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    Very interesting I have always thought of...

    Very interesting


    I have always thought of ancient / classical Greeks as similar to the Sardinian people with a little more steppe ancestry. The relative proximity between modern Peloponnese and...
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    Berbers from Augéria grouping with Kura-Araxes_ARM

    Berbers from Augéria grouping with Kura-Araxes_ARM
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    Morocco_Iberomaurusian related to Caucasus?

    I was trying to research the groups related to 'MAR_Iberomaurusian' and I had some surprises.


    The component 'MAR_Iberomaurusian' relates mainly to 'MAR_Taforalt' genetics related to the...
  4. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p6I6L8b6mQs&t=1675...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p6I6L8b6mQs&t=1675s
  5. The modern population closest to the first homo-sapiens who colonized Asia?

    Are Jarawas the modern population closest to the first homo-sapiens who colonized Asia? They seem to be 'halfway between' Africans and the rest of the population outside Africa. They are especially...
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    What happened in Bósnia?

    I know that haplogroups do not determine autosomal genetics, but when I went to look at the Bosnian autosomal mix I was hoping to see a much larger amount of WHG based on the exceptional amount of...
  7. Part of the theory you presented is correct, but...

    Part of the theory you presented is correct, but the eneolitic yamnaya had an additional mixture of CHG. Just compare 'RUS_Karelia_HG' to 'RUS_Progress_En'. The Caucasian mixture in the steppes was...
  8. The Portuguese accent spoken in Rio de Janeiro is...

    The Portuguese accent spoken in Rio de Janeiro is more reminiscent of the Portuguese accent.
  9. Do you really read the blog posts and the blog...

    Do you really read the blog posts and the blog author's comments on the posts? It seems not.
  10. Phenotype is the most superficial and variable...

    Phenotype is the most superficial and variable thing. I remembered that case of twins a 'white' and a 'black' children of the same relatives of an interacial relationship. The mediterranean and blond...
  11. From what I know based on the scientific articles...

    From what I know based on the scientific articles you are right, but then why does the Eurogenes blog do everything to soften the genetic influence 'CHG' in the steppe?
  12. I did not understand your participation in the...

    I did not understand your participation in the publication. I asked a question, but instead of answering it, you were hostile to it from the start. Then you said that we were both being arrogant? Be...
  13. I did not understand your participation in the...

    I did not understand your participation in the publication. I asked a question, but instead of answering it, you were hostile to it from the start. Then you said that we were both being arrogant? Be...
  14. Could you explain it better? Thanks.

    Could you explain it better? Thanks.
  15. What do you think about the latest publication on the Eurogenes blog?

    Is the presence of the genetic component 'CHG' in the steppe a consensus? There seems to be a consensus that CHG is a relevant part of the steppe mixture, but in some media - such as Eurogenes - it...
  16. Eu consigo entender 80% do que é dito em...

    Eu consigo entender 80% do que é dito em italiano.

    I can understand 80% of what is said in Italian.
  17. Haplogroup says NOTHING about autosomal genetics....

    Haplogroup says NOTHING about autosomal genetics. It's amazing how people do drama for nothing.
  18. [CITAÇÃO = Duarte; 590878] Reinterpretando o que...

    [CITAÇÃO = Duarte; 590878] Reinterpretando o que eu disse, mesmo que os indivíduos R1a ou R1b tivessem alguma aparência mongol no início, misturas com povos que foram absorvidos no caminho para o...
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    [CITAÇÃO = Angela; 590886] Não concordo mais. É...

    [CITAÇÃO = Angela; 590886] Não concordo mais. É por isso que fico tão irritado com certos pôsteres e sites. Eu não entendo isso.

    I'm not Italian, but I always think of Italy's cultural history as...
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    You threw the facts on the table. I don't...

    You threw the facts on the table. I don't understand why some people are obsessed with northern europe or the steppe. Southern Europe and the near east are amazing on their own merits and are not...
  21. Losing was just a way of saying that the...

    Losing was just a way of saying that the phenotype changed in the process. I know that the genetics and some phenotypic details related to Siberia have not 'disappeared'.
  22. It's not just about determining appearance based...

    It's not just about determining appearance based on Y DNA. Autosomal analyzes show that ANE had / has autosomal and Siberian phenotypic characteristics.
  23. It's not just about determining appearance based...

    It's not just about determining appearance based on Y DNA. Autosomal analyzes show that ANE had / has autosomal and Siberian phenotypic characteristics.
  24. Interesting. Thanks for the answer.

    Interesting. Thanks for the answer.
  25. How did Proto-Indo-Europeans (R* R1b/R1a) lose Mongoloid characteristics?

    The emergence of haplogroup R * is related to the Siberian culture of Mal'ta – Buret '. But it has been shown that the boy from Malta had a Mongoloid phenotype very similar to today's Siberian...
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