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    The general nutrition we have is excellent, we...

    The general nutrition we have is excellent, we just have problems with individual diets and our general way of life, especially the high levels of sugar, fat and artificial ingredients, but even more...
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    I knew that article and the distribution map...

    I knew that article and the distribution map shows very clearly the former core zone of E-V13 spread: ...
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    I think Natufians brought it up to the Northern...

    I think Natufians brought it up to the Northern Levante, where in the mix with local foragers the ancestors of ANF came up, with the Natufian paternal and autosomal contribution as a minority...
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    I do look at the distribution of modern samples...

    I do look at the distribution of modern samples and these are, from my point of view, inconclusive to in favour of back migration from Asia for haplogroup E as a whole. However, it might be even more...
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    That is unknown. It might be more or less...

    That is unknown. It might be more or less probable, but its not decided yet.



    That is clear.

    Two different things. People sometimes forget how old E and its main clades actually are and...
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    I don't think he will be in any known subclade,...

    I don't think he will be in any known subclade, looks negative for all knowns. So far all results go in the direction of Channeled Ware, primarily Gáva-Holigrady and Belegiš II-Gava being the main...
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    Which subgroup do you mean, which archaeological...

    Which subgroup do you mean, which archaeological culture?
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    That's largely unresolved, as is the exact...

    That's largely unresolved, as is the exact genesis of Gáva-Holigrady and Belegiš II-Gava. There was a lot of turmoil in the MBA-LBA phase, before the expansion took place, with a lot of pressure from...
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    The only non-dark horse patrilineage in modern...

    The only non-dark horse patrilineage in modern Europe is R1b und I2, because those two were always strong.
    G2 on the other hand was big once, but got pushed down later.
    The other major players,...
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    Eye color changes from birth in the first years,...

    Eye color changes from birth in the first years, up to the 3rd year of age I'd say.

    But my point was about stable eye colors in adults. Like I know adult people with such blue-grey with a tinge...
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    That's the easy one, because I know about mixed...

    That's the easy one, because I know about mixed eyed people which can produce every eye color in their children. Like blue-grey with a just slight tinge of brown, or green with a slight tinge of...
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    The FTDNA BigY is the first choice, because you...

    The FTDNA BigY is the first choice, because you get all you need for your paternal DNA analysis, its easy to grasp what they deliver and they have the biggest data base. I would also suggest you...
  13. Poll: How widespread is it in Romania and Moldovia?

    How widespread is it in Romania and Moldovia?
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    Is there any source online for Chinese yDNA?...

    Is there any source online for Chinese yDNA? Probably even with a regional breakdown, anything new?
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    In the groups relevant for me the surnames are...

    In the groups relevant for me the surnames are just representatives of the regional ethnic group, not necessarily my family tree. The names listed are just the most common names of the whole cluster,...
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    My current knowledge and intepretation goes like...

    My current knowledge and intepretation goes like that:
    Daco-Thracian is an independent Indoeuropean branch, but its closest relative on the tree is Balto-Slavic. I also think that one likely...
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    Do you know whether he is German or Ashkenazi...

    Do you know whether he is German or Ashkenazi Jewish? Its a fairly common normal name in Germany, but appears also quite frequently among Jewish people:
    https://forebears.io/surnames/redlich
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    Its not like that, because the path prediction...

    Its not like that, because the path prediction provided is just a rough estimate. There are two things to consider: Without ancient DNA, it remains speculative, and secondly, for most SNP's many...
  19. Its true that that levels were still rising up...

    Its true that that levels were still rising up until modernity, with a possible peak in Iron Age to Medieval times. It is, from my point of view, easy to explain, as the commoners in the North...
  20. You are right, but what's for sure is that the...

    You are right, but what's for sure is that the people had to start to dring milk unprocessed at some point, because otherwise the selection for lactase persistence would make no sense. The population...
  21. Not just German, but also other Western European...

    Not just German, but also other Western European and especially Slavic people settled in the Hungarian kingdom. Additionally, a large portion of the Hungarians were practically annihilated in a...
  22. You have to look at Sintashta from another...

    You have to look at Sintashta from another perspective, namely that of their cultural innovations, and I say the chances are low that some forest steppe, Northern Corded Ware groups developed that...
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    Its the latter. There is no exact percentage, so...

    Its the latter. There is no exact percentage, so what "substantial" means is up to every reader I guess. They won't come up with a too exact estimation anyway, because the resolution seems to be to...
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    We can't say where the original centre was, but...

    We can't say where the original centre was, but we can say where they had to be about 30.000 years ago. They had to be in the Levante and especially Southern Arabia. Now I'd say they were there all...
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    There is also no older E in Africa other than...

    There is also no older E in Africa other than from the IBM's which were a proven back migration. We have no knowledge of where they were sitting before, we can only limit the options with North East...
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