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Thread: Early replacement of West Eurasian male Y chromosomes from the east

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    Quote Originally Posted by jose luis View Post
    So they're trying to claim credit for all civilizations? I knew this would be the next step if they took the idea of y K2b originating in SE Asia to a racist level.

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    It is not level 0 of the truth.

    The book:


    https://pt.scribd.com/document/40284...-Civilizations


    The Andamans do not have Denisova DNA, populations related to them may have been the first to find this 2nd Africa (the extension of Sundaland's savannah belt was comparable to African savannahs).

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    Quote Originally Posted by jose luis View Post
    It is not level 0 of the truth.

    The book:


    https://pt.scribd.com/document/40284...-Civilizations


    The Andamans do not have Denisova DNA, populations related to them may have been the first to find this 2nd Africa (the extension of Sundaland's savannah belt was comparable to African savannahs).
    Given how primitive they are even today I'm surprised that their ancestors (K2b/P) possibly managed to get to North Eurasia and wipe out the existing male population.

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    A sandwich between advancing glaciers and populations entrenched in the south?

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