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  1. I am a bit confused. They say they are only doing...

    I am a bit confused. They say they are only doing mtDNA but then have a section dedicated to Fst distances? Are they talking only about the Fst distances of the Mitochondrial DNA? They don't seem to...
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    I'm not pro putin or anything, but is calling for...

    I'm not pro putin or anything, but is calling for the deaths of political figures really proper for this forum?
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    Well, this isn't confirmed but many scholars do...

    Well, this isn't confirmed but many scholars do believe Italic and Celtic have a substrate from a very early IE language, resembling Hittite or Tocharian. This would line up with Hittite coming from...
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    STJ is not a "Neo-Nazi" In fact, his views are...

    STJ is not a "Neo-Nazi" In fact, his views are probably rather tame compared to what 90% of the men who fought the Nazis believed. Not everyone you disagree with is literally hitler
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    Because the introduction of IE haplogroups in the...

    Because the introduction of IE haplogroups in the Basques POSTDATED their linguistic genesis. It isn't like the Indo-European R1b-rich men were just chilling and then the basque women came in and...
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    Yep, same thing happened with R1b in West Africa....

    Yep, same thing happened with R1b in West Africa. This explanation is only reasonable if we find IE haplogroups in this region before it appears in EHG
  7. I don’t deduce anything from it, you just asked...

    I don’t deduce anything from it, you just asked for examples of blondism in Greek art. Doesn’t mean Greeks were genetically Nordic. Doesn’t mean neolithic euros were blond blue eyed people. But on a...
  8. Corded Ware Culture: Yamnaya or Sredny Stog derived?

    I’m not really an expert on Y-Haplogroups, but I’ve seen some people over the years argue that early Corded Ware Culture are either wholly descended from Sredny Stog, or Sredny Stog + Yamnaya +...
  9. I can’t post images yet but the Hunters fresco...

    I can’t post images yet but the Hunters fresco from Pella, Agios Athanasios Fresco, and the Huqoq Mosaics (albeit Jewish, but depicting Greeks and Hellenistic in style) all depict some rather Blond...
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    Can we get a higher def image?

    Can we get a higher def image?
  11. Where is the leaked PCA from? And what do they...

    Where is the leaked PCA from? And what do they mean by Macedonia? Greek Macedonia, or just any people living in territory of modern Republic of North Macedonia?
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    I thought the whole crux of this “Out of Armenia”...

    I thought the whole crux of this “Out of Armenia” argument was that steppe people DIDN’T keep a 50/50 split, and that CHG/Iran ancestry increased on the steppe during the eneolithic for the same...
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    Corded Ware != PIE, but Corded Ware was mostly...

    Corded Ware != PIE, but Corded Ware was mostly ground zero for the Indo-European expansion.

    CWC > Srubnaya > Sintashta-Andronovo > Indic & Iranic
    CWC > BBC > Italic & Celtic, probably more
    CWC...
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    I don’t think Saami are not indigenous because...

    I don’t think Saami are not indigenous because they come from somewhere else, but they are less indigenous than Scandinavians because the genetic formation of Scandinavians and their settlement into...
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    What mistakes exactly are you guys talking about?...

    What mistakes exactly are you guys talking about? It’s a whole forum, people don’t all have the same opinion and when that opinion is wrong I don’t think they’d scrub the website or anything. Unless...
  16. Yes, many Old Stock Americans can trace their...

    Yes, many Old Stock Americans can trace their ancestry back to the 1600s actually. But I don’t think many people were in the Wild West until the 1850s
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    It says the domain has been taken… By some new...

    It says the domain has been taken… By some new DNA analysis service. Real strange stuff… I hope it’s not gone forever.

    For some reason it seems like anthrogenica and Eupedia users hate each other...
  18. Hitler’s closest ally was Southern European, so I...

    Hitler’s closest ally was Southern European, so I don’t think he’d be too concerned
  19. Homer described many, if not most of the Achaeans...

    Homer described many, if not most of the Achaeans as light-haired. I’m not surprised
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    A lot of people care taking what he said to mean...

    A lot of people care taking what he said to mean “Every Mycenaean had the current profile” even though in the article says there was significant variation. This clearly means some people with no...
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    Reich and his colleagues are the ones with...

    Reich and his colleagues are the ones with “emotional investment” or more accurately, political investment in the destruction of the steppe hypothesis. As were those ages ago who propped up the...
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