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  1. It's very odd. I'm assuming that's based on...

    It's very odd. I'm assuming that's based on coordinates from the paper. It would be helpful if someone would provide them because I can't find an archaeological site named Logkas anywhere in...
  2. Whoever did that it's absolute nonsense. The...

    Whoever did that it's absolute nonsense. The highest steppe in these samples is 46%. What kind of junk are people passing around?
  3. I also think that North African and Italian Jews...

    I also think that North African and Italian Jews have practiced the strictest endogamy of any Jewish groups of which I'm aware.
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    Unprecedented rise in homicides in major US...

    Unprecedented rise in homicides in major US cities in 2020. So much for the idiots who bought into this whole Defund the Police nonsense. I guarantee you most of the murders were in inner cities or...
  5. Sexual habits and certain kinds of cancer

    Perhaps they should post this on high school and university bulletin boards

    https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/12/well/live/sex-hpv-cancer.html?auth=login-email&login=email&smid=tw-share
  6. Sultan's grave discovered in eastern Turkey

    Given how old it is it might help us understand better how much "Mongolian" there actually was in the Turks by the time they got to Turkey.
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    Gino's Italian Express

    It's exploring parts of Northern Italy this time; Milano to Treviglio to Bergamo. His charm doesn't work as well there from what I can see. Wouldn't have worked with my chef uncles either I'm afraid....
  8. I ran the samples through the K13 Modern so there...

    I ran the samples through the K13 Modern so there would be no squawking from other places.



    Distance to:
    Greece_MBA_Log02


    3.95887610
    Tuscan
  9. I think I'm missing the outlier from the...

    I think I'm missing the outlier from the Lazaridis paper, the one from a later period in Crete to whom I was pretty close.



    Distance to:
    Angela


    7.68359942
    Greece_MBA_Log02
  10. Steppe ancestry in Single Grave Culture of the Neolithic

    See:
    Genomic Steppe ancestry in skeletons from the Neolithic Single Grave Culture in Denmark

    Anne Friis-Holm Egfjord,
    Ashot Margaryan,
    Anders Fischer,
    Karl-Göran Sjögren,
    T. Douglas...
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    Poll: I already posted mine (post #101). If that were...

    I already posted mine (post #101). If that were true, I'd have the ideology of Bernie Sanders, which is absurd. I don't agree with anything that comes out of his moutht

    As concerns, and empathy,...
  12. I don't know. I do know that there is a youtube...

    I don't know. I do know that there is a youtube video of one of her presentations at a conference.

    If it is the same one, it's from 2015, same year as Haak et al came out, yet it's never been...
  13. So, they had arrived in "Northern" Greece around...

    So, they had arrived in "Northern" Greece around 2600-2000 BC.

    Where in northern Greece? How far north?

    When did they arrive in the Peleponnese?

    Are the samples in the paper high class or...
  14. Am I not awake yet? Looks to me like two have...

    Am I not awake yet?

    Looks to me like two have tiny amounts of steppe, one has 33% and one 46%, about the amount in, say, the modern English?

    So, not yet a homogenized society it seems to me.
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    I think perhaps it's time to go back to the...

    I think perhaps it's time to go back to the paper, and to the Lazaridis one.

    The authors here specifically state that this new SAT sample is very similar to Dzudzuana, which was 28% Basal...
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    Vegetable soup with pastina

    This is perhaps the easiest soup in the world to prepare, and one of the healthiest. It's the first "solid" food people in my area of Italy give their children, usually around six months.

    If...
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    Just great. Possible link between Covid 19...

    Just great.

    Possible link between Covid 19 serious infection and early onset Parkinson's Disease. Apparently it happens to those who lose their sense of smell. It's also reported that some...
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    Oldest know song of all time

    Well, it's not the earliest "known" song, but it's the earliest we can play and thus know what it sounded like, because the lyre positions were diagramed on a clay tablet.

    It's Hurrian, and quite...
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    That's exactly how I see it, as I said above,...

    That's exactly how I see it, as I said above, i.e. a bifurcation somewhere near India. That's how they had no Neanderthal. I might bet on H instead of G though.

    E is too young in West Eurasia to...
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    Anyone know the date of the oldest "E" ydna found...

    Anyone know the date of the oldest "E" ydna found in Eurasia, because we're talking here about the Caucasus 25,000 years ago. Also, wasn't Dzudzuana "C"? As the paper informs us, that sample and this...
  21. Comparing ancient and modern populations-How to do a better job.

    See:
    https://www.genetics.org/content/208/1/383

    Sounds good to me. Thanks to Iosif Lazaridis for the heads up.

    "Genetic material sequenced from ancient samples is revolutionizing our...
  22. Faces of Scythian "King" and "Queen" reconstructed

    Of course, these are the "Eastern Scythians", not the Western ones who had intermingled and often come out quite "Mediterranean" like. I get a relatively high match with one of them myself.

    See:...
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    Good thing, since there are reports of people...

    Good thing, since there are reports of people getting serious disease after the first shot.

    Dagne raised an interesting point, though; do any of them actually prevent infection or just lessen...
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    I highly doubt it was "E". Recent papers have...

    I highly doubt it was "E".

    Recent papers have shown that at the LGM people huddled in certain refuges. Drift could of course be part of why certain y lines predominate, and there might have been...
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    I'm not so fond of that one, although the only...

    I'm not so fond of that one, although the only thing "wrong" in my opinion is that the eyes are too close together. It's more the expression in the eyes, or lack of expression, that I find wanting. ...
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