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Thread: Y-I bearers would have been the first PIE speakers?

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    Y-I bearers would have been the first PIE speakers?



    I beg your pardon by advance for a thread I 'll have maybe no time to feed on.
    I have not had time to read it yet, I just copy some intro for amateurs. Good luck.
    An Alinei 's apostle? Surely something hard to swallow without somemagic potion.


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    They only discuss Haplogroup I-M170 and not it's descending branches of I1 or I2, how can they come to these conclusions by completely ignoring the branches of I-M170 in Europe?

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    I crossread the PDF paper: at first sight it seems kind of "intone" (psalmody) framed with the repetiton of words like 'continuity', without any try to analyse the links between Y-DNA and language, all that based on an astonishing concept of the Y-haplo's travels in the worlds. Very surprising indeed! Not convincing at all, for I think.

    https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=...dDvhhJ0um_UPr4

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