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    To the one who found my post unhelpful, you can...

    To the one who found my post unhelpful, you can elaborate about what you found unhelpful and we can deliberate and have a conversation about it that we may both find helpful in the end.
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    I think we can all agree that this era in the...

    I think we can all agree that this era in the Caucasus/South Steppe was not one of great migrations of people, but rather of great ideas. Novel technologies such as wagons and knowledge of...
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    Considering Sabine Reinhold et al, the results we...

    Considering Sabine Reinhold et al, the results we have are actually not surprising.

    Have a read, I think it will do a lot to clear confusion and focus things:

    "At the community level,...
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    Finally! It seems like they sampled many of the...

    Finally! It seems like they sampled many of the same specimens they discussed recently in "Contextualizing Innovation: Cattle Owners and Wagon Drivers in the North Caucasus and Beyond" too, very...
  5. Hey mtdna H1e, first in Neolithic Germany and...

    Hey mtdna H1e, first in Neolithic Germany and Wielbark, now in migration age Pannonia as well.
  6. @Angela I realize you can see when someone gives...

    @Angela I realize you can see when someone gives a negative or positive figure, it was the belittling comment about the culture in support of someone who was contributing nothing productive and...
  7. Thinks make me think we should wait for the...

    Thinks make me think we should wait for the Maykop study, unless there is something else revelation to say?
  8. So you think it spread with CHG/EEF mix into...

    So you think it spread with CHG/EEF mix into Europe, right? Others my find you a nuisance, but I appreciate your contribution, tell me though what about Etruscan, Lemnian and Basque? How would they...
  9. What happened to Shulaveri-Shomu, did one paper...

    What happened to Shulaveri-Shomu, did one paper change your mind so quickly?

    You should elaborate though, do you believe an Anatolian derived IE spread with EEF or later with the CHG intrusion...
  10. I noticed this too, one paper mentions Namazga as...

    I noticed this too, one paper mentions Namazga as an early source of "west Eurasian" ancestry, but it seems like the other paper makes it clear they actually introduced EHG ancestry with them....
  11. Read it again and you'll see they're actually...

    Read it again and you'll see they're actually very cautious about this. Did you see the EHG in Namazga Chalcolithic? Before they jumped to conclusions they noted the apparent absence of CHG and...
  12. "The EHG ancestry detected in individuals...

    "The EHG ancestry detected in individuals associated with Yamnaya (3000-2400 BCE) and the Maykop Culture (3700-3000 BCE) (in prep.) is absent from our Anatolian specimens"

    Wow finally dna from...
  13. Not autochthonous, but most likely from the...

    Not autochthonous, but most likely from the Caucasus. If they were authochthonous then they wouldn't have been subjugating the Hattic people there before them and using all their place names for...
  14. So there may have been Steppe Ancestry (but...

    So there may have been Steppe Ancestry (but possibly it is just EHG because of an absence of CHG) as early as the late 4th millennium in Namazga Tepe but it does not appear in the rest of BMAC until...
  15. Does anyone know anything about the context of...

    Does anyone know anything about the context of the Hittites that will be tested?

    As far as I know Hittite was an elite language that made it rather transient, with the general population...
  16. I wonder if R-L1 is an exception to this...

    I wonder if R-L1 is an exception to this considering its frequency within Finland, it's also curious that it is the only subclade of Z156 let alone DF96 represented in the nation from what I can find.
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    Of the two samples from Lepenski Vir one...

    Of the two samples from Lepenski Vir one actually had both R1b1a (the same y-dna as many found among the Iron Gates Hunter Gatherers) and partial hunter gatherer ancestry. The other sample was...
  18. Wow, that's crazy. My condolences

    Wow, that's crazy. My condolences
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    Don't worry I'm not going to go down the path of...

    Don't worry I'm not going to go down the path of turning a thread on the celebration of finally getting dna from ancient South Asia (even if it's just one sample, it's a start) into a discussion...
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    I am going to make a very half ass theory here...

    I am going to make a very half ass theory here which there is no way to prove for now, but could these people from Tollense have received their excess WHG ancestry from Doggerland? Once this area...
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    I agree, if you want a laugh look at the comments...

    I agree, if you want a laugh look at the comments of EastPole on eurogenes who claims that the philosophy of India and Greece (he mentions specifically Pythagoras) actually derive from ancient...
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    Well Razib is right about one thing, Rakhigarhi...

    Well Razib is right about one thing, Rakhigarhi is one of hundreds upon hundreds of IVC settlements and on the very eastern frontier of the IVC cultures. In the west Mohenjo Daro and Harrapa along...
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    Reminds me of the large amount of WHG ancestry in...

    Reminds me of the large amount of WHG ancestry in the Germanic like people from the Tollense battle
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    ASI is a mixture of AASI and Indus_Periphery, and...

    ASI is a mixture of AASI and Indus_Periphery, and Indus_Periphery itself is a mix of AASI and Iran_Neo. I guess what they're hypothesizing is the core of IVC being mostly AASI, with Iran_Neo admixed...
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    For anyone who would like to get back on topic,...

    For anyone who would like to get back on topic, some more tweets from Mr. Alexander Kim

    The estimated arrival of Iranian and Steppe ancestry to India is given as well as the estimated arrival of...
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