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  1. I think we can lay to rest the idea that J2b was...

    I think we can lay to rest the idea that J2b was a founding lineage of the Etruscan=

    Maciamo's chart shows 52.5 percent R1b in Tuscany. Combined J1 and J2 is 13.5%.
  2. They're pure Slav because the Slav migrations...

    They're pure Slav because the Slav migrations south started from there, and they have very little Central European Anatolian farmer. Look them up for goodness' sakes. The area was populated by Slavic...
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    Sorry to say, but I'm no longer much interested...

    Sorry to say, but I'm no longer much interested in modeling using strictly modern populations anymore.

    We know at the outset that this model is incorrect from the Limes paper we've been...
  4. Maybe this got buried when a new page opened. ...

    Maybe this got buried when a new page opened.

    "We then tried to model the present-day groups as a two-way model. Similar to the modelling of 10th century individuals from Kuline (supplementary...
  5. Well, if you HAD read the paper you would know...

    Well, if you HAD read the paper you would know that they DID take into account that there were people in Viminiacum from all over the Empire, a more Anatolian Chalcolithic or Bronze/Iron Age type...
  6. When putting forth your ideas about whether or...

    When putting forth your ideas about whether or not you agree with the conclusions of a paper it makes sense to READ the paper first, which some of you have clearly not done.

    If you had read the...
  7. Once again, if you had read the paper, you would...

    Once again, if you had read the paper, you would know that Bulgarian Iron Age clusters close to ancient Greeks and they attempted to model modern Balkanites using the Bulgarian Iron Age sample, among...
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hOeqHuPkuws

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hOeqHuPkuws
  9. You can take a look at Maciamo's map of Germanic...

    You can take a look at Maciamo's map of Germanic dna in Italy, which shows 5-10% for Toscana, and he provides the citations for the papers he used.

    I'm aware there's a map floating around the...
  10. Duplicate post.

    Duplicate post.
  11. No problem.

    No problem.
  12. Be sure to quote THIS one for me: "I realize...

    Be sure to quote THIS one for me:

    "I realize it's difficult to let go of prior beliefs, but the facts are the facts. Looking at the data we have, the Albanians, like the rest of the people in the...
  13. Amazing paucity of J2a in the southern Middle...

    Amazing paucity of J2a in the southern Middle East. There's almost as much J2b, of which there were 2, I think, one in Yemen of all places. That really is the divide in terms of yDna: J2 dominating...
  14. Couldn't agree more. Now, certain mountainous...

    Couldn't agree more.

    Now, certain mountainous regions even in mainland Greece (thinking of the Peloponnese) might have less, and the same might apply to certain areas of Albania, but we're...
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vqdCZ0yHNa4&list=P...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vqdCZ0yHNa4&list=PLvfovsEM9jbzp3kKIN4LOczE l87JrUx_V&index=235
  16. It's more nonsense gibberish from an Anthrogenica...

    It's more nonsense gibberish from an Anthrogenica user.

    There's no actual "steppe" reference at all. Pink is Nganasan, so East Asian admixed; brown is Anatolian Neolithic or hunter-gatherer, blue...
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    Miley Cyrus' cover of Nothing Else Matters by...

    Miley Cyrus' cover of Nothing Else Matters by Metallica. I can't stand her personally, and I've never listened to her derivative teen age junk, but her recent covers of rock songs are great, imo....
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    I wouldn't recommend that at all. Completely...

    I wouldn't recommend that at all.

    Completely agree with Jovialis' take on it above:

    "I completely agree about all the woke garbage on Amazon, Netflix, etc. Much of the stuff coming out today is...
  19. You have something to say, say it. Preferably in...

    You have something to say, say it. Preferably in the right thread, however.

    I'm dying to discover what nefarious plot or plan or b.s. you've thought up.
  20. Sorry, wrong thread.

    Sorry, wrong thread.
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LE0SUL-dfsE

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LE0SUL-dfsE
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    Again, I'm not as "matchy", doubtless because I...

    Again, I'm not as "matchy", doubtless because I come from two areas which although close as the bird flies, are different autosomally.

    My closest match is once again the French admixed Corsican.
    ...
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    Japan didn't need to learn "racism" from Europe....

    Japan didn't need to learn "racism" from Europe. Look at how they've always treated the Ainu. Nor did China, which has been "racist" since the Han people coalesced and began their drive to create an...
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    That's exactly right. Elite administrators of a...

    That's exactly right. Elite administrators of a ruling power, given their small numbers, are never going to change the autosomal make-up of the colonies. Did the English make Indians English like,...
  25. Indeed. The evidence has been piling up since...

    Indeed. The evidence has been piling up since Cavalli Sforza opined years ago just based on blood groupings that Northern Italians would plot close to people like the Bulgarians, although the...
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