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  1. The genomic origins of the Bronze Age Tarim Basin mummies

    They finally tested the genomes of the Tarim mummies and the results are surprising.

    Here's the paper: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-021-04052-7
  2. From which period are they? Neolithic?

    From which period are they? Neolithic?
  3. You do realize that cows aren't wild animals like...

    You do realize that cows aren't wild animals like kangaroos. And 99% of cattle in fields are cows, which can't reproduce without a bull. It's really up to the farmers whether the cows mate with the...
  4. With which company did you test? Each has its own...

    With which company did you test? Each has its own unique ancestry calculator and results.
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    How is that relevant to this discussion about...

    How is that relevant to this discussion about vaccines?
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    Japan has a relatively low rate of covid...

    Japan has a relatively low rate of covid infection, so the delivery of vaccines went first two harder hit countries in Europe and the Americas. From what I read the Olympics will be held without...
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    Poll: Is there any viable third party candidates? I...

    Is there any viable third party candidates? I think that it's mostly the Libertarian and the Green parties. How good is there programme?
  8. I'm not sure if he is going back to space or not....

    I'm not sure if he is going back to space or not. But even if it is not shouldn't change anything for the Earth temperature if it is absorbed by the dark paint or going back into the atmosphere. So...
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    It's good to have an estimate of the age of the...

    It's good to have an estimate of the age of the virus but we still have no clue of where it originated. It could have been anywhere in in Eurasia or North Africa where there were cows.
  10. How can we be sure of the intended purpose of the...

    How can we be sure of the intended purpose of the ramp? I don't think that the ancient Greeks had wheelchairs, so it's equally dubious that the ramp was for the disabled. It may just have been for...
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    Influence of poverty on epigenome

    "Adolescents from disadvantaged neighborhoods show gene regulation differences: Tougher childhood marks genes related to chronic inflammation, tobacco smoke, air pollution and lung cancer --...
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    2 km wide circle found next to Stonehenge

    "Stonehenge: Neolithic monument found near sacred site - BBC News" https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-wiltshire-53132567

    "Archaeologists have discovered a ring of prehistoric shafts, dug...
  13. History of maize cultivation in Mesoamerica

    "Researchers document the first use of maize in Mesoamerica -- ScienceDaily" https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2020/06/200603151158.htm

    "Radiocarbon dating of the skeletal samples shows the...
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    Oldest bows and arrows found in Sri Lanka

    "Discovery of oldest bow and arrow technology in Eurasia: New archaeological research demonstrates earliest projectile technology in the tropical rainforests of Sri Lanka -- ScienceDaily"...
  15. Increased fertility for women with Neanderthal gene

    "Increased fertility for women with Neanderthal gene, study suggests -- ScienceDaily" https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2020/05/200526151738.htm

    "One in three women in Europe inherited the...
  16. The BCG vaccine was developed in France and was...

    The BCG vaccine was developed in France and was obligatory from 1950 to 2007. Almost every adult has been vaccinated, but the death rate in France is just as high as in Italy.
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    I don't want to sound callous and cynical but...

    I don't want to sound callous and cynical but maybe governments aren't tackling the crisis properly on purpose because it's advantageous for them if lots of elderly people die. That's less pensions...
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    Doubtful. There have been many cases in the...

    Doubtful. There have been many cases in the Persian Gulf and the temperature in places like Kuwait and Bahrain is close to 30°C now.
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    How accurate are you 23andme traits?

    In my case about one third of the traits are wrong. I'd think that DNA could predict more accurately what people look like or whether they like cilantro or have photic sneeze reflex. What's the point...
  20. Cousin marriage is most common in the Muslim...

    Cousin marriage is most common in the Muslim world. If it's not intentionally designed to keep the population stupid enough to avoid challenging religious teachings, it certainly does the trick.
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    It looks like diabetes affects less obese people...

    It looks like diabetes affects less obese people in cold countries like Canada and northern Europe. It's in hot countries that diabetes is becoming the most common, including the Middle East, India...
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    Have you tried clearing your browser cookies?

    Have you tried clearing your browser cookies?
  23. Computers already do a great job at counseling...

    Computers already do a great job at counseling people for all kinds of things.
  24. Lots of E1b1b and no other Y-DNA from the Middle...

    Lots of E1b1b and no other Y-DNA from the Middle East. But the mtDNA has K1a, HV1b and T2 from the Middle East.
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    Not all calories are equal. It is sugar that...

    Not all calories are equal. It is sugar that fattens.
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