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  1. The rise and fall of ear infections over 15,000 years

    See:


    https://www.archaeology.org/news/8710-200521-farming-ear-infections

    "TEL AVIV, ISRAEL—Haaretz reports that a study of human remains buried in the Levant between 15,000 and 100 years ago...
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    Two things are not allowed here: T-rolling...

    Two things are not allowed here:

    T-rolling other groups ethnic or otherwise because of an agenda

    Posting false information either deliberately, or because of gross negligence and incompetence...
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    ^^You keep posting information which is patently...

    ^^You keep posting information which is patently false and also incendiary and provocative against other groups and you're out of here.

    Take it to heart because this is your last warning.
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    Try reading what you post and comprehending it....

    Try reading what you post and comprehending it. That way I don't have to keep wasting time over and over again correcting the mistakes.

    They're talking about the first urban centers NORTH OF THE...
  5. I doubt "huge" is the proper adjective given that...

    I doubt "huge" is the proper adjective given that Iberians today in some analyses have only 25% steppe.
  6. That's how I see it as well. I've been saying for...

    That's how I see it as well. I've been saying for a long time that there was a reservoir of hunter-gatherer ancestry in the North East which was incorporated into the IE when they arrived. Depending...
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    Ihype, my point was precisely that all the...

    Ihype, my point was precisely that all the archaeology showed that any kind of migration or invasion or whatever in the first millennium BC from the Near East to Tuscany was highly unlikely. The...
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    I'm in complete agreement.

    I'm in complete agreement.
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    Yours makes it look like "Central" Italy begins...

    Yours makes it look like "Central" Italy begins in southern Toscana and goes to the border of Campania? That might be pretty accurate.

    It was Novembre et al, in first talking about genetic...
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    It's good to be reminded that there are other...

    It's good to be reminded that there are other tools besides Admixture and the newer statistical measures, but fst is a more "blunt" tool imo.

    It does, of course, show overall genetic similarity....
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    I was about to delete this for utter stupidity,...

    I was about to delete this for utter stupidity, but have decided to leave it as an object lesson.

    OF COURSE HE"S NOT EITHER.

    Didn't you just say no one in Europe is completely descended from...
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    We know you hate religion. Do you have to drag it...

    We know you hate religion. Do you have to drag it into every freaking discussion on this thread????

    Who the hell says it's worse than eating in a restaurant? You? There's a cluster in both places....
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    It's indeed useful; I appreciate you doing it. :)...

    It's indeed useful; I appreciate you doing it. :)

    It's just, as I said, there's a mountain of information there and I thought maybe you wanted to focus our attention on particular aspects to...
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    A Spanish/Swiss woman by descent who became one...

    A Spanish/Swiss woman by descent who became one of the best, imo, interpreters of Tuscan folk songs. I've been listening to her this morning. Nostalgia is hitting me hard.

    A ninna-nanna, or...
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    The first cities on earth

    This is a great documentary, imo. Give it a try. :)


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1BrhZBMOS8U
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    Is there any particular point you're trying to...

    Is there any particular point you're trying to illustrate, Duarte? There's a mountain of information presented there. :)
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    Two new clusters in Germany: a church and a...

    Two new clusters in Germany: a church and a restaurant.

    Does anyone know more about the church outbreak? Were they wearing masks? If they were that's a very bad sign that they're not completely...
  18. Prediction of mortality in COVID 19 patients ten...

    Prediction of mortality in COVID 19 patients ten days in advance.
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  19. Carlos, please change your map to reflect reality.

    Carlos, please change your map to reflect reality.
  20. A couple of things should make us leery of...

    A couple of things should make us leery of putting too much stock in any analysis based on MCIR:

    1.The most recent analysis of the effect of MCIR on pigmentation (Mathiesen et al) is that it is a...
  21. I'm not surprised by the R1a; this is east...

    I'm not surprised by the R1a; this is east Germany, after all. I am surprised there's not more R1b-U106, and especially I1.

    Of course, it's a small sample of a small sample, and as always with...
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    I don't know where you got this impression, but...

    I don't know where you got this impression, but it is completely incorrect, as numerous lines of investigation show.

    First of all, any analysis of samples from Lombardia or the Veneto, and...
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    So I said in one of the first posts on this...

    So I said in one of the first posts on this thread.

    This group is doing an autosomal analysis of modern Italians using other modern populations to model them. That is an essentially flawed...
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    The Reich Lab and Planck are the two premier...

    The Reich Lab and Planck are the two premier population genetics research teams in the world. There is no comparison.

    As for WHG, EEF, EHG, steppe who in hell is saying those components are...
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    Le Undici Di Sera-from Fontanarossa, Genova, one...

    Le Undici Di Sera-from Fontanarossa, Genova, one of the "Quattro Province".


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6A9I_uFM6_w
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