#genetics (Discord ID: 393251982258995201) in Literature Club, page 1

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2018-03-27 19:11:27 UTC

Interesting, my uncle used to love anything he could find on Neanderthals

2018-04-01 16:11:47 UTC

tldr version - first race in india was distantly related to negrito races like papuans. Then sardinian-like race showed up in modern pakistan, and somewhat mixed in with the older negritos. This mixture becomes the dravidians and spreads over India. Then the aryans show up sometime after 2000 BC. Worth remembering that the aryans mixed pretty extensively in Central Asia before they invaded India though.

2018-04-17 03:45:34 UTC

tldr: pygmies around the world aren't closely related, but evolved in the same way towards small size

2018-05-25 02:47:47 UTC

tldr: unrepresentative study of Argentines shows them to be only about 65% white on average, with a lot of variance

2018-05-25 02:48:56 UTC

the amren article goes well with the paper - lots of indian immigration in the last 90 years, but it used to white

2018-06-04 06:04:29 UTC

tldr: mysterious armenian type ancestry in lipka tatars, but 70% euro and 30% asian otherwise

2018-06-04 06:05:01 UTC

annoyingly, it does the admixture plot and includes the volga tatars, but doesn't discuss them

2018-10-22 21:54:58 UTC

Three racial replacements in NE asia. Also, no hint of melanesian type ancestry in ancestors of Amerindians. Seems to imply melanesian first model for peopling of the americas

2018-10-26 06:27:36 UTC

the ancient north siberians are also the ancestors of the ancestral north eurasians. The ancient north siberians split from west eurasians 40k years ago. So that solves the question of why some thought that western hunter gatherers appeared to form a cline with ANE

2018-10-30 00:18:00 UTC

Showing differences between African and European peoples.

2018-11-15 06:48:11 UTC

tldr: at least three races in americas that we don't know much about, and at least one was here prior to amerindians

2018-11-15 06:55:23 UTC

Maybe Joseph Smith wasn’t 100% full of it

2018-11-15 06:56:07 UTC

Haha maybe Brigham had some good stuff too

2018-11-15 06:57:06 UTC

good point - mormons could use this

2018-11-17 17:57:12 UTC

How long until we discover "politically incorrect truths".

2018-11-23 05:36:00 UTC

can't believe I haven't posted this - about the indo-european conquest of europe

2018-11-23 05:37:50 UTC

@Nemets What do you think the implications of that are?

2018-11-23 05:37:54 UTC

for our people?

2018-11-23 05:38:35 UTC

there aren't any - I wouldn't stop being pro white regardless of whatever came out of genetics

2018-11-23 05:38:46 UTC

just interesting to know more about our history

2018-11-23 05:39:07 UTC

Yeah but I meant what are the implications for genetic tendencies?

2018-11-23 05:39:17 UTC

what does that say about our people?

2018-11-23 05:39:34 UTC

it's just a paper about ancestry, not any tendencies

2018-11-23 05:42:52 UTC


2018-12-03 06:43:01 UTC

40% of english ancestry comes from anglo-saxons

2018-12-09 02:44:29 UTC

lot of stuff to digest in this one - african genetic history has a lot unanswered questions

2019-01-25 06:06:53 UTC

a third nonhuman species that was as distantly related to us as denisovans and neanderthals interbred with humans

2019-01-25 17:42:49 UTC

So Africans have neither Neanderthal nor this third source introgression?

2019-01-25 21:49:07 UTC

They have both from a later backmigration

2019-01-25 21:50:09 UTC

Ok, answer me this. Australian aborigines are Homo Sapiens or Homo Sapiens Sapiens?

2019-01-26 00:49:17 UTC

We’ll find out in the next few years

2019-01-27 17:25:19 UTC

looks like some northern amazonian populations used to have a large population in the past - perhaps related to the Amazonian agriculturalists that Charles Mann talks about in 1491

2019-02-02 03:47:42 UTC

paper on the how the various medieval spanish kingdoms left a genetic impact

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