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    Just some details - Cornwall today is no more...

    Just some details
    - Cornwall today is no more the ancient Celtic country. The Cornish surnames and even the christian names turned into surnames as in Wales are a minority. And I think it goes back...
  2. Thread: Origin of R1b

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    Spite the respect I have for Maciamo thoughts...

    Spite the respect I have for Maciamo thoughts about Y-R1b, I think before new informations that it would have been born in Central Asia (between center and southern Central Asia in the direction of...
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    There is your proper feeling and the others...

    There is your proper feeling and the others feelings about you!
    The question is not the social/political/cultural/psychological aspects only but the depth of time in history you want to address....
  4. One more time we see the relativeness of...

    One more time we see the relativeness of admixtures estimates, according to studies.
  5. Johen, I fear you are making your own definition...

    Johen, I fear you are making your own definition of what/who is EHG... the Baikal element was, I think, a slight part of EHG, not the core, by far.
    To me it seems typical CWC have different physical...
  6. Sorry, Etrusco, I did not read your last post...

    Sorry, Etrusco, I did not read your last post when I wrote Hastily my answer!
  7. in some survey, they are described as halfway...

    in some survey, they are described as halfway between WHG and Natufians - and close to Dzudzuana's - so they have Bassal Eurasian which lacks (I think) in WHG, even late Villabruna. To say they are...
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    @Calum I exposed some points as stuff to weight,...

    @Calum
    I exposed some points as stuff to weight, without to go deep into the question. I ‘ll try to answer you with my limited knowledge on the question, without any certainty, and my answer will...
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    @Calum Damned! You made an interesting answer to...

    @Calum
    Damned! You made an interesting answer to my post written a bit quickly and whose goal was just to emit some possible explanation, without to go deep into the question or to contradict you...
  10. @Real Expert I agree with a lot of your points...

    @Real Expert
    I agree with a lot of your points in this thread. Just we don't know how was precisely the pigmentation of our old HG's, spite I doubt they were so dark as say someones. But in a post...
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    It was one of my scenarii (Y-G and Y-H) but I...

    It was one of my scenarii (Y-G and Y-H) but I avow I based it on nothing factual, unless te fact that Y-E and Y-J din't seem to me the BE bearers! BTW I don't know the %'s of BE among South Asians,...
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    1- between the Bernicia old times and today S-E...

    1- between the Bernicia old times and today S-E Scotland/N-E England genetics, time has passed, and resettlements of people has surelyoccurred in some way.
    2- two pops of same origin but isolated...
  13. As for my personal opinion, I take the point that...

    As for my personal opinion, I take the point that the WHG might have had skin lightening genes we don't recognize. Great. The question still remains, as Anfanger succinctly put it: why then did the...
  14. Personal attacks at Anfanger? Concerning myself,...

    Personal attacks at Anfanger? Concerning myself, I posted my opinion and the fact that Anfanger, who very often has good points, did not seem to accept some Real Expert points.
    Now, pigmentation...
  15. I suppose you feels well now? I had the...

    I suppose you feels well now? I had the impression I was the attacked person. But some observations of mine were on the general plan, and were not by force centered on you, except the ones concerning...
  16. Wow! Keep cool. Others than me explained why...

    Wow! Keep cool.
    Others than me explained why they THINK (as me, I never said I KNEW) Cheddar man had few chances to be very "black": his geographic place of life, with surely far ancestors already...
  17. Search of reality matters, for someones of us!...

    Search of reality matters, for someones of us!
    You are doing your best to not understand or to make people to think you don't understand what Real Expert writes. I understand him very easily......
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    I have todate no firm opinion, so I put more...

    I have todate no firm opinion, so I put more details from Wikipedia, which is often well enough informed, even if not always at the top:

    "On the basis of analysing samples of volunteers in YDNA...
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    If I rely on Wikipedia, your affirmation is far...

    If I rely on Wikipedia, your affirmation is far from being confirmed:

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Jump to navigation Jump to search Haplogroup I-Z63, also known as...
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    True. But Berbers are numerous, and their big...

    True.
    But Berbers are numerous, and their big "hat" covers large regions, someones very southern, someones in between, someones mountanous or maritime in North; the southern nomadic tribes would be...
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    concerning BE I can referr myself to Lazaridis'...

    concerning BE I can referr myself to Lazaridis' diverse graphs: they have no big contradiction between them ATW. Personally I have not the scientific skils to discuss seriously Lazaridis; seemingly...
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    BE : it’s not God’s words, but my understanding,...

    BE : it’s not God’s words, but my understanding, only :
    If I understood well the graph in Dzudzuana paper, ‘Dzudzulike’ has ~28 % of ‘BE-like’ and Taforalt has ~28 % * 65 % of ‘BE-like’, it’s to...
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    Please, don't confuse population-like component...

    Please, don't confuse population-like component (kind of plausible ghost) with historical true populations.
    'Basal Eurasian' (a component, not an historical pop) splitted long ago from the most of...
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    @Daniel I'll be long: You mention: Two other...

    @Daniel
    I'll be long:
    You mention:
    Two other populations fit as 2-way mixtures in Table S3.5: Neolithic Anatolians fit as ~86% Dzudzuana and ~14% Natufians. This does not disprove that Neolithic...
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    I prefer the other scheme (the Dzudzu's paper ...

    I prefer the other scheme (the Dzudzu's paper one) - but in the one you produce, we see interactions between Villabruna and Levant, and then between Villabruna and Anatolia. In fact, rather a...
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