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    The real question is: when we let people in, what...

    The real question is: when we let people in, what signal do we send to the numberless millions of others waiting beyond the border? How long can we let it all go on, and hope to cope? France receives...
  2. We are all dissenters to a degree on this forum....

    We are all dissenters to a degree on this forum. No problem with that. But when somebody asks such questions as...



    they can't hope to be taken seriously. Germanic people in the 6th millenium ...
  3. It's a bit easy to produce nonsense, provide no,...

    It's a bit easy to produce nonsense, provide no, or if any, absurd "evidence", and then ask other people to disprove it.
  4. Very nicely explained. Yet I wonder... I...

    Very nicely explained. Yet I wonder...

    I wonder whether being constantly on the lookout for nordicist/supremacist attitudes is not counterproductive in the long run. In my opinion, it ends up...
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    Thanks a lot.

    Thanks a lot.
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    @Ruderico. Forgive my being so stupid, but do...

    @Ruderico.

    Forgive my being so stupid, but do you have any idea what populations the colors stand for in the AdmixtureK7 you refer to above? It would be nice if you could give me a key to that....
  7. Yes, indeed, fascinating stuff!

    Yes, indeed, fascinating stuff!
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    I think Swiss bankers should be somewhere at the...

    I think Swiss bankers should be somewhere at the very bottom... :)
  9. It's a bit surprising. Golasecca seems already...

    It's a bit surprising.

    Golasecca seems already distinctly Celtic, or, at the very least, Celto-Ligurian.

    Plus, Livy doesn't seem to suggest the Celts who moved into Italy arrived in small...
  10. Sticky: Those numbers refer to ancient DNA samples which...

    Those numbers refer to ancient DNA samples which have been uploaded and stored in GEDmatch: https://www.gedmatch.com/select.php

    You can create a GEDmatch account for free. It will then be possible...
  11. I'll leave Italian matters to Italians. So I'll...

    I'll leave Italian matters to Italians. So I'll just submit a few random remarks.

    There is one element that clearly points to influx from north of the Alps. It's language.

    Genitives in -i are...
  12. Sticky: Great job, Voloh !! Thanks.

    Great job, Voloh !! Thanks.
  13. Not exactly the sort of linguistic environment...

    Not exactly the sort of linguistic environment you describe (not h to f, but x to f), but it comes somewhat close, so I thought it might help:

    English "laugh" [la:f], from Old English "hlæhhan"...
  14. The wovel before "t" in tʰugatēr is what is left...

    The wovel before "t" in tʰugatēr is what is left of the PIE laryngeal (H²). The voiceless stop "t" should regularly have turned to "d" in Germanic. It didn't, owing to Verner's Law, cluster or no...
  15. Granted. But even so, listing PIE aspirates as...

    Granted. But even so, listing PIE aspirates as fricatives reaches beyond what I would call a weird shortcut.
  16. Have you ever wondered why the "t" in PIE...

    Have you ever wondered why the "t" in PIE *dʰugh₂tḗr remained as "t" in "daughter" (PGmc *duhtēr) while the "t" in PIE *méh₂tēr turned into a dental fricative in "mother" (PGmc *mōdēr )?

    And why...
  17. Or... English is a French dialect, in which some...

    Or... English is a French dialect, in which some remnants of Danish survived.

    English : The choice of specific phrases traduces an evident desire on the part of Jensen to present English as a...
  18. Sex - on a par with the quest for power...

    Sex - on a par with the quest for power (influence, fame, land, wealth...) when it comes to wreaking havoc in a community !
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    Granted. But, as Salento pointed out above, when...

    Granted. But, as Salento pointed out above, when the first line of your paper runs "The medieval history of several populations often suffers from scarcity of contemporary records", it's hard to...
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    Long live the corrida! I deeply admire toreros....

    Long live the corrida! I deeply admire toreros. And I find it a shame that those old traditions should be questioned by city people who have never seen a cow up close, let alone touched one. Those...
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    https://i.imgur.com/CVPnoqD.png ...

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  23. You must have guessed how I feel about it by now....

    You must have guessed how I feel about it by now. :)
  24. Keep me posted. I can't wait to read the...

    Keep me posted. I can't wait to read the hodgepodge of absurdities it's bound to be!
  25. Typical !!! A pseudo-answer, completely off the...

    Typical !!! A pseudo-answer, completely off the mark, aimed once again at deflecting off the real purport of the post quoted. With the same unchanging obvious purpose: to keep the bl**dy thread...
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