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  1. Don't forget epidemics... We don't really know...

    Don't forget epidemics... We don't really know how you can crush a population so fast.
    The only thing we have to compare the IE peopling, is the conquest of the Americas.
    Also we don't have to rule...
  2. Wait, Maciamo, did you realize that in Latin...

    Wait, Maciamo, did you realize that in Latin languages there is the sound 'Q'
    While, Germanic languges use 'P' derived letter 'F' for the number 4 (four, and vier in Dutch and German).

    That...
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    I also think that our names can be more than a...

    I also think that our names can be more than a random sound.
    I have always thought about why we choose the sounds we choose. The sound 'm' is very different from the 'r' or 't'. Same with the...
  4. It was organized religion (I think)

    Maybe, once civilization started, outsourcing grew.
    If you read carefully you'll realize that it says brain size started shrinking since the Ice Age. Which absolutely coincides with the begining of...
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    Your haplogroup was the most common until the...

    Your haplogroup was the most common until the Neolithic in Europe.
    U, in general, is believed to be the oldest mt-DNA Haplogroup native to Europe. Having its origin after the first migration into...
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    The 2000 year cycle of Civilization?

    Societies take a relatively long time to develop, and the civilization we live in is the product of Thousands of years of development. In which a lot of things, many times difficult, and to some...
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    Did Milk help the Indo-European expansion?

    We know that Paleolithic and Neolithic Western Europeans were lactose intolerant, as well as many Eastern Europeans who were not R1.
    But an study showed that among Yamnayas, for example, 94% were...
  8. Right now they're not willing to accept any...

    Right now they're not willing to accept any science or history that doesn't present anything in line with their current discourse.
    That is, if you don't say something like how bad were the whites...
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    Poll: You said it. Even though Climate Change won't...

    You said it. Even though Climate Change won't extinguish us like the most anxious fear.
    It will cause droughts(Yihadi-ravaged Sahel region has been like a decade suffering droughts), rising sea...
  10. Latin America also has high levels of R1b. Well,...

    Latin America also has high levels of R1b.
    Well, not poor in global terms, it's median income.
    But significantly poorer than the West.
    The difference lies in the mothers.
  11. This is very interesting. I just came here after...

    This is very interesting.
    I just came here after seeing this new.
    Apparently there was a third contribution to the Japanese genome.
    And it's linked to the appearence of the centralized state.
  12. There's new content I wanna post about IQs and...

    There's new content I wanna post about IQs and mothers.
    A detail I find interesting is that Jews and Arabs share paternal haplogroups, same for Spanish and LatinAmericans.
    But Jews and...
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    What makes you think people back then was less...

    What makes you think people back then was less violent? Indians were far less backward, that's why they were conquered. But judging from the evidence of the Azctec Empire, we know they were much more...
  14. If there are Neanderthal mt lineages in modern...

    If there are Neanderthal mt lineages in modern humans, that means Neanderthal WOMEN were the ones passing their genes...
    Moreover, we know that when one population subjugates other nobody gives...
  15. Really? Pakistani, as well as Afghan and Russians...

    Really? Pakistani, as well as Afghan and Russians seem one of the most angry people to me.
    Or maybe it's the J Haplogroups. But anyway, Russians seem a lot angry to me...
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    The Aryan-Semitic link

    Studying history, I realize the rise of the IndoEuropeans and the Semites is closely linked.
    To begin with, we have to say that Europe and the Middle East have always been related.
    Europe was...
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    Genetic studies clearly show Jews are a Semitic...

    Genetic studies clearly show Jews are a Semitic people.
    By the way, their own myths claim their origin to be around 2000 BC, from a Nomadic pastoral tribe of the Middle East.
    But sort of succesful,...
  18. Sumerian themselves were the most likely...

    Sumerian themselves were the most likely destroyers of the Uruk civilization (3000s BC).
    I say this because after the chaotic Yem Det Nasr period (3100-2900 BC), we see the appearence of more...
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    The truth is we have done nothing to stop the...

    The truth is we have done nothing to stop the rise of the Totalitarian dictatorship.
    First, they supress Tiananmen.
    Then we hand them each and every brand of industry with no commitment to be an...
  20. The latest example of girls with strong...

    The latest example of girls with strong personality having more daughters.
    Gal Gadot, the actress of Wonder Woman. Her character doesn't doubt for a second to be tough.
    In real life, she also seems...
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    How can we rule out that Askhenazis come from...

    How can we rule out that Askhenazis come from Khazars?
    Given that they were near the MidEast, at the other side of the Caucasus
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    But the Philistines were of Near Eastern genetic...

    But the Philistines were of Near Eastern genetic origin or were Near Eastern, went to Europe and came back.
    Because that has already happened...
  23. Inteligence is linked to mt-DNA Haplogroups?

    I'm not really an expert in genetics, maybe users with deeper knowledge can help me.
    But I launch this idea to open a thread where maybe we get interesting data.

    I've heard that Haplogroup K help...
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    Some people laugh at this theory and tend to...

    Some people laugh at this theory and tend to point to cultural patterns linked to economic development to explain higher LGBTI acceptance.

    But I believe that your Haplogroup can be very...
  25. I don't think the minority C Haplogroup can be...

    I don't think the minority C Haplogroup can be the Jomon culture originators because of 2 things:

    One, iother Eurasian places, Hp C is related with deep Paleolithic Lineages that went nearly...
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