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    In one of our recent threads a paper was quoted...

    In one of our recent threads a paper was quoted as saying that the population levels of the Mesolithic hunter-gatherers in southern, central, western, and even northern Europe were extremely low. ...
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    https://i.imgur.com/vQJLLNU.png

    https://i.imgur.com/vQJLLNU.png
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    Sorry. I'm not following. They clearly show a...

    Sorry. I'm not following.

    They clearly show a split off in Greece and then across into Italy and eventually to Spain. They mention in the paper some of it was a sea based diffusion. The dates seem...
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    It's a travesty imo that he never received the...

    It's a travesty imo that he never received the recognition from Hollywood which he so eminently deserved.

    For you, Maestro, and thank you: Morricone conducting Morricone's "The Theme from The...
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    The pauses took place at specific times along...

    The pauses took place at specific times along each track: 6200 BCE for Central Europe, 5400 BCE for Scandinavia, and 5700 BCE for northeastern Europe, and were all linked to the fact that the climate...
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    Well, if they're correct, Cardial were just an...

    Well, if they're correct, Cardial were just an offshoot of the original group, not a separate one genetically.

    Also, the early spread to Cyprus would appear to have been a dead end.
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    Climate shaped the Neolithic Advance

    See:

    Lia Betti et al:

    "Climate shaped how Neolithic farmers and European hunter-gatherers interacted after a major slowdown from 6,100 BCE to 4,500 BCE"
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    Sticky: Well, the pig farmer was fun, in the middle of...

    Well, the pig farmer was fun, in the middle of all those techies. :)
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    He's very talented. There's a bit of a...

    He's very talented.

    There's a bit of a resemblance, but honestly, imo, he's too good looking to look much like Giulio Cesare.

    I always thought Gianfranco Fini had a bit of him, or at least the...
  10. Thread: Origin of Pasta

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    As for why eggs are added to flour in the north...

    As for why eggs are added to flour in the north when making pasta...

    The wheat which grows in northern Italy is "soft"; it's called 00 flour. It's low in protein, so with just water and salt it's...
  11. The husbands of two of my son's co-workers, both...

    The husbands of two of my son's co-workers, both South Asian men, died of it. Another of his co-workers, a South Asian man himself, knew three men who died of it. He's the one who has come down with...
  12. In my opinion, John Hawke is downplaying it. He...

    In my opinion, John Hawke is downplaying it. He never seems to want to admit that many of the genes we inherited from Neanderthal are, harmful, which is why we've been purging them since the...
  13. June 15th, almost two weeks to the day after...

    June 15th, almost two weeks to the day after large "protests" and riots, saw covid cases start shooting way up. In California, for example, hospitalizations are seeing a frightening increase.

    Now...
  14. Thread: Origin of Pasta

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    I don't think these kinds of questions can ever...

    I don't think these kinds of questions can ever be answered. So many of these foods could have been invented independently, or an idea could have traveled along trade routes.

    As for pasta, I don't...
  15. Seems pretty clear that if you have this...

    Seems pretty clear that if you have this Neanderthal variant you're more likely to have a bad outcome if you come down with Covid 19, no matter what benefit, if any, it might provide in South Asia...
  16. EHG were dark haired and dark eyed, but they had...

    EHG were dark haired and dark eyed, but they had lighter skin.
  17. Sorry, I never bought the G25 coordinates, so I...

    Sorry, I never bought the G25 coordinates, so I can't use it.

    Perhaps someone else on the Board can run it for you. I'd be interested in the results.
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    This is one of the ones I bought and kept....

    This is one of the ones I bought and kept. Extraordinary that at the time it was rather the minority view, if even that.

    There are wonderful opportunities for on line courses now, even before...
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    https://www.google.com/books/edition/World_History...

    https://www.google.com/books/edition/World_History_Volume_I_To_1800/Vc_0CAAAQBAJ?hl=en&gbpv=1&dq=Did+Muslims+preserve+and+pass+on+ancient+Greek+writings&pg=PT236&printsec=frontcover
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    No one could admire the work of Christian monks...

    No one could admire the work of Christian monks and scholars of the Middle Ages more than I do, or be more upset about the constant assault on Eastern Christianity in the Middle East. It's a disgrace...
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    Very well argued. It won't do any good, though.

    Very well argued. It won't do any good, though.
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    ^^Read the freaking article......

    ^^Read the freaking article...
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islamic_world_contributions_to_Medieval_Europe

    There are also entire books on it. For goodness sakes' where do you people get your...
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    The Islamic culture of the period revered...

    The Islamic culture of the period revered scholarship; they valued and not only saved but translated the treatises of the Greeks and Romans, without which they would have been lost. They also...
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    Deird has clearly never read actual history books...

    Deird has clearly never read actual history books in his entire life.

    Maybe wikipedia will be less taxing:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islamic_world_contributions_to_Medieval_Europe



    As...
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