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    Some true information: Human mitochondrial DNA...

    Some true information:

    Human mitochondrial DNA lineages in Iron-Age Fennoscandia suggest incipient admixture and eastern introduction of farming-related maternal ancestry
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    I do not understand where that 4000 years ago...

    I do not understand where that 4000 years ago comes from, but Bolshoy Oleni Ostrov population in Kola Peninsula (1500 BC) cannot be taken as a sign of the entry of Uralic speaking N1c...
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    Razib Khan's theory is with all probability...

    Razib Khan's theory is with all probability rubbish.
    The Finnish language spread with farming and that is a historic fact. The genetic evidence indicates that the land was mostly Saami-speaking to...
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    The Finnish colonization of Finland was surely...

    The Finnish colonization of Finland was surely demic as there are written documents from the Middle Ages onwards. Therefore, Finns did not impose their language on anybody, but they obviously...
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    A crucible and some metal objects were found in...

    A crucible and some metal objects were found in Bolshoy, therefore they knew how to make metal tools. Bolshoy Oleni Ostrov people may have spoken an early Eastern Uralic language, i.e. they could be...
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    Oh my god, so much misinformation: Finns are...

    Oh my god, so much misinformation: Finns are originally not white. Western Uralic is spoken in Kola Peninsula, Proto-Uralic is from Taimyr. Finnish speaking Finns (= men) were hunter-gatherers still...
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    Before making any hasty linguistic conclusions...

    Before making any hasty linguistic conclusions you should read this post: http://terheninenmaa.blogspot.be/

    If Finns are linguistically different from Baltic Corded Ware, Finns and Estonians are...
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    The haplogroup of Munkh-Khairkhan samples is not...

    The haplogroup of Munkh-Khairkhan samples is not clear. On the basis of SNP it is defined NO-214 and on the basis of DYS values C3 with only 55.4% and 77.1% probability.
  9. No, Hungarians did not come from North East Asia...

    No, Hungarians did not come from North East Asia but somewhere around Chelyabinsk near Kazakhstan.

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    If you are a farmer and do not move from your home area, of course, you marry a local...
  10. I see that it is specifically B4c1b that was...

    I see that it is specifically B4c1b that was recently detected in Hungarian conquerors. B4c1b looks like coming from China and was surely not present near the Urals when Hungarian language developed....
  11. Maybe the fathers of these R1b and I2a guys...

    Maybe the fathers of these R1b and I2a guys became allies of Hungarians and as a confirmation of their loyalty married their daughters. In historical times, this kind of political marriages were very...
  12. In fact, Eastern mtDNA is present in two ancient...

    In fact, Eastern mtDNA is present in two ancient Hungarians from Karos-Eperjesszög with yDNA R1b and I2. There are two R1b guys and their mtDNAs are H and B, and two I2a2 guys whose mtDNAs are H and...
  13. Jaakko Häkkinen who has given the most recent...

    Jaakko Häkkinen who has given the most recent dating for different protolanguage levels based on linguistic criteria does not propose that Proto-Uralic is dated 2000 BCE.

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    In his model...
  14. I do not think that "migrants" came from very...

    I do not think that "migrants" came from very far. I would presume that all were from the Iberian Peninsula but some were more mobile than others.
  15. Eskimo-Aleut and Na Dene languages are...

    Eskimo-Aleut and Na Dene languages are structurally completely different, and it is interesting if Paleo-Eskimo in Greenland spoke a Na Dene language which belongs to a language family which is today...
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    Where do you get this information? When I look at...

    Where do you get this information? When I look at the table in Allentoft et altri supplementary material, they say that RISE00 from Estonia is female and I cannot find any other samples from Estonia....
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    Globular Amphora Culture ca. 3400–2800 BC looks...

    Globular Amphora Culture ca. 3400–2800 BC looks very much Indo-European. Their culture corresponds to the IE vocabulary which Robert Beekes has reconstructed in his book "Comparative Indo-European...
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    Fire Haired, do you really think that a...

    Fire Haired, do you really think that a difference of 2-3% is important on a PC map?
    Erzya ENA percentage is c. 4-8%. Kostroma Russians' ENA percentage is c. 5% and Tver Russians' ENA percentage is...
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    Poll: Arvistro, in his remarkable essay on Proto-Uralic...

    Arvistro, in his remarkable essay on Proto-Uralic (Kantauralin ajoitus ja paikannus: perustelut puntarissa, 2009), Jaakko Häkkinen concludes that differently from what has been claimed (for example...
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    It was irony. According to yfull, none of the...

    It was irony.

    According to yfull, none of the Finnish N lines is old enough for Comb Ceramic. N-Z1934 has a TMRCA of 4500 years, so it could only go back to Corded Ware. N-VL29 is even younger....
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    Sure, N1c in Finland (c. 2500 BC) is too young to...

    Sure, N1c in Finland (c. 2500 BC) is too young to be Corded Ware (3200 - 2500 BC) but not too young to be Combed Ware (5000–2000 BC).
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    That Hong Shi map is rubbish. :) I am pretty sure...

    That Hong Shi map is rubbish. :) I am pretty sure it will be refuted when we get ancient yDNA from the relevant areas as their map goes against all subgroup information and ancient yDNA evidence we...
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    That Hong Shi map is rubbish. :-) I am pretty...

    That Hong Shi map is rubbish. :-) I am pretty sure it will be refuted when we get ancient yDNA from the relevant areas as their map goes against all subgroup information and ancient yDNA evidence we...
  24. Tomenable, the figure you posted is as good as...

    Tomenable, the figure you posted is as good as this:

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    Both are based on modern frequencies with the logic of highest frequency equals oldest age and do not take into account the TMRCA of...
  25. Sorry, Eastern Siberia is not correct. You should...

    Sorry, Eastern Siberia is not correct. You should study yfull. The age of YDNA N there is less than 4000 years (N-F4205 TMRCA 3000 ybp), i.e. it arrived c. 1500 bC from Western Siberia with metal...
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