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  1. His modus operandi is to somehow get hold of...

    His modus operandi is to somehow get hold of unpublished papers and to then put out his own spin on the contents in order to try to mold perception of it. It's a common public relations ploy. He's...
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    It's a great play with brilliant, witty dialogue....

    It's a great play with brilliant, witty dialogue. Whether it's true in terms of the relationships we can't know. However, there's more than enough documentary evidence showing that the broad strokes...
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    You downvoted the post because you take objection...

    You downvoted the post because you take objection to the facts presented in the article? Who were stupid, the Protestants or the Catholics? You think Orthodox Christians would have acted differently?...
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    Women worked like mules. So did men, of course. I...

    Women worked like mules. So did men, of course. I just mean there were no concessions to feminine "weakness". That was a middle class Victorian fantasy. My mother told me often that only the...
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    People forget that there wasn't a coup d'etat in...

    People forget that there wasn't a coup d'etat in Germany, or a civil war, or an invasion and imposition of laws. Hitler won the popular vote. Religion was the single most important determining factor...
  6. Explosion at Russian center for deadly viruses

    Chernobyl redux? And this was considered a world power. It was and is a third world power with a deadly arsenal.

    If the world as we know it ends through technology, it will more likely be through...
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    Who voted for Hitler and Why?

    See:
    https://ajps.org/2017/08/10/who-voted-and-didnt-for-hitler-and-why/

    Short answer: Protestants


    "The Nazi government ushered in key changes to the Protestant churches in Germany. First,...
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    Eleanor of Aquitaine?

    If it's a true likeness she had a very Med look to her, imo.

    See:
    https://www.archaeology.org/news/8008-190916-england-eleanor-of-aquitaine

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  9. Seems like you haven't been here for very long....

    Seems like you haven't been here for very long. Nobody with any active brain cells doubts that there was Slavic genetic influence in the Balkans. Nor does anyone who has read the scientific papers...
  10. Gosh, seems like anthrogenica around here all of...

    Gosh, seems like anthrogenica around here all of a sudden. You know, everybody has a crystal ball that can look both into the distant past and the future.

    Who needs ancient samples and statistical...
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    Depending on the landscape and whether it is a...

    Depending on the landscape and whether it is a big or small enterprise the methods of collection are different. Regardless, for both vines and olive trees you need dry, hot conditions with lots of...
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    Flies and mosquitoes breed in stagnant bodies of...

    Flies and mosquitoes breed in stagnant bodies of water, as well as manure piles. There's no farming going on in the Adirondacks, but the flies will eat you alive in the summer if you ever go camping...
  13. Oh no, that can't be correct. Don't you know that...

    Oh no, that can't be correct. Don't you know that there was no fall? There were just a bunch of wandering German farmers who came because they liked the climate.

    For those who can't recognize...
  14. Maybe because they SAY it applies to Italy as a...

    Maybe because they SAY it applies to Italy as a whole????

    It pays to read carefully, although maybe these people can't write clearly.

    " Using allele frequency and haplotype-based genetic...
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    Gosh, that surprises me about the bugs. In my...

    Gosh, that surprises me about the bugs. In my home village there are lots of flies in the summer, although not as many as in the woods of the northeast of the U.S. Maybe it has to do with proximity...
  16. I think we need to wait to see the paper, but my...

    I think we need to wait to see the paper, but my first impression is that the quality of publications in this field, once you're not talking about the Reich, Krause and Allentoft groups, can be...
  17. Most human beings see only what they wish to see....

    Most human beings see only what they wish to see. That's leaving aside actual charlatans who know they're distorting reality.

    It's extremely difficult to train yourself to follow only the...
  18. Some people of European descent have a massive...

    Some people of European descent have a massive inferiority complex, partly because of the particular history of their area, and partly because the late arrival of "civilization" to European shores...
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    Mediterranean impacts on western Iberia

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    https://core.ac.uk/download/pdf/39032612.pdf
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    Really funny, if exasperating. The black Lab...

    Really funny, if exasperating. The black Lab could be my dog. :)

    You just have to accept some of this will go on. Happens with children too; amazing what toddlers can do to get to the cookies,...
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    Inbreeding among Neanderthals

    Inbreeding among Neanderthals-
    https://www.sapiens.org/column/field-trips/neanderthal-sex-lives-bones/

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    In a cave tucked into the limestone hills of the Asturias region of Spain, there lie the...
  22. The genetic legacy of pre-contact Puerto Rico

    This is the other side of the story, and an important one.

    See:
    https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/765685v1

    "Indigenous peoples have occupied the island of Puerto Rico since at least 3000...
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    Cause(s) of the Minoan Collapse?

    This article claims certain tablets pinpoint the cause.
    https://www.haaretz.com/archaeology/.premium.MAGAZINE-ancient-tablets-may-reveal-what-destroyed-minoan-civilization-1.7809371


    Personally,...
  24. African hominem diversity and the origin of our species

    See:
    https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-019-11213-w.pdf

    It's a morphological analysis.
  25. The tomato in Italy-a transatlantic journey

    See:
    https://www.brepolsonline.net/doi/abs/10.1484/J.FOOD.1.100639

    "The experience of the arrival, reception and success of New World products in Europe – tomatoes, maize, potatoes, chillies,...
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