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  1. The latest article on this is probably Mittnik...

    The latest article on this is probably Mittnik 2018: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5789860/

    The only male from that period has Y-DNA I.

    Wikipedia mentions also I2 and R1a from...
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    More information on the Bodzia cemetery and the...

    More information on the Bodzia cemetery and the grave in question, from Supplement 1 of Population genomics of the Viking world

    Thread discussing the article: Population genomics of the Viking...
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    There are new studies out looking for the source...

    There are new studies out looking for the source of the pandemic.

    Links and commentary here: https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-62307383
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    He is part of the Ridgeway Hill burial. Isotope...

    He is part of the Ridgeway Hill burial. Isotope analysis for these men indicated they were born in Scandinavia. As the burial was about 1000 years ago, it would mean they were Viking warriors.

    See...
  5. They also looked at porosity etc indicating...

    They also looked at porosity etc indicating childhood malnutrition. The level of that was similar across all periods.

    So, neolithic people were slightly shorter than contemporary people wih...
  6. Some numbers from the abstract: We found that...

    Some numbers from the abstract:

    We found that individuals from the Neolithic were shorter than expected (given their individual polygenic height scores) by an average of −3.82 cm relative to...
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    If anyone cares to look into Ukraine's history,...

    If anyone cares to look into Ukraine's history, here's a book on it. The latest date on the timeline is 2015, when this war had already started (though Russia has never declared a war and refuses to...
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    Agree that this is probably the Siberian (EHG)...

    Agree that this is probably the Siberian (EHG) ancestry. On the models that have Siberian groups separately, Siberia should be shown instead.

    FTDNA’s myOrigins 3.0 has about 6 separate Siberian...
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    Have a look at an interactive map of civilan...

    Have a look at an interactive map of civilan damage in Ukraine.

    https://www.bellingcat.com/news/2022/03/17/hospitals-bombed-and-apartments-destroyed-mapping-incidents-of-civilian-harm-in-ukraine/...
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    I can imagine Russian stategists brainstorming...

    I can imagine Russian stategists brainstorming pretexts for “special military operations” and leaking them to the crazies in the state media to gauge if that would cause a popular uprising or not....
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    Likewise, the Donetsk region is a major...

    Likewise, the Donetsk region is a major industrial center - steel and coal, including military industries. Azovstal in Mariupol is/was (before bombed by Russia) one of the largest steel mills in...
  12. https://media.springernature.com/full/springer-sta...

    https://media.springernature.com/full/springer-static/image/art%3A10.1038%2Fs41559-021-01652-4/MediaObjects/41559_2021_1652_Fig6_HTML.png?as=webp
  13. The picture was even more varied: ...

    The picture was even more varied:

    https://www.nature.com/articles/s41559-021-01652-4

    The Black Death (1347–1352 CE) is the most renowned pandemic in human history, believed by many to have...
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    Considering how much effort Macron and Johnson...

    Considering how much effort Macron and Johnson are putting into supporting Ukraine, it seems the East has been expanding rapidly…

    Heads-up to Americans for sharing the intelligence information on...
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    Now we see Russians dig in in many places,...

    Now we see Russians dig in in many places, ancipating counter-attacks. There is talk that they don’t have many rockets left either.

    Ukraine has been really good at attacking Russian supply lines...
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    Riverman, you could make some money: ...

    Riverman, you could make some money:

    https://www.vice.com/en/article/epxken/russian-tiktok-influencers-paid-propaganda
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    Well, Russia did arrange for the representatives...

    Well, Russia did arrange for the representatives council to vote for joining Russia. Before that, they installed armed guards throughout the building and isolated the council. I would guess there was...
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    Russia signed an agreement with Ukraine to move...

    Russia signed an agreement with Ukraine to move out from Sevastopol. They even started building a new major base on the eastern shore of the Black Sea. However, this didn’t go too well, which may be...
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    This seems appropriate: ...

    This seems appropriate:

    http://people.uncw.edu/kozloffm/glubb.pdf

    ”The weakness of pacifism is that there are still many peoples in the world who are aggressive. Nations who proclaim themselves...
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    A country with a chicken on the coat of arms will...

    A country with a chicken on the coat of arms will never beat a country with a fork on theirs.
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    I’ll just leave these links here, to remind us...

    I’ll just leave these links here, to remind us that Russian military aggression against Ukraine started almost exactly 8 years before the current invasion. Coincidentally, thanks to Donbas Ukraine...
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    Congratulations! Results like this make one...

    Congratulations!

    Results like this make one wonder, how many branches thousands of years old are still waiting to be uncovered. Looking at your initial question if this is a Norman subclade, I...
  23. The authors tried to extract DNA from animal...

    The authors tried to extract DNA from animal bones in the same layer, failed, and opted to wait for better methods to appear.
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    L759 seems to be an outdated designation for one...

    L759 seems to be an outdated designation for one of the SNP-s defining I1. See https://www.genetichomeland.com/welcome/dnamarkerindex.asp?snp=L759&chromosome=Y
  25. Revisiting the out of Africa event with a deep-learning approach

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    Anatomically modern humans evolved around 300 thousand years ago in Africa. They started to appear in the fossil record outside of Africa as early as 100 thousand years ago, although...
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