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  1. Context. We were discussing branch Q-L804 only. ...

    Context. We were discussing branch Q-L804 only.

    There is no aDNA for this branch on Yfull.

    Yes, I am saying there may have possibly been population movement from Greenland to Europe -- the...
  2. No Q-L804 aDNA in the Yfull tree. All samples...

    No Q-L804 aDNA in the Yfull tree. All samples from living people.
  3. It's much more likely this branch came to Europe...

    It's much more likely this branch came to Europe from Greenland and not Siberia. So far all samples in YFull are from Iceland, Scandinavia and the British Isles. No sample from Eastern Europe.
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    Do the Negritos, Papuans, Aus Aborigines have any...

    Do the Negritos, Papuans, Aus Aborigines have any Neanderthal ancestry at all? They seem very different from other Eurasians. Would make more sense if they come from an earlier wave out of Africa...
  5. There are White and Black E as well. Brown B...

    There are White and Black E as well.

    Brown B in Iran.

    Black R in Africa and India (Black in the South, Brown in the North).


    So this sort of classification of haplogroups with skin color is...
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    I (South Asian) have 190 Neanderthal variants...

    I (South Asian) have 190 Neanderthal variants which is less than 92% 23andme customers. I thought an average Italian would have much more than that.
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    Which group carried the most neanderthal genes -...

    Which group carried the most neanderthal genes - WHG? EHG? ANE? Whichever it is, I suppose the European population with the highest proportion of it would have the most Neanderthal ancestry.
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    I see what you're saying. Basically the time to...

    I see what you're saying. Basically the time to the split and the time to the formation of a particular subclade may not necessarily be the same. Having said that, there's an assumption that a...
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    While M420 and M343 may be used to refer to R1a...

    While M420 and M343 may be used to refer to R1a and R1b, each of these clade is defined by multiple SNPs.

    At the time of the split, all that needed to happen is that a son of an R1 father has a...
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    They split from R1 at the same time, but their...

    They split from R1 at the same time, but their TMRCA (time to most recent common ancestor) is different.
  11. Thread: mtDNA M

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    Very rare. Mostly found among people with Romani...

    Very rare. Mostly found among people with Romani origin.
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    No, that was just lazy/sensationalist journalism....

    No, that was just lazy/sensationalist journalism.

    Ramses III was found to be E-V22. This is a purely Middle Eastern, non-Black subclade. Check yfull.com/tree/E-V22/ .
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