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    Quote Originally Posted by Knovas View Post
    Look at the Eupidia averages, insane!!!

    How much haplogroup T do you see in Spain to make it significant? Why don't you say anything about other countries?

    What a profesional clown, my god xd
    yes, looking eupedia, fool!


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    Where is the light eyes map clown? and the haplogroup table?

    He forgot to search, what a coincidence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knovas View Post
    Where is the light eyes map clown? and the haplogroup table?

    He forgot to search, what a coincidence.

    I'm awaiting for your scientific data about Galicia, I put 2 links to scientific data about Galicia, you none.
    You can keep barking.

    FOOL!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knovas View Post
    Where is the light eyes map clown? and the haplogroup table?

    He forgot to search, what a coincidence.
    Lets Repeat

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    This map? Are you happy now?


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    Meanwhile, I'm waiting that you share with us the correct data of haplogroups in Galicia. Although I know it's sterile waiting, because you're not interested about scientific data, nor you have any links to scientific data.

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    You can check also the haplogroup distribution in Galicia here in Eupidia. Haplogroup E is high, yes, we know the conclusions you take of this since you don't care about autosomal analysis.

    Nothing left to say.

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    Excellent thread Ferreiro, as always showing the truth about your country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knovas View Post
    You can check also the haplogroup distribution in Galicia here in Eupidia. Haplogroup E is high, yes, we know the conclusions you take of this since you don't care about autosomal analysis.

    Nothing left to say.

    It is not a tragedy to have haplogroup E, H or T between us. Well, maybe for you it is a tragedy. I pity you.

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    Of course it is not a tragedy, you are the only one who says this with clear interested purpose. Nobody cares so much about ancient migrations wich have nothing to do with phenotype. That's your exclusive behavour.

    Having you in this Forum is not a tragedy, but in fact, it is quite pathetic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferreiro_ View Post
    It is not a tragedy to have haplogroup E, H or T between us. Well, maybe for you it is a tragedy. I pity you.
    There's no significant H outside of Gypsies, is there? That's quite South Asian.

    T is older in Europe IIRC and I suspect that European T subclades should show that, although I'm admittedly quite unfamiliar with the structure of that haplogroup. Do we actually have data on the diversity of Galician T or are we just assuming that it's a recent introduction? Some haplogroups that are much more common in Asia, like F, have been found to be quite ancient among Europeans. I don't know about T. It looks like Maciamo thinks it came largely from the Phoenicians.

    By the way, do you know your own Y-DNA haplogroup, Ferreiro? Just out of curiosity. You're ethnically Galician, yes, so if you don't know, you think you may be one of these?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferreiro_ View Post
    It is not a tragedy to have haplogroup E, H or T between us. Well, maybe for you it is a tragedy. I pity you.

    Well said my friend. Spaniards should be proud of their african heritage, as we are proud of our amerindian heritage. All the people in Latin America are proud of having amerindian blood.

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    sparkey:

    Ferriro is a galician name, thus I suppose he has to be a very native galician.

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    HAHAHAHAHAHA...Canek, Ferreiro's second head continues to post nonsense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sparkey View Post
    There's no significant H outside of Gypsies, is there? That's quite South Asian.

    T is older in Europe IIRC and I suspect that European T subclades should show that, although I'm admittedly quite unfamiliar with the structure of that haplogroup. Do we actually have data on the diversity of Galician T or are we just assuming that it's a recent introduction? Some haplogroups that are much more common in Asia, like F, have been found to be quite ancient among Europeans. I don't know about T. It looks like Maciamo thinks it came largely from the Phoenicians.

    By the way, do you know your own Y-DNA haplogroup, Ferreiro? Just out of curiosity. You're ethnically Galician, yes, so if you don't know, you think you may be one of these?
    Good post, Spark. As usual.

    This guy is not indigenous Galician. He may have some lose connection to Galicia, but that's it. He has polluted several other forums with his nonsense. All clues point to a LatAm-Italian with a sick ax to grind against Spaniards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferreiro_ View Post
    yes, looking eupedia, fool!

    We'll be posting more recent maps that are much more scientific and accurate.

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    It is posible he could belong to haplogroup T, since Italy is one of the most relevant countries on this haplogroup

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    wrong thread, sorry.

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    Why do you post this here clown?

    Search for the Great Pyramid and the other two in Egypt, and you'll finish your homework.

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    Canek keeps forgetting to take his meds. hahahahahahaha.

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    He is a bad pupil as you can see XDDD

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    Quote Originally Posted by sparkey View Post
    There's no significant H outside of Gypsies, is there? That's quite South Asian.

    T is older in Europe IIRC and I suspect that European T subclades should show that, although I'm admittedly quite unfamiliar with the structure of that haplogroup. Do we actually have data on the diversity of Galician T or are we just assuming that it's a recent introduction? Some haplogroups that are much more common in Asia, like F, have been found to be quite ancient among Europeans. I don't know about T. It looks like Maciamo thinks it came largely from the Phoenicians.

    By the way, do you know your own Y-DNA haplogroup, Ferreiro? Just out of curiosity. You're ethnically Galician, yes, so if you don't know, you think you may be one of these?
    Haplogroup T is, to my knowledge, nonexistent in Galicia. Although perhaps has not been sufficiently investigated.

    I don't know my Y-DNA, but I don't care the least if I would be R, E, J, H or T. You know why? because I'm sure of my education.

    Of all the messages that these 4 fools have posted, not once have given a link to a scientific study. They only dedicate to bark, because the results are not what they hoped.

    If the scientific studies would result that all Spanish are R and I they would be glad, they would say is wonderful, perfect scientific study. But the reality is different, and because they are racist, they try to destroy all scientific research. But they won't get it.

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    What do we have 5.6 % of M-81 in Spain: what problem do you have with it?, as that the Spanish we do not have any problem. In all the countries there are diverse haplogrupos. I have the sensation that you are projecting your own complexes in Spain.

    I believe that you have the most comfortable position in all this clash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferreiro_ View Post
    I don't know my Y-DNA, but I don't care the least if I would be R, E, J, H or T. You know why?
    I don't know my DNA either. I don't care if I would be A, B, C or D. You know why? Because I know my parents. I know my father and my mother. I love them no matter to what haplogroup they belong...

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    However, he cares a lot about Spanish haplogroups, more if some of them are E or T, to prove that we are Africans or something more if it's posible (see the Gypsy episode xD).

    Simply pathetic.

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