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    That small but not negligible gene flow from the...

    That small but not negligible gene flow from the Levant, Caucasia and the Zagros/Iranian Plateau, which also explains how J2a, J2b and E1b1b were present in Neolithic Europe even when the Near...
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    Wait, I'm confused. So is a largely Basal...

    Wait, I'm confused. So is a largely Basal Eurasian individual part of the same cluster as Dzuduzana2 and sharing more drift with WHG/Villabruna cluster than with any other Paleolithic DNA sample? So...
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    If your mother's partial ancestry of German...

    If your mother's partial ancestry of German origin actually came from East Germany, which until the 2nd World War included lands as east as what is now Poland and Kaliningrad (the Baltic exclave of...
  4. I think the PIE dialect continuum was diverse...

    I think the PIE dialect continuum was diverse from the start in overall genetic makeup and Y-DNA distribution. Some groups had more CHG:EHG ratio than others, some had mainly R1b-L23, some mainly...
  5. R1b is in Europe since the Late Paleolithic, but...

    R1b is in Europe since the Late Paleolithic, but the R1b found in 99% of the European males who carry R1b today - subclades of R1b-M269 - certainly came from easternmost Europe after the Early Copper...
  6. So is their "Swedish-like" basically Baltic...

    So is their "Swedish-like" basically Baltic IE-like in fact? Is that based on IA Swedish samples? I wonder if those were really Germanic Scandinavians, not Baltic people who once lived on the other...
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    Just a small correction: for 99.5% of Brazilians...

    Just a small correction: for 99.5% of Brazilians (those who aren't still indigenous in an ethnic sense, i.e. with their own distinctive cultural identity and so on), those documents will only...
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    I'm not talking about that kind of "obsession"...

    I'm not talking about that kind of "obsession" (which is more aesthetic than racial, i.e. East Asians don't believe they can classify people as different races simply based on how much melanin they...
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    I'm not bashing America at all. Quit this silly...

    I'm not bashing America at all. Quit this silly nationalism. You can "bash Brazil" all you want as long as it's about racism as it really is in Brazil's historical journey. Why would I care? I want...
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    The obsession of American people (whether racist...

    The obsession of American people (whether racist or self-purportedly anti-racist ones) with skin color is just unhealthy, and their overwhelming soft power influence over the rest of the world is...
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    Wow, if those results be really correct that's...

    Wow, if those results be really correct that's surprisingly clever and, I don't know, "modern"!
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    Excuse me, but R1b and circa 30% steppe? So...

    Excuse me, but R1b and circa 30% steppe? So basically modern North Italian or modern Spaniard-like, right? And those were some of the early Italic samples, not all of them. In my opinion early...
  13. That's exactly why I said Greece in opinion...

    That's exactly why I said Greece in opinion surveys on moral issues (LGBT+, race, religion etc.) look much closer to Eastern European countries that are not exactly beacons of progressivism and...
  14. But being proud of where you come from and where...

    But being proud of where you come from and where you live does not necessitate you to start believing that your culture/nation/country is superial to all others. That's when pride starts to become a...
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    A wonderful combination: one of the most...

    A wonderful combination: one of the most heartbreaking and beautifully crafted poems of Brazilian literature, by João Cabral de Melo Neto, turned into the lyrics of one of the most poignant and...
  16. Wow, please everyone forgive my words, but I'm...

    Wow, please everyone forgive my words, but I'm increasingly surprised and disappointed by the positions of Greece in these opinion surveys about morals, religion and societal values. I thought being...
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    The entire Y chromosome is tiny, less than 2% of...

    The entire Y chromosome is tiny, less than 2% of a male's genome, and most of it has nothing to do with physical features at all. I doubt it has even some minor but non-negligible influence on one's...
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    Well, I ALWAYS thought Daniel Craig looked like...

    Well, I ALWAYS thought Daniel Craig looked like some Roman busts (probably I even thought so because I had the busts of Augustus in mind subconsciously). lol
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    Amazing work! Very realistic features and hair...

    Amazing work! Very realistic features and hair and eye colors. Really life-like. I just wondered if some of them were really as darker-skinned as he depicted them, some also have a brownish skin tone...
  20. The anthropologist Niède Guidon always maintained...

    The anthropologist Niède Guidon always maintained up to this day that her findings of bonfires and cave paintings in the beautiful Serra da Capivara area in the state of Piauí (Brazil) were a lot...
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    Genetics must play a role. Of course not...

    Genetics must play a role. Of course not necessarily more than social conditions and lifestyle, but it makes a difference. In Brazil it's been noticed that Amerindians have a much higher likelihood...
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    New York is really an outlier... but that doesn't...

    New York is really an outlier... but that doesn't make Sweden a good example, either. It has the 7th largest death rate by Covid-19 in the world (and that's including tiny city-states like San Marino...
  23. Thanks for this correction, @kingjohn, though I...

    Thanks for this correction, @kingjohn, though I still think that's the closest we might get to the Natufian look, since PPNB was still about 50-60% Natufian, and those features also look reasonably...
  24. One thing that always catches my attention is...

    One thing that always catches my attention is that the usual genetic ancestry models for West Eurasians that work really well for most populations of that region, yielding results with less than 2-3%...
  25. We have some faint idea of how Natufian faces...

    We have some faint idea of how Natufian faces were like because of their interesting practice of making mortuary masks using clay on the face of individuals. Not very realistic, obviously, but much...
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