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    Sort of like your response. That post wasn't...

    Sort of like your response. That post wasn't meant to be more than a simplified illustration of how the genetic contribution of original inhabitants diminishes or even perishes following successive...
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    The earliest populations are on the bottom of the...

    The earliest populations are on the bottom of the dogpile of population replacement. Using a 90/10 split for each fused population after a successful demic replacement, the original host population...
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    For quick reference of geographic locations,...

    For quick reference of geographic locations, cultures, and haplogroups...

    #

    Sample Name
    Country
    analysis label genetics

    Cluster PCA/Admixture
    genetic sex
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    VK301 R0a2b Male I1a2a ...

    VK301
    R0a2b
    Male
    I1a2a


    VK303
    T2a1b1a1
    Female
    N/A
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    The haplogroups... VK1 J1c3g Female N/A

    The haplogroups...



    VK1
    J1c3g
    Female
    N/A
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    https://advances.sciencemag.org/content/advances/5...

    https://advances.sciencemag.org/content/advances/5/7/eaax0061/F3.large.jpg?width=800&height=600&carousel=1
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    Looks like a pretty diverse group ...

    Looks like a pretty diverse group


    Haplogroups




    Analysis
    group
  8. Does anyone have any idea when Living DNA is...

    Does anyone have any idea when Living DNA is actually going to open up dna matching and the chromosome browser to everyone? I have a very close match who is not even showing and supposedly I have...
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    Modern Populations 1. Welsh (5.566) 2....

    Modern Populations
    1. Welsh (5.566)
    2. Southwest_English (7.584)
    3. West_German (7.586)
    4. South_Dutch (7.637)
    5. North_Dutch (8.732)
    6. German_Central (8.792)
    7. Southeast_English (8.870)
    8....
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    Poll: Those are tough choices; however, one choice...

    Those are tough choices; however, one choice should be added to the poll: if the baby has profound disabilities (e.g., missing most of his brain; an individual missing all his limbs, eyes, hearing...
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    I wonder if all those K1a-195C's in Primrose...

    I wonder if all those K1a-195C's in Primrose Grange were actually mtDNA K1a10's. K1a10 is a subclade of K1a-195C and it appears to be concentrated in Britain, Ireland and Scandinavia. Did they test...
  12. This map needs a key. What are the question...

    This map needs a key. What are the question marks-- suspected introgression from those areas? Krause was quoted in this article, which was published the same day as the related study. It stated...
  13. I suspect spear throwers and their javelins were...

    I suspect spear throwers and their javelins were made like the following video shows, for thousands of years prior to any attachments, with fire-hardened points shaped out of the shaft and no...
  14. I Samuel 15: 2-3 Ezekiel 9: 4-11 ...

    I Samuel 15: 2-3



    Ezekiel 9: 4-11


    https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Joshua%206:20-21&version=KJV

    https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Deuteronomy%202:32-35&version=KJV
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    Basic necessities is what holds back most...

    Basic necessities is what holds back most Americans from playing the stock market. Most wage earners are barely meeting their basic needs of shelter, food, utilities, security, medical, and...
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    People making less than $50,000 do pay federal...

    People making less than $50,000 do pay federal income tax. Individuals earning less than $10,000 are still paying federal income tax. People making millions from the stock market don't pay federal...
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    I know the original post was regarding Richard...

    I know the original post was regarding Richard III's y-dna haplogroup, but his mtDNA subclade being so rare is interesting. Richard III's earliest known maternal ancestor was Katherine Swynford,...
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    My prediction: I believe the Epipaleolithic...

    My prediction:

    I believe the Epipaleolithic Anatolian haplogroups will be very similar to these numbers:
    https://www.eupedia.com/genetics/haplogroups_of_neolithic_farmers.shtml

    K1a4, K1c, J1c,...
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    There was this discussion:...

    There was this discussion:
    https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/28861-mtDNA-R1A-in-Colinial-Virginia-How?p=411468#post411468

    I think the consensus is it came to Western Europe with the...
  20. Like with a temporary tattoo, everybody goes,...

    Like with a temporary tattoo, everybody goes, "Whew!" That fortress looks kind of cartoony, like the artist was smurfing some shrooms.
  21. It gave me almost two percent modern Chinese. ...

    It gave me almost two percent modern Chinese. I've tested at 23andMe, LivingDNA, 23andMe, and FTDNA. None of them have given me a trace of Chinese or East Asian. Plus, the calculator says K14...
  22. By whom, aferensis or habilis? I don't buy it,...

    By whom, aferensis or habilis? I don't buy it, but it reminds me of this story.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MDStH49W5Hk
  23. Thanks for posting this link. It looks like...

    Thanks for posting this link. It looks like Supplemental Table S1 has the mtDNA.
  24. 23andMe's ydna and mtdna haplogroup info can...

    23andMe's ydna and mtdna haplogroup info can disprove but not prove paternal-line relationships. Only FTDNA, with its y-dna STR tests, can do that for customers right now. AncestryDNA's test's...
  25. The smaller percentage of WHG in Wales correlates...

    The smaller percentage of WHG in Wales correlates with its lower percentage of mtDNA U5.

    https://www.eupedia.com/genetics/britain_ireland_dna.shtml#mtdna
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