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  1. we have seemingly big enough samples when taking...

    we have seemingly big enough samples when taking diverses great regions together but I hold to say at a more local level we have not so big samples.
    and the more SNPs and genes you have...
  2. Have we sufficient samples of sufficient size...

    Have we sufficient samples of sufficient size with sufficient alleles to discuss so seriously of pigmentation of anient pop's? I think: no, todate.
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    A lot of unprecisions on both sides! Typically a...

    A lot of unprecisions on both sides! Typically a no-end discussion by people with apparently emotional feelings concerning pigmentation (and sentimental assimilation of ancient pop's to modern...
  4. I'm rather optimist in front of recent punctual...

    I'm rather optimist in front of recent punctual events spite I 'm not so concerning Humanity's ability to manage his future on the long term.
    Concerning future, I prefer prudence and acts to anxiety.
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    Your argument is valuable in some way, but...

    Your argument is valuable in some way, but doesn't distroy the Tomenable's one. And from where were the Netherlands LBA samples?
  6. Please, keep "leftists" as well as "rightists"...

    Please, keep "leftists" as well as "rightists" out of the present questions; there are politically oriented people in every camp. I'm leftist on the economical field what doesn't influence me for...
  7. distances are distances, they don't say eveything...

    distances are distances, they don't say eveything about admixture, about what makes themselves!
    You could be at the same distance as another pop but in the opposite side relative to the reference...
  8. Thread: The Picts

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    Some scholars has proposed to explain the Picts...

    Some scholars has proposed to explain the Picts as not-romanized (and christianised) Brittons, having kept more ancient and "wild"like customs.
    Some suppose their way of life and traditions were at...
  9. Corsican has a peculiarity: it kept the "italian"...

    Corsican has a peculiarity: it kept the "italian" writing for simple consonants/stops spite its pronounce them as do Occitan or Portuguese, as a whole: roughly showed

    À fà e so parte à u mondu...
  10. Spanish show us a tendancy that was even stronger...

    Spanish show us a tendancy that was even stronger in Oil French; but here you can see some of the current French words are words remake from Latin - among the more evident Spanish tendancies -
    the r...
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    Taken in account your geographic position, I...

    Taken in account your geographic position, I don't find these %'s too surprising. The Caucasus/Iranlike component become to infltrate Near-East in West and Southwest early enough (Chalco at least,...
  12. Moesan to Moesan: you wrote: I don' know it...

    Moesan to Moesan:
    you wrote:
    I don' know it didn't concern members of the same family,
    Stupid boy, you want to write: I wonder IF it didn't concern members of their own family!
    written too...
  13. It comes as it comes: The average height among...

    It comes as it comes:
    The average height among the most of the the Neolithic pop's was around 1m62.
    Some later Megalithic pops raised the 1M67/68 in West.
    That said westernmost WHG pop's were...
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    'gedrosia' isn't high among Basque at the...

    'gedrosia' isn't high among Basque at the absolute level, nor it is among Finland people; above I was speaking of the ratio 'gedrosia'/'caucasus', two close components, but selected differently by...
  15. He knows the phonetic Corsican rules but...

    He knows the phonetic Corsican rules but sometimes forget them! His Parisian french R is horrible! But more of all, his 'music' is not native.
    Some good polyglottic man indeed, but it doesn't rend...
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    ATW its male ancestors came from South, the...

    ATW its male ancestors came from South, the question being: through North India or South-East Asia? No solid answer todate, for I know.
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    Riverman why do you write always Selenski in...

    Riverman why do you write always Selenski in place of Zelenski or Zelensky. A mark of contempt? Z- in Slavic is different from S- etymologically.
    That said, I'm not sure the Dombas question was so...
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    Riverman why do you write always Selenski in...

    Riverman why do you write always Selenski in place of Zelenski or Zelensky. A mark of contempt? Z- in Slavic is different from S- etymologically.
    That said, I'm not sure the Dombas question was so...
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    I add that ancient pop's were closer between them...

    I add that ancient pop's were closer between them that a lot of modern sendentised pop's (before the very last years when people began to 'planemove'); between past and present a lot of drift +...
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    No, 'gedrosia' is not for CHG/N-Iran, it's a...

    No, 'gedrosia' is not for CHG/N-Iran, it's a construct concept based on modern pops; proof? 'caucasus' component is less pure for CHG but has surely a high % of it. But their respective distribution...
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    the metric analysis I posted, metrics, so to be...

    the metric analysis I posted, metrics, so to be taken with a taste of salt. And the 'anatolian-like' elements may as well be of western EEF (or CTC EEF) or transcaucasus 'anatolianlike' in a mix, and...
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    As sometimes I was imprecise. It concerned...

    As sometimes I was imprecise. It concerned detailed Steppic tribes, but not exactly Catacomb nor Yamna. It concerned Alakul of Western Kazakhstan and the distances (metric) between them as a mean and...
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    F.S. contributes to increase in stature of...

    F.S. contributes to increase in stature of posterity, AND increase in stature often contributes to F.S. increase. Socially stature is not neutral as we know.
    Concerning the links with more children...
  24. Thanks very much, Angela. I see I have to learn...

    Thanks very much, Angela. I see I have to learn to read better!
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    Maybe can we suppose that the modern 'gedrosia'...

    Maybe can we suppose that the modern 'gedrosia' created element is rich in ANA which was the basis of those Mal'ta people? The 'northeuropean' element has also some good bits of ANE, I think, as have...
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