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    So if a changing environment didn't kill them,...

    So if a changing environment didn't kill them, what did? ..

    Given that it seemed unlikely the Wrangel Island mammoths ..

    interbreeding ..
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    Something that has dissapeared can't come back....

    Something that has dissapeared can't come back.
    So it didn't dissapear. But maybe it became invisible for the record.
    Maybe the record are just elite burials.
    And after time local DNA seeped...
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    it's in line with what they already found out...

    it's in line with what they already found out about megalithic farmers
    and it probably already existed long before
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    TRB spread some 6,3 ka, it's origin would be a...

    TRB spread some 6,3 ka, it's origin would be a merger between farmers and HG between lower Elbe and middle Vistula
    If this is true, then the HG would have been I1

    around 5,9 ka megalithic farmers...
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    they did not marry the local HG, just farmers,...

    they did not marry the local HG, just farmers, and they were not in Eastern Europe, so those in the east came from west, whiping out those without admix
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    the oldest known CWC sample (Mittnik), 3000 BC in...

    the oldest known CWC sample (Mittnik), 3000 BC in Estonia (or Latvia?) had 0% EEF and a typical Yamna EHG-CHG mix
    somehow the oldest generation of CWC was whiped out by the 2nd generation, who had...
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    it confirms what Mittnik already showed : early...

    it confirms what Mittnik already showed : early CWC were 100 % Yamna, only later they admixed with EEF

    as for FBC, all samples are from the megalithic era, hence Y-DNA I2
    early FBC could have...
  8. yes, when I become depressed I loose all interest...

    yes, when I become depressed I loose all interest in my job and my daily routines
    I don't find any motivation for anything, and I don't find the courage to become active and sustain my health and my...
  9. I am prone for depressions. I have had 2 or 3 in...

    I am prone for depressions. I have had 2 or 3 in my life. I've been told being prone is heridatary.
    I refuse to take medication for anything unless it is absolutely necessary or it is something that...
  10. IMO it is about 3000 years ago when Italic...

    IMO it is about 3000 years ago when Italic speaking tribes entered Italy.
    I wonder whether we'll get a glance at that.
  11. Iraq’s Drought Reveals Ancient Vedic Palace

    Receding waters in the Mosul Dam reservoir have unveiled “one of the most important archaeological discoveries in the region” – a mysterious ancient Vedic palace. Researchers said the Mitanni Empire...
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    ISSOG has this branch split in 2 : a branch in...

    ISSOG has this branch split in 2 : a branch in Texas, and a branch in the Ammazone of Equador

    YFull know also has identified a man from Equador : L1373*

    https://www.yfull.com/tree/C-L1373/
  13. I don't buy this. The Ulluzians were shortlived....

    I don't buy this.
    The Ulluzians were shortlived.
    They were the first ones with blade tools, which the Neanderthals didn't have.
    But they were soon succeeded by proto-Auragnacians, Auragnacians and...
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    I've read a study once they have some very old...

    I've read a study once
    they have some very old clades of P and M, but I don't remember the details any more
    but as long as we don't have reliable TMCRA's for the mtDNA pedigre, it doesn't matter
    ...
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    a bit of topic there were 2 Denisova admix...

    a bit of topic

    there were 2 Denisova admix events :
    46 ka ancestral to both Papua and Australia Aboriginee
    and 30 ka ancestral to Papua

    note that both Papuans and Aboriginees all have C1b or...
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    there is also doubt about Cheddar man, and it is...

    there is also doubt about Cheddar man, and it is not about contamination,
    it's about incertanty
    and no, I'm not quoting Davidsky
    ...
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    they found a crater and they linked it to the...

    they found a crater
    and they linked it to the old worn-out youngest dryas theory
    to make sure it would get an interesting media couverage
  18. The accurate YFull Y haplogroups for 176 out of...

    The accurate YFull Y haplogroups for 176 out of 283 of the ancient Narasimhan et al. (2019) Central Asian, South Asian. Steppe, and European individuals.
    ...
  19. dairy production got a boost from ceramics ...

    dairy production got a boost from ceramics

    https://media.springernature.com/m685/nature-static/assets/v1/image-assets/nature11698-f1.2.jpg

    first pottery appeared 9,1 ka in Jarmo, northern...
  20. always chewing over the same material to conclude...

    always chewing over the same material to conclude that there were 'a multitude of causes' for the collapse
    it's kind of frustrating
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    scientists counterdict each other on the eye...

    scientists counterdict each other on the eye colour of the Sintashta people, yet they are capable of reconstructing Denisovans in all its details?
  22. I checked, only Sicily and Sardinia.

    I checked, only Sicily and Sardinia.
  23. that is exactly what I meant does 'The Arrival...

    that is exactly what I meant

    does 'The Arrival of Steppe and Iranian Related Ancestry in the Islands of the Western Mediterranean' have samples from Central or Northern Italy?
    as far as I...
  24. yes, but only during the expansion of the Roman...

    yes, but only during the expansion of the Roman Empire, not before
    at least, as far as the abstract goes
  25. Rome as a genetic melting pot: Population dynamics over 12,000 years.

    this is the abstract

    https://eventpilotadmin.com/doc/clients/ASHG/ASHG19/library/pdf/abstract_1923488.pdf?fbclid=IwAR1zjiidmf97Apy-5roBqLKlwCZL0zW3jtVbgRkLUVnpJQPZiraHNiUUlhg

    Nearly 2000 years...
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