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  1. Not all GAC were even light in any regard. a...

    Not all GAC were even light in any regard. a large sample size (by aDNA standards) were almost uniformly dark skinned, dark haired and dark eyed.


    https://www.pnas.org/content/116/22/10705
  2. ^ required or not, it was the "original" blond...

    ^ required or not, it was the "original" blond allele and just what AfontovaGora/Motala/Samara/GAC/CWC/Indo Iranian nomads happened to carry. new blond genes that have arisen long afterward...
  3. does not account for speed of evolution in MLBA...

    does not account for speed of evolution in MLBA Eurasia and I need a source for your second overarching statement


    blondism at this stage was the same old rs12821256 mutation from Afontova Gora,...
  4. but perhaps only if male. sex selective...

    but perhaps only if male. sex selective infanticide is noted in several anthropological documentations of human cultures, and seems to have been especially common in northern latitudes (among...
  5. the original allele for blond hair did not...

    the original allele for blond hair did not originate in Europe but in East Eurasia and is found in the +14,000y Afontova Gora 3 specimen.






    blond hair and other light pigmentation traits...
  6. The Mende people, like most West Africans, don't...

    The Mende people, like most West Africans, don't really have any archaic physical features besides lower facial prognathism, which existed among early modern humans in the fossil record. Carleton...
  7. No. None of these people can drink milk. They...

    No.
    None of these people can drink milk. They don't drink milk they drink Kumiss-type beverages and dried milk paste, which is fermented (fermentation destroy lactose.)

    Even lactose tolerant...
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    Nobody said anything about linking modern...

    Nobody said anything about linking modern percentages of ANE or R1b-L21 to blond hair. I said the Yenisei-to-Lake Baikal region was the birthplace of blond hair and that it historically was more...
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    Markod -- I see reading is not your forte. Did...

    Markod -- I see reading is not your forte. Did you see the part where I also said they have West Eurasian ancestry?


    Recap:

    Afontova Gora are ANE.

    Afontova Gora are genetically West...
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    The AG are ANE and they have less than 10% East...

    The AG are ANE and they have less than 10% East Eurasian ancestry. ANE has nothing to do with "East" or "West Eurasia".
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    Not Afontova Gora 2 & 3. You're referring to...

    Not Afontova Gora 2 & 3. You're referring to Mal'ta-Buret 1, which did have about 25% East Eurasian admix. Afontova Gora didn't really have any, and were essentially fully West Eurasian.



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    Why are you linking this to geography? Afontova...

    Why are you linking this to geography? Afontova Gora was essentially fully "West Eurasian" genetically, but the blond hair allele undoubtedly evolved in East Eurasia. There are no blond hairs in...
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    I see. Well, on page 1, we are in agreement: ...

    I see. Well, on page 1, we are in agreement:

    https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/34052-The-genomic-history-of-southeastern-Europe-Mathiesen-et-al?p=508123&viewfull=1#post508123



    I could...
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    Ok, thank you for clarifying that you were...

    Ok, thank you for clarifying that you were talking about the Eupedia forum search function rather than the Eupedia site. I will assume you have an encyclopedic knowledge of every discussion that has...
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    I did read what you said carefully and I also...

    I did read what you said carefully and I also used the search function. Very disappointing. The Eupedia files are outdated and do not contain links to the Mathieson et. al paper which I published....
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    ^ I don't think it's a typo; it's not far from...

    ^ I don't think it's a typo; it's not far from Lake Baikal (especially not in terms of hunter gatherer mobility) and it's the only major geographical feature to link AG to.

    ...
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    Now with all due respect to mother Angela, I...

    Now with all due respect to mother Angela, I would just like to re-emphasize:
    http://biorxiv.org/content/early/2017/05/09/135616




    The following is an excerpt from David Reich's recent book:
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    Afontova Gora was a "STEPPE" person. None of the...

    Afontova Gora was a "STEPPE" person. None of the groups you mentioned are "original Indo-Europeans." They are proposed as being proto-Indo Europeans -- they also didn't directly contribute to Western...
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    Blond hair comes from the steppe. The oldest...

    Blond hair comes from the steppe. The oldest remains with blond hair SNPs are Afontova Gora 3, from near Mongolia. Steppe admixture in Europeans correlates with the spread of blond hair; and the...
  20. He doesn't know what he's talking about....

    He doesn't know what he's talking about. Neanderthals were further north than homo sapiens and with Levallois tools. The Levalloisio-Mousterian toolkit was the most effective ever designed in the...
  21. No there is a thorax and a handful of ribs which...

    No there is a thorax and a handful of ribs which you can't make any observations from; Kebara is the only Neanderthal specimen with a complete set of ribs.

    Furthermore, Feldhofer 1 is a...
  22. [QUOTE=markod;563278] It's literally in the...

    It's literally in the paper you cited.



    No. You are ignorant. Read the supplemental data:
    ...
  23. https://www.britannica.com/place/Amud-anthropologi...

    https://www.britannica.com/place/Amud-anthropological-and-archaeological-site-Israel

    https://www.jstor.org/stable/25757530?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents
  24. No, just your delusions. No Neanderthal skeleton...

    No, just your delusions. No Neanderthal skeleton has ever yielded a set of ribs other tha Kebara. The CT analysis of Kebara disproves old notions about Neanderthal ribcages, which has been based on...
  25. [QUOTE=markod;563272] They didn't, you are...

    They didn't, you are name dropping an author who's study you didn't pay attention to.






    Not in cranial shape. We are talking about cranial shape. Neanderthal cranial form is derived and...
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