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  1. Proper spacing, indentation and paragraphs

    The text editor doesn't consistently allow proper spacing, indentation and paragraphs. Sometimes, I just go ahead and copy/paste onto a notepad before putting it back into the text editor for...
  2. Interesting. My mtDNA was found in a Viking grave...

    Interesting. My mtDNA was found in a Viking grave in Oxfordshire and Dalarna in Svealand, although my Y-DNA was from Götaland.We have the same percentage of Celtic ancestry, although the rest be...
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    I was originally given 1.2% Pashtun, but took...

    I was originally given 1.2% Pashtun, but took this to indicate ancient Aryan ancestry from the Steppe, as since R1a Y-DNA is typically East European and K mtDNA goes all the way to China. My...
  4. Lake Baikal was the P Y-DNA focal point of...

    Lake Baikal was the P Y-DNA focal point of Pacific Q Amerindians and Atlantic R Indogermanics. Their only real difference is Asian and European mtDNA.
  5. L448 is hardly the only Z284 subclade in the...

    L448 is hardly the only Z284 subclade in the Isles or elsewhere.

    Between available options in the R-S4458 subclade from R-Z284, my R-BY30613 subclade from R-S6285 is more likely closer to...
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    QR & IJ, the bedrock of West Eurasia

    Reference for haplogroup clusters by country and region:

    https://www.eupedia.com/europe/european_y-dna_haplogroups.shtml

    Adding Eupedia percentage stats results in two largely distinct blocs:
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    Balto-Slavic Z284 & L664

    Is it possible that Z284 is a Balt-Scandinavian hybrid and that L664 is a Slav-German hybrid? In my theory, Kurlanders were Z284 and Wends were L664, that they represented points of contact for...
  8. I've noticed that female athletes tend to have...

    I've noticed that female athletes tend to have hormone problems and are more prone to menstrual infections. Perhaps they should tone it down a tad and choose less strenuous activities. This G I Jane...
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    That's exactly what I was doing up all night...

    That's exactly what I was doing up all night until 0300 this morning. I searched for positions downstream of Z282 for myself and those of Z284 for my son, but neither showed any, just a lot of...
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    I beg to differ. LDNA is more in-depth than ADNA,...

    I beg to differ. LDNA is more in-depth than ADNA, having taken both. While LDNA does lump all my British Isles-compatible heritage from North Sea neighbours into the Isles, which is my majority...
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    Living DNA is odd and so is Ancestry DNA. LDNA...

    Living DNA is odd and so is Ancestry DNA. LDNA puts me at Z282 and my younger son at Z284, while ADNA puts my older son at Z283, but Gedmatch predictably shows our genetic affinity. If LDNA is...
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    It seems like people are splitting hairs and...

    It seems like people are splitting hairs and getting into minutia, not seeing the forest for the trees. Just think, about the Western Roman Empire and it fusing various provincials to the point of...
  13. https://www.geni.com/path/Philippa-of-Hainault-Que...

    https://www.geni.com/path/Philippa-of-Hainault-Queen-consort-of-England+is+related+to+Erzs%C3%A9bet-of-the-Kumans-Queen-consort-of-Hungary?from=6000000006275953110&path_type=blood&to=60000000023043590...
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    My wife and I are both O+. The best map I've seen...

    My wife and I are both O+. The best map I've seen of ABO global patterns, shows Atlantic Europe as highly O type, so I question the perception of it being indigenous to pre-Mestizo populations of the...
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    I'm supportive of Tibet, Hong Kong, Macau and...

    I'm supportive of Tibet, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan, but it's not my place to say. Tibet prefers Indian culture, whilst Hong Kong and Macau would rather be Singapore. Only Taiwan isn't actually...
  16. In my locality, urban renewal consists of...

    In my locality, urban renewal consists of restoration of business district building facades, but the back ends and roads are never improved. Shamefully, many of the oldest and grandest homes inside...
  17. I went to secondary school and worked with two...

    I went to secondary school and worked with two Albanian immigrants, one of whom was named Illyri. Greece's imperial relationships with Persia and Rome often overshadow the most obvious indigenous...
  18. Since I found out that I'm R1a, it's brought a...

    Since I found out that I'm R1a, it's brought a smile to my face, having been raised with Danelaw Englishness as our ancestry and being most fond of the East Germanic tribes, especially Theodoric's...
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    I did click on Wa-pedia, but didn't bother...

    I did click on Wa-pedia, but didn't bother reading it. I didn't register for Wapanese interests, since I'm an Indo-Europeanist and thought that is the purpose of the research. I'd like to see people...
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    Japan & China forums

    Why Mongoloid forums, but not Indo-Iranian ones? This is EUpedia, right? Shouldn't Indo-European issues, not Eurasian issues, be the focus? Are the site owners or management Otaku Oriental fetishists...
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