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  1. Why care what he tries to “claim”? He’s not an...

    Why care what he tries to “claim”? He’s not an authority, researcher, or scientist.

    PaleoRevenge is a completely random guy on the internet talking nonsense. His persona revolves around having an...
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    Ukraine never wanted this war, therefore they are...

    Ukraine never wanted this war, therefore they are innocent, but if we are to assume that you're correct in saying "Ukraine is not innocent"; how would that change our support of them? A few Azov Nazi...
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    This is why the West should focus on working with...

    This is why the West should focus on working with poor European countries that actually have potential, not Middle Eastern dictatorships subject to sporadic civil wars/regime changes.

    America’s...
  4. Anecdotal contribution: My father originally...

    Anecdotal contribution:

    My father originally from Kosovo was shocked during his travels in Albania in the early 90’s when people had difficulty understanding him. It’s not only the accent, but the...
  5. Whoops. Thought my reply to this went through....

    Whoops. Thought my reply to this went through. Thank you for the clarification, Hawk.

    Bulgarians are one of the highest E-V13 South Slavs, so this theory makes sense at filling in the gaps.
  6. Excine, pretty much every Balkan thread ends up...

    Excine, pretty much every Balkan thread ends up like this.

    Anyways, I don't see why he's so infatuated with toilets in every reply. Maybe that's from where he is typing?:laughing::laughing:
  7. When the debate is lost, slander becomes the tool...

    When the debate is lost, slander becomes the tool of the loser.
  8. That's not how this works. When someone asks you...

    That's not how this works. When someone asks you for scientific evidence to prove your claim on what Illyrian autosomal DNA looks like, you simply provide it, not defensively dance around the...
  9. I'm sorry, but how exactly do you know the...

    I'm sorry, but how exactly do you know the autosomal DNA of Illyrians when scientists themselves don't? Are there studies I'm unaware of?

    Please link reliable sources. This entire thread is...
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    How would one look up the genetic diversity of...

    How would one look up the genetic diversity of E-V13 in Armenians? Is there a database available?

    Kurds and Armenians have lived alongside one another for centuries (and likely longer) so it...
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    20% R1B in Yezidis while only 4% in Kurds,...

    20% R1B in Yezidis while only 4% in Kurds, despite being the same ethnicity?

    That’s quite the discrepancy. E1B is within normal variation between the two groups.
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    E-V13 in Iraqi Kurdistan is atypical, but not too...

    E-V13 in Iraqi Kurdistan is atypical, but not too surprising.

    Illyrian-Thracian soldiers in the Roman Empire and Alexander the Great's army are the main reason E-V13 spread far and wide.
  13. That's fascinating! Glad to see they're doing...

    That's fascinating! Glad to see they're doing this work.

    Yes, my father is Albanian from Kosovo.
  14. Said studies do exist, Excine. ...

    Said studies do exist, Excine.

    Mycenean/Ancient Greeks:"We generated genome-wide data from 19 ancient individuals. . . We estimated FST of Bronze Age populations with present-day West Eurasians,...
  15. Hello Hawk, In your opinion, what is...

    Hello Hawk,

    In your opinion, what is preventing scientists in the Balkans (or anyone else) from finding and examining Ancient Illyrian skeletons to 1) Analyze their DNA 2) Compare to modern...
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