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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Interbreeding_betwee...

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Interbreeding_between_archaic_and_modern_humans#Changes_in_modern_humans
    In Papuans, assimilated Neanderthal inheritance is found in highest frequency in genes...
  2. Regarding the Aryans who went into south Asia-...

    Regarding the Aryans who went into south Asia- there are 3 known samples from Dashtikozy which average at something like ~64% steppe eneolithic-like or ~90% Krasnoyarsk-like ancestry. They basically...
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    Did they use the Xuchang 2 cranium for the...

    Did they use the Xuchang 2 cranium for the projected shape of the skull?
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    According to this here:https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/ea39/fc41b5d6d547237ab968cd95f477a4d06e27.pdf a higher brain pH/more alkaline brain correlates more strongly with verbal IQ than with...
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    Yes, I think there was some R2a in Iran neolithic...

    Yes, I think there was some R2a in Iran neolithic remains and as far as the R1b is concerned, it could have come from interactions with Afanasievo/Okunevo people.
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    What if Zoroastrianism started as a BMAC reaction...

    What if Zoroastrianism started as a BMAC reaction to Andronovo migrations?
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    VERY sorry for necroing this thread, but >This...

    VERY sorry for necroing this thread, but

    >This is very interesting. I am an blond blue eyed American of Swiss ancestry who is L2a who can trace his family back to Rudi Gutten in the 13 hundreds in...
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    Has U2e or a precursor to U2e ever been found in...

    Has U2e or a precursor to U2e ever been found in upper paleolithic Siberia (like the Mal'ta and AG related cultures)? Ancient North Siberia ancestors of ANE are thought to be a combination of some...
  9. Thread: Aryans are R1a?

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    No, what I am saying is that J is common in south...

    No, what I am saying is that J is common in south Asia as of now because the OP claimed that India is mostly R1a and doesn't have other haplogroups (which is outright wrong, R1a is a minority in all...
  10. What? mixing with more EEF? Wouldn't that make...

    What? mixing with more EEF? Wouldn't that make the ancestors of ANI LESS Yamnaya-like? I think that either mixing with iran_N (and WHG enriched) BMAC and/or mixing with a remnant of the Afanasevo...
  11. I few things I would like to say. What is the...

    I few things I would like to say. What is the likelihood that the iran_N (either Zagros or south Caspian) migrants (who would later on make the IVC) ended up displacing the native settlements (like a...
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    Are you serious? The Aurignacian cave art tends...

    Are you serious? The Aurignacian cave art tends to be much more detailed even though they had fewer people doing that kind of stuff (due to low population in general).
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    Only 30%? Wasn't the steppe early-middle bronze...

    Only 30%? Wasn't the steppe early-middle bronze age admixture among the Kalash calculated at like 50% or something (or am I simply living under a rock at this point)? Also as far as culture is...
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    That is not quite what my original point was...

    That is not quite what my original point was about. What I tried to say is that sparse populations and a large cranial capacity (and intelligence) might have some correlation or a common cause. You...
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    But if they weren't intelligent then how would...

    But if they weren't intelligent then how would you explain the detail in their art which is lost in the following populations? Also as far as the "wiring" is concerned- generally brains with a lower...
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    I mean, just look at the lion-man statue and the...

    I mean, just look at the lion-man statue and the Aurignacian cave paintings- they certainly seem to be more detailed than the Gravettian ones.
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    Wrong link?

    Wrong link?
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    Very interesting! I wonder if this had something...

    Very interesting! I wonder if this had something to with brain size, since the early upper Paleolithic (Aurignacian) to later upper Paleolithic and Mesolithic (Gravettian + Solutrian and Magdalenian)...
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    Poll: Correct me if I am wrong, but aren't G1 Iranians...

    Correct me if I am wrong, but aren't G1 Iranians more common than G2a Iranians? If so, then what if some of the random "G2a" Iranian men posted here are G1 instead?
  20. Thread: Moshe Dayan

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    Looking at these ideas being passed around, I...

    Looking at these ideas being passed around, I cannot help but wonder in jest if there are such conspiratorial hints about the Nordic branches of R1a being excessively involved in stuff like...
  21. Thread: Aryans are R1a?

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    Well the OP is wrong about some assertions. J is...

    Well the OP is wrong about some assertions. J is a fairly common haplogroup all over India/south Asia and non-R1a lineages are known among "core" post-Aryans such as Scythians and Sarmatians...
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    Has any IVC yDNA and autosomal DNA information...

    Has any IVC yDNA and autosomal DNA information been published so far? If not, then my metaphorical bets are on plenty of them being G2 and J2 along with mostly being Iran_N/related to the Kotias guy.
  23. So, PIE originated in south-eastern Ukraine, and...

    So, PIE originated in south-eastern Ukraine, and having nothing genetically to do with Maykop, right? Would have been cool if they were renegades from an actual civilization like Maykop, but oh well.
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    Poll: The point about broad noses and baldness is...

    The point about broad noses and baldness is strange/inconsistent since a high G2a population like Georgians seem to have quiet narrow noses and fairly modest foreheads for most of the part.
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    Poll: Well the autosomal composition is (obviously)...

    Well the autosomal composition is (obviously) more important for the appearance of an individual, but if you are trying to look for some common appearance based on obscure parental lineages, then you...
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