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  1. I see an arrival in the late Copper age, and my...

    I see an arrival in the late Copper age, and my idea, when I debated all of this with Jean Manco at least ten years ago, was that metallurgists indeed navigated long distances searching for ore and...
  2. Well, we discussed all of this here, but it seems...

    Well, we discussed all of this here, but it seems to have come as a shock to Allentoft and company.

    I ran across this and saved it:
    "The working of copper became a widespread technology in...
  3. So, in both Chalcolithic and Bronze Age, and in...

    So, in both Chalcolithic and Bronze Age, and in Southwestern as well as Southeastern Iberia.

    Very interesting.
  4. As I suspected. None of the men approach the look...

    As I suspected. None of the men approach the look you're describing, imo. Long faces with angular jaws are not round. Cara Delavigne and the first girl have somewhat round faces and reasonably...
  5. Thread: Favorite Novels

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    Yes, Fanny is definitely not a very strong...

    Yes, Fanny is definitely not a very strong character, and I don't find as much of Austen's sardonic humor in it, so it's not my favorite Austen novel by far, but the social observation is even...
  6. Please post a picture of a typical person from...

    Please post a picture of a typical person from the British Isles who has those traits, please.
  7. What, men from the Med just traded off their...

    What, men from the Med just traded off their women and then left? Or in the case of invasion/migration, call it what you will, they left their women behind and left?

    Much more likely that as...
  8. I knew it. I don't know where they studied...

    I knew it.

    I don't know where they studied archaeology, but to say the Eastern Mediterranean traces are barely noticeable is just wrong.

    Years ago we discussed here how the architecture more...
  9. Thread: Favorite Novels

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    What an interesting list; very intriguing! I...

    What an interesting list; very intriguing!

    I haven't read the three I highlighted so I will definitely check them out. I'm afraid the first book of Nabokov's I read was Lolita, and despite the...
  10. Is the Portuguese spoken in Brazil different...

    Is the Portuguese spoken in Brazil different enough from the Portuguese spoken in Portugal that some linguists could describe it as a different language?

    If it isn't, then it's just another...
  11. The final number they arrive at is still about...

    The final number they arrive at is still about 80% Anatolia Neolithic with 20% HG for all but two of the samples, although there is some accretion of steppe gradually over time.

    Their conclusions...
  12. It's a rule of great importance in population...

    It's a rule of great importance in population genetics, but too often forgotten.

    Much too much theorizing and making absolute pronouncements based on incredibly flimsy to no evidence whatsoever...
  13. Members might be interested in what I wrote three...

    Members might be interested in what I wrote three years ago about Z2103 and the Etruscans and the ancient Greeks, as well as other ydna in Italy....
  14. Thread: "WOKE" America

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    A university professor is publishing a book...

    A university professor is publishing a book arguing that sexual attraction to young children is not abnormal.

    This is the type of absolute bilge to which college students are now subjected. Then,...
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    That's a good observation. There's more pressure...

    That's a good observation. There's more pressure to socially conform to the group in northern European countries, imo, so you might not want to advertise that you are resisting vaccination.

    Well,...
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    I meant what was the ydna of the Eastern...

    I meant what was the ydna of the Eastern Mediterranean people they mention. Clearly, it was mostly wiped out, so unless we get lucky with a sample in a later paper I guess we'll never know.
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    People pay to go to lectures all the time, and...

    People pay to go to lectures all the time, and they pay to go to university, but you probably don't know anything about that. So, likewise, people pay Razib Khan, a geneticist by training, and...
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    Lady Gaga looks just beautiful here and her...

    Lady Gaga looks just beautiful here and her performance is STUPENDOUS. Can we also hear it for Tony Bennet, so old and frail, battling Alzheimer's and yet still singing. You can see the love between...
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    I agree with that, but what I find more...

    I agree with that, but what I find more interesting is that the Germans, Austrians, Swiss and Swedes are more resistant to getting the vaccine than other Europeans, much more so than the French, for...
  20. I am predicted 4th cousin level with a Danish...

    I am predicted 4th cousin level with a Danish family, and contacted them. To their knowledge no stray Italians in the bloodline; not even rumors of one. :)

    I've always felt, given the number of...
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    I'm more interested in what kind of earlier...

    I'm more interested in what kind of earlier "Mediterranean" ancestry they're talking about. I never thought the El Argar archaeology showed the arrival of steppe people, but rather something from the...
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    I don't always agree with him, and he has his own...

    I don't always agree with him, and he has his own biases, but I'd sure listen to him than to some unknown poster who puts Angola as his home.

    Why don't you come out of hiding, tell us who you...
  23. This is why it's not a very good idea to average...

    This is why it's not a very good idea to average samples when you have only a handful of them; it can completely skew the analysis.
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    To justify still paying for Netflix, I watched...

    To justify still paying for Netflix, I watched "The Haunting of Hill House."

    Still not as disturbing as the original.
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    Percent unvaccinated by country in Europe:...

    Percent unvaccinated by country in Europe:
    https://i.imgur.com/o8Enh1R.png
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