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  1. Are you meaning 'Italianlike' = some level well...

    Are you meaning 'Italianlike' = some level well mixed+homogenized pop? For a so mountaious region? I doubt. It's why some pop's with ancient DNA "looks" emerge later in history here and there, even...
  2. @Jovialis I suppose you can easily read...

    @Jovialis

    I suppose you can easily read French:
    here under a rather light but traditionally accepted definition of vaccination:
    Administration d'un vaccin ayant pour effet de conférer une...
  3. I have not that at hand! but the current vaccines...

    I have not that at hand! but the current vaccines for diseases close to this kind of virus are for the most supposed to be valuable for one year; for other diseases, their validity goes even very...
  4. These 'vaxs' had some efficacity to limit worst...

    These 'vaxs' had some efficacity to limit worst effects of Covid, not to limit seriously contamination, and cannot be named true 'vaccines' because they need to be taken every three or four months....
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    Only a feeling: our Y-haplo's come from some pop...

    Only a feeling: our Y-haplo's come from some pop which has lived between India and southeastern Asia, uneasy to be more precise, I think.
  6. Anthropology found the same results of partial...

    Anthropology found the same results of partial intermixing there, if I recall well.
    Maybe few "border-line" farmers at the fringes, with more contacts with "native" HG's of Balkans, and without too...
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    diverse languages: a lot all around in South! If...

    diverse languages: a lot all around in South!
    If you read well my post, I asked if we knowed exactly when appeared the first Anatolian IE dialects. My aim was to suggest that IE or PIE was not...
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    I was speaking of the big region mentioned, which...

    I was speaking of the big region mentioned, which is settled south the Caucasus as a whole, when speaking of the opposition north (so Steppes)/south (a lot of regions associated traditionally with...
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    Agree with the statement that language and DNA...

    Agree with the statement that language and DNA (autosomes and haplo's) can have some historic links what doesn't mean this link could stay unchanged as time passes.
    I have only questions:
    Are we...
  10. More than a IE tribe came from the Steppes, but...

    More than a IE tribe came from the Steppes, but the ethnies that proto-history shows us like Italics, Germans, Celts, Illyrians were no more the initial groupings which put first their feet into...
  11. I would have said supposed 'indo-iranic speaking...

    I would have said supposed 'indo-iranic speaking tribes? 'Aryan' has been so often badly used...
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    I did not know all the details you mention but my...

    I did not know all the details you mention but my experience of human nature (and in fact of a lot of mammals nature) pushed me to edit my doubts. The beast hides not deep under the polished skin.
  13. For typologie, I was not going into details, just...

    For typologie, I was not going into details, just I wanted to show some link between body statures and old analysis not completely wrong, simplifying it in a two way opposition between types as...
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    Uneasy to check. And 3 woman for 7 guy is very...

    Uneasy to check. And 3 woman for 7 guy is very low to maintain cohesion in a group, IMO. And how can we verify this sharing of women was so well accepted then? Except maybe if this sharing was the...
  15. One individual is not a population, and one...

    One individual is not a population, and one region is not all the country but we cannot go so far as to create a 'mondial' mean without any meaning.
    Random effects concern only very small pop's....
  16. I agree it's a very reasonable possibility too.

    I agree it's a very reasonable possibility too.
  17. As you can devine, I'm a hair splitter about some...

    As you can devine, I'm a hair splitter about some questions. Even two geographically close pop's can have a different phoenotype background (say: different proportions in admixtures), neighbouring...
  18. Not to took part in this competition, I just say...

    Not to took part in this competition, I just say span upon height is not the same in all populations (countries and regions, even in the same social statute), so it is not by force in itself an...
  19. I doubt these states can be compared one to...

    I doubt these states can be compared one to another, I doubt they have been made in the same condition of seriousness and exactly for the same generations... And the newest ones in developped...
  20. s you hve surelyunderstood, my post concerned...

    s you hve surelyunderstood, my post concerned only reasonning, nothing more. I read so often that Y-haplo has nothing to do with autosomals, which is true concerning genetic linkage, but false...
  21. @Archetype you wrote: The rest is me being...

    @Archetype

    you wrote:
    The rest is me being aggravated at the fact that, even if its an open publication, the paper went through without even such basic peer reviews. Saying the mentor, if there...
  22. A founder effect can explain a (not longlasting)...

    A founder effect can explain a (not longlasting) correlation between genetico-phaenotypical aspects and Y-haplo, AS ONE TIME of history.
    Just a general statement, I don't took part in the challenge...
  23. According to heights of the 1930's 1940's,...

    According to heights of the 1930's 1940's, Albanian Tosks were around 1m67 (close to Belgians) when Greeks average was around 1m69; onlyGhegs were higher statured... Of course, rhings can change as...
  24. I haven't any clue to answer this. It surely has...

    I haven't any clue to answer this. It surely has some aesthetical or sexual choice weight (whose real statistical input on pop's is unkown to me) but at the natural selection level I don't see any...
  25. Blondism was rather seldom everywhere, when not...

    Blondism was rather seldom everywhere, when not absent.
    Opposite to light skin, blondism was not under strong NATURAL selective pressure, not DIRECTLY; perhaps its linked SNP's has been tied (close)...
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