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    This is probably going to upset you but the anger...

    This is probably going to upset you but the anger you display through your comments on the Steppe people reveals that you were kinda traumatized by Nordicism. Rest assured I don't claim the Romans...
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    Glad to know that you've enjoyed our recent...

    Glad to know that you've enjoyed our recent discussion. To politely and productively disagree makes even a heated debate enjoyable. Hence, without the willingness to entertain alternative viewpoints...
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    I see what you’re saying. That said, the Romans...

    How about the Romans being nice like the Etruscans by staying in their city-state, instead marching with their army to other people's countries to bully them into submission?

    The point is that the...
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    I'm a descendant of the so-called "Barbarians"...

    I'm a descendant of the so-called "Barbarians" and root for advancement and civilization too. However, being the civilized core doesn't always translate into being more humane, peaceful, and less...
  5. Imputed genomes and haplotype-based analyses of the Picts. Preprint.

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    The origins and ancestry of the Picts of early medieval Scotland (ca. AD 300-900) has been traditionally seen as a problem, prompted in part by exotic medieval origin myths, their...
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    Here's another relevant piece of information from...

    Here's another relevant piece of information from the GeoCurrents- site that shed lights on the evidence that supports the Anatolian hypothesis.



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    Another relevant article from GeoCurrent. ...

    Another relevant article from GeoCurrent.






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    I did some research and dug deeper into why the...

    I did some research and dug deeper into why the Anatolian hypothesis gained so much ground lately. What I found were several very critical articles about the methods of the proponents of the...
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    And I'm glad that Razib Khan said basically the...

    And I'm glad that Razib Khan said basically the same things I've written here and validated the point I was trying to bring across. But hey I'm only a layman and thus the words of Khan weigh more. My...
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    I tried to insert the screenshot but it doesn't...

    I tried to insert the screenshot but it doesn't show up.

    Anyway, you can find Khan's quote here:

    Open Thread – 7/17/2022 – Gene Expression



    edited. I see you've already found the quote.
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    I personally think that we have to wait and see...

    I personally think that we have to wait and see before we can make up our minds or evaluate what's going on here. After the Southern Arc paper is published we don't need to speculate and can go...
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    Thanks for keeping us up to date.

    Thanks for keeping us up to date.
  13. Thanks for the upvote, Angela. Back then with no...

    Thanks for the upvote, Angela. Back then with no DNA evidence, one could come to the right conclusion by applying common sense, logic, and parsimony when evaluating the circumstantial evidence.
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    Exactly. It's a good opportunity for Eupedia to...

    Exactly. It's a good opportunity for Eupedia to shine. A platform that allows freedom of thought and expression, a platform where anyone with a different perspective or take on genetic papers doesn't...
  15. Indeed. The global focus and discourse on slavery...

    Indeed. The global focus and discourse on slavery have concentrated on the Trans-Atlantic trade whereas the Arab/ Trans-Saharan slave trade is being largely ignored and not really taught. In fact,...
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    Correct me if my impression is wrong. To me it...

    Correct me if my impression is wrong. To me it appears that Cretans and Cypriots are darker than Mainland Greeks.
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    Most likely.

    Most likely.
  18. Dairying, diseases and the evolution of lactase persistence in Europe.

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    In European and many African, Middle Eastern and southern Asian populations, lactase persistence (LP) is the most strongly selected monogenic trait to have evolved over the past...
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    Well, there is a subset of Ashkenazi, such as the...

    Well, there is a subset of Ashkenazi, such as the Hasidic Jews, that have a fair amount of pale and blue-eyed folks. However, the average (fully) Ashkenazi looks clearly Mediterranean and pretty much...
  20. Could be. Nonetheless, BA Greeks, Minoans, and...

    Could be. Nonetheless, BA Greeks, Minoans, and Mycenaeans were predicted as being very swarthy, though. Remember the Aegean palatial civilizations paper that left us befuddled since BA Greeks were...
  21. David Reich suggests that the KITLG gene for...

    David Reich suggests that the KITLG gene for blond hair probably entered Europe in a population migration wave from the Eurasian steppe, by a population carrying substantial Ancient North Eurasian...
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    The irony is that I was accused of Nordicism here...

    The irony is that I was accused of Nordicism here on Eupedia for stating that there were ancient Greeks and Romans that were naturally blond with blue eyes, albeit a minority. I was just going by...
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    Wasn't Sikeliot an Italo-American of mostly...

    Wasn't Sikeliot an Italo-American of mostly Sicilian heritage with daddy issue?
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    Siberia is located in North and not Central...

    Siberia is located in North and not Central Asia, as many say. Just saying.
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    Simply because I don’t read Stormfront. Plus, I...

    Simply because I don’t read Stormfront. Plus, I started to read Eurogenes blog relatively recently and more frequently after the Roman paper leak and rumors. In terms of the Etruscans, there were...
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