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  1. https://preview.ibb.co/cLqduf/CSIMG-151-1.jpg ...

    https://preview.ibb.co/cLqduf/CSIMG-151-1.jpg


    Pretty high Baltic Hunter Gatherer, which is not so surprising to me. But, seeing the whole breakdown from my DNA is very cool.
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    Well, you are putting me on the spot about having...

    Well, you are putting me on the spot about having a solution. I don't profess to have one as per the issue of chimp-like social violence by humans. I don't think there can be much more done aside...
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    How do you come to this? Please read my post more...

    How do you come to this? Please read my post more carefully. No. I said the opposite. It has nothing to do with so-called psychological repression.



    Territorialism, competition, survival,...
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    Laying psycho-analytic ideas like repression onto...

    Laying psycho-analytic ideas like repression onto basic in-group vs out-group territorial protection and aggression really does no service to better understanding human violence. This is animal...
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    This is a valid point. I agree that putting moral...

    This is a valid point. I agree that putting moral labels on the animal itself, for it's behaviour is unreasonable.

    It is a different thing though to speak of chimp-like behaviour from an...
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    Sticky: My prime values: fortitude, honour,...

    My prime values:

    fortitude, honour, equanimity, humility, accountability


    Belief:


    My cosmology is still unfolding, as I am still evolving. However, to summarize: Where I stand is...
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    Ah, ok. I see now. I misread you as taking issue...

    Ah, ok. I see now. I misread you as taking issue with my post, somehow. Sorry, my mistake.
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    I agree with the gist of what you say, if I read...

    I agree with the gist of what you say, if I read you correctly, Angela and that there is enough of violence going around.

    As per whether it matters to know what propensity Neanderthals were also...
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    From the article you linked, I find this...

    From the article you linked, I find this interesting:

    "Both Neanderthal and human males had a much greater incidence of trauma than did the females of their respective species. This pattern...
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    I’m not sure why you quoted me above, as in my...

    I’m not sure why you quoted me above, as in my post I was solely stating that the quantifiable propensity for violence within a population is an area rife for bias and I do not make any speculation...
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    All you have to do is watch chimps, to see they...

    All you have to do is watch chimps, to see they are nasty buggers, and humans have a lot in common with chimp violent tendencies. It takes very little threatening provocation for humans to resort to...
  12. It placed me at the Swiss-Italian border right...

    It placed me at the Swiss-Italian border right under the Matterhorn.

    A bit south and west of my grandparents homes of Trier and Budapest.
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    Oh, I see. I am new to this, but as for your...

    Oh, I see.

    I am new to this, but as for your question asking if any X2c1s are more closely related to each other than you as a X2c, my answer would be No, not necessarily. There is more that goes...
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    Hi Laurelei, It means your cousins are still...

    Hi Laurelei,

    It means your cousins are still on the same haplogroup line but part of a branched off further mutation of it. It helps to look at a diagram to understand it.
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    I am new here and have recently found out from...

    I am new here and have recently found out from 23andme that my mtdna haplogroup is the less common one of H4a1a1a. Like others have noted, there is still not much known about this hg. I can offer to...
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    Angela, I am enjoying your foodie posts. Sorry, I...

    Angela, I am enjoying your foodie posts. Sorry, I haven't been around to respond. I was away from home for a little excursion. I did get my 23andme results though in the interim, and found out I have...
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    Yes, exposure does play a huge part temporally...

    Yes, exposure does play a huge part temporally and relatively. What, I am more interested in is more inclined toward inherent proclivities despite circumstantial influence, which I think has more...
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    I wondered about olives, since you mentioned...

    I wondered about olives, since you mentioned them, Angela. As an olive lover, I can eat them until the cows come home.

    While olives themselves are definitely bitter, they also are what I would...
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    I'm pretty that sure I have read a study or more...

    I'm pretty that sure I have read a study or more than one finding that programming has right brain components and more than average number of left-handed people have a talent for this. Sorry, I do...
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    Hi Angela, Thank you so much for your richly...

    Hi Angela,

    Thank you so much for your richly detailed reply. Apologies for the pun, but this is so much great food for thought. :) I will share some of my own food/taste preferences thoughts in...
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    "In an unfortunate and unfair twist of nature,...

    "In an unfortunate and unfair twist of nature, men are believed to replenish their sperm at a rate of 1,500 a second through most of their lives; there are documented cases of men remaining fertile...
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    There is no “should” about it, aside from where...

    There is no “should” about it, aside from where one stands on non-interference. I do agree with Moi-même on this, as I read her.


    Not encouraging (in any direction) is free market and has...
  23. Poll: Neither do I, but I would like to know how and...

    Neither do I, but I would like to know how and secondarily where, since it probably was anywhere the leisured classes could eat this way and thus, not started solely in Rome. It does seem kind of a...
  24. Poll: Is this a Napolean was Italian, not French claim?...

    Is this a Napolean was Italian, not French claim? Most of us here (excluding the Islamics) , owe our laws to Napolean. I believe we were all taught this. To me, Civil law is French, but I am no...
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    Last Friday night dinner. ...

    Last Friday night dinner.

    https://preview.ibb.co/cvKpxf/IMG-7874.jpg

    "Where's the beef?" After a stressful week and not having had red meat for a week, I felt the need for a steak, so I picked...
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