mediterranean



    <and given that Yamnaya seems to have provided much of Corded Ware's...
  5. Look Athiudisk, seriously you are not on a winner...

    Look Athiudisk, seriously you are not on a winner here. First are we sure that single L23* was tested fully? As far as I know it was poor DNA so they couldn't get the subclade. It's an awful lot to...
  6. Yes you are right Athiudisk about a number of...

    Yes you are right Athiudisk about a number of things now I have researched
    them more fully.

    But still wrong about the Yamnaya, the DNA evidence is all against it.
    Frankly, it takes a lot of...
  7. A LOOK AT THE KURGAN HYPOTHESIS I have been...

    A LOOK AT THE KURGAN HYPOTHESIS

    I have been taking a look at this “Kurgan hypothesis” (KH). The original Aryan hypothesis, the one I know from “The Rise of the West”, had barbarians charging out...
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    <I am very unclear as to what process you envision that leads to the situation of older clades being Indo-European in eastern Europe/central Asia?

    This is the first error you make. What do you...
  9. Megalithic explosion of R1b - local or foreign?

    <POST 7> WESTERN R1b FROM 2700 BC – COASTAl INVADERS OR ENTHUSIASTIC LOCALS?

    I have raised the question of whether the megalith builders on the Atlantic seaboard after 3000 BC were an invading...
  10. THE EXPANSION ODF R1b AND THE TIN TRADE...

    <POST 6> THE EXPANSION ODF R1b AND THE TIN TRADE

    Thankyou Athiudisk for your patience while I explained where I am coming from. I do not “hold to” particular theories, I consider the theory that...
  11. Bronze age R1b refuted? Not yet but close

    I have been giving reasons, mostly related to Haplotype distribution, why a bronze age R1b in Europe is a long shot. I'd like to move on to the possibility of a direct disproof. Digging up remains is...
  12. AFTERTHOUGHTS. HOTSPOTS On the question of why...

    AFTERTHOUGHTS. HOTSPOTS

    On the question of why all these concentrated isolated haplotype hotspots appear on the Eupedia maps - I am guessing because I don't know how the maps were drawn, but I may...
  13. SUMMARY I have taken a look again at...

    <POST 5> SUMMARY
    I have taken a look again at Hammer’s 2013 FTDNA Conference presentation, which seems to have been the main impetus for the idea that R1b somehow replaced all the earlier population...
  14. Post #4 THEORY – THE DRYAS PUMP You have asked...

    Post #4 THEORY – THE DRYAS PUMP

    You have asked for a theory so here is one.This is just a theory like any other, we are working off so little data that almost anything plausible can be made to...
  15. Unfortunately, there is not much genetic evidence...

    Unfortunately, there is not much genetic evidence of Norse settlement
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/science/11483608/The-secret-history-of-Britain-is-written-in-our-genes.html

    The Germanic...
  16. Third post REDUCING GENETIC DIVERSITY We want...

    Third post REDUCING GENETIC DIVERSITY

    We want to know why some populations have low genetic diversity – such as occurs in Western Europe, in Atlantic Africa or in Siberian tribes. Please note...
  17. Second post. “SUCCESSFUL SONS” While if the...

    Second post. “SUCCESSFUL SONS”
    While if the invasion hypothesis seems completely unbelievable – we have a new gradualist replacement theory stressing some sort of “natural process” in which a...
  18. Sorry I’ve been tied up for awhile with issues...

    Sorry I’ve been tied up for awhile with issues arising out of the new R1b backbone test. Some of the issues we are discussing are complex, and I might deal with them one at a time before coming to...
  19. The second question of interest is the age of...

    The second question of interest is the age of R1b. It is claimed that this has been 'pushed forward' but I find it very unlikely that we have any kind of reliable result. The trouble is that the...
  20. Probable origin K and successor hts such as R in SE Asia.

    I have thought for a long time that SE Asia has been undervalued as a probable source of Eurasian haplotypes. While much of Eurasia was covered in ice sheets, a huge fertile peninsula Sunda was...
  21. I am sorry Athiudisc but your responses are full...

    I am sorry Athiudisc but your responses are full of unproven and incorrect statements and misunderstandings. I will go through them one by one shortly.

    Here i refer to your core statement " so...
  22. The 'later R1a' might have some merit if you...

    The 'later R1a' might have some merit if you presumed the east-west migration and replacement theory were true, but of course there is little evidence for it. But what you then have to ask is - what...
  23. Are you attempting to argue that Christianity...

    Are you attempting to argue that Christianity spread to most of the world, or for that matter anywhere outside the Near East, through Jewish populations?

    The point is that you don't need a...
  24. Athiudisc, thanks for discussing this. I've...

    Athiudisc, thanks for discussing this.

    I've managed to get hold of the Haak et al full paper 2014-5, and I must say it does provide some support for what had previously been considered a crank...
  25. [QUOTE=Athiudisc;460132]I was thinking the same...

    [QUOTE=Athiudisc;460132]I was thinking the same thing. Yamnaya -> Corded Ware -> western Europe, at least for U106.

    I see nothing in Haak to support your assertion. I do find on searching, "The...
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