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  1. There is: steppe ancestry, EHG+CHG admixture....

    There is: steppe ancestry, EHG+CHG admixture. More often than not there are also uniparentals, but those aren't 100% necessary, because everyone knows the profound effects of drift in uniparental...
  2. Oh my God, you clearly didn't understand my...

    Oh my God, you clearly didn't understand my point. Let me make it simpler:

    Totally undivided PIE (Anatolian+all other branches): 3,500-4,500 BCE
    Earliest attested IE-derived languages from...
  3. Good questions. Cultures and societies who are...

    Good questions. Cultures and societies who are totally unable to differentiate between being a person of foreign background and being culturally and ethnically alien for ever are IMHO doomed when...
  4. Yes, in Greece and especially the Pelopponese it...

    Yes, in Greece and especially the Pelopponese it seems to have arrived very early (though it might not be exactly a Tepecik-Ciftlik-derived people, because IIRC it doesn't have extra Natufian in...
  5. Really? Then they are simply immersed in stupid...

    Really? Then they are simply immersed in stupid denialism, because the G25 model themselves show it perfectly well (actually those models even show Northeast Asian ancestry, extremely minor but...
  6. Results of my model for Italian aDNA samples: ...

    Results of my model for Italian aDNA samples:
    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1XnYyd4KHyKANvcrtRLVWtneRn6r1Qgwq4u-j7oRvwlg/edit?usp=sharing

    Results for modern Italian DNA samples: ...
  7. But didn't they say that change happened some...

    But didn't they say that change happened some time before the 4th millennium B.C.? Could it be that there was some major and still not properly analyzed massive population change in Italy (and maybe...
  8. Hittites, Mycenaeans, Luwians, Vedic Indians were...

    Hittites, Mycenaeans, Luwians, Vedic Indians were too late to be meaningful to the PIE homeland and expansion question. Especially Anatolian IEs (Hittites, Luwians etc.), who spoke a language that...
  9. Oh, I see. I didn't get that that was the point...

    Oh, I see. I didn't get that that was the point he's trying to make. That the immigration took place and left some genetic impact (detectable autosomally and especially, given that these are more...
  10. This video is so funny. Erudite Portuguese...

    This video is so funny. Erudite Portuguese grammar can be very archaic and extremely hard for average speakers who haven't been reading a lot of classical literature and preferably also love studying...
  11. If the point is that, then you should use...

    If the point is that, then you should use something that reflects that issue, not another issue, which is that PCA often works really badly when you compare extremely divergent populations. Also,...
  12. Yes, but then what? They still didn't disappear,...

    Yes, but then what? They still didn't disappear, simply mixed and diluted amidst a large population. That's all.



    What do you mean? Assimilation, acculturation and ethnic mixing didn't happen...
  13. Let me give you my two cents, because I'm sensing...

    Let me give you my two cents, because I'm sensing some mutual confusion in your conversation with Angela: she is saying that whatever you are claiming about Northern and Eastern European influence in...
  14. A very arguable point IMO, Jovialis. Assimilation...

    A very arguable point IMO, Jovialis. Assimilation and acculturation are very real things. We should never conflate genetic ancestry with ethnic identity, which is ultimately a cultural construct even...
  15. Those aren't fair comparisons, because one PCA is...

    Those aren't fair comparisons, because one PCA is including exclusively West Eurasian populations and ancestral components and another one is including extremely divergent population clusters. Such...
  16. The finding of that study and some other...

    The finding of that study and some other evidences accumulated over time is one of the reasons I still have some doubts about the modelling choices and conclusions made by authors in most other...
  17. Incidentally, I've been reading again the...

    Incidentally, I've been reading again the supplementary material of Lazaridis' 2017 study on Mycenaeans, Minoans and BA Anatolians, and I found this interesting to our disussion, since we've been...
  18. Outlier compared to whom? I'm not sure we can...

    Outlier compared to whom? I'm not sure we can talk about outliers when all we have is 2 individuals from IA Ardea, so how can we be totally sure who of the individuals represented the average of the...
  19. Yes, I definitely understand your point. I just...

    Yes, I definitely understand your point. I just stress that what I am discussing here has nothing to do with the insane and over the top claims made by those trolls and agenda-driven people, who are...
  20. They're heavily drifted just like Finns. Some...

    They're heavily drifted just like Finns. Some PCAs can capture that, some others don't, I wish I could understand why.
  21. It's a possibility, perhaps even a bit likely,...

    It's a possibility, perhaps even a bit likely, but I don't think it explains the whole history, because the continuous spread of CHG/Iran in Central-East Mediterranean Europe predates the spread of...
  22. Yes, that will happen to all populations that are...

    Yes, that will happen to all populations that are not very homogeneous and lack a large and diverse enough (in terms of locations and distinct communities) sample. But that's also likely to happen...
  23. I already pointed out before in this thread that...

    I already pointed out before in this thread that my analysis are based on individual analysis of the samples, averaging them later, and the models use individual source aDNA samples, summing up their...
  24. One word in all capital letters does not mean...

    One word in all capital letters does not mean "virtual screaming" at all. It's just a way to put emphasis on one particular word in the text. That's why I use capital letters in bold and sometimes...
  25. Yes, of course. Why wouldn't it be so? That's to...

    Yes, of course. Why wouldn't it be so? That's to be expected.
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