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    there is a large variation in BellBeaker DNA...

    there is a large variation in BellBeaker DNA
    they all have steppe DNA admixed with European neolithic/chalcolithic, but all in different proportions
    if I remember well, Iberian continental Bell...
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    where would that Kura-Araxes have come from?...

    where would that Kura-Araxes have come from?
    from Myceneans and Greeks maybe?

    there is a paper about the western Medittaranean (Sardinia, Baleares, Iberia), and if I recall well it shows only...
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    steppe ancestry probably entered Europe probably...

    steppe ancestry probably entered Europe probably 5 - 4,5 ka via the Carpathian Basin
    from then on it got diluted more and more with European meso/neo/chalcolithic DNA
    IMO the Italic people had it...
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    they are outliers on the plot maybe Iberia BB...

    they are outliers on the plot
    maybe Iberia BB without the steppe ancestry, so Iberian chalcolithic ?
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    you seem to have a well organised database how...

    you seem to have a well organised database
    how did you collect and build it?
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    you're probably right there seems to be 1...

    you're probably right
    there seems to be 1 oultier though : ITA Villanovan in the direction of Bell Beaker ITA
    which is this Bell Beaker ITA?
    is it possible to incorporate the Remedello individuals?
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    who says modern Brits are Celtic?

    who says modern Brits are Celtic?
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    which other paper?

    which other paper?
  9. the Remedello Y-DNA (I2a1a1a-L672/S327) is...

    the Remedello Y-DNA (I2a1a1a-L672/S327) is associated with megalithic atlantic europe and an Iberian origin :

    Euro CoBr Chalc Euro Remedello RISE487 Italy Remedello ...
  10. is there a significant difference between...

    is there a significant difference between Etruscans and Latins or early Romans?
  11. and how much steppe do you have to add to make...

    and how much steppe do you have to add to make Rinaldone become Etruscan?
    I assume that the newcomers were not pure steppe - more bell beaker like : half EEF - half steppe
  12. do they have DNA to link to the non-steppe...

    do they have DNA to link to the non-steppe Etruscan part?
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    Avars in the Carpathian Basin

    Genetic insights into the social organisation of the Avar period elite in the 7th century AD Carpathian Basin

    After 568 AD the Avars settled in the Carpathian Basin and founded the Avar Qaganate...
  14. Basal S African contributed 86 % to KS but even...

    Basal S African contributed 86 % to KS
    but even older Basal human contributed 31 % to Bantu
  15. some of the eastern Halstatt are supposed to have...

    some of the eastern Halstatt are supposed to have entered the Balkans and merged with local population to form the Illyrians

    and then there are the Gauls who entered the Carpathian Basin ca 2,4 ka...
  16. I remember I have had 1 good meal in China...

    I remember I have had 1 good meal in China though.
    It was the evening before I left, I was on my own.
    I don't know how it was made.
    It was dried duck.
    I had to peel off the dried meat from the...
  17. I entered a restaurant in China. My wife was with...

    I entered a restaurant in China. My wife was with me that time.
    We entered the kitchen to select which alive animal we were going to eat.
    We decided that the chicken would be the safest bet.
    But...
  18. eating raw marmot kidneys .. it must be a...

    eating raw marmot kidneys ..

    it must be a delicacy
    Yummi
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    bichon and losschbour are good references as well

    bichon and losschbour are good references as well
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    indeed, most politicians don't care about the...

    indeed, most politicians don't care about the effictiveness of the measures, they care more about their image
    they see taking measures as image-building

    that being said, there are also many...
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    yes the whole Villabruna cluster, they all have...

    yes the whole Villabruna cluster, they all have similar autosomal DNA, it is WHG

    https://indo-european.eu/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/qpgraph-dzudzuana.jpg

    actualy, instaed of WHG I should have...
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    weren't there biomass power plants built that...

    weren't there biomass power plants built that afterwards proved very harmful?
    do you think it was the right decision of Germany to hastily stop nuclear power and switch to the polluting coal plants...
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    the younger dryas was a temperature drop of 2-3°...

    the younger dryas was a temperature drop of 2-3° C in 1 or 2 decades

    I don't know whether the Eemian hippos where from the same branch as those in Africa today and what climate they thrived in
    ...
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    the changes that are happening now are not...

    the changes that are happening now are not abnormal and are not faster than changes that happened before
    the younger dryas and 8,2 ka climate change happened much faster
    during the Eemian, sea...
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    It's not about the Villabruna sample, it is about...

    It's not about the Villabruna sample, it is about the Villabruna cluster, which is 80 % haplo I2.

    check the Fu 2016 paper
    https://www.nature.com/articles/nature17993
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