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  1. As for French DNA, beside French Canadians and...

    As for French DNA, beside French Canadians and Cajun, there were Hugenots that came early and fade out rapidly into the general American population and could be part of the American background...
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    I have the same feeling than both of you,...

    I have the same feeling than both of you, something is not right. There's too many farmer haplogroups in today's Iberia for them to have come back en masse later. Maybe the R1b men were buried...
  3. John Hawks talk about the subject last month in a...

    John Hawks talk about the subject last month in a Gibraltar conference. The relevant part start about 28:00.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aa3258dAOxo
  4. Mende in Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea; Yoruba...

    Mende in Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea; Yoruba from Nigeria to Côte-d'Ivoire...

    From the fossil record, homo rhodesiensis seems too young, maybe homo antecessor or homo ergaster? Maybe a new...
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    Looking at the overall map: ...

    Looking at the overall map:

    https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article/figure/image?size=large&id=info:doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0211562.g001

    It makes me wonder what we are missing under the...
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    "Another solution would be NOT to encourage women...

    "Another solution would be NOT to encourage women to have a professional career. Left-wingers argue that this is "freedom"."

    And it's also basic right wing free market. Or it should be. Some women...
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    New Englander, the problem is men in their 30s...

    New Englander, the problem is men in their 30s don't tend to have much more money than men in their late 20s. At least, not enough to make a difference population wide. And past 25, male fertility...
  8. I heard about it over a year ago, let's see... ...

    I heard about it over a year ago, let's see...

    There's a page about it on University of Victoria's site:...
  9. To qualify as White American, look at your...

    To qualify as White American, look at your reflection in a mirror. If you look like White American, then you are White American. Simple as that.

    As for the trivia of DNA test, check for something...
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    Who was his wife? Do you have an approximate year...

    Who was his wife? Do you have an approximate year of birth and/or wedding?
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    The Robichaud ancestor, Étienne Robichaud is...

    The Robichaud ancestor, Étienne Robichaud is J-BY37662. Although there is a branch which is R-SRY2627, the progenitor is Joseph, son of Charles, son of Étienne, probably a NPE.
  12. There was a podcast in two parts at Maple Stars...

    There was a podcast in two parts at Maple Stars and Stripes on the topic:

    https://maplestarsandstripes.com/shownotes/mss-047-french-canadian-genetic-diseases-part-1/...
  13. Poll: I voted for my brother who is 6'2",...

    I voted for my brother who is 6'2", R1b>R-DF27>R-DF16. My father was almost 6' and one of his brother was close to his height. Although, his father and his other brother were about 6'6". In my...
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    My take would be men are more dependent of their...

    My take would be men are more dependent of their fathers' lifestyle and women more dependent of their husbands' lifestyle. Let take a bloodless, monogamous, consensual sex, without epidemics, without...
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    The probability you could be true E* is about...

    The probability you could be true E* is about nil, so you are likely some other subclade under E.
  16. Ever heard of the Flynn effect? ...

    Ever heard of the Flynn effect?

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flynn_effect

    Basically, the score "100" is an average, which went up slowly for about 3 points a decade since the first tests in...
  17. Poll: Exactly. Thanks for understanding even though I...

    Exactly. Thanks for understanding even though I wrote groupe B instead of group A in the first paragraphe. -_-

    People who put the flower into group A are looking for a balance between the...
  18. Poll: But on the other hand (the Eastern hand I guess...

    But on the other hand (the Eastern hand I guess xD ) flowers in group B only diverge from the norm by one element. One has no leaf, one has pointy petals, one has a double circle center. The fifth...
  19. Poll: I went for A and B because the form is the same.

    I went for A and B because the form is the same.
  20. Poll: I chose A. 3/4 flowers have round petal, 3/4...

    I chose A. 3/4 flowers have round petal, 3/4 flowers have single circle center and 3/4 have a leave. Only 1/4 has the right stem, but everything else is right.

    In group B, 1/4 flower has the right...
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    It took a while before I spot him, but I manage...

    It took a while before I spot him, but I manage to see after a few minutes. I redraw... ok more like butchered, the contour of the form.9864Edit: I'm not sure... did it work for you guys?

    Edit:...
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    G2a3 can be found in Europe and Middle East....

    G2a3 can be found in Europe and Middle East. There is no massive intrusion of the haplogroup in Africa, but there are quite a lot of possible way for it to have made it to Africa. I could have been...
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    There were contacts all around Indian Ocean since...

    There were contacts all around Indian Ocean since far in Antiquity, by land and by sea. Probably someone took a wive in India or Middle East and ended up somewhere between Nubia and Zanzibar. Even if...
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    He could just be Acadian, they had a village...

    He could just be Acadian, they had a village about 10 kilometers South West of Oak Island.

    http://www.cuslm.ca/~clio/fenetre/images/41.jpg

    Looking through the French Heritage DNA Project,...
  25. To access Big Y, you need to buy Y37, Y67 or...

    To access Big Y, you need to buy Y37, Y67 or Y111. Y37 should enough for your need. STPs (short tandem repeats) are more useful for close genealogy. SNPs will give you a sharper haplogroup and that's...
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