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  1. Another haplogroup that I have associated with...

    Another haplogroup that I have associated with the ancient Romans is J2a-L26>L70>Z435, which has a coalescence age of 3400 years and is distributed almost exclusively within boundaries the Roman...
  2. Etymologically, the surname Montgomery comes from...

    Etymologically, the surname Montgomery comes from the eponymous village in Normandy, which has a Germanic root (Gomery => from Guma + ric). No Latin nomen starts with Gom-.

    Now genetically the...
  3. Haplogroup G2a hasn't been found among ancient...

    Haplogroup G2a hasn't been found among ancient Latins yet, but I am confident that some branches (U1>L13, U1>L1264 and/or L497>Z1816) will be found as a minority of Latin lineages as these lineages...
  4. Identifying the Y-DNA haplogroups of ancient Roman families through their descendants

    I have embarked on an ambitious project: attempting to determine the haplogroups of ancient Roman gentes based on the modern European surnames that belong to ancient Latin haplogroups. It may seem...
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    Actually iPhone's market share...

    Actually iPhone's market share is only 27% in Europe, against 72% for Android. Apple's best market in Europe are the UK, Ireland and Norway.
  6. Welcome to the forum, acoban07! I love this...

    Welcome to the forum, acoban07!

    I love this kind of genealogical detective work. ;)

    1) Regarding your haplogroup I1-L22>Z74>CTS2208>FGC12562>BY47171, if you check the Yfull tree, it looks like...
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    I second what Angela said about you, Dagne. :) ...

    I second what Angela said about you, Dagne. :)

    Once again I completely concur with what you wrote about what the new Marshall Plan should take that into consideration.
  8. I have added the number of Censors and Tribunes...

    I have added the number of Censors and Tribunes of the Plebs to the list as well as the total number of years of reign of emperors by gens.
  9. As you said, readmitted doesn't mean reinfected....

    As you said, readmitted doesn't mean reinfected. It could just be a complication or opportunistic bacterial infection arising from a weakened immune system.



    Without proper statistics on the...
  10. Most prominent Roman families (gentes) in history

    I have made a table listing all the Roman gentes who held at least 2 magistracies during the Republic. I also listed the number of consulships, dividing the stats for the Republic and Empire, and the...
  11. Or it could be that some doctors are overworked,...

    Or it could be that some doctors are overworked, stressed, tired and therefore fall ill more easily.
  12. It's true that the article says "40 strains" but...

    It's true that the article says "40 strains" but I think that they meant that they have identified 40 different mutations in all samples tested. A viral genome would need to accumulate enough...
  13. Is that the L and S strains of the virus?...

    Is that the L and S strains of the virus? According to this article the more aggressive "L type" strain is responsible for 70% of infections in China. I couldn't find any information about the...
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    I completely agree. :)

    I completely agree. :)
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    I am not surprised that the idea of this...

    I am not surprised that the idea of this post-Corona Marshall Plan should come from my "old buddy" Charles Michel. It would be interesting to see what concrete actions are proposed. I think that the...
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    That's possible, but if Germany tests much more...

    That's possible, but if Germany tests much more people with mild symptoms, then the number of cases per capita is surprisingly low compared to neighbouring countries.
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    We are fine now. I am just still sleeping more...

    We are fine now. I am just still sleeping more than usual, but that may be because I don't have to get up because of the lockdown. ;)

    Like you I was feeling just fine most of the time despite the...
  18. A new study...

    A new study by the Italian Society of Environmental Medicine (Sima) suggests that the coronavirus could be transported via fine particles. They reported a strong correlation between the level of...
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    Please note that this is not Louis XVI's DNA! He...

    Please note that this is not Louis XVI's DNA! He belonged to haplogroup R1b-U106, not G2a. This sample was mistakenly thought to belong to Louis XVI. So this sample is worthless and it is surprising...
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    Worst military defeats in Roman history

    Here is the summary of the worst military debacles suffered by the Romans during over 1000 years of history from the beginning of the Republic to the end of the Western Roman Empire.

    In...
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    People at risk of dying are exactly those least...

    People at risk of dying are exactly those least likely or capable of exercising, either due to old age or to pre-existing health conditions. So it's not very helpful.
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    Here is why...

    Here is why it's not feasible to flatten the curve. Even in the best case scenario the USA would need to spread all infections over 5 years to match the healthcare system capacity. Imagine total...
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    Do you monitor your daily steps?

    It's increasingly common to keep track of one's physical activity to keep fit. Walking enough everyday can help reduce your risk of these common health problems:

    Heart disease
    Obesity
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    I was writing 8 days ago that by 19 March there...

    I was writing 8 days ago that by 19 March there should be 200,000 cases worldwide. We are now at 225,000 cases, so it is just as expected by my calculations (in fact it's exactly 10x the 22,500 cases...
  25. The science behind Covid-19 - All you need to know

    How is Coronavirus spread and how contagious is it?

    According to the CDC, Covid-19 is transferred by aerosol droplets (microscopic drops from respiration in the air) and stays contagious for...
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