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    This paper is just an attempt to whitewash...

    This paper is just an attempt to whitewash Yamnaya when it has already been demonstrated that the horsemen of the steppes were not exactly white, blond and blue-eyed. That is why this study has been...
  2. The issue of the Etruscans is one of the main...

    The issue of the Etruscans is one of the main problems regarding the IE, because if they also turn out to be P312 in addition to J2 and independently of the outliers that appear, then we could have a...
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    All Europeans have Levantine blood through the...

    All Europeans have Levantine blood through the EEFarmers, however the Phoenician colonies (at least in Spain) and the Carthaginians left hardly any genetic traits in Iberia. There was a strong Jewish...
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    Yamnaya is EHG+ CHG +EEF (15-20%)-Wang et al.-The...

    Yamnaya is EHG+ CHG +EEF (15-20%)-Wang et al.-The problem is that Yamnaya components may overlap with ancestral European components. Chalcolithic Europeans were primarily WHG+ EEF (Iberia and GAc had...
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    The three pillars of Western culture are the...

    The three pillars of Western culture are the Christian religion, Greek philosophy and Roman law. None of them have their origin in Northern Europe or the steppes, nor do they have anything to do with...
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    This phylogenetic tree is outdated. M335...

    This phylogenetic tree is outdated.

    M335 Anatolia????,
    L754 Near east???-No, Villabruna Italia
    V88 Levant, Africa????-No, Balkans
    M73 Central and South Asia-NO, Baltic countries-Kunda and...
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    These are the oldest cases of Df27 that we know...

    These are the oldest cases of Df27 that we know of. In Iberia, there was a massive founder effect with the two major branches of Df25, i.e. Z195 and ZZ12 represented since the beginning of the Bronze...
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    Poll: Yeah, beautiful, beatiful landscapes, amazing...

    Yeah, beautiful, beatiful landscapes, amazing landscapes. I prefer Bavaria, but i dont think you are german. May be Italian?
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    Poll: denigrate english women? Who said anything about...

    denigrate english women? Who said anything about women?
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    Poll: my apologies in advance, (I suppose there will be...

    my apologies in advance, (I suppose there will be nice Englishmen) you can't generalize but, I don't like the English and I don't like their country. we have had 11 wars with them, they are our best...
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    Poll: Really? Are you high ? Are you high? Were...

    Really? Are you high ?


    Are you high? Were are you from
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    Poll: England most beutiful country? Ha ya ha ha ha ha...

    England most beutiful country? Ha ya ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
  13. The Ukrainian and Russian steppes are one of the...

    The Ukrainian and Russian steppes are one of the most genetically analyzed regions in the world, there are dozens of samples to be published but the leaks still do not speak of M269>L51 neither in...
  14. L51 suddenly pop up in Swiss dolmens typical of...

    L51 suddenly pop up in Swiss dolmens typical of megalithic culture (Aesch, Auvernier, Burgaschisee-2.750 BC)- aprox 150 years later it appears in the BBC (Kromsdorff) and 300 years later in the CWC...
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    I know cases of R1b-Z2103 in vucedol and later in...

    I know cases of R1b-Z2103 in vucedol and later in BBs deposits (Hungary and Poland) Mokrin (Serbia) and Italy (Iron Age), but evidently that lineage never arrived to central Europe nor to the West...
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    How can you not have doubts? do you know of any...

    How can you not have doubts? do you know of any case of r1b in the steppes that the rest of us don't know about?


    Lone wolves? R1b-P297 in the Baltic countries has a genetic continuity of more...
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    Yeah, it is perfectly possible, and any...

    Yeah, it is perfectly possible, and any possibility cannot be ruled out, even an origin of the IE language in Southern Caucasus. Why not?
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    We need more samples of both EHGs and WHGs in...

    We need more samples of both EHGs and WHGs in order to know their autosomal composition and origin. Many Hgs in Europe are a mixture of both components and we usually consider them eastern or western...
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    The truth is that nobody knows yet the origin of...

    The truth is that nobody knows yet the origin of CHG-Iran neolithic in the steppes, nobody can explain why Yamnaya is Z2013, the CWC is R1a-M417 and the BBC is r1b-P312, nobody can explain why the...
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    steppe theory and western europe

    A new genetic dogma has become the official religion of many people who try to conceal their racial and social prejudices by supporting the new Steppe theory as interpreted by prestigious American...
  21. R1b-Df27 did not participate in any migration...

    R1b-Df27 did not participate in any migration from the steppes because it originates from the French-Cantabrian region.
  22. Beaker_Hungary_no_steppe:I2741-Szigetzentmiklós...

    Beaker_Hungary_no_steppe:I2741-Szigetzentmiklós Felső Ürge (2.306 BC)-Grave 49-HapY-I2a1a/1-Mit-H1-Male individual lying of his left side, in contracted position-The rectangular shaped grave pit,...
  23. Razib Khan has no idea what he is talking about,...

    Razib Khan has no idea what he is talking about, and his knowledge of Chalcolithic in Europe is very scarce. D Anthony is an archaeologist and his idea that neither L51>P312 nor R1a-M417 has been...
  24. Related? yeah, but I'm afraid you didn't read the...

    Related? yeah, but I'm afraid you didn't read the link you sent because Balanovsky expressly says this;

    The resulting phylogenetic tree (Fig. 4a) demonstrates that haplogroup R-L23 splits into...
  25. No Iberian BBs arrived in Sardinia at the time of...

    No Iberian BBs arrived in Sardinia at the time of the Monteclaro culture. You can read these papers if you are interested

    The Proboscidian ivory adorments from the hypogeum of Padru Jossu...
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