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    It's just because notable figures are those that...

    It's just because notable figures are those that we "dig up", and there'll almost always be a greater proportion of immigrants or descendants thereof amongst the notable than the overall populace (as...
  2. Spaniards aren't that politically correct...

    Spaniards aren't that politically correct compared to Northern Europe, but I don't see how that contradicts what I'm saying. So, compare Spain to Italy then - why is it that the Italians are much...
  3. I mostly agree, but with special emphasis on the...

    I mostly agree, but with special emphasis on the nose. I guess this is getting into the realm of phrenology and the like, but to me a prominent yet well-sculpted nose signifies social dominance. So...
  4. Within Europe at least, it's definitely true.

    Within Europe at least, it's definitely true.
  5. Well, the correlation certainly exists today -...

    Well, the correlation certainly exists today - light skin and low sexual dimorphism (i.e. a more feminine-looking population) clearly predicts susceptibility to political correctness amongst European...
  6. No idea but rest assured Zoroastrianism spread...

    No idea but rest assured Zoroastrianism spread with Eastern Iranian R1a
  7. Eastern European-like Aleutians? Amerindian-like...

    Eastern European-like Aleutians? Amerindian-like French?
  8. I've always thought that Swedes look feminine,...

    I've always thought that Swedes look feminine, and so they act that way: submissive. It sounds too simple to be true, but the more I think about it it does seem to be the case that we can tell a lot...
  9. We're stuck with the most pathetic researchers,...

    We're stuck with the most pathetic researchers, what a shame. How many more years will we have to wait for something they can test and publish in the space of months?
  10. Well that Dene-Caucasian theory made the most...

    Well that Dene-Caucasian theory made the most sense to me given Bell Beakers probably spoke Vasconic and I still like the idea the PIE was spoken by Anatolians originally.

    It does seem...
  11. M269 is very old.

    M269 is very old.
  12. I can't help but think that somehow you're going...

    I can't help but think that somehow you're going to relate this back to being Albanian too
  13. But you're wrong. Anatolian Z2103 is far older...

    But you're wrong. Anatolian Z2103 is far older than that, and it spread from the Caucasus as it is the West Asian variety. Your theory is wrong, so show some flexibility in changing it. There's no...
  14. Not more than E. Asians surely

    Not more than E. Asians surely
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    http://sci-hub.tw/https://www.nature.com/articles/...

    http://sci-hub.tw/https://www.nature.com/articles/s41559-019-0878-2

    And looks like nothing has changed.
  16. Not true, because it's of the West Asian variety....

    Not true, because it's of the West Asian variety. I would associate it with the Hattic-Kaskian branch.

    I now believe in a hybrid Anatolian hypothesis, by the way, with LPIE spreading to Sredny...
  17. Boring study :( Why is aDNA moving so slowly?

    Boring study :(

    Why is aDNA moving so slowly?
  18. Does proto-sino-tibetan have a word for, say,...

    Does proto-sino-tibetan have a word for, say, copper? That would be a huge giveaway as to dating
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    I am so looking forward to seeing these results...

    I am so looking forward to seeing these results (wait this doesn't even seem to be aDNA :sad-2:), to me these people are my precursors. Not in an edgy, macho, ethnocentric Albanian-like way, but this...
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    iirc verbal intelligence and strong working...

    iirc verbal intelligence and strong working memory are the main characteristics
  21. Ooga booga

    Ooga booga
  22. Not SE France which is a shame, but I'd love to...

    Not SE France which is a shame, but I'd love to know what that 4th mBC guy was like
  23. I need to purge my thoughts as they're getting...

    I need to purge my thoughts as they're getting way out of control, now I'm thinking that R1a (the kind of the Karelian HGs, NOT Corded Ware or anything like that which is the earliest culture that...
  24. Well it appears even based on their own...

    Well it appears even based on their own descriptions that the Sumerians "took over" from, i.e. invaded, the Ubaidians, who very likely spoke a different language. I think they spoke Indo-European as...
  25. Well Afanasievo, likely Repin-derived, had no...

    Well Afanasievo, likely Repin-derived, had no kurgans afaik so a Maykop introduction to the Steppe is likely.
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