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  1. Eskimos are closer to Malta than all of those...

    Eskimos are closer to Malta than all of those people.
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    I'll interject here to say there's a difference...

    I'll interject here to say there's a difference between Finnish (Suomi) and Finno-Ugric ancestry. Russians, specifically northern Russians, have little of the former and lot of the latter - and not...
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    Those descriptions are funny - and not in the...

    Those descriptions are funny - and not in the Lazaridis paper. :rolleyes2:

    Kalash is not pure ANE or closest relative of ANE - far from it. R has not much to do with Loschbour either, and N is as...
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    Arent the regions with no West Asian admixture...

    Arent the regions with no West Asian admixture better distinguished by high N than by R1a?

    http://s30.postimg.org/akdium5ox/ydna.jpg

    N is as common or more common than R1a in Baltic countries,...
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    Calculators like ones that can be found in...

    Calculators like ones that can be found in Gedmatch are one thing, software like ADMIXTURE used by bloggers like Dienekes and Polako is a program used in academic studies, and the genetic samples...
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    They both use the same programs and same academic...

    They both use the same programs and same academic samples. The only difference is that Dodecad includes project members (marked as Country_D) in the calculators besides academic samples. Dodecad's...
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    The "scene" of human genomics would be poorer...

    The "scene" of human genomics would be poorer without enthusiast bloggers. The admixture maps Maciamo has put on this site are based on Dodecad calculators of Dienekes, those are another hobbyist...
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    The East Asian marker is actually Hazara, so all...

    The East Asian marker is actually Hazara, so all Europeans get it in greater amounts than they would get "pure" East Asian.

    Otherwise it just reflects the southwest-northeast cline in Europe....
  9. The Sardinians don't stand out in the 2d PCA...

    The Sardinians don't stand out in the 2d PCA below, but cluster with Cretans and Sicilians, so we can say the third eigenvector is a "Sardinian factor". It's hard to make out their opposite, it's...
  10. Should be easy enough, just looks at the...

    Should be easy enough, just looks at the affinities of WHG, ANE and EEF from their respective introductionary papers (Raghavan 2013, Lazaridis 2014 updates)

    Stuttgart is pure EEF and Loschbour is...
  11. I think this one is clear enough. ...

    I think this one is clear enough.

    http://s9.postimg.org/6rt6z0prz/689.jpg

    As a side note, there perhaps should be more quality control with sampling. Lots of Chuvashes included in this PCA...
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    Quite a lot obviously. N1c frequency contrast...

    Quite a lot obviously. N1c frequency contrast there suggests that the incoming turkics imposed both their language and Y-DNA, but also that N1c1 came recently to that part of Siberia and did not...
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    The fleeing people didn't change language, but...

    The fleeing people didn't change language, but the local siberians they mingled with did. Modern Yakuts would be the result of this merger.
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    Genetically that situation is similar to how R1b...

    Genetically that situation is similar to how R1b (M415) is equally ancestral to V88 and P297. The geographical differences in migration routes are relative in comparison, the main difference between...
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    Generally it's understood that Yakuts got their...

    Generally it's understood that Yakuts got their language from Turkic speakers fleeing the Mongols 700 years ago.

    Whether they got N1c1 that way too is unknown without ancient DNA from ...
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    Seima-Turbino is recent enough that if it was...

    Seima-Turbino is recent enough that if it was spread by N1c1 people from Volga region, we should see the N1c1 subclades common in Indo-European and Uralic speakers of Eastern Europe (VL29 and Z1936...
  17. As far as I know probably not to a...

    As far as I know probably not to a distinguishable extent, assuming we're talking about autosomal DNA. If we count uniparental markers like Y-DNA it's another story.
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    I expect them to vote for staying in the union....

    I expect them to vote for staying in the union. That being said, if they do vote for separation anyway London will probably let them go in a manner that befits a civilized nation. There's talk of...
  19. Eurogenes has been the best for me so far....

    Eurogenes has been the best for me so far. Dodecad hasn't updated since 2012 and non-Eurogenes calculators suffer from the "calculator effet" which results in project participants' results (including...
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    Yakuts are not Uralic, but Turkic. Even further,...

    Yakuts are not Uralic, but Turkic. Even further, it's likely that they are turkified aboriginal siberians. Their N1c clade is not derived from the ones that appear in Uralic speakers, and hasn't been...
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    Behar et al (2013) "No Evidence from Genome-Wide...

    Behar et al (2013) "No Evidence from Genome-Wide Data of a Khazar Origin for the Ashkenazi Jews" which I can't link due to low post count but is easily searchable OTOH doesn't support that...
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    I think MNOPS peoples are relatively recent...

    I think MNOPS peoples are relatively recent (meaning post-Mesolithic) in the region comprising Finland, Karelia and northern Scandinavia. No claims about the languages (though gut feeling says...
  23. The more complete La Braña genome from Olalde et...

    The more complete La Braña genome from Olalde et al has somewhat different results to the fragmentary genome when run through Dodecad globe4 and globe13 by the way.

    globe4

    80.69% European...
  24. I1 L22+ Z74+ is ancestral to both the main...

    I1 L22+ Z74+ is ancestral to both the main Finnish subclade (L287+) and one of the large Scandinavian subclades (L813+). The questions there are when the split happened and whether Z74+'s spoke...
  25. The greatest variety of I1 seems to exist in...

    The greatest variety of I1 seems to exist in Northern Germany or thereabouts. If the origin of its spread was in Western Norway, one would expect to find diversity or basal subclades in greater...
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