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    Sheesh, does it really matter to people the exact...

    Sheesh, does it really matter to people the exact like square kilometer that their people's ethnogenesis supposedly took place? Jeez. That's like kinda strange in this day and age, with a globalized...
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    Poll: Typical Turk: ...

    Typical Turk:

    https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRmblvvEYSzDjEh9JIGagOCr2byZinu7an0stkLd7pXxbYpqqNMh0XDHqiZ_dEqeUbXdTI&usqp=CAU
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    I've noticed there sure is a lot of emphasis on...

    I've noticed there sure is a lot of emphasis on Albania in this forum for such a small country. I wonder why that is.
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    You know that's something I've wondered about...

    You know that's something I've wondered about myself... I'm one of the few Romanians who actually believes the ethnogenesis was more complex than the mainstream and basic school texts tell you (I...
  5. Modern: Distance to: Nicu 2.93673288...

    Modern:



    Distance to:
    Nicu


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    Bulgaria_Northcentral
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    Exactly, that is very true. Pretty much all...

    Exactly, that is very true. Pretty much all Romance languages went through the same process within the last 1000 years or so, with Romanian undergoing it more recently in the last two centuries, thus...
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    Sticky: My Dodecad k7b results: 12979 12980 ...

    My Dodecad k7b results:

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    Dodecad k12b:

    12981
    12982
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    My background is mostly (southwestern) Romanian...

    My background is mostly (southwestern) Romanian with some northern Greek and Aromanian Vlach, as well as a bit of northern Italian.

    https://i.imgur.com/O1seIU8.png
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    Poll: Moderately worried to be honest. Should probably...

    Moderately worried to be honest. Should probably be more worried. Feel like we're passing on the problems to later generations, although we're already starting to feel the effects. Just feel like we...
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    It's true that much of the Latin lexicon in...

    It's true that much of the Latin lexicon in Albanian was taken from Vulgar Latin rather than directly from Romanian or Eastern Romance (although obviously that evolved from this as well). But it...
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    Italo-Celtic is a commonly proposed grouping of...

    Italo-Celtic is a commonly proposed grouping of IE languages. Some believe they split apart only around 1200-1000 BC or so.
  12. Most of the native animals to Australia were...

    Most of the native animals to Australia were actually marsupials before the arrival of Westerners, who introduced other kinds.
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    It's probably native to the region, contrary to...

    It's probably native to the region, contrary to what some Serbs think. An interesting language isolate within Indo-European though, may be connected to some ancient Illyrian/Thracian ones. There is...
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    Sticky: Heh, and they tell us all this stuff about the...

    Heh, and they tell us all this stuff about the Amazon shrinking to almost nothing. It's still a significant boundary, although there are cities out there like Manaus and stuff. Another boundary to...
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    I think it's a mixture of nature and nurture, but...

    I think it's a mixture of nature and nurture, but there is more emphasis on nature than some would like to believe in today's world. But it's a complex interaction between a lot of factors. I agree...
  16. Cool. It's kind of too bad that Europe lost its...

    Cool. It's kind of too bad that Europe lost its once native lion population many thousands of years ago. The Lowenmensch figurine was a paleolithic carving of a lion man from 30k years ago in...
  17. Poll: In the distant future, I think so. But it will be...

    In the distant future, I think so. But it will be quite a while until we get to the point where they are ubiquitous... In the process, robots and other AI like self-driving cars will only heighten...
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    Does this mean that the western branches like...

    Does this mean that the western branches like Germanic and Italo-Celtic are merely Indo-European-ized rather than properly so? It being further from the core area? I was always curious how the...
  19. Heh, pretty interesting. We think of them as...

    Heh, pretty interesting. We think of them as using simple stone and wood tools, but they were capable of a good deal more. It's also interesting how they have applied things like bronze to ceremonial...
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    There are a lot of generalizations being made...

    There are a lot of generalizations being made here which could easily be disagreed with... but I digress.



    These things are only "disorders" in that they may cause problems for the people who...
  21. Didn't the early proto Caucasian peoples come out...

    Didn't the early proto Caucasian peoples come out of northeastern Africa, like Ethiopia and then Egypt, into the Middle East? I could see this being true. Interesting.
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    I feel like a lot of these movements are...

    I feel like a lot of these movements are reactionary against the changing, globalization world, expansion of the EU, migration, and cultural tensions resulting from modernization. Also politicians...
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    I read that French partially re-Latinized itself...

    I read that French partially re-Latinized itself in the Middle Ages and Renaissance with more technical and scholarly terms borrowed straight from Latin. It's pretty easy to tell the difference...
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    The Bronze Age Collapse was very interesting, but...

    The Bronze Age Collapse was very interesting, but there is still a lot of guesswork and we don't have definitive answers about these people or the Sea People and so on... If only they left better...
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    Turkey strikes me as a diverse country with both...

    Turkey strikes me as a diverse country with both European and Middle Eastern, as well as some Central Asian roots even. The crossroads between two parts of Eurasia. The west along the Aegean and...
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