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    Do some of you people even bother to read the...

    Do some of you people even bother to read the papers you say support your conclusions?
    You have some nerve. We always support our opinions based on papers, rather than the rank speculation they must...
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    Sorry, out of juice, but that was a good post.

    Sorry, out of juice, but that was a good post.
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    Well, sorry, but I don't go in much for...

    Well, sorry, but I don't go in much for speculations which are based on no evidence at all.

    If you had read all the papers I cited, you would see that Neolithic people first started building...
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    I know the paper. You need to support your...

    I know the paper. You need to support your specific words with quotes from this paper showing that the Welsh have "orders of magnitude" more relationship to Spaniards than to the English.

    It was a...
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    Please provide links to the paper and list the...

    Please provide links to the paper and list the pages which support the statements above that Wales has orders of magnitude more ancestry related to Spain than other parts of Britain or French...
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    I have no idea what you're talking about, or what...

    I have no idea what you're talking about, or what Blevins is talking about for that matter.

    Of course I am interested in population genetics, otherwise what have I been doing in this hobby for...
  7. ^^Certainly, since not only isn't it a Romance...

    ^^Certainly, since not only isn't it a Romance language, it's not even an Indo-European language.

    Romance speakers have some comprehension of each other's languages because these languages all...
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    Well, that certainly isn't what that huge paper,...

    Well, that certainly isn't what that huge paper, "People of the British Isles" shows. They and the Cornish/people of Devon, are slightly more similar to the northwestern French than other Brits, but...
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    Unless I'm remembering incorrectly, Lazaridis in...

    Unless I'm remembering incorrectly, Lazaridis in the original paper left open the possibility that the Greek speakers came down from the Caucasus, traveled across Anatolia, and reached Greece from...
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    Excuse me, but are you suggesting that posters...

    Excuse me, but are you suggesting that posters aren't allowed to respond to a question which isn't directed specifically at them?

    I know of no such rule.

    Also, perhaps I'm wrong, but I detect...
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    Perhaps I should add that I've never seen an...

    Perhaps I should add that I've never seen an academic study which shows overlap between those two groups.

    I have, however, seen amateur postings on peripheral sites like quora which places...
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    I would refer you to Jovialis' comment and would...

    I would refer you to Jovialis' comment and would just add that Albanians and Tuscans plot "close" to one another but do not overlap. Albanians are to the east of Tuscans; that is due to Slavic...
  13. Morphological Diversity among ancient East Africans

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    https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ajpa.24253

    "Human burials at the Kisese II rockshelter, Tanzania"
    "AbstractObjectivesThe Late Pleistocene and early Holocene in eastern Africa...
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    Formulation of East Asian Populations

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    "Genomic Insights into the Formation of Human Populations in East Asia

    Chuan-Chao Wang,
    Hui-Yuan Yeh,
    […]
    David Reich
  15. Not at all; it just means that India was densely...

    Not at all; it just means that India was densely populated and the steppe " percentages get lower and lower the further into India you go and the lower you go on the caste pyramid.

    What I have...
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    Taleb is trying to say that the Mycenaeans shared...

    Taleb is trying to say that the Mycenaeans shared ancestry with people of the Middle East, and didn't share ancestry with "Nordics", or at least shared less ancestry with Nordics than with people...
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    You're confusing things, I'm afraid. Let's say...

    You're confusing things, I'm afraid. Let's say that in Anatolia there were three groups of farmers. How does that change the fact that only the members of group "A" went into Europe, which seems to...
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    Nassim Taleb is a polemicist, not a geneticist....

    Nassim Taleb is a polemicist, not a geneticist. He doesn't want the Lebanese to be "Arabs" so he makes incorrect claims about the amount of J1 in Lebanon, a claim which Haber had to correct.

    He...
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    I almost like this better than the original, or,...

    I almost like this better than the original, or, let's say, as much as the original, because it puts a different spin on it.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mm9G-tWrxNs
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    Pharoah's Fatal Wounds

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    "https://www.archaeology.org/images/News/2102/Egypt-Seqenenre-Taa-II.jpg(Cairo Egyptian Museum JE 26209(b) CG 61051 SR1/10192)...
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    Million yo Mammoth dna

    This makes it the oldest ancient dna ever sequenced.

    See:
    https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-021-03224-9

    "Temporal genomic data hold great potential for studying evolutionary processes...
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    I couldn't agree more. You've hit all the reasons...

    I couldn't agree more. You've hit all the reasons why he's wrong. It's a toss up whether he doesn't understand the genetics or is just deliberately ignoring it. Everybody in Europe has ancestry from...
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    Here is the proof: Lady Margaret Beaufort, his...

    Here is the proof: Lady Margaret Beaufort, his mother. Even women weren't spared it.

    Poor Margaret; she was treated as a pawn, being married and unmarried by various kings, being sent to her...
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    My apologies: I thought all of the "Beauforts"...

    My apologies: I thought all of the "Beauforts" were R1b of one sort or another.

    "Four of the modern relatives were found to belong to Y-haplogroup R1b-U152 (x L2, Z36, Z56, M160, M126 and...
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    O.T. Amazing how unstereotypically "English"...

    O.T. Amazing how unstereotypically "English" these Plantagnets look: Edward III, John of Gaunt, Henry IV. They all look like cousins of Francois I of France, which I'm sure they were, to some degree....
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