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  2. it looks very neanderthalish.

    it looks very neanderthalish.
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    I wonder why a Germanic speaker easily can learn...

    I wonder why a Germanic speaker easily can learn Yiddish, and a native Yiddish speaker comprehends Germanic from the beginning.
  4. this photo shows, that this dude is very...

    this photo shows, that this dude is very infantile and isn't a serious scholar. The whole 'Tamilic in Slavic' issue is pure BS. Another spectacular approach to gather $$$ for nothing.
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    thats right. Its Iranian, having nothing to do...

    thats right. Its Iranian, having nothing to do with Celts and Celtic language!
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    not a single rational argument. Only denunciation...

    not a single rational argument. Only denunciation at a personal level.
  7. Liao and especially Hongshan were also largely...

    Liao and especially Hongshan were also largely Y-DNA N.
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    you can find such kind of rascist anti-slavonic...

    you can find such kind of rascist anti-slavonic hate much earlier by Marx&Engles, the founder of the 'scientific' socialism. Sources: MEW 9, 248, MEW 8, S. 541-547.
  9. who was the caucasian tribe?

    who was the caucasian tribe?
  10. western, very dolichocephal, unrelated to the...

    western, very dolichocephal, unrelated to the turkic speaking modern peoples of the region.
  11. racist and communist curds and some intellectual...

    racist and communist curds and some intellectual morons.
  12. .......thanks!

    .......thanks!
  13. Thread: The Cimbri

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    Faux is an psychologist.

    Faux is an psychologist.
  14. thats outdated (from 2011)

    thats outdated (from 2011)
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    these scytoid tribes of a short period of the...

    these scytoid tribes of a short period of the 700-400 BC weren't proto-indoeuropeans, who dwelled the steppes millenias earlier. It even isn't quite clear if the pazyryk were IE at all. Guess the...
  16. ..........source?

    ..........source?
  17. lets take a look to the closest linguistic...

    lets take a look to the closest linguistic relatives of the Magyars:


    Northwest Siberian Khanty and Mansi in the junction of West and East Eurasian gene pools as revealed by uniparental markers
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  18. the Finno-Ugric roots obviously are West...

    the Finno-Ugric roots obviously are West Eurasian, whereas the Central and North Eurasian elements belongs to the Turkic and CA groups.

    This supports my doubts of the Asian roots of Finnugrics.
  19. 'Turkish' farmers is extremely misleading,...

    'Turkish' farmers is extremely misleading, because there were no Turks in ancient Turkey. Turks originated as well as Mongolians did in the Manchurian-Mongolian Steppe of much later days.
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    the idea that Turks (who appeared very late in...

    the idea that Turks (who appeared very late in history) invented horse riding belongs to the old racist ideologies of the 19th century.
  21. well said!

    well said!
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    Botai was a relatively short living culture which...

    Botai was a relatively short living culture which disappeared after a couple of centuries. If they invented horse domestication then their military advance was so big that they would have conquered...
  23. again very helpful. Thanx!

    again very helpful. Thanx!
  24. thank you! Very helpful!

    thank you! Very helpful!
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    extremely useful. Thanks a lot!

    extremely useful. Thanks a lot!
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