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    Nobody knows, but possibly a language that is now...

    Nobody knows, but possibly a language that is now extinct that was a cousin language of PIE.
  2. I suspect this genomic signature of Australasia...

    I suspect this genomic signature of Australasia is actually the genomic signature of the early out of Africa migration along the southern coast of Asia. That signature was preserved more strongly in...
  3. A problem with this hypothesis is the lack of...

    A problem with this hypothesis is the lack of Denisovan admixture in West Asia, North Africa and Europe in either modern or ancient DNA. Some level of Denisovan admixture is found in all East Asian...
  4. What number should be added to E for Basal...

    What number should be added to E for Basal Eurasians who lived somewhere without Neanderthals 54-49 kya whilst other non-Africans were interbreeding with Neanderthals?

    My speculative hypothesis...
  5. This paper seems to be the latest Chinese attempt...

    This paper seems to be the latest Chinese attempt to deny the out-of-Africa origin of modern humans and keep the multiregional theory alive. So all Y chromosome haplogroups, including A and B,...
  6. I agree, E is a prime candidate for Basal...

    I agree, E is a prime candidate for Basal Eurasian, as well as being the main Y haplogroup of many speakers of Niger-Congo languages today.

    I think R1 is still found in some indigenous Siberian...
  7. Leif Erikson and the other Vinland settlers in...

    Leif Erikson and the other Vinland settlers in 1000AD probably included R1a, and perhaps some R1b, but I don't think there is any evidence that they interbred with the local (Skraeling) women during...
  8. The relationship between Y haplogroups and...

    The relationship between Y haplogroups and language families? How about:

    A Khoisan, Nilo-Saharan
    B Pygmy (extinct)
    C1 Indo-Pacific, Australian
    C2 Austric, Dene-Caucasian
    D Ongan
    E ...
  9. Has anyone else noticed the correspondence...

    Has anyone else noticed the correspondence between ANE and Greenberg's proposed language macro-families Eurasiatic and Amerind? Greenberg's proposals are still hotly disputed, but Greenberg regarded...
  10. Right from the audacious abstract this paper...

    Right from the audacious abstract this paper makes some bold claims. So many mistakes of the past corrected, the truth at last revealed.

    For example, 7,500 years ago farmers from southwestern Asia...
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    An excellent book on the topic of this thread is...

    An excellent book on the topic of this thread is "The Goodness Paradox" (2019) by Richard Wrangham. He makes a distinction between reactive aggression, which declined with self-domestication, and...
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    Poll: I agree with you about Falstaff, I never warmed...

    I agree with you about Falstaff, I never warmed to him as a comic character. I read most of Shakespeare's comedies for their poetry rather than their humour.

    I think "Much Ado About Nothing" is...
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    Source population locations, detailed haplogroups...

    Source population locations, detailed haplogroups and migration timelines for the following:

    - Basal Eurasian
    - Dzudzuana
    - Superarchaic Ghost population
    - Yellow River Ghost population
    -...
  14. The native peoples of New Zealand (Maori) and the...

    The native peoples of New Zealand (Maori) and the Chatham Islands (Moriori) are Polynesians and are genetically closely related to Easter Islanders, Tahitians, Hawaiians, Rarotongans and other East...
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    Poll: Macbeth, Hamlet, Richard III, Richard II, Timon...

    Macbeth, Hamlet, Richard III, Richard II, Timon of Athens, As You Like It

    Sonnets 15, 33, 62, 71, 73, 107

    Quotes by Macbeth:

    Stars, hide your fires. Let not light see my black and deep...
  16. The mystery of the two unmixed Polynesian...

    The mystery of the two unmixed Polynesian Botocudos was solved recently when it was revealed that in the late 19th century a New Zealand museum loaned two Polynesian skulls (one Maori and one...
  17. Sticky: When will the Dzudzuana samples be uploaded to...

    When will the Dzudzuana samples be uploaded to GEDmatch, that's what I'd like to know? A calculator based on Dzudzuana would also be good.
  18. Interesting, but not surprising. I'm quite...

    Interesting, but not surprising. I'm quite willing to believe that the modern humans who arrived in South-East Asia more than 44,000 years ago already had the capacity for story telling and symbolic...
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    One possible mechanism is that the most...

    One possible mechanism is that the most aggressive individuals, particularly those who were violent for no apparent reason, would become so unpopular within the social group that they would be...
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    Domestication is in some ways a process of...

    Domestication is in some ways a process of extended infantilization. Adult dogs, for example, retain wolf puppy behaviours such as jumping up and trying to lick the faces of their owners when they...
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    Yes, 30 dynasties, so a dynasty lasted about 100...

    Yes, 30 dynasties, so a dynasty lasted about 100 years on average, but I still find it surprising, even if they selected a child not obviously flawed, that enough pharaohs were at least...
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    It's surprising that pharaonic Egypt lasted for...

    It's surprising that pharaonic Egypt lasted for over three thousand years given the pharaohs' tradition of extreme inbreeding. This inbreeding has been confirmed by recent studies. The mummies of...
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    Total ROH Mb: 12.40 Total autosomal: 71.681% of...

    Total ROH Mb: 12.40
    Total autosomal: 71.681% of SNPs are Homozygous

    And yet the parents of one of my great-grandmothers were second cousins and her maternal grandparents were also second cousins....
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    Yes, my list could have been much longer. I...

    Yes, my list could have been much longer. I mainly picked films that are stylish and visually striking, that I particularly like, but I didn't even include La Dolce Vita or 8 1/2. The Leopard, La...
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    My favourite Italian films: Roma, citta aperta...

    My favourite Italian films:

    Roma, citta aperta (1945) - Rossellini
    Senso (1954) - Visconti
    Mamma Roma (1962) - Pasolini
    Il deserto rosso (1964) - Antonioni
    Giulietta degli spiriti (1965) -...
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