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April 1, 2020, 11:01 am UTC    
December 31, 2018 01:42AM
Rick Baudé Wrote:
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> I almost finished the book and it's fascinating,
> it will be great to see what future DNA
> discoveries bring.

Yes I found it a very interesting and well written book - some excellent graphics also. It will also cause some annoyance to all the people in the world who talk about 'purity' of bloodlines and such. A number of my Japanese friends have shown annoyance that the Japanese are a mixture of Koreans and Ainu - but that was suspected long ago.

That the Indian question is answered by waves of migration and affected by (Jati)?

I found the explanation of Europe (and my own ancestors) to be of great interest and the various 'sloshing' (my word) of people back and forth - the Yamnaya - and the note on Neanderthals and MH mixing in the Middle East but not in Europe.

The oddity of New Guinea (Papuans).

The existence of various 'archaic' people contributing DNA but who are not known yet.

The concept of ghost populations.

Etc etc!


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