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  1. Well, I was replying to kingjohn about me, since...

    Well, I was replying to kingjohn about me, since he was clearly commenting about my post. I honestly don't even want to be a spokesperson for anyone else, let alone those who are truly obsessed not...
  2. Well, I think they got it a bit wrong that...

    Well, I think they got it a bit wrong that R1b-Z2103 is "the main Y-lineage that is associated with the spread of 'steppe ancestry' across West Eurasia during the early Bronze Age". Much of that...
  3. Unfortunately I don't. I also wish someone knew...

    Unfortunately I don't. I also wish someone knew it.
  4. Nonsense. That sounds a bit paranoid to be...

    Nonsense. That sounds a bit paranoid to be honest. The thing is that Anatolia SPOKE Indo-European languages as early as the Middle Bronze Age, and the IE languages spoken there happen to have been...
  5. Yes, I also get non-negligible...

    Yes, I also get non-negligible Progress_Eneolithic-like admixture in models, even using some CHG and Iran_N-rich samples, for aDNA samples from Chalcolithic Armenia all the way to Chalcolithic and...
  6. Maybe because Iran_Chalcolithic, particularly as...

    Maybe because Iran_Chalcolithic, particularly as far from the "core" of Iran as Hajji Firuz (which is really almost Transcaucasia), was already far too mixed to indicate adequately how much the local...
  7. No, sorry I wasn't specific, I was talking about...

    No, sorry I wasn't specific, I was talking about the Barcin_Chalcolithic sample, so Northwestern Anatolia. That wasn't R1b AFAIK. This is a model I've done:




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  8. Hmm that makes it even more interesting. ;-) ...

    Hmm that makes it even more interesting. ;-)

    Btw I know the heavy proportion of CHG (~45%) in it may skew the results a bit, but even using CHG as a distinct possible source it's quite intriguing...
  9. In my view, after reading a bit of Ehret's...

    In my view, after reading a bit of Ehret's hypothesis and taking my own conclusions from aDNA evidences, Proto-Afro-Asiatic was a Northeastern African language associated with cultures from the Early...
  10. In this video...

    In this video (https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0092867420305092) one of the researchers involved in this new paper, Eirini Skourtanioti, explains that the big changes in the...
  11. This one is really interesting. Where and when is...

    This one is really interesting. Where and when is it from? R1b-V1636 was found IIRC in Chalcolithic Armenia as well as in the Chalcolithic Southern Pontic-Caspian Steppe (Progress/Vonyuchka), and...
  12. Wow it's really great they got samples from BA...

    Wow it's really great they got samples from BA Ebla. That must be as close as we're likely to get from the earliest Semitic speakers, particularly East Semites.
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    Actually, that map is already very outdated just...

    Actually, that map is already very outdated just 15 days later. The situation is much more problematic now:

    https://qph.fs.quoracdn.net/main-qimg-4e2af2091c7c32179aaed288ee5aedf0
    Cases per...
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    Now that Brazil has unfortunately become the...

    Now that Brazil has unfortunately become the second hotspot of the new epicenter of the global pandemic, I decided to post two answers that I posted in my profile in the Q&A social network Quora in...
  15. I mean, since this process took place after more...

    I mean, since this process took place after more than one millennium of fast spread of ANF admixture throughout Europe, it is quite unlikely IMHO that the peoples that were involved in this "WHG...
  16. That's one of the caveats in that hypothesis....

    That's one of the caveats in that hypothesis. AFAIK no sign of a Uralic substrate has ever been found in Central-Western Europe as far west as the Netherlands and Switzerland, and Carlos Quiles wants...
  17. I see absolutely no evidence that Bell Beaker and...

    I see absolutely no evidence that Bell Beaker and Corded Ware's steppic admixture were substantially different, and that Bell Beaker's was closer to Yamnaya's. In fact, if you model all the BB and...
  18. Shift from G2 to I2 dominance and WHG resurgence between the Early_N and the Late_N

    Has there been any published or ongoing effort to understand where the WHG resurgence and boom of I2 to the detriment of Anatolia_N lineages like G2, T and H2 originated and spread from, and how...
  19. I confess always thought this tongue-twister is...

    I confess always thought this tongue-twister is in fact quite simple and easy if you pay enough attention... Now, this one is really tricky to speak correctly in a fast pace with all the "tr" and...
  20. I think this confirms the high extra EEF in this...

    I think this confirms the high extra EEF in this individual in comparison with CWC samples. You have ~44% EEF + ~56% CWC (Germany and Poland), but in this ~56% there was already a significant even if...
  21. Additionally, a very remote relationship between...

    Additionally, a very remote relationship between IE and Uralic is more plausible linguistically (considering morphemes as basic as verb conjugation, pronouns, and some case particles) than with any...
  22. Interesting. Curiously, this individual was...

    Interesting. Curiously, this individual was mostly EEF and had relatively little steppe ancestry, but a lot of extra HG ancestry, absorbed, I guess, in the journey from the steppe to Southwest...
  23. That has not been established at all as you seem...

    That has not been established at all as you seem to imply. It's even more controversial and understudied than the issue of the IE homeland. N1c seems to have been spread in Proto-Uralic and early...
  24. My opinion is that the EHG were a genetic cluster...

    My opinion is that the EHG were a genetic cluster that was already formed since many thousands of years before PIE was spoken, so they probably spoke various distinct languages and even language...
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    In my personal analyses, most of the steppe...

    In my personal analyses, most of the steppe ancestry in Europe comes mainly or significantly from a population source similar to the steppe-only portion of Sredny Stog II samples (not considering...
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