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    You may well be correct re R1b U152, rms2, and I...

    You may well be correct re R1b U152, rms2, and I am tempted to agree with you that the Belgae are responsible for most of it. The modern day continental distribution seems to indicate that its...
  2. Yes, of course, any pedigree has the possibility...

    Yes, of course, any pedigree has the possibility of a ratio of NPEs, and they all involve a leap of faith in the sense of ancestral fidelities. However, in your case, all you appear to possess is the...
  3. I have only ever encountered deliberate rudeness...

    I have only ever encountered deliberate rudeness and transparently anti-English aloofness on a regular basis in Paris, but then the English delight in this familiar cultural trait and thoroughly...
  4. Poll: The Classical musical contribution is definately...

    The Classical musical contribution is definately under-rated. Aside from the more well-known Sibelius, Grieg, and Nielsen there are other wonderful composers such as Svendsen, Halvorsen, Stenhammar,...
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    Yes, but the big difference between Britain and...

    Yes, but the big difference between Britain and countries like Germany and Norway is that our climate is damper and arguably less healthy overall. No doubt that northern Germany and Norway have...
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    I am no expert, and I do not know what the...

    I am no expert, and I do not know what the average Norwegian would score. However, I wonder if the links to populations like Balochs, Central Asian and Caucasus are there because your male ancestry...
  7. You refer to old pedigrees that link your name...

    You refer to old pedigrees that link your name Walsh [which, according to Richard Roche's [1995] 'The Norman Invasion of Ireland' hails from Pembrokeshire in Wales] to several Cambro-Norman sources...
  8. oh! a very "cool" thread where I suppose there...

    oh! a very "cool" thread where I suppose there will not be too hot quarrel! only supposition that will not bring civil war or verbal terrorism (joke!)
    I agree with almost what is said here because I...
  9. O'Grady and O'Driscoll actually turn up in...

    O'Grady and O'Driscoll actually turn up in reasonable numbers in L161 I2a1b2-Isles. I think O'Grady is more 'C' and 'D' subclade and O'Driscoll more 'A'.
  10. Sparkey, You mention me previously. Well, to be...

    Sparkey,
    You mention me previously. Well, to be honest I've changed my tune about I2a1b2 a little. Much as I respect Nordtvedt, his age estimates are just that- estimates. I've talked to both Bryan...
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    Sparkey, The poster called 'hope' refers to...

    Sparkey,
    The poster called 'hope' refers to I2a1b2-Isles, and I think the reference may be to a posting of mine rather than to Ken Nordtvedt, who does not post on here. I get my info largely from...
  12. The bulk of my ancestry is from the eastern side...

    The bulk of my ancestry is from the eastern side of England and I have a high E/E score of 10.01%. Having no known , recent East European ancestry, I can only assume that this score is an echo of...
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    You will find, Franco, that a lot of Scots pay...

    You will find, Franco, that a lot of Scots pay lip service to the idea of independence. However, the majority [admittedly, a reduced majority] realise that even with oil they are not going to emulate...
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    Were it not for massive [and I mean massive]...

    Were it not for massive [and I mean massive] subsidisation by English tax-payers Scotland would 'financially crumble' now, never mind via independence. Don't worry though, if Scotland ever does get...
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    Dr McDonald informs me that his English samples...

    Dr McDonald informs me that his English samples are largely from Kent with a few from Cornwall. I came out as 100% English, by the way. I think these two sampling frames replace the Orcadians in the...
  16. Modern-day Japanese who were not even born when...

    Modern-day Japanese who were not even born when these atrocities were committed should never be blamed for them. There is no such thing as inherited national guilt. Nevertheless, Japanese people...
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    Poll: When exactly did the Irish 'kick the English...

    When exactly did the Irish 'kick the English out'? Successive waves of 'English', from Strongbow's Anglo-Norman invaders through the Elizabethan and Williamite Plantations to the present day have...
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    I agree that there is definate historical...

    I agree that there is definate historical evidence for both Danish and Norwegian Viking settlement in Ireland, but as McEvoy and Bradley's study appears to show, they seemingly have left few genetic...
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    Poll: I don't think about Australia very often, but...

    I don't think about Australia very often, but when I do I slightly shiver. Maybe not in my lifetime but I have a feeling that one day China will invade and take Australia's vast open spaces for its...
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    Sparkey, I know that Jean Manco holds the view...

    Sparkey,
    I know that Jean Manco holds the view that it is the 'B' subclades that can be associated with the Anglo-Saxons but I am not so sure. Nordtvedt has continental examples from A, C and D...
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    Poll: Bertrand, Some of your delightful...

    Bertrand,
    Some of your delightful French ways puzzle us too- eating Ortolan, snails etc, your truly terrible popular music, and the way you drive to name but three. However, thankyou...
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    There are many parts of Britain that were...

    There are many parts of Britain that were relatively untouched in genetic terms by Danish and Norwegian Vikings. There is little Viking influence in Wales and the Home Counties, for example....
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    Thanks for quoting me earlier. I would like to...

    Thanks for quoting me earlier. I would like to add a little too. The most up-to-date nomenclature for this L161 positive 'Isles' clade is now I2a1b2-Isles, according to Ken Nordtvedt. It is certainly...
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    Poll: I'm built upon similar lines, son. Except I have...

    I'm built upon similar lines, son. Except I have more finely-chiselled features [Norman influence] and a full head of hair. :laughing:
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    Poll: Your comment amused me, though I imagine that you...

    Your comment amused me, though I imagine that you realise that we can never return to the days of the traditional 'Westphalian' model of the autonomous nation-state. As far as Britain is concerned,...
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