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  1. Indo-Europeans from Northern India and Central Asia?

    I received a PDF from Academia Edu with the title
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    True. Good advice. I give up for this thread.

    True. Good advice. I give up for this thread.
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    May I name it a 'berezina' or a 'waterloo' or a...

    May I name it a 'berezina' or a 'waterloo' or a 'trafalgar' (for Frenchies)??? So sad... Please, learn methodology.
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    the question is that in more than an IEan today...

    the question is that in more than an IEan today language, the verb 'to be' forms appear as extracted from diverse roots, whatever the cause.
    in Germanic derived languages we cannot associate forms...
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    You are so upset that you cannot explain clearly...

    You are so upset that you cannot explain clearly your point of view. Are you telling us IE tongues waited IA to reach western Europe?
    The BB phenomenon is very curious and we cannot be sure its...
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    this heaping or piling of phonetically...

    this heaping or piling of phonetically heterogenous an false "cognates" or "affiliated words" will never prove anything; for someones I even don't see any possible link - the rare possibilities may...
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    I'm out here for linguistics (tired by people...

    I'm out here for linguistics (tired by people like that). Just a point: even nationalism doesn't allow to distort things in so a way!
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    You amaze me, indeed. You go further than any...

    You amaze me, indeed. You go further than any other linguistics lovers here and elsewhere on fora and blogs.
    And I have some doubts concerning the "ethny" (true or psychologic) and the country of...
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    You run fast and far. Language passed by...

    You run fast and far.
    Language passed by mothers? a shortcut. Maybe the husbands (rather than fathers?) language passed by mothers?
    I think things are not always so straightaway. What is not to say...
  10. I have always thoughts the presence of older...

    I have always thoughts the presence of older branches in a region do'nt prove this region is the cradle of all substream branches of the haplo. For me it could be the mark of a small sub-population...
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    The SOM Seine-Marne-Oise culture of Late...

    The SOM Seine-Marne-Oise culture of Late neolithic in N-E France is supposed to be a continuation of these "German" cultures of M-LN.
    At the typologic level, rugged features in the heterogneous SOM...
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    You communicate what I took for comparisons...

    You communicate what I took for comparisons supposed to convince us about closeness of words. You failed complitely, at the linguistic comparative level. To see that doesn't need knowing a lot of...
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    Lambersky, what you write is funny, full of all...

    Lambersky, what you write is funny, full of all directions research and imagination, but only funny. No debate. No offense.
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    Thanks, Bicicleur2, I was sure I had seen some...

    Thanks, Bicicleur2, I was sure I had seen some thread on a close topic, but I didn't remember its title. A shoot into water.
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    Michelsberger culture middle neolithic

    Here under an abstract (in French) I "robbed" in the Bernard SECHER 's blog. Is it already in some thread here?


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  16. Thread: Origin of R1b

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    Facts are not always sufficient - and supposition...

    Facts are not always sufficient - and supposition remains still supposition - Everybody may say what he thinks. For the confirmations, wait and see.
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    the reconstructions of between forms of Lambersky...

    the reconstructions of between forms of Lambersky are imaginative but don't hold in serious linguistic. BTWN let's not confuse 'nasalisation' of vowels and sonnant nasals (concerning the case of...
  18. Thread: Origin of R1b

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    The place of life of remote ancestors doesn't say...

    The place of life of remote ancestors doesn't say too much about birthplace of remote descendants, helas.
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    Personally I dont link L51 to original CWC. And...

    Personally I dont link L51 to original CWC.
    And Steppics are a reality whatever the linguistic part they took at first.
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    @Gaska: - Davidsky is not perfect but he is far...

    @Gaska:
    - Davidsky is not perfect but he is far to be completely biased and unlogical. Even if I don't follow all his hypothesis in details.
    - presence of ONE Y-R1b 14000 years ago in Italy is not...
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    DOn't disagree: it depends of the définition of...

    DOn't disagree: it depends of the définition of Northern Asia (I discard Northern Sibéria and Eastern Siberia, by example)
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    Gaska, you have not changed! The same as on...

    Gaska, you have not changed! The same as on Eurogenes, if I don't mistake.
    Villabruna seems rather an eastern variant of WHG in Europe (very roughly said, I confess), his Y-haplo is a newcomer...
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    Just speakng of surnames, Scotland is a very bad...

    Just speakng of surnames, Scotland is a very bad example, because a lot of names are the medieval owners ones, often of Normand origin, are formed on placenames of every kind of linguistic origins....
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    Hi, Calum. I doubt Surnames as a whole underwent...

    Hi, Calum.
    I doubt Surnames as a whole underwent replacement or mispronounciation at the same level as placenames (it's even true for other countries).
    Concernng Cornwall, I have some clues...
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    Just some details - Cornwall today is no more...

    Just some details
    - Cornwall today is no more the ancient Celtic country. The Cornish surnames and even the christian names turned into surnames as in Wales are a minority. And I think it goes back...
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