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    sorry, I don't have an extensive knowledge of...

    sorry, I don't have an extensive knowledge of Armenian history, but wasn't Urartu a multilingual and multi-ethnic confederation, where the Armenian language appeared only somewhere in the iron age,...
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    IMO the Armenians are a blend of post-Yamna...

    IMO the Armenians are a blend of post-Yamna herders with local populations, probably post Kura-Araxes.
    I don't think Armenians existed in EBA.
    4,2 ka there was a climate change, big parts of the...
  3. I fancy first a K* split and short after a P*...

    I fancy first a K* split and short after a P* split in northern India, one branch east into Sundaland, another northwest over the Hindu Kush and along the mountain desert frontier toward the Altai...
  4. raising children should be the responsbility of...

    raising children should be the responsbility of both parents
    but men will always be more inclined to put the job first, and women vice versa

    in Belgium the politicians have already spent all the...
  5. evolutionary biology is based on the principle of...

    evolutionary biology is based on the principle of the survival of the fittest
    since the end of WW II - or maybe earlier - that principle doesn't work for humans any more
    testosteron in male biology...
  6. you simply associate masculinity with darker...

    you simply associate masculinity with darker people
    you are wrong and biassed
  7. the 4,5 ka starlike expansion predates the...

    the 4,5 ka starlike expansion predates the historical formation of the Jews, Canaan still belonged to Egypt at that type
    so, it seems unlikely that all descendants of J-460 are Jews
    judging from...
  8. Haplogroup J-Z640 - Genetic Insight into the Levantine Bronze Age

    It is based on extant DNA.
    I'm not keen on such studies, but some may have a special interest in it.
    J-640 experineced as starlike expansion some 4.5 ka

    https://www.yfull.com/tree/J-Z640/
    ...
  9. I notice that UshtIshim has swithced place in the...

    I notice that UshtIshim has swithced place in the pedigree.
    He is depicted as P* instead of NO*.
    P was a wanderer. Some ended up in Sundaland, others in Siberia.
  10. The population history of northeastern Siberia since the pleistocene

    https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-019-1279-z?fbclid=IwAR3zPH-KEHzwV-V_sFSF-ENVo5wrUeNQAXvbfeH6RA2JlTB6cqdctlcRy7o

    Northeastern Siberia has been inhabited by humans for more than 40,000 years...
  11. history repeats itself : the story of the 700 ka...

    history repeats itself : the story of the 700 ka Neandersovans is similar to the story of the 50 ka modern humans
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    could these people be descendants of the 18 ka...

    could these people be descendants of the 18 ka Amur river salmon fishers or from nearby northern Sakhalin?
    these people were not Jomon, but similar
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    first humans arrived in Japan, just 37 ka, and...

    first humans arrived in Japan, just 37 ka, and they were not the Jomon people
    the ancestors of the Jomon lived elsewhere 50 ka, and my guess is in Sundaland, where they were replaced by the...
  14. 541 AD in Egypt the end of the Silk Road? ...

    541 AD in Egypt
    the end of the Silk Road?

    https://www.pnas.org/content/early/2019/06/03/1820447116?fbclid=IwAR1ZUueQMsZ6uXIWZQLuyH15I5JajvZrwrnx7VQxBphd1GvpG-w9iGgCDBA
  15. no surprises it confirms what was known from the...

    no surprises
    it confirms what was known from the archeological record and present distribution of languages and DNA
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    they were better equiped and organized, but when...

    they were better equiped and organized, but when they hit the scene, many parts of the Pontic-Caspian steppes were already empty
    e.g. their descendants, the Srubnaya didn't occupy the whole Pontic...
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    it was more the 4.2 ka climate cold that erased...

    it was more the 4.2 ka climate cold that erased R1b from the steppe
    somehow a small group of Sintashta succeeded to conquer just a few strategic places where there was winter food available for the...
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    Ibn Battuta, the Muslim Marco Polo

    Ibn Battuta traveled the territory of what is now 44 countries, married at least seven times, and wrote the most comprehensive account of 14th-century life around the globe to date.
    ...
  19. a 50 million year old mass grave ... for fish

    https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/article/fossil-school-fish/?fbclid=IwAR1aAYD3r_K6HXsoxXRQbhvfPpu-QbwCzYAJ3P_Wf9apHqZkTV8va1fXcug

    I just like the stone with the image..
    ...
  20. I understand, I have a dog myself. He's cute even...

    I understand, I have a dog myself. He's cute even when he misbehaves.
  21. Somehow the dog convinced you he can stay.

    Somehow the dog convinced you he can stay.
  22. I don't think I have a mutation allowing me to...

    I don't think I have a mutation allowing me to drink camel's milk.
  23. again, half of the elected for EU parliament are...

    again, half of the elected for EU parliament are those who are on retirement or on the retreat in national politics
    the main problem is the high pensions those parliamentaries get
  24. I think it is irresponsable that we all live to...

    I think it is irresponsable that we all live to become 100 years old and obstruct the new youth. It makes no sense.
    Does life make any sense?
  25. today we live in an artificial world, we've...

    today we live in an artificial world, we've turned far away from the rythm of nature
    the framework has gone, but hormones are still at play
    it's hard to find new ways in harmony
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