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    He's over 9000 years old, the tribes we know...

    He's over 9000 years old, the tribes we know today were probably not there yet and the would intermarry on various occasions, so...

    He's more an ancestor, or at least a cousin, to many of the...
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    If you have matches at Y67 or Y111, check whether...

    If you have matches at Y67 or Y111, check whether they have taken BigY, maybe they have a more precise haplogroup. Also, it takes a few days to about a week to get everything functions working,...
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    Glad to be of help! I'm in two R1b groups,...

    Glad to be of help!

    I'm in two R1b groups, under my father and my maternal uncle's accounts. These group have been really helpful to me.
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    Have you joined the I1 project? The admins there...

    Have you joined the I1 project? The admins there will be more qualified to list the options available. There doesn't seem to be an activity feed there, but you can email the admins.
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    There was a few K1a4a1 fond among Neolithic...

    There was a few K1a4a1 fond among Neolithic graves in Ireland sooner this year. So you can expect the spread of this haplogroup to be linked to European or Anatolian Neolithic. As for your case...
  6. Family Tree DNA have 58 basal R (R-M207) in their...

    Family Tree DNA have 58 basal R (R-M207) in their database, they are mostly from Middle East, but some are from South Asia, Europe and Africa. Plus one from Indonesia.

    They also have 21 basal R1...
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    I heard from a researcher in sexology that...

    I heard from a researcher in sexology that anything self reported is unreliable. Everyone will inflate their number not to look like a looser, because they already saw older studies with self...
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    This is the visa she is looking for. A French...

    This is the visa she is looking for. A French friend of mine used it a few years ago. According to him, she should apply early, these go away fast as there is a limited number of them.
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  9. There are 6 other BY27831* in the FTDNA database,...

    There are 6 other BY27831* in the FTDNA database, definitely a rare subclade, but there are a few of you around. The reported countries are United Kingdom, Portugal and Mozambique, which was a colony...
  10. As for French DNA, beside French Canadians and...

    As for French DNA, beside French Canadians and Cajun, there were Hugenots that came early and fade out rapidly into the general American population and could be part of the American background...
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    I have the same feeling than both of you,...

    I have the same feeling than both of you, something is not right. There's too many farmer haplogroups in today's Iberia for them to have come back en masse later. Maybe the R1b men were buried...
  12. John Hawks talk about the subject last month in a...

    John Hawks talk about the subject last month in a Gibraltar conference. The relevant part start about 28:00.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aa3258dAOxo
  13. Mende in Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea; Yoruba...

    Mende in Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea; Yoruba from Nigeria to Côte-d'Ivoire...

    From the fossil record, homo rhodesiensis seems too young, maybe homo antecessor or homo ergaster? Maybe a new...
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    Looking at the overall map: ...

    Looking at the overall map:

    https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article/figure/image?size=large&id=info:doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0211562.g001

    It makes me wonder what we are missing under the...
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    "Another solution would be NOT to encourage women...

    "Another solution would be NOT to encourage women to have a professional career. Left-wingers argue that this is "freedom"."

    And it's also basic right wing free market. Or it should be. Some women...
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    New Englander, the problem is men in their 30s...

    New Englander, the problem is men in their 30s don't tend to have much more money than men in their late 20s. At least, not enough to make a difference population wide. And past 25, male fertility...
  17. I heard about it over a year ago, let's see... ...

    I heard about it over a year ago, let's see...

    There's a page about it on University of Victoria's site:...
  18. To qualify as White American, look at your...

    To qualify as White American, look at your reflection in a mirror. If you look like White American, then you are White American. Simple as that.

    As for the trivia of DNA test, check for something...
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    Who was his wife? Do you have an approximate year...

    Who was his wife? Do you have an approximate year of birth and/or wedding?
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    The Robichaud ancestor, Étienne Robichaud is...

    The Robichaud ancestor, Étienne Robichaud is J-BY37662. Although there is a branch which is R-SRY2627, the progenitor is Joseph, son of Charles, son of Étienne, probably a NPE.
  21. There was a podcast in two parts at Maple Stars...

    There was a podcast in two parts at Maple Stars and Stripes on the topic:

    https://maplestarsandstripes.com/shownotes/mss-047-french-canadian-genetic-diseases-part-1/...
  22. Poll: I voted for my brother who is 6'2",...

    I voted for my brother who is 6'2", R1b>R-DF27>R-DF16. My father was almost 6' and one of his brother was close to his height. Although, his father and his other brother were about 6'6". In my...
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    My take would be men are more dependent of their...

    My take would be men are more dependent of their fathers' lifestyle and women more dependent of their husbands' lifestyle. Let take a bloodless, monogamous, consensual sex, without epidemics, without...
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    The probability you could be true E* is about...

    The probability you could be true E* is about nil, so you are likely some other subclade under E.
  25. Ever heard of the Flynn effect? ...

    Ever heard of the Flynn effect?

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flynn_effect

    Basically, the score "100" is an average, which went up slowly for about 3 points a decade since the first tests in...
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