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    I am happy for him. He probably understands that...

    I am happy for him.
    He probably understands that life is more than just elaborating illusions of grandeur around IQ...
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    It is complicated. Christopher Langan , IQ 200,...

    It is complicated.
    Christopher Langan , IQ 200, lives in a remote place in USA and is a bouncer at a bar.
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    Poll: Thank you for enriching this thread with...

    Thank you for enriching this thread with generalization and inductive fallacy.
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    I guess the algorithm was a bit lazy there... or...

    I guess the algorithm was a bit lazy there... or not accurate at all. Well, that is FTDNA...
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    Poll: is this equivalent to say, you didnt need the...

    is this equivalent to say, you didnt need the test because it suffices to look at yourselves in the mirror?
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    Poll: I had the same impression, since they seem to...

    I had the same impression,
    since they seem to allow for so much delusional misinformation to spread.
    What bothers you the most?
  7. I think it is good that you don't use the term...

    I think it is good that you don't use the term 'native' or 'aboriginal' or 'indigenous'.
    because they has some peculiar connotation, perhaps reserved only to certain peoples.
    Think about how...
  8. No, but you can improve. It is hard to...

    No, but you can improve.
    It is hard to understand your last sentences, because you don't write period.
  9. This isn't very logical. I would give you an...

    This isn't very logical.
    I would give you an advice.
    Please write in English with 'periods' and other bits of grammar.
  10. You can replace 'reduce' by 'increase' if you...

    You can replace 'reduce' by 'increase' if you want (it was just an assumption).
    That is not the point, but the question, which remains unanswered, and the fact that such studies approach those of...
  11. Interesting, but how reliable are they really? We...

    Interesting, but how reliable are they really? We usually have, every year or so, a new study which states that 'a small dosis of red wine every day reduces the risk of cancer', which in turn is...
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    I hope you are not implying that there are no...

    I hope you are not implying that there are no rational, logic and spatial skills involved in

    Drawing,
    Painting,
    Ceramics,
    Photography,
    Architecture,
    Literature,
    Music,
    Theatre,
  13. The most reasonable answer in this whole thread....

    The most reasonable answer in this whole thread.

    I am also waiting for those "high IQ genes" to be identified,
    so that finally nobody has to take any IQ test but simply a DNA test, which shows:...
  14. I like the comments section, it is a cacophony...

    I like the comments section,
    it is a cacophony of pseudo-experts with 100% talent for confabulating ethnographies...

    You don't even need to watch Comedy Central anymore,
    every page has its own...
  15. Obviously yes, but that term was not, by all...

    Obviously yes, but that term was not, by all means, 'barbaric'. <- the point.
  16. I think that during the Mesolithic the term...

    I think that during the Mesolithic the term 'barbaric' was not yet invented.
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    Poll: Did you get any reasonable answer from their...

    Did you get any reasonable answer from their forum? It seems 100% amateurish.
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    Poll: Credibility of FTDNA

    In your opinion,
    how credible is FTDNA's results concerning identification of ethnic groups?
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    Interesting point. I had once 18% Asia Minor,...

    Interesting point.
    I had once 18% Asia Minor, now guess what I have ... zero! I find it most amusing to read in the FTDNA forum how many people, despite the heavy and justified criticism, still...
  20. Thank you. I know the thread specifically...

    Thank you.
    I know the thread specifically targets at Y-DNA in Europe, but how about this relation occuring in other regions?
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    "Although historical evidence regarding...

    "Although historical evidence regarding population size during the 16th century is fragmentary, surviving personal and governmental accounts document substantial, if not catastrophic, declines during...
  22. Thank you. But how does that link to Obama and...

    Thank you.
    But how does that link to Obama and Washington being "Polish-Americans"?
  23. In fact, the number of our ancestors does not...

    In fact, the number of our ancestors does not grow exponentially as you go further back in time if you consider the effects of endogamy, specially in royal bloodlines.
  24. That is certainly counter-intuitive. How were...

    That is certainly counter-intuitive.
    How were these limits (i.e. 9% - 15%) stablished?
    Would if FTDNA (for example) be able to find a match to such ancient ancestor...? I doubt.



    Excuse my...
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    Thank you. I won't sacrifice an hour of my time...

    Thank you.
    I won't sacrifice an hour of my time doing an experiment which is nothing more than (pardon me the language) intellectual masturbation.
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