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    Gianfranco probably has legitimate evidence that...

    Gianfranco probably has legitimate evidence that the Basque language has been surrounded by IE for 5000 years. Then again, very little would surprise me nowadays, language research probably attracts...
  2. Every semi-successful forum gets infiltrated with...

    Every semi-successful forum gets infiltrated with varying degrees of success.
  3. They are all terminal except for R1b-* which is...

    They are all terminal except for R1b-* which is the sum of all R1b haplogroups. Downstream haplogroups are placed in the proper upstream. !ISOGG are R- haplogroups not listed on ISOGG or YFull.
  4. It's my understanding that there's more M269 then...

    It's my understanding that there's more M269 then there should be, there are a wide variety of explanations for this.

    1. People taking the 12 marker test (which is no longer available)
    2. I've...
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    Most European nations are dictatorships without...

    Most European nations are dictatorships without freedom of speech, and I predict we'll see the end of freedom of speech in the USA around 2028. It's laughable to call Trump a dictator while the 1st...
  6. Old news it appears, I remember reading about...

    Old news it appears, I remember reading about this subject before.

    As for the whole spear advantage, it's an interesting theory, but if you look at the big picture it was more likely that the...
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    That's not a very good source, it doesn't mention...

    That's not a very good source, it doesn't mention specific finds and also doesn't give a date, just 'late stone age'. You're quoting a vague summary of a vague summary.




    What makes you think...
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    Source?!? I looked but can't find anything. ...

    Source?!? I looked but can't find anything.

    From Wikipedia:


    A large wine jar was found in Iran dating back to 5000 BC, but many cultures quickly forbid intoxication, so the making of wine...
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    That's a grossly inadequate summary of the...

    That's a grossly inadequate summary of the available information on the history of alcohol. I suggest you continue to educate yourself.
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    My point is that it is relevant. The...

    My point is that it is relevant. The Indo-Europeans could have taken over the entire continent by selling wine to the indigenous Europeans, yup, in bell shaped vases. It's still unclear what role...
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    Humans alone in universe

    http://www.foxnews.com/science/2018/06/25/depressing-study-suggests-humans-are-alone-in-universe.html

    A new study calculated that there's a 30% chance that humans are the only intelligent lifeform...
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    Informed people know that the Y chromosome plays...

    Informed people know that the Y chromosome plays a role in alcoholism. Alcoholism continues to kill millions and cripple Native American populations to this day.
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    I'm not sure what the weird smiley is about. ...

    I'm not sure what the weird smiley is about.

    It's possible that Y-DNA gives some protection against disease, and it most certainly plays a role in alcoholism. The invention of wine is believed to...
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    Roads are probably an alternative to horses, but...

    Roads are probably an alternative to horses, but horses are likely still a requirement for genocidal war, as it made war easier and more profitable.

    If Amerindians had horses we might have seen...
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    Another waste of academic resources. Obviously...

    Another waste of academic resources. Obviously the horse was domesticated 7000 years ago, arguably warfare was impossible without them.
  16. Back in the days rulers were very clear about...

    Back in the days rulers were very clear about what they expected of their subjects, though this often resulted in resentment.

    As politics evolved it became clear that a subjected people cannot be...
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    Beakers first showing up in Iberia pretty much...

    Beakers first showing up in Iberia pretty much guarantees they came from North Africa, almost no ancient DNA from that region though.
  18. If I prove it, does that mean Jovialis has to...

    If I prove it, does that mean Jovialis has to post an apology?

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anders_Behring_Breivik#Breivik's_testimony

    Based on the Wikipedia article ABB has 3 small cells, in...
  19. It takes 1 minute of googling to find out it's...

    It takes 1 minute of googling to find out it's fake news. I suggest you do your own research, also, calculate how many people a government could hire to manipulate public opinion on the Internet with...
  20. China pulls books that are incompatible with the...

    China pulls books that are incompatible with the state ideology from online stores, Europe does the same. Of course Europe says it's combating hate speech, but it's still political censorship, and...
  21. Europe has its own pervasive censorship and...

    Europe has its own pervasive censorship and mass-indoctrination of falsehoods nowadays, supported by a horde of well-meaning idiots. China is no different, but I foresee Europe reaching the same...
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    Welcome, H2a is most common in Scandinavia...

    Welcome,

    H2a is most common in Scandinavia (around 7% in Sweden) and Saudi Arabia where it reaches 5%. So it might be linked to the IJ Y-DNA haplogroup.

    H2ab3 is not a valid mtDNA haplogroup....
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    The proper scientific approach is to carefully...

    The proper scientific approach is to carefully record and organize all the available data and make it easily accessible. Having discussions about narrow interpretations of carefully selected facts...
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    The large Y haplogroups in Europe bottleneck...

    The large Y haplogroups in Europe bottleneck around 3000 BC. For example, 99% of R1a Turks, Russians, and Indians share common descent 5500 years ago. Your argument would hold ground for MtDNA, but...
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    I've got a H1 subclade table posted here: ...

    I've got a H1 subclade table posted here:

    https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/36143-2018-FtDNA-mtDNA-H-table-(17K-samples)?p=543173&viewfull=1#post543173

    H1c peaks at 3.88% in Portugal and...
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