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Thread: Is Basque an Indo-European language or not?

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    The solution is very simple, tell the geneticists to find once and for all r1bL51/L151/P310/P312 and R1a-M417 in the steppes and meanwhile to stop talking nonsense about the link between this marker and the Indo-European languages spoken in Western Europe. Invalidating this sample from Afanasievo means that they have not found it yet.

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    @Moesan

    Evidently both VK531 and ATP3 as well as Smyadovo and the Swiss neolithic farmers are very important obstacles for the new Kurgan theory (Reich, Haak and Harvard colleagues). The guardians of the Kurganist orthodoxy function as the Holy Inquisition and their mission is to try to discredit or annul all these cases in order to keep alive a dying theory. I am not saying that you are one of those guardians, I am only saying that we must have open minds and seriously analyze all the possibilities that exist. The steppes have been thoroughly analyzed, and soon there will be published cases in the Carpathian Basin and Khvalynsk. And you know what? - no trace of R1b-L51. I personally believe that more cases of M269 will appear in the Balkans or any neolithic culture of Central Europe. P312 is absolutely western.

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    @Moesan,
    Thanks for your consideration.

    Just list the numbers of your posts.


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    Maybe Proto-PIE and Proto-Basque is relative which was descent from R1 language. Is it possible?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela View Post
    @Moesan,
    Thanks for your consideration.

    Just list the numbers of your posts.
    OK. Let's say since post #77 to #96?

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    It`s not and I`m stunned how much controversy are on this topic.

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    no, it isn't.

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