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    Proposed Y-dna marker changes

    Is this Legit

    Are the R-Ydna group going to be renamed K2b2 ? ..............what no more R1a v R1b issues?


    http://dienekes.blogspot.com.au/2014...up-k-m526.html

    http://forwhattheywereweare.blogspot...up-k-m526.html

    Is ms. Karafet, the queen of the K group getting here way again as it was in 2008?
    It seems, that K group holds the key to society, before K all was quite, then Bang...K exploded and we have .................
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    it is very interesting, and it was to be expected, once they started analysing full genomes, much more detail is becoming clear, complicating the overall picture

    yes K exploded , but so did F and C before
    C subclades all have been renamed recently

    if you want to rename all K subclades, maybe you should develop some logic that would apply to F as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by bicicleur View Post
    it is very interesting, and it was to be expected, once they started analysing full genomes, much more detail is becoming clear, complicating the overall picture

    yes K exploded , but so did F and C before
    C subclades all have been renamed recently

    if you want to rename all K subclades, maybe you should develop some logic that would apply to F as well
    The paper seems to want to portray that the K group is the beginning of the spread of man at a faster pace, as I said an explosion of migration , I think these geneticist want to create these new K markers as a base for future data

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    Maybe it is better this way to show we are all related rather than splitting into subclades as if we are of separate "races".

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