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  1. I'm not even sure what this means. The difference...

    I'm not even sure what this means. The difference is the English will never suck the Pope's knob. They take pride in that, back to our barbaric roots.
  2. Ever heard of conflicts between Irish and N....

    Ever heard of conflicts between Irish and N. Irish? I'm not even an expert here, and this one is obvious. Jewish groups are relatively harmonious, hence why the only major conflicts in Israel come...
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    Dumbest comment I have heard in a long time....

    Dumbest comment I have heard in a long time. There is a very large cluster of Shapiro and equivalent names at FTDNA under R-L584, so it's absolutely possible, if not likely. L584 was also found in an...
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    Another kkkommunist move by the enlightened...

    Another kkkommunist move by the enlightened Dutch, and now Turdeau in my country.

    https://www.reuters.com/world/europe/dutch-govt-sets-targets-cut-nitrogen-pollution-farmers-protest-2022-06-10/
  5. I'm seeing two Bronze migrations into Europe...

    I'm seeing two Bronze migrations into Europe which I think were already present from earlier studies. One east Mediterranean one, presumably out of this "Southern Arc" that was probably predominantly...
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    I suspect the common blonde hair trait we know in...

    I suspect the common blonde hair trait we know in these Baltic populations are earlier than the Indo-Europeans and were acquired via the absorption of the hunter-gather women in said region. That's...
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    I think it does and it doesn't. Who says they...

    I think it does and it doesn't. Who says they invaded? They were herders who may have felt pressure to leave the steppes and encountered an already declining population in central Europe. EEF...
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    The genomes of people in Neolithic Spain (Basque...

    The genomes of people in Neolithic Spain (Basque territory) are very close to modern day Basque yet they lacked R1b, so I would say language has nothing to do with Y signature at all. (look at I1 in...
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    Of course it did, and they are not being...

    Of course it did, and they are not being accountable for it, but what would you expect from a communist country run by someone who thinks he's a god?

    -The closest relative of the initial virus are...
  10. I think there is a good degree of homogenization...

    I think there is a good degree of homogenization though, the variance in physical type is probably Neolithic-> BA transition rather than anything related to Norman or Scandinavian IMHO. The Picts...
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    Gilan is a long way from the heart of Sintashta...

    Gilan is a long way from the heart of Sintashta culture, just take a look at a map. Unless the torc is misattributed to ancient cultures of Gilan, I have no idea. Definitely this region is one of the...
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    That would line up with the L23+ group discussed...

    That would line up with the L23+ group discussed in this paper that links NW Iran and Armenia to the steppes, L51+ would have sprung from a similar group westwards. A few individual keep trying to...
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    They already have a category in the chart for...

    They already have a category in the chart for R-V88, so nope. I think mostly will be M269+ (xL23) since that's a fairly common subclade in the Balkans today and closely related to R-L23+ (xL51)...
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    Weren't the ANE folks in China light skinned...

    Weren't the ANE folks in China light skinned though? The Tarim mummies lack EEF but are some of the most well preserved mummies out there. They have light skin don't they? Seems like skin tone is a...
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    Some Greeks were blonde and red haired, but they...

    Some Greeks were blonde and red haired, but they were a minority. I recall a Youtube from a few years back where it demonstrated that an unreleased genome of a R-L23 "Classical" age Greek was blonde...
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    I would just like to see the justification for a...

    I would just like to see the justification for a SE Caucasus origin for PIE or IE language, since it seems J2 left no imprint on the steppes until the Iron Age/post-Iron Age. I think beyond simply...
  17. I used to be on board with the vaccines (I've had...

    I used to be on board with the vaccines (I've had 2x dose + 1 booster) but it's clear that this rapidly changing virus will not be leaving any time soon. I don't see the purpose of getting boosters...
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    This would normally be true but the separation of...

    This would normally be true but the separation of L23 to Z2103 and L51 is just a few centuries. Moreover, the likelihood that both L51+ and Z2103+ are spawned from Yamnaya or at the very least...
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    Depends. If the grey colour is from L51+ branches...

    Depends. If the grey colour is from L51+ branches or M269+(xZ2103, XL51). Possibly a combination of both. Either way the R1b branches are considerably closer linked from the same Yamnaya related...
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    Right to the point. So when's the data coming...

    Right to the point. So when's the data coming out? The rest is fluff
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    This is very much true, money laundering which...

    This is very much true, money laundering which enters our banks and never gets taxed. I'm not quite sure how they do it, but the banks are complicit in it, possibly because there are other Chinese...
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    The R1a in Britain is definitely predominantly of...

    The R1a in Britain is definitely predominantly of the Scandinavian type. Not sure which mutations the paper is referring to but if it was R-L448, or upstream Z284, and maybe L664. None of these are...
  23. Native Americans have significant east Asian...

    Native Americans have significant east Asian admixture which takes you from the reconstruction to the actual... The original Siberians were not what we would consider East Asian today.
  24. My closest Y-relative by a longshot from any...

    My closest Y-relative by a longshot from any other aDNA research ZAP002, after thousands of samples. Seems to be a foreigner and a mix of 3 sources Sicilian_EBA + German Bell Beaker + IberoMaurisian.
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    Regardless, the agreement is that the Tavan...

    Regardless, the agreement is that the Tavan Tolgoi burial is linked as high status burial possibly linked with the Genghis Khan family due to the presence of the falcon rings. This is actually a...
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