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  1. How are you Real Expert. Sorry about that, If I...

    How are you Real Expert. Sorry about that, If I posted it after you had started a thread on it, my apologies. I looked and did not see one so I may have just missed it.

    Anyway, interesting paper....
  2. Jovialis: While this is not the paper in the...

    Jovialis:

    While this is not the paper in the biorxiv pre-print, it is I think somewhat related:

    Almarri et al 2021 "The genomic history of the Middle East". One of the key highlights from the...
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    Sticky: Salento: Great job. Distance to:...

    Salento: Great job.



    Distance to:
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    3.44062494
    sz40_dod_globe13
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    Angela/Duarte: In some music thread earlier this...

    Angela/Duarte: In some music thread earlier this year, Home Free was a topic of discussion (one of the few modern bands out there that I personally like). Anyway, they just released their version of...
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    Yes, I finished HS in the early 1980's, lots of...

    Yes, I finished HS in the early 1980's, lots of good bands then that I liked, some sort of where alternative rock type bands from the late 1970's that got more popular in the early 1980's, B-52's,...
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    Salento: Ok, thanks for the additional...

    Salento: Ok, thanks for the additional information. You post is consistent with mine, Greeks from Sparta were present in Apulia well before the Romans began to attempt to bring it under their control...
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    I always thought there were Greek settlements in...

    I always thought there were Greek settlements in Puglia dating back to 8th century BC, maybe not the entire part of what is Modern Puglia until later, but at least the Southern half of what is today...
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    Greeks were only in Sicily and Calabria?, What...

    Greeks were only in Sicily and Calabria?, What about Campania, Basilicata and Puglia as well?
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    Angela: I view lots of music from the 1970's on...

    Angela: I view lots of music from the 1970's on youtube and I notice in comments that many people in their 20's and 30's, instinctively and immediately realize the the depth of the lyrics, the...
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    Jovialis: I was wondering where R437 plotted...

    Jovialis: I was wondering where R437 plotted relative to the new Ancient samples from Puglia and I see in post #35 you did that. So looking at that PCA, these samples seem to plot as others have...
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    Ok, thanks for that information. Looking at the...

    Ok, thanks for that information. Looking at the geographic sites, they are all from Ordono, Salapia and San Giovanni Rotondo closer to Campania border rather than Salento part of Apulia on Southern...
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    Nice Find Torzio. Very interesting paper. ...

    Nice Find Torzio. Very interesting paper.

    Salento might find some relatives among the sample.
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    Duarte: You are exposing your son to great music....

    Duarte: You are exposing your son to great music. My view, and that is all it is, nothing matches the 1970's in terms of quality of bands in all genre of music.
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    Duarte: Good one, I was wondering if there were...

    Duarte: Good one, I was wondering if there were any ZZ Top fans here. Saw them live in the 1980's. Lots of band members that I grew up with in the 1970's are passing on or already have.

    For anyone...
  15. Your welcome, best regards.

    Your welcome, best regards.
  16. https://www.geneticlifehacks.com/actn3-your-muscle...

    https://www.geneticlifehacks.com/actn3-your-muscle-type-gene/

    I think the Actn3 gene is one that has been identified with Speed/Fast twitch muscles (2 copies), some speed and strength and some...
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    You know the history of the early Church in pagan...

    You know the history of the early Church in pagan Rome and other major cities in the empire quite well. I am quite impressed and I am not impressed easily.
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    Torzio: in Post #10 you asked BigSnake about...

    Torzio: in Post #10 you asked BigSnake about Woman in charge of Religions. How did you turn this into a discussion into the Constitution of Australia and why the Bold text. My post clearly in full...
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    Torzio: Not to overstate my educational...

    Torzio: Not to overstate my educational background in theological training, but I did take 3 years of Theology as a layperson Catholic and am pretty well versed in Theology and Ecclesiology. Going...
  20. Jovialis: Thanks for the coordinates, things have...

    Jovialis: Thanks for the coordinates, things have been kind of slow lately with publications in the field. Anyway, I thought I would run my distances for these samples. Nothing close at all with...
  21. Jovialis: My distances using coordinates from...

    Jovialis: My distances using coordinates from your post #589 (thanks for the work).



    Distance to:
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    18.26657603
    Greece_Peloponnese_Neolithic:I3920
  22. Good question, for me, and this is perhaps due to...

    Good question, for me, and this is perhaps due to my old school Dominican Nuns teaching, every time I see Palasgian, I think of Pelagius(Pelagianism)!! a dualistic philosophy that was rampant in...
  23. My distances from coordinates provided by...

    My distances from coordinates provided by Jovialis (post 49, used a gradiant of 100):



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    11.44593378
    MOK17A
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    Jovialis: Nice work (as usual!). My results using...

    Jovialis: Nice work (as usual!). My results using data from post #22



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  25. Pax: Ok, well I would think some of these...

    Pax: Ok, well I would think some of these Researchers would have had access to some DNA even back then, but yes it wasn't the SNP type testing we have today. FBI labs in the USA by the 1980's had DNA...
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