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    The logic is circular, since in most cases...

    The logic is circular, since in most cases archeologists did not test the genetics of the bodies they found and assumed that if one was found with a sword, it must be male. They made the same...
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    There was no cultural discontinuity between...

    There was no cultural discontinuity between Hallstatt and La Tene. Scholars have agreed on a specific date after which the culture was to be referred to as La Tene rather than Halstatt, and the...
  3. I don't think you're going to find any linguists ...

    I don't think you're going to find any linguists who agree with most of your ideas. Turkish belongs to the Altaic language group, which is very different from the Indo-European language group, and...
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    I've always believed that crop farming must have...

    I've always believed that crop farming must have started in fertile river valleys that had enough fish and wild edible plants to allow people to live in one spot for several generations. When their...
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    I can remember a time before size zero was...

    I can remember a time before size zero was invented and models weren't as skinny as they are now, but they were still thinner and taller than the average woman. And owners of high fashion businesses...
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    Although there are slightly fewer than 14 million...

    Although there are slightly fewer than 14 million people in Ontario, there are actually one or two that I've never met and dozens who I don't know well. As far as I know, I've never actually met...
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    Are you saying that it would have been impossible...

    Are you saying that it would have been impossible for Subsaharan Africans to become darker than their ancestors? I've noticed that while one sees a variety of skin shades among Mediterranean...
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    Whose theory? Name me one geneticist who agrees...

    Whose theory? Name me one geneticist who agrees with such nonsense. Subsaharan Africans evolved in Subsaharan Africa. And, as has already been explained to you repeatedly, Subsaharan Africans with...
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    And, with the exception of a few small "Negrito"...

    And, with the exception of a few small "Negrito" populations, Australoids do not "possess the suite of typical Negroid physical characteristics". Nor do they have the typical "Negroid" Y DNA types...
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    You won't find Y haplotype C in Sub-Saharan...

    You won't find Y haplotype C in Sub-Saharan Africa in any measurable amounts because it isn't associated with the Negroid type. For a (very) basic understanding of Y DNA, please visit this website. ...
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    I think I now understand what people in the...

    I think I now understand what people in the northeastern U.S. are referring to when they talk about someone having "a southern education".
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    You seem to have difficulty understanding what I...

    You seem to have difficulty understanding what I said. Yes, all races originate from early modern humans who lived in Africa, but that does not mean that the current populations that physical...
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    The whole point of your theory is an idea that...

    The whole point of your theory is an idea that any physical anthropologist will tell you is incorrect. It is not true that all races started off as Negroid. All races started off as early humans,...
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    Melancon, if you are a professional forensic...

    Melancon, if you are a professional forensic anthropologist, why did you not know that forensic anthropologists use four main racial classifications? You stated that the Australoid type is a...
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    No. I realize that if one relies on certain...

    No. I realize that if one relies on certain Wikipedia entries, one would think that the Australoid physical type is a subdivision of the Negroid type, but any physical anthropologist would tell you...
  16. I find the red pigment to be interesting. Red...

    I find the red pigment to be interesting. Red ochre has been found on the bones of Neanderthals. Archeologists have speculated that it could be some means of suggesting that the person still lives...
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    That's okay. I don't take anything you say...

    That's okay. I don't take anything you say seriously anyway.

    While it's true that the analysis that Maju provided on such a serious and complex issue was both inflammatory and simplistic, your...
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    The U.S. is in fact a two party system that is...

    The U.S. is in fact a two party system that is controlled by the rich, rather than being a multiparty democracy, which may explain why the U.S. has the most income inequity and the second least...
  19. A medical doctor once told me that before World...

    A medical doctor once told me that before World War II, doctors used a variety of antibiotics that were very affective - part of the time. The problem is that an herbal remedy, for example, cannot...
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    Actually, to the extent that anthropologists...

    Actually, to the extent that anthropologists still use the concept of race, Australoid is one of the four or five major racial groups that they use. Australoids are considered to be the first group...
  21. There are various maps and various theories about...

    There are various maps and various theories about who the Bell Beaker folk were and where they came from. If you explore this site, you'll find Maciamo's views on the matter. I believe he sees BB...
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    I don't think it's possible to explain the...

    I don't think it's possible to explain the linquistic diversity of Native North American languages. Genetics and archeology, when considered together, suggest that the Americas were originally...
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    That map seems to suggest that R-L21 formed as a...

    That map seems to suggest that R-L21 formed as a distinct subclade in what is now Britain and Ireland and spread south and east from there. Although I know most people on this forum will take the...
  24. I don't see what the problem is. Georgians...

    I don't see what the problem is. Georgians appear to already be the well mixed people of the future that we've been discussing.
  25. My own personal view is that the people who...

    My own personal view is that the people who arrived in Britain from the sea about 4500 years ago were the Bell Beaker R1b folk. However, here at the Europe Forum, such a point of view is considered...
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