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    And by the way Exceededminimumso... we all know...

    And by the way Exceededminimumso... we all know the Earth isn't hollow. Stop being silly.

    It's flat. :)
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    If I could make a slight adjustment to my earlier...

    If I could make a slight adjustment to my earlier comment relating to earth's magnetic properties... while much of the planet's interior is rich in magnetic elements, the fact that the core is molten...
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    I agree with your comments on appearance Sparkey,...

    I agree with your comments on appearance Sparkey, usually there isn't much if any difference between a typical I vs. typical R member-- but when we have an outlier with say an extra prominent brow...
  4. I'm no fan of weather modification either. If...

    I'm no fan of weather modification either. If you have the chance Mr. Kappa, please read about the farmers in India that have first hand experience with growing GMO crops. Their accounts are...
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    That was a solid find Sparkey. Last night I was...

    That was a solid find Sparkey. Last night I was trying to untangle the Polk lines and it got confusing. What would be nice is if we could get a Polk relative in North Carolina or Tennessee to swab....
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    Thanks Sparkey, another one that has a decent...

    Thanks Sparkey, another one that has a decent shot at being an I2 is James Polk. He didn't have children, but there should be a decent amount of Polk from the same lineage in North Carolina and...
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    Here's where I'm at with the U.S. Presidential...

    Here's where I'm at with the U.S. Presidential y-DNA. Please feel free to add a name if you can--

    2. John Adams R1b
    3. Thomas Jefferson T
    6. John Quincy Adams R1b
    12. Zachary Taylor R1b1c...
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    I'm going full bore and have located 13 of the 44...

    I'm going full bore and have located 13 of the 44 U.S. Presidential y-haplogroups (comfortable enough to post on Eupedia anyway)-- that's almost 30%. I'll add them to this thread when I finally run...
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    Nobody your doing a fantastic job wrestling with...

    Nobody your doing a fantastic job wrestling with a few of the larger brains on this site, and I don't want to pile on here... but the Teutons might be ALOT more Celtic than most realize. Check out...
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    I like to read historical/political books from...

    I like to read historical/political books from different eras-- it's amazing what you can pick up from bygone decades that aren't so drenched in political correctness.

    It's kind of like watching...
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    (OFFTOPIC) Y-Haplogroups of US presidents

    Nobody, Jefferson was hg. T (I can't believe I forgot that one!) and Calvin Coolidge was hg I1. I've found it more difficult now to gather genetic information about former U.S. Presidents than in...
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    I would guess that Gates is a R1b (surname ends...

    I would guess that Gates is a R1b (surname ends in an "s" which is often seen in Wales), but this is a total shot in the dark. I've read Warren Buffet is an I1, but that's difficult to confirm. His...
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    There's no study (that I'm aware of anyway). ...

    There's no study (that I'm aware of anyway). This was a flippant comment about a subject matter that many choose to gloss over or ignore completely. Probably a healthy of majority of Eupedia...
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    Personally I do think hg I can be correlated with...

    Personally I do think hg I can be correlated with tallness. Although height is an autosomal trait, the association shouldn't be ignored.

    Now I am going to throw some cold water on your hg I...
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    Wow, speaking of well researched! Good job...

    Wow, speaking of well researched! Good job...
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    I agree, but when we look at what's happening to...

    I agree, but when we look at what's happening to Sweden in real time-- how do we describe that? Is it an attempted genetic conquest or a complete migration. Either way the regional autosomal will...
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    I'd like to recommend a book called Pitcairns'...

    I'd like to recommend a book called Pitcairns' Island (by Charles Nordhoff and James Norman Hall) which is based on the real life events following the famous Mutiny on the Bounty. This novel gives...
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    Revolutionary-- I can live with that. I like...

    Revolutionary-- I can live with that.

    I like to think back to my younger school days, when teachers taught that hundreds of years ago brave men risked travelling by wooden boats over unknown...
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    Great question. Here's my opinion (please be...

    Great question.

    Here's my opinion (please be aware that bias is rampant in this field and I'm not immune of course-- as I am a member of hg. I you may want to take my viewpoint worth a grain of...
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    Why did I introduce my incredibly innovative...

    Why did I introduce my incredibly innovative theory on y/mtd/autosomal linkage on a Croatia/Albania/Greece thread? What was I thinking?

    Please stop lobbing the same old stones at one another...
  21. Finalise, I'm glad to see you didn't drop from...

    Finalise, I'm glad to see you didn't drop from the site. I actually find you amusing at times. Please stop with the renegade attitude though and come to the table with productive ideas rather than...
  22. Thanks for that answer Maciamo. Makes sense that...

    Thanks for that answer Maciamo. Makes sense that the Japanese view themselves as an ethnically "pure" people and therefore would avoid haplogroup testing which may point out some differences. (I...
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    Back to the thread though, Yetos tell us more...

    Back to the thread though, Yetos tell us more about these Severi from Ucraine. Byzantine sources would have validity because of their age... much closer in time to the actual population shifts.
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    That actually made me laugh out loud, no joke! ...

    That actually made me laugh out loud, no joke!

    Please do try to remember my oddball theory though. In five years or so, the focus of DNA will shift to it's interrelatedness. There is no such...
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    I have to explain my thinking on autosomal as it...

    I have to explain my thinking on autosomal as it relates to y-DNA and this Croatian thread is a good fit because of the confusing y-DNA makeup in this region.

    1. As we build a more complete model...
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