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2018-10-07 21:14:47 UTC  

Columbus really *settled*

2018-10-07 21:14:57 UTC  

The Vikings just hung out for a winter or two

2018-10-07 21:15:03 UTC  


2018-10-07 21:15:13 UTC  

vikings got drove away by the native americans and never came back

2018-10-07 21:15:25 UTC  

columbus has weapons to overtake the native americans

2018-10-07 21:15:35 UTC  

@YungGreatness Too many skrælings

2018-10-07 21:15:55 UTC  

Native Americans lived in America since forever

2018-10-07 21:16:05 UTC  


2018-10-07 21:16:07 UTC  

they r the true founders but after them is Leif Ericsson

2018-10-07 21:16:20 UTC  

even after him I think someone else came to America

2018-10-07 21:16:34 UTC  

Columbus was like the 3rd person

2018-10-07 21:16:53 UTC  

He was the only one to come back which is why he is “celebrated”

2018-10-07 21:17:22 UTC  

it's not just that

2018-10-07 21:17:26 UTC  

the scale is completely different

2018-10-07 21:17:44 UTC  

Columbus's discovery had 1000x more impact than Leif Ericsson's

2018-10-07 21:18:11 UTC  

yea duh.

2018-10-07 21:18:25 UTC  

like Is aid Leif erickson got attacked by native americans and never came back

2018-10-07 21:18:33 UTC  

so of course he didn’t get to settle

2018-10-07 21:18:41 UTC  

leif ericsson is a legend

2018-10-07 21:18:42 UTC  

well the Norse did settle in North America

2018-10-07 21:18:45 UTC  

he probably died

2018-10-07 21:18:53 UTC  

never returned

2018-10-07 21:19:12 UTC  

ye probably lol

2018-10-07 21:19:27 UTC  

The Yautja found the Americas

2018-10-07 21:21:40 UTC  

what’s funny is the colony Columbus is from stopped funding his voyage to America cus they thought it was a waste of time

2018-10-07 21:23:26 UTC  

Native Americans are unironically part European.

2018-10-07 21:24:39 UTC  

"Iz claim dis land for White bois"

2018-10-07 21:26:11 UTC  

no Native Americans aren't part European

2018-10-07 21:26:30 UTC  

there's shared genetics because Native Americans and Europeans have some common origin

2018-10-07 21:27:03 UTC  

unless you're talking about modern Native Americans who have European ancestry post-Columbus

2018-10-07 21:28:01 UTC  

~36,000 YBP: The ancestors of the ancient Beringians began to separate from East Asians, but gene flow between them continues until about 25,000 YBP
~25-20,000 YBP: This population experienced gene flow with the ancient North Eurasian population (to which the Mal’ta boy belonged)
~20,000 YBP: The ancestors of the Upward Sun River child diverged from the ancestors of other Native Americans.
~17,000-14,600 YBP: The two major clades (genetic groups) of Native Americans differentiate from one another.

2018-10-07 21:28:46 UTC  

yeah Ancient North Eurasians

2018-10-07 21:29:11 UTC  

I don't think the indo europeans were in ancient north eurasia at this time

2018-10-07 21:29:14 UTC  

could be wrong!

2018-10-07 21:29:28 UTC  


2018-10-07 21:29:40 UTC  

PIE people (Yamnaya) had significant ANE ancestry because the two groups that merged to create them both had ANE ancestry

2018-10-07 21:29:43 UTC  

but they weren't pure ANE

2018-10-07 21:30:42 UTC  

@agag There's evidence of pre-Colombus European DNA fam.

2018-10-07 21:30:52 UTC  

please don't say Solutreans

2018-10-07 21:31:08 UTC