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  1. Anyone for V88? :)

    Anyone for V88? :)
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    Dairy Production in India 2500 BC

    So, as in Europe and Anatolia, is that before the arrival of steppe people? It seems so. This seems to be Indus Valley Civilization. New data has overturned so many old certainties. It wasn't, after...
  3. Well, there's absolutely no doubt: I'm between...

    Well, there's absolutely no doubt: I'm between Tuscan and North Italian. Again. :)

    That odd single Corsican sample comes up again too. I'm not so sure about some of those "updated" samples for...
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    I've been watching it too. It's the first thing...

    I've been watching it too. It's the first thing I've watched on netflix in a long time. I had been thinking of cancelling and rejoining only if something that looked interesting showed up.
    ...
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    Apropos for a site which discusses genetics: ...

    Apropos for a site which discusses genetics:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a1TqpH6PZBo
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    Yes, and in such small numbers that they were...

    Yes, and in such small numbers that they were absorbed and assimilated.

    That's the story.

    "This picture of an overwhelmingly local ancestry is consistent with the evidence of local upbringing...
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    Razib Khan has opined: They killed the...

    Razib Khan has opined:

    They killed the daughter of the Maryannu:...
  8. I still think my recipe is superior because it...

    I still think my recipe is superior because it tastes almost as good and is infinitely less time consuming, but I tried this and it's outstanding. Northern Tuscans have an excellent cuisine, and...
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    Ecology and early human evolution

    See:
    https://www.archaeology.org/news/9158-201022-kenya-sediment-core

    "According to a Science News report, a 450-foot-long sediment core from Kenya’s Koora Basin holds one million years of...
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    Second Mill. BC Levant

    See: new results
    Human mobility at Tell Atchana (Alalakh) during the 2nd millennium BC: integration of isotopic and genomic evidence
    Tara Ingman et al (Krause group)

    Well, some people can put...
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    Life on the Steppe and North Caucasus

    See:
    https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0239861

    Corinna Knipper et al (and Kurt Alt)

    "The flanks of the Caucasus Mountains and the steppe landscape to their...
  12. Eurogenes' modern calculators are "off", by his...

    Eurogenes' modern calculators are "off", by his own admission. I don't think his ancient ones are all that great either. That's what happens when you cherry pick sources to get the results you want;...
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    Problem is that Etruscans genetically obviously...

    Problem is that Etruscans genetically obviously came into Italy from Central Europe.
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    Most of this SSA seems to have entered North...

    Most of this SSA seems to have entered North Africa within the last 2-1000 years, mostly with the Arab slave trade. My hunch is that mountain dwellers like the Chaoui and Rif people, who are more...
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    The little I know of Jersey I know from some...

    The little I know of Jersey I know from some quite good fiction set there, but even from that I know the surnames are virtually all French. They had a bad time of it during the war.

    Seems a pity...
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    I just found out that neighbors of mine from my...

    I just found out that neighbors of mine from my old house who had moved to Florida partly to escape from Covid have both died of it. She was the first to get ill and was 78. He died today; he was 82....
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    [QUOTE=Angela;614176]Yes, Razib is a Brahmin,...

    [QUOTE=Angela;614176]Yes, Razib is a Brahmin, although a Bengali one, so not so unusual. I've always held that ydna has nothing to do with physical appearance.

    A lot of people are still enamored...
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    I'll answer my own question. Stats per country as...

    I'll answer my own question. Stats per country as of October 19th. I don't get what's going on in Sweden. Weren't they supposed to be the success story? I also don't know why Belgium is always way up...
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    Razib Khan has opined. I agree with most of what...

    Razib Khan has opined. I agree with most of what he says, but not all. He's always been a flag waver for lots of R1a and steppe everywhere, perhaps related to his own y.

    A total of 5-10% "European...
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    You didn't mention how they handled the disease,...

    You didn't mention how they handled the disease, their ages, and whether they had other risk factors.

    Off topic, but I spoke to a doctor yesterday who said the number 1 risk factor in old and...
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    I've thought for years that was the most likely...

    I've thought for years that was the most likely scenario. J1 coming from the north was always pretty clear. Why couldn't the coming of a new y lineage be the agent for a language change? Most...
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    Indeed. It would seem to imply the spread of...

    Indeed. It would seem to imply the spread of Semitic from north to south or do they leave that open?
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    Yet the death rate is flat, yes? Do they know...

    Yet the death rate is flat, yes?

    Do they know how to manage/treat it better, or it has mutated to be less lethal as a recent paper held, or both?

    Does anyone know the stat for Italy? I thought...
  24. Sticky: Well, unless the source samples added to the...

    Well, unless the source samples added to the updated K12b were cherry picked or otherwise altered. If you control the source, you control the outcome.

    Even Eurogenes had to admit his own modern...
  25. I think it's a pattern that we could probably...

    I think it's a pattern that we could probably find repeatedly throughout history, where war, failed crops and diseases coincide. If you have large masses of people living together and they aren't...
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