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  1. Thread: IJK haplogroup

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    Also, from your response I got the impression (...

    Also, from your response I got the impression ( and please excuse me if it's not the case ) that you were unaware that several Y haplogroups do not carry the mutations of their supposed predecessors...
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    Oh internet....First of all you'e conflating yDNA...

    Oh internet....First of all you'e conflating yDNA haplogroups with whole genome ancestry, big mistake. A couple of Balkan states have high amounts of I2a, which is certainly a Paleolithic...
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    Actually, no. It doesn't mean that at all...

    Actually, no. It doesn't mean that at all...
  4. Thread: Haplogroup H7 ?

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    bump?? I found ONE distribution map of it once,...

    bump?? I found ONE distribution map of it once, on the (now apparently defunct) dna-forums.org
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    Well the I2b1 population in Ireland is just so...

    Well the I2b1 population in Ireland is just so minuscule, I guess I don't see the relevance. Of course, I think that if you're seeking explanations for Irish I2b1, it would be hard not to suspect...
  6. That's the thing; they can't make up their mind...

    That's the thing; they can't make up their mind what Cro-Mag means, they did decide that it means something else for Europeans than it means for everyone else, then they decided that it wasn't an...
  7. Thread: IJK haplogroup

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    No, I'm not mixed up at all. I am puzzled why...

    No, I'm not mixed up at all. I am puzzled why you'd think that anyone here wouldn't already know what you just offered here, albeit in a miscontextualized and misleading manner.

    IJK, IJ, and I*...
  8. Thread: IJK haplogroup

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    Actually I'm pretty sure that neither IJ or IJK...

    Actually I'm pretty sure that neither IJ or IJK have actually been observed or found in anyone ever. They are haplogroups which have just been hypothesized to exist, so as to be able to tie them to...
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    I don't understand why all this clamor about I2b1...

    I don't understand why all this clamor about I2b1 in Ireland. I2b1 if quite rare in Ireland, Ulster or otherwise. I guess I just don't understand why we're splitting hairs over I2b1 in Scotland and...
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    I am I2b1* from the United States. My ancestors...

    I am I2b1* from the United States. My ancestors were English Cavaliers who migrated to the Virginia Colony.
  11. Yeah, I think the Paleolithic Continuity Paradigm...

    Yeah, I think the Paleolithic Continuity Paradigm advocates, once ridiculed, are becoming more and more validated with time.
  12. :petrified: Surely he was joking... I'm...

    :petrified: Surely he was joking... I'm unrestrained by orthodoxy as they come, but THIS guy, wow!! Nordics are CMs who are like Ashkenazi Jews who are like Neanderhtals who are like Greek Titans...
  13. Dienekes is that last person who needs to be...

    Dienekes is that last person who needs to be casting aspersions about "inventing" anything.
  14. According to Ken Nordtvedt, probably the most...

    According to Ken Nordtvedt, probably the most active yDNA hg I researcher:


    Just sayin....
  15. Your assertion is "surely" based on a false...

    Your assertion is "surely" based on a false assumption. And no, even if all yDNA and mtDNA hgs were Afro Sapiens in origin this does not "put a limit on the amount of autosomal DNA" Neanderthals...
  16. You're trying to play a semantics game. The fact...

    You're trying to play a semantics game. The fact that IJ and IJK have never been observed means that they have been hypothesized. I APPEARS TO be tied to J but that merely reinforces MY point...
  17. Funny how now that the Neanderthal issue has been...

    Funny how now that the Neanderthal issue has been raised they have juggled back and forth on what a "Cro-Magnon" actually is. Apparently it was decided a "Cro-Magnon" means something different in...
  18. It could be worse. I mean, at least he's not...

    It could be worse. I mean, at least he's not Gould or Boas :laughing:
  19. Another interesting item is the "disappearance"...

    Another interesting item is the "disappearance" of Neanderthal, which supposedly happened at the end of the 10-25k year era during which Cro-Magnon and Neanderthal coexisted in civilizations. They...
  20. I can verify this.

    I can verify this.
  21. Incorrect. Neanderthal did carry genes for light...

    Incorrect. Neanderthal did carry genes for light eyes and light hair (particularly red). Modern Europeans have that gene. PC placating geneticists try to deny this by asserting that it's not the...
  22. IJ and IJK haplogroups have never been found in...

    IJ and IJK haplogroups have never been found in nature, they've never been seen anywhere. They have just been "theorized" to exist, in order to explain the existence of haplogroup I, which is not...
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    well, if your theory is true, then if we go...

    well, if your theory is true, then if we go somewhere else, where blacks aren't "oppressed", then there should be less black crime... funny i don't know of a single place where blacks don't...
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    very, very interesting... so the mtDNA of vikings...

    very, very interesting... so the mtDNA of vikings is shared with the israeli druze... it makes sense when contextualized with the leading theory that the I yDNA haplogroups(which i belong to) were...
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