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    Eurasians can't be Africans

    A majority of scientists suscribe (or don't question) the "out of Africa" theory, but looking to the science rather to the scientists, we see it doesn't make much sense.

    For starters, the theory...
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    From Wikipedia I read it appears in ancient...

    From Wikipedia I read it appears in ancient samples in the Nile region and southern India.

    This leads me to think the epicenter of this haplogroup is in the Arabian Peninsula, which makes sense...
  3. R1, N, Q and C are the most likely contenders

    R1, N, Q and C are the most likely contenders
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    WHG and EEF/CHG in the PCA

    https://www.cell.com/cell/fulltext/S0092-8674(22)00455-X?_returnURL=https%3A%2F%2Flinkinghub.elsevier.com%2Fretrieve%2Fpii%2FS009286742200455X%3Fshowall%3Dtrue
    From this paper

    There are some...
  5. There has to be some A Y-haplogroup and L...

    There has to be some A Y-haplogroup and L mt-haplogroup in Europe that's from very ancient populations rather than from africans.

    Along those lines we may discover a neandertal haplogroup, that I...
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    Any clue of the direct ancestor of this alphabet?...

    Any clue of the direct ancestor of this alphabet?
    I mean it comes through a fenician-iberian-basque route, a greek-roman-basque one or an European one?
  7. Haplogroup CT is still informative. It tells...

    Haplogroup CT is still informative.

    It tells us that E haplogroup was in Morocco and Israel(if some other site from this time has it, please tell me).

    While it doesn't seem to be up north at...
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    I don't see where you're trying to get. Doesn't...

    I don't see where you're trying to get. Doesn't matter that Vestonice is 33ka old and that Villabruna/Balkan HG diverged from CHG 25.6 ka.

    Regarding Penarbasi, in this new 2022 study is said that...
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    https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/42950-WHG-an...

    https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/42950-WHG-and-EEF-CHG-in-the-PCA?p=661644#post661644

    I moved this post to its own thread, since it's not the topic proper of this thread, which is...
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    No. If Y chromosome mutations affect...

    No. If Y chromosome mutations affect testosterone(and body mass index), they can indeed affect appearence.
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    I'm reading that study, and what it says is that...

    I'm reading that study, and what it says is that WHG is RELATED with the Dzudzuana people. Not that they have their ancestry.

    In fact, the new study says that Europeans and Near Easteners diverged...
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    Ok, thanks. Then I don't need to post a...

    Ok, thanks. Then I don't need to post a commentary on the whole study(I just accesed to it today)

    Anyway, I leave this finding relating these 2 samples close to Greeks.
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    I think I get what this means, the older date for...

    I think I get what this means, the older date for European and Middle Eastern Hunter-gatherers divergence was some 45,000 years ago. Which is a similar date for U5 and IJ haplogroups separation.
    ...
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    'Inbreeding' in Greek ancestors?

    There's a new massive study on Prehistoric Europe and Anatolian samples, I'll comment on it later in other thread....
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    Y-DNA is the piece of DNA that defines traits...

    Y-DNA is the piece of DNA that defines traits subjected to gender dysmorphia, so the chromosome in itself makes people look different, it's logical that the mutations among haplogroups also make a...
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    U3 is mainly West Asian, it's weird for them to...

    U3 is mainly West Asian, it's weird for them to pick exactly such a minoritarian haplogroup.
    Also, gipsy in Spanish is "gitano", some say comes from "egiptano".
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    Seems like the most relevant stop to pick new...

    Seems like the most relevant stop to pick new mtDNA was in West Asia(Syria, Turkey, the Caucasus)
  18. Rare R1b in the Paleolithic/Mesolithic but in a...

    Rare R1b in the Paleolithic/Mesolithic but in a GoyetQ2 sample, rather than in Villabruna.
    Seems they got in minority numbers and sneaked into Europe from some unknown source. Then into the...
  19. British late Paleolithic ancestry is dual

    https://www.nature.com/articles/s41559-022-01883-z

    Check this new study about the end of the LGM in England/Wales.

    Summary: haplogroup U8 individual had ancestry from the sample GoyetQ2, a...
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    I think considering Anatolian agriculturalist...

    I think considering Anatolian agriculturalist ancestry as a source for blond hair is based on nothing...

    Blondness is clearly a trait from Northern Europe. There's barely none in Turkey or any...
  21. Is your father surname Portuguese? Who is that...

    Is your father surname Portuguese?
    Who is that guy, which ancestry he has?

    You say you matched Central Europeans? Maybe your father has a relative who emigrated or something.
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    Are you from that city, as many Italian Americans?

    Are you from that city, as many Italian Americans?
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    Basques more WHG or Neolithic

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    One interesting detail about Basques, the only people that preserve relative old languages indigenous to Europe,
    Is that they have a lot more I2(Native) than G2(Inmigrant...
  24. Irish and Scottish men look very similar in their...

    Irish and Scottish men look very similar in their behaviour and way of acting and speaking.

    Even when Irish are invaded by LOWLAND Scots, they feel the difference between them and English men.
  25. Now imagine the same homogeneity but also with...

    Now imagine the same homogeneity but also with women and mtDNA.
    Like it was just before the European Neolithic...
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