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    Complicating matters further is that under...

    Complicating matters further is that under halachic law, Judaism was passed along the paternal line until ~1000 A.D. Now, it is passed along the maternal line.
  2. I would use some caution. This is the latest...

    I would use some caution. This is the latest paradigm of the day. Just a year ago, the components were different. There is much more work to be done. Even the adherents to this theory admit that...
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    I don't mean to pile on, as others have...

    I don't mean to pile on, as others have thoroughly and thoughtfully debunked this statement. But do you see what I mean when I talk about examples of ubermensch fantasies?

    Keep in mind too, that...
  4. You have a healthy attitude about them. In my...

    You have a healthy attitude about them. In my experience, most people on the web do not. They view them as gospel truth, and use them to support whatever theory they are pushing.
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    Poll: I am literally speechless that another study came...

    I am literally speechless that another study came out that casts major doubt on the validity of admixture tests! I just posted about another one on this thread:
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  6. A Major Word of Caution About Ethnicity & Admixture Calculators

    I've posted it before: the "science" behind so-called "admixture calculators" can't yet be called that. The validity of the output data is getting there, and will get there eventually, but it's not...
  7. I can't tell if you are joking or being serious....

    I can't tell if you are joking or being serious.

    You do understand this thread is about how you get a false appearance with the benefit of hindsight?
  8. A landmark new study with a wealth of aDNA has...

    A landmark new study with a wealth of aDNA has emphasized the concepts I articulated on this thread.
  9. Demographics, Caution, and the Orthodoxy: The Posth Study on Euro mtDNA

    If someone had posted here that mtDNA Haplogroup M had been present in Europe, they would have likely experienced the Internet Age equivalent of being shouted down.

    Why? Challenging the...
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    Maciamo, I respect what you have created here a...

    Maciamo, I respect what you have created here a lot. Your maps are incredible sources for so many of us; I appreciate this forum; and you clearly have a passion and a lot of knowledge.

    But...
  11. Ah, the we found one example from the modern...

    Ah, the we found one example from the modern world, so it must be true in prehistory theme.

    Again: if a place had

    5000 hunter gatherers bearing Haplogroup A

    then

    10000 farmers bearing...
  12. With all due respect, your exercise is void ab...

    With all due respect, your exercise is void ab initio. There are no (few) groups in the world where the beginning population was precisely and neatly and evenly divided amongs haplogroups.
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    Hmm. You lost me again. Are you proposing that...

    Hmm. You lost me again. Are you proposing that entire nations are descended from a small number of kings? How many were allowed to have kids?

    No one ever rose up because they were denied this...
  14. I'm afraid you've entirely missed the point. ...

    I'm afraid you've entirely missed the point.

    In a population size of 30,000 (or 1 million), there will be different haplogroups and different clades and subclades. (Remember haplogroups are a...
  15. Now, now, there is no need for sarcasm. Many of...

    Now, now, there is no need for sarcasm. Many of us have read books for a long time, but sometime we require reminders about their contents. And I am unaware of any reason why posting longer on one...
  16. Finland is another example of this. Thanks for...

    Finland is another example of this. Thanks for mentioning it. It is isolated, and although wars have been fought, it's nowhere near the situation of a Sicily or Cyprus.

    Dienekes has posted a lot...
  17. Understanding Which Ancient DNA Lineages Survived to Modern Times

    The following was posted on another thread, where it was slightly off topic, so I am relocating it here:

    The following exercise will help people conceptualize which ancient DNA patrilines and...
  18. Italy is in the center of the Mediterranean,...

    Italy is in the center of the Mediterranean, which was the "superhighway" of the ancient world. It has been invaded by countless people: Neandertals, Cro-Magnons, Hunter Gatherers, Farmers, Herders,...
  19. Cavalli Sforza wrote chapters in his seminal...

    Cavalli Sforza wrote chapters in his seminal books, on how important it in in genetics, to understand the difference between expansions and what he called "impansions."

    He wrote more on...
  20. Hmmm. You lost me there. I don't understand...

    Hmmm. You lost me there. I don't understand what you mean by "became royal." Could you model it out for us?

    Let's say Ireland had 5,000 hunter gatherers (or none) (C1). Then it had 10,000...
  21. Sile, based on your first point, I can't tell if...

    Sile, based on your first point, I can't tell if you are joking or being serious. But I will address your second point.

    The population of hunter gatherers was tiny. It is always tiny, when...
  22. You lost me on the first point. Are you trying...

    You lost me on the first point. Are you trying to say Catholicism is a gene? Because both the R1b mutation and LP are.

    Your maps by the way show non-Euro LP, which is controlled by entirely...
  23. What were we saying about R1b sex fantasies...

    What were we saying about R1b sex fantasies again?

    The paper that is the subject of this post emphatically stressed that your notions above were NOT the case. Please read it.

    It emphasized...
  24. Hot off the press comes a paper that seems to my...

    Hot off the press comes a paper that seems to my very amateur layperson's eye to confirm much of what I posted above.

    The authors state

    -that R1b in Ireland seems scientifically correlated...
  25. New Study Shows MASSIVE Ancient BA Immigration Into Ireland

    How very timely: "Origins of the Irish down to mass migration, ancient DNA confirms"

    The study found R1b in Ireland to be the result of mass immigration (and not elite dominance).
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