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  1. So far the most sensible explanation of its...

    So far the most sensible explanation of its origin is that it is the Iberian Neolithic Farmers that made it to the Balkans and Italy, IMO. If we want to go even further it comes from North-West...
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    Don't know how accurate this article is in terms...

    Don't know how accurate this article is in terms of timelines. I know that Illyrians and the West Balkans in general were not good with iron until the 8-th Century BC. This is evident in the...
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    Also they got samples from Iron-Age Bulgaria and...

    Also they got samples from Iron-Age Bulgaria and Ukraine (summers can get quite hot there).
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    There is tons of skeletons found from Classical...

    There is tons of skeletons found from Classical Greek and Roman times. Nevertheless, no genetical testing done on them. I guess they're not very interesting...All we get is the "alien" cave-mans from...
  5. Finding refuge in mountains is a sign of old...

    Finding refuge in mountains is a sign of old archaic haplogroups. like the G branches found in Swiss-Italian Alps. For E-V13 this is also the case if we look at numbers. There is not that much of it...
  6. One option is the goths came and left without...

    One option is the goths came and left without changing the Sarmantians genetically. Another option is that the non-Balkan Slavs came with or after the Huns. The Huns did disappear awfully...
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    As a gene it is more common in Maori and...

    As a gene it is more common in Maori and Africans, in East-Asians it is almost in-existent (so much for all that samurai BS), hence I would be careful calling it anything negative, since it can very...
  8. practically it is a language connection with in...

    practically it is a language connection with in it groups that are quite different genetically, so Romanians are not really Slavs.
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    Poll: I believe every normal person has experienced...

    I believe every normal person has experienced some form of attraction that goes beyond the common physical infatuation, and this is called "love". The nature of it is probably different for men and...
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    Frankly that kind of thinking is wrong and scary...

    Frankly that kind of thinking is wrong and scary because it involves being the guard dog of someone else, and you have no idea who you're being thrown against. Other countries should solve their own...
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    I guess the Creeks figured these genetical...

    I guess the Creeks figured these genetical tendencies through observation Angela. In a fighting culture like theirs, it would make sense for someone with the warrior gene to stick with people from...
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    Since all countries in Europe have very similar...

    Since all countries in Europe have very similar mt-dna, that means all Europeans are genetically very similar in terms of agressivity and criminal behavior. Most actual differences are situational...
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    interesting! So the phrase "like father like son"...

    interesting! So the phrase "like father like son" is actually incorrect. There is no way a father can pass his "warrior" gene to his son. For this case, the phrase should be "like maternal-uncle like...
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    MAOA is found in the X-chromosome, does this mean...

    MAOA is found in the X-chromosome, does this mean a male can inherit the warrior-gene only from his mother?
  15. It might be weather related, in harsh cold...

    It might be weather related, in harsh cold climates or deserts you have to be somewhat driven and motivated in order to survive (you better take things seriously when it is -20 C and you have no...
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    what about: I2a2 M423, I2a2a M359 / P41.2 ?

    what about: I2a2 M423, I2a2a M359 / P41.2 ?
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    I've been saying this for years. But now we have...

    I've been saying this for years. But now we have some autosomal evidence conferming what the ancient Greek mythology says: "Illyrians, Celts and Gauls, are the 3 sons of Polyphemus and Galatea"...
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    some good observations! For sure their y-dna has...

    some good observations! For sure their y-dna has changed massively since the Iron Age, to name a few factors: the huns, the germanic migrations, the slavic migrations, numerous plagues etc. Why is C...
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    The common belief so far has been that R1b came...

    The common belief so far has been that R1b came from Caucasus/Anatolia/Balkans into Western Europe with the Indo-Europeans, since the older/parent clades of West-Euro R1b are in...
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    we know r1a and r1b were in bronze age Germany,...

    we know r1a and r1b were in bronze age Germany, but nowhere else so far! Not even in bronze-age/Iron-Age Hungary, Ucraine, or Bulgaria! It sure looks like they're not the original IE haplogroups...
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    chill out dude, I'm just playing with you. I...

    chill out dude, I'm just playing with you. I don't have grudges with confused kids.
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    now that I remember, I think I read an article...

    now that I remember, I think I read an article about this, but the article also mentioned that there was a car chase with multiple collisions involved, during which when a bullet pierced his cowboy...
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    What are you talking about? Please stop spreading...

    What are you talking about? Please stop spreading malignant disinformation.
  24. Thread: Ebola

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    supposedly the virus does not survive well in...

    supposedly the virus does not survive well in cold temperatures, hence these outbreaks originate mostly from equatorial Africa. So Canada has the better location this time...
  25. Thread: Ebola

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    Agree, there is people still going in affected...

    Agree, there is people still going in affected countries for pleasure (safaris and what not), due to imbecility. At least them should be stopped.
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