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  1. I havn't read completely; seems to me a bit...

    I havn't read completely; seems to me a bit aventurous.
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    These labellings are due to the (first?)...

    These labellings are due to the (first?) believings and theories of Maciamo (whose I respect the allover work) putting the Y-R1b cradle into South Caucasus/Anatolia regions at least since the...
  3. Thread: German language

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    I am not German speaker. I don't know the today...

    I am not German speaker. I don't know the today proportions of uses of dialects and standard.
    IMO practising Hoch Deutsche is a better way to understand Southern dialects than practising Dutch or...
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    Poll: It was maybe more a question of articular energy...

    It was maybe more a question of articular energy than one of to be voiced or not, I think.
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    @Jovialis I regret the tone taken by your...

    @Jovialis
    I regret the tone taken by your opposition to Cerç (you 'chilled' down a bit, what I find correct), because you're an educated man and very often competent and open minded. I 'm not taking...
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    according to someones (B. Sergent among them),...

    according to someones (B. Sergent among them), the name Pelasgian could be related to the Phillistins, but this name could have been misused (abusive extension) to name several pre-Greek people,...
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    @American; me in vertical, you in italics letters...

    @American; me in vertical, you in italics letters

    Have you ever compared in same countries with roughly same ancestry the evolution of proportions: body internal ones and head compared to body? ...
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    A survey of the 1920's on the living skeletons...

    A survey of the 1920's on the living skeletons proportions in Sweden; some results:
    Sweden as a whole was a rather homogenous country (surely a bit more immigrants in big towns, in despite there ere...
  9. Dark to black skin is a very surprising...

    Dark to black skin is a very surprising diagnostic, I think!
  10. Here, they are tanned; I'm not even 'light olive'...

    Here, they are tanned; I'm not even 'light olive' skinned in winter, but when full tanned, I'm brownish skinned, evidently!
  11. Let's not wake them up, please. No noise!

    Let's not wake them up, please. No noise!
  12. Agree. Question of vocabulary. for the most, by...

    Agree. Question of vocabulary. for the most, by instance in France, when we say 'olive' colour skin we think rather mediterranean light skin in winter (compared to the allover variety of mondial...
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    OK! I found it today.

    OK! I found it today.
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    I forgot: some new elements in food can produce...

    I forgot: some new elements in food can produce bad effects for size regulation; too hig stature can be a problem for skeleton and health in general;
    often enough the very big people had anomalies...
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    Agree partly; concerning the "bias" in my...

    Agree partly; concerning the "bias" in my football comparisons, i saw the same in normal pop and in rugby where selection for statures is at play too and since long ago.
    concerning genes, there IS...
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    I have not read all posts here since a long...

    I have not read all posts here since a long enough time (lack of time) so I don't know if this study has been cired here. I found it in Eurogenes and give us/you the link; the little I've crossread...
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    a good thing to do to compare: look at the...

    a good thing to do to compare: look at the football (soccer) players national teams since the 1950's to our days (but today, "team" has no more value, only "stars" are of worth, it's true so it's...
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    I add some other possible cause for stature...

    I add some other possible cause for stature increase: less local endogamy?
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    Your are not on hte same path as me. My last...

    Your are not on hte same path as me.
    My last phrase concerned diachronic evolution, not geography or genetic background.
    Have you ever compared in same countries with roughly same ancestry the...
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    I think we may say yes and no. The genes play a...

    I think we may say yes and no.
    The genes play a big role, but food, activity, and other environmental factors are at play too, it has been already discussed.
    The factors which encrease stature are...
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    I thought "Balkan LGM refugia" was a fairy tale.

    I thought "Balkan LGM refugia" was a fairy tale.
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    It's a quite subsidiary question here, almost out...

    It's a quite subsidiary question here, almost out of topic, but Pelasgians were rather Meta-Italic people surely linked to Phillistins and their predecessors in today Greece were kind of I-Ean...
  23. Les auteurs ont ensuite recherché d'éventuelles...

    Les auteurs ont ensuite recherché d'éventuelles relations familiales entre ces individus. Ils ont ainsi montré que seulement onze individus présentent des relations proches (jusqu'au troisième...
  24. Les mesures de datation au radiocarbone ont...

    Les mesures de datation au radiocarbone ont montré que ces squelettes datent de 4200 av. JC. correspondant à la culture Énéolithique (âge du cuivre) de Lasinja. Les analyses anthropologiques ont...
  25. some copy and paste of his blog, a very peaceful...

    some copy and paste of his blog, a very peaceful one indeed:

    La violence est présente dans les sociétés humaines depuis au moins 13.000 ans comme le montrent les différents sites archéologiques...
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