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    Exactly, I think I'll wait a few years lolll

    Exactly, I think I'll wait a few years lolll
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    So wait a minute gyms, you are contesting that...

    So wait a minute gyms, you are contesting that the Romans imposed Latin tongue on Romania?
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    I2a, R1a, R1b; all these European paternal groups...

    I2a, R1a, R1b; all these European paternal groups are very present in the Hungarian y-DNA melting pot, everyone knows that.
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    I was ONLY speaking linguistically dude, of...

    I was ONLY speaking linguistically dude, of course modern Hungarians are not related to Finno-Ugrians but to nearby Europeans.
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    In what ways are Jews MORE closely related to...

    In what ways are Jews MORE closely related to Greeks, Italians and Cypriots than they are to other Semitic Arabs? I think it's the opposite, plus, you're ignoring a whole lot of paternal AND maternal...
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    Your wife's mtdna may make sense due to her being...

    Your wife's mtdna may make sense due to her being Ashkenazi Jewish (east-Central European Jews) , thus I postulate her ancestors had contact with Hungarians on the maternal side.
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    Also, your wife seems to be a rare Jew with a...

    Also, your wife seems to be a rare Jew with a more European maternal side. Your markers though are overwhelmingly middle eastern from the little we know, with an additional M marker thrown in there...
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    The evidence backing Illyrian as indo-European is...

    The evidence backing Illyrian as indo-European is very weak; it can as of now almost be considered as assumption. No there was no Semitic linguistic similarity, those days were long gone by the time...
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    Nonsense. Basque is a pre-indo-European tongue,...

    Nonsense. Basque is a pre-indo-European tongue, not "partially" Celtic.
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    Mtdna M is way "out there" for a middle...

    Mtdna M is way "out there" for a middle easterner, but it just comes to solidify that you aren't European in terms of genetic composition.
  11. What region of Europe more or less is it found...

    What region of Europe more or less is it found in? Germany, holland? At what frequency?
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    How about Illyrian as a hypothesis for i2a-din...

    How about Illyrian as a hypothesis for i2a-din tongue.
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    Poll: You even went as far as to state that it was a...

    You even went as far as to state that it was a "contribution" XD
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    Poll: You said it yourself that he eliminated the...

    You said it yourself that he eliminated the "undesirables" lollll, so don't blame me dude! Here let me quote you : "hitler cleaned out a lot of the undesirables". Post # 96
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    Mmmmmmm delish, only 1 grand $$$

    Mmmmmmm delish, only 1 grand $$$
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    I don't see what else could explain a Common...

    I don't see what else could explain a Common Slavic linguistic link in these nations and a few others, if not for movements of Slavs holding the R1a marker from the Ukrainian refuge genera legion.
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    In 700 A.D. Slavic tribes made a heavy push from...

    In 700 A.D. Slavic tribes made a heavy push from the Russian plains towards east-Central Europe. This movement could explain many modern European Slavic derived tongues such as Polish, Czech, Slovak,...
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    The Romans imposed Latin on the inhabitants of...

    The Romans imposed Latin on the inhabitants of Romania (mostly Dacians derived from Illyrians). This is known fact, it took place during roman rule of the region.
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    Interesting fact: Zoroastrian fire temples were...

    Interesting fact: Zoroastrian fire temples were built on the island of Zanzibar. The Zoroastrian religion originated in Iran.
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    What does this test offer?

    What does this test offer?
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    Very correct. 95% of hg I men (if not slightly...

    Very correct. 95% of hg I men (if not slightly more) live within the confines of Europe.
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    And how where the men of I beaten out by R1 men?...

    And how where the men of I beaten out by R1 men? Both I1 and R1b clades waited out the LGM on the Iberian peninsula. In fact I* diversity indicates older age in those few I men from Italy and France...
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    Maybe it became more marginal because...

    Maybe it became more marginal because uhhh.....the pizza slice had to be divided with more elements? Lol. Also don't forget the men of I were hit hard when the ice-age broke out and were forced into...
  24. So it's quite young....it's difficult cause...

    So it's quite young....it's difficult cause there's a lot of Europe north of Italy on both sides lol, it doesn't seem to have anything to do with celts that's the particularity, there really isn't...
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    Those members are really moral Brok

    Those members are really moral Brok
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