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    You should develop more your sense of observation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spruithean View Post
    Y-DNA and mtDNA have nothing to do with your physical appearance. That is dictated by your autosomal DNA.
    So wrong, autosomnal dna is diluted. Most important dna is y dna from your grandfather as usually men tend to look like their grandfather and for women it's mtdna but again look at recent ancestors for similar appearance. Y dna and mdna are continuous, autosomnal dna is not as important as these 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by toteu View Post
    Lol ... E1b1b had Hitler too? R1b has concentrations of over 80% in sub-Saharan Africa ? So, E1b1b is black...

    and einstein and napoleon and wright brothers
    and lyndon johnson .....
    and other great



    p.s
    you speak about r1b-v88 .....
    this is the common ancestor of us and e-v38 west africans
    it call e-p177 and it is 40,000 ky damn damn old
    https://www.yfull.com/tree/E-P177/
    Sefhardi, aschenazi, bulgarian
    die Überlebenden
    https://www.yfull.com/live/tree/E-Y62418/
    https://yfull.com/mtree/H3ap/
    k12b ancient
    Closest:
    3.30708331
    R136_Imperial_Era_Marcellino_&_Pietrophenotype: east med with pontic vibe

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    Quote Originally Posted by TaktikatEMalet View Post
    So wrong, autosomnal dna is diluted. Most important dna is y dna from your grandfather as usually men tend to look like their grandfather and for women it's mtdna but again look at recent ancestors for similar appearance. Y dna and mdna are continuous, autosomnal dna is not as important as these 2
    I can't believe crap like this still gets posted.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela View Post
    I can't believe crap like this still gets posted.
    You only have to look at your ancestors to see the strong similarities

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    Quote Originally Posted by TaktikatEMalet View Post
    So wrong, autosomnal dna is diluted. Most important dna is y dna from your grandfather as usually men tend to look like their grandfather and for women it's mtdna but again look at recent ancestors for similar appearance. Y dna and mdna are continuous, autosomnal dna is not as important as these 2
    Funny, I was always taught humans have 23 Chromosomes, 22 of them in pairs are autosomal and only 1 of them the XX for Female or XY for Male are the Sex chromosomes. I haven't taken a science course in college in over 30 years but has there been some new discovery that I missed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela View Post
    I can't believe crap like this still gets posted.

    people don't like e1b1b1
    this is the main reason for this thread in the first place ....
    like the ancestor of i and j
    ij is 42,000 ky not far in age from
    https://www.yfull.com/tree/IJ/
    e-p177 the ancestor of e1b1a and e1b1b


    it is like a croatian i2 dinaric and a syrian j1 who walk in streets of damascus
    share a common ancestor 42,000 ky


    p.s
    thats the way i see the comprasion between a west african and east african e1b1b1
    they have different facial features
    diffrent body type
    the diffrences are a result of evolution , climate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin_Spacey View Post
    so then is everyone from africa or not?
    Only e1b1b1

    P.s
    But the problem is that many cultures
    In ancient middle east had this haplogroup...
    So are this cultures also black or partly black.....
    It is so crazy it is almost sound like the afrocentricts in anthrogenica...
    Cultures that found some e1b1b1 ( black marker acording to people here)
    Natufians
    PPNB
    Chl levant
    Late chl anatolia
    Bronze age levant ( ebla north syria, megido, hatzor)
    Bronze age south caucasus (armenia)
    Bmca culture turan area ( at least 2 individuals were e1b1b)
    Swat site ( north pakistan)
    Saka (kazakhstan)
    Those are all in near east ( and mainly e-z830 downstreams)

    In europe some cultures had y haplogroup e-L618
    And e-v13:
    Avelander cave catalonia
    Neolithic dalmatia
    Sopot
    Lengyl
    Alzace middle neolithic
    Verteba cave west ukraine
    Bronze age sardinia
    Bell beker bronze age iberia

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingjohn View Post
    people don't like e1b1b1
    this is the main reason for this thread in the first place ....
    like the ancestor of i and j
    ij is 42,000 ky not far in age from
    https://www.yfull.com/tree/IJ/
    e-p177 the ancestor of e1b1a and e1b1b


    it is like a croatian i2 dinaric and a syrian j1 who walk in streets of damascus
    share a common ancestor 42,000 ky

    p.s
    thats the way i see the comprasion between a west african and east african e1b1b1
    they have different facial features
    diffrent body type
    the diffrences are a result of evolution , climate

    Why the heck do people dislike a haplogroup? Arabs worship J1 and get depressed when they score other hp. Many folks obsess with R1b-M269 and treat as a royalty. Some people are just crazy and need to grow up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingjohn View Post
    Only e1b1b1
    P.s
    But the problem is that many cultures
    In ancient middle east had this haplogroup...
    So are this cultures also black or partly black.....
    It is so crazy it is almost sound like the afrocentricts in anthrogenica...
    Cultures that found some e1b1b1 ( black marker acording to people here)
    Natufians
    PPNB
    Chl levant
    Late chl anatolia
    Bronze age levant ( ebla north syria, megido, hatzor)
    Bronze age south caucasus (armenia)
    Bmca culture turan area ( at least 2 individuals were e1b1b)
    Swat site ( north pakistan)
    Saka (kazakhstan)
    Those are all in near east ( and mainly e-z830 downstreams)
    In europe some cultures had y haplogroup e-L618
    And e-v13:
    Avelander cave catalonia
    Neolithic dalmatia
    Sopot
    Lengyl
    Alzace middle neolithic
    Verteba cave west ukraine
    Bronze age sardinia
    Bell beker bronze age iberia
    In fact, the vast majority of people that carry E1b1b1 are either fully, predominantly or half Western Eurasian aka Caucasiod.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingjohn View Post
    people don't like e1b1b1
    this is the main reason for this thread in the first place ....
    like the ancestor of i and j
    ij is 42,000 ky not far in age from
    https://www.yfull.com/tree/IJ/
    e-p177 the ancestor of e1b1a and e1b1b


    it is like a croatian i2 dinaric and a syrian j1 who walk in streets of damascus
    share a common ancestor 42,000 ky


    p.s
    thats the way i see the comprasion between a west african and east african e1b1b1
    they have different facial features
    diffrent body type
    the diffrences are a result of evolution , climate
    The very title of the thread is stupid. Ydna doesn't have a color. Color happens as a result of climate. R1b pastoralists in West Africa are black, "E" men in Europe are white. Period.

    Maybe it's time we considered closing this thread. It's racist from the get go.

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    I think that is a good idea.

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