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    That is extremely mean and pretentious. One could...

    That is extremely mean and pretentious. One could ask himself if you actually are a good human being with some of your response to other beings.
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    1) My point was never to make a link between...

    1) My point was never to make a link between Anatolians Lydians and Italians Etruscans and Tyrrhenians if this is what you understood. My point was to make a deal between modern hypothesis like...
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    The story line is that Tyrrhenus wich was a...

    The story line is that Tyrrhenus wich was a Lydian, went to Italy with his people called Tyrrhenians. The whole point of the hypothesis is the mythical or historical ( for modern pov ) pov of ancient...
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    I get what you mean. I dont think Herodotus was...

    I get what you mean. I dont think Herodotus was necessarily wrong, he only lived 700-800 years after the times of the bronze collapse and sea peoples. He was closer to them in age that us from...
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    I agree with the last point, but it's maybe more...

    I agree with the last point, but it's maybe more subtle. Let's imagine a little scenario, if originally Etruscans were from the Aegea / Western Anatolia near the Lydians, if they migrated at some...
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    At this point, we cannot be sure Western...

    At this point, we cannot be sure Western Anatolians ( Aegean Anatolia ) of Iran Age were either Anatolian-like or Iran-like related and not Myceneans. If it turns out to be the third option, then it...
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    Moesan hypothesis about Tyrrhenians / Etruscans...

    Moesan hypothesis about Tyrrhenians / Etruscans relationship in terms of Ethnonymy is not necessarily wrong. It's a bit awkward in terms of Linguistic considering Lydians were Indo-Europeans and...
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    I dont have any conclusions or thoughts about...

    I dont have any conclusions or thoughts about Etruscans, you didn't understand what i meant by scandals. People jumped on the J2b sample to say, it proves Etruscans were from Balkans or Anatolia. Or...
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    I believe most scientists have hard-driven bias...

    I believe most scientists have hard-driven bias to be honest. They are hiding them by omission, but each time a hot study about their bias is released, it's like the waking of the dragon, and the...
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    In the case of Davidski and is wrong predictions....

    In the case of Davidski and is wrong predictions. I think is reputation is playing against him, a lot of scientists had their intuitions show'ed to be wrong if we think about it, but in case of...
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    I have a question, i have a read a lot about "...

    I have a question, i have a read a lot about " Amateur " tools especially going against Anthrogenica or Eurogenes. But how actually Amateurs can know whether Amateur or Professionnal Tools are...
  12. Why Lose? Nothing is Lost, it's just used to...

    Why Lose? Nothing is Lost, it's just used to create new things. If, Mongoloid traits there was, they just evolved by mixing, they did not disappear. They are in details, sometimes hard to see. And...
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    Thanks, i always found interesting that, G2a2a...

    Thanks, i always found interesting that, G2a2a and G2a2b were found together in European Neolithic and later phases. While G2a1 is almost solely in the Caucasus Mountains as we know. I wonder when...
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    Do anybody has clues about Steppe ancestry in...

    Do anybody has clues about Steppe ancestry in Etruscans and Italics? I've read here and there that some samples choose Yamnaya ancestry before BB ancestry, while others look like BB's. Does that mean...
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    It probably goes along something like that, at...

    It probably goes along something like that, at least from the side of Reich. But that's the problem with Vulgarization of huge hypothesis like the I-E one. If you really think about it, taking all...
  16. If you think about it for a second, when someone...

    If you think about it for a second, when someone is saying " i want a new theory, or another view " on an hypothesis that is already pretty established. This person clearly has some kind of bias or...
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    Mtdna Haplogroup D in Imperial Roma, Mesolithic...

    Mtdna Haplogroup D in Imperial Roma, Mesolithic people were all y-dna I2a2(a) and mtdna U5 and U8 and probably one Neolithic sample was R1b-V88. They say the intriguing y-dna I1 in Late Antiquity......
  18. I dont think new theories are needed, but more...

    I dont think new theories are needed, but more like " deepening " things up. But like IE studies is such a toxic topic, like not a few times ago V.Narasimhan publish his study, and even if it's...
  19. I did have read the Abstract, but surely it...

    I did have read the Abstract, but surely it doesn't matter that much to go further. To be honest, i'm a little bit tired of people tryharding thee IE topic. And i'm even more tired of " PC Steppe...
  20. Is testosterone even good for women? Look at most...

    Is testosterone even good for women? Look at most sport women, they dont have any breast, i have read something about lack of oestrogenes and possible on the long term of loss of menstruations and...
  21. Is this Ironic? Not sure to get it.

    Is this Ironic? Not sure to get it.
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    Yes the study sounds naive, L0 is probably the...

    Yes the study sounds naive, L0 is probably the oldest living mtdna haplogroup of modern humans. It's not the base of Homo Sapiens mtdna tree, wich is obviously older and dead. Not even taking into...
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    I have hard time to make sense of all those...

    I have hard time to make sense of all those positive / negative selection things. Obviously because i'm an amateur. But nature dont seem to be that accurate in selecting things. If we follow the...
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    Wait, so we are closer of the Bonobo than the...

    Wait, so we are closer of the Bonobo than the Common Chimp? ( Joke )

    Is this even possible with Probabilities that a lineage stayed at the same place for that much time? And why specifically...
  25. Sorry i did not really follow this topic, but...

    Sorry i did not really follow this topic, but anybody knows if the Romans samples will be compared to different populations of ancient Italy? Typical exemples would be, Ancient Ligurians, Ancient...
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