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  1. Mine: Distance to: Angela 6.91508496...

    Mine:


    Distance to:
    Angela


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    I have no idea why, but this post shows up in the...

    I have no idea why, but this post shows up in the activity stream but not the forum. Is there a time lag?
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    Bronze Monument in Southern England

    See:
    https://www.archaeology.org/news/9225-201120-new-forest-prehistory

    "https://www.archaeology.org/images/News/2011/England-Ring-Ditch.jpg


    So, built by the newcomers?

    POOLE, ENGLAND—BBC...
  4. Periodic species extinction because of comet showers?

    See:
    https://www.nature.com/articles/308715a0

    "A 26-Myr periodicity has recently been seen in the fossil record of extinction in the geological past1. At least two of these extinctions are known...
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    New remains from Pompeii

    Well, at least it was fast.

    See:
    https://www.archaeology.org/news/9227-201123-pompeii-human-remains

    https://www.archaeology.org/images/News/2011/Pompeii-Villa-Casts.jpg(Pompeii Archaeological...
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    I've always liked Shania Twain (Canadian or not,...

    I've always liked Shania Twain (Canadian or not, I think she should be an honorary American), and I like the song. :) It. like country more and more.

    I don't know if you were thinking of it, but...
  7. I have no idea. Using that sample, it seems...

    I have no idea.

    Using that sample, it seems to me, might change the modeling. After all, those 26,000 year old samples were pretty close to North West Anatolian farmers who appeared thousands of...
  8. Some more incoherence, this time on the Levant: ...

    Some more incoherence, this time on the Levant:

    "Further support for the demic diffusion scenario comes from f-statistics showing Levantine269 populations to share more drift with Aegeans than...
  9. What they're basically doing, at least in the...

    What they're basically doing, at least in the paper itself, is looking only at the Hunter-Gatherer groups present around the time of the LGM in Europe and the Near East, and then trying to see where...
  10. The most incoherently written abstract I've seen...

    The most incoherently written abstract I've seen in the last five years, and that's saying something.

    Maybe after I read the supplement it will all make more sense.
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    Poll: You need a showman, a good campaigner, as well as...

    You need a showman, a good campaigner, as well as the right message. Plus, third party candidates will never make it in my opinion.
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    Thanks, Duarte. Nice of you

    Thanks, Duarte. Nice of you
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    Poll: Imo there were a whole hell of a lot of people...

    Imo there were a whole hell of a lot of people who supported most of Trump's policies but couldn't bring themselves to vote for him as a man and a president. That's what the media and the Democrats...
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    Poll: The final vote count is going to be something...

    The final vote count is going to be something like 80 million people voting for Biden versus 74 million for Trump.

    There are lessons to be learned from this election, but this was neither a blue,...
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    He's a great singer and it's a song everyone...

    He's a great singer and it's a song everyone wants to hear at holiday concerts; one of my favorites to sing as well as hear. I always thought it was best for a high tenor or soprano, but he gives it...
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    Poll: No one else behaves the way that you do on this...

    No one else behaves the way that you do on this thread; not that we can understand, anyway.

    If you can't discuss politics without this sort of incivility and insults, stay off the thread.
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    Poll: @Northerner, You made a mistake; lost your...

    @Northerner,


    You made a mistake; lost your temper and stepped over the line. You're the only one who does, and this time it's really egregious. Why do you think the rules don't apply to you?

    ...
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    Poll: China has owned Biden for years, way before his...

    China has owned Biden for years, way before his bag man, his son, went to get the latest collections.

    A couple of decades ago a senior editor at the Times, I think, was overheard answering the...
  19. I know what you're getting at, but I don't think...

    I know what you're getting at, but I don't think I'd look at him and say he looks like an ancient Roman or a Northern Italian. It's something about the eyes and mouth. He looks more Jewish to me than...
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    Don't You Need Somebody To Love: Live at...

    Don't You Need Somebody To Love: Live at Woodstock


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5QAF2qF4wHU

    I would have absolutely hated it there, but what music!
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  22. Beaker Kinship and Organization in Copper Age Germany

    Kinship and social organization in Copper Age Europe. A cross-disciplinary analysis of archaeology, DNA, isotopes, and anthropology from two Bell Beaker cemeteries



    Karl-Göran Sjögren
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    More on the subject: Razib Khan's view on the...

    More on the subject: Razib Khan's view on the displacement of Southeast Asia.
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    Ancient coronavirus epidemic drove adaptation in...

    Ancient coronavirus epidemic drove adaptation in East Asians.

    https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.11.16.385401v1

    "AbstractThe current SARS-CoV-2 pandemic has emphasized the...
  25. Imperial Inscription from Septimius Severus

    Especially interesting is that this inscription, found in Bulgaria, was written in Greek. Was that area closer to the Greek world than to the Roman world?
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