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Sep 2, 2012
 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Major_histocompa...
I see some overlap in classes.

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Sep 24, 2012
 
http://anthroeurope.blogspot.nl/ #!/2012/02/dienekes-k7b-calcul ator-my-results.html
note to self
Check Gedrosia R1b M269 in relation to Basque, Sumerians or Melanesians.
8000-7000 BC early migration, over Turkey and Zchech turf.
Later farmers early IE R1a and more Caucasian.
Finn and Basque share some Gedrosian.
The Basque language could be related to Sumerian.(hmm, doubt it)
Some throw out the Anatolian theory of linguistics (Kurgan) but Basque lingo has to come from somewhere.
Since Turkish and Portugese also moved to South-America around 1600 CE, that might be the actual link, instead of a direct Melanesian route.

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Oct 10, 2012
 
All about the Denizovan genome (acc. Harvard)
http://good-lab.dbs.umt.edu/Good_Lab/Publicat...
90 pages

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Oct 10, 2012
 
The Smithsonians about Neanderthalens DNA
http://humanorigins.si.edu/evidence/genetics/...

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Oct 10, 2012
 
http://friedfoo.wordpress.com/evolutionary-bi...

http://www.qucosa.de/fileadmin/data/qucosa/do...
methods and more on Neanderthalens/Denizovan and humans/ 216 pages

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Oct 10, 2012
 
https://docs.google.com/viewer...
informative and all encompassing slide show. 2010

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Oct 10, 2012
 
CONFIRMATION
http://anthropogenesis.kinshipstudies.org/201...

further reading.
Native DNA links to six founding mothers
http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2008/...

Mitochonfrial DNA Diversity in South America and the Genetic Hostory of Andean Highlanders
http://mbe.oxfordjournals.org/content/20/10/1...

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Oct 10, 2012
 
American Indian prehistory as written in the mitochondrial...[Hum Biol.1992 -PubMed-NCBI
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1351474

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Oct 10, 2012
 
Bagger!
Searching from something sane about sumerian DNA the weirdest fringe theories are posited.
From Aryans (a simpe cow and horse herding tribe from persia that moved around 200 BC to India, got ideas above theirstatio and loaned a script. This sanskrit of 150 AD as earliest text has forever been called the oldest. Armenians-old assyrians claim origins fro Ara and Ma. Ma is an old russian steppe fertility goddess and ara ususally means mountain or town->ur uru. But they must mean aram as in the area west of the tigris.
The weird indo-european everyone takes for granted. Dravidian makes a bit more sense. And we have the Kurgan hypothesis.
But for some reason we end up with magyars claiming to be sumerians based on language, though the ancient script figurines they base this on can be found allover the place.
Marsh arabs are because of having slightly different DNA suddenly claimed to be sumerians.
And I saw Q,T,G, J2a4h2 and J-L25 passed all of as socalled sumerian. Withour becoming any the wiser.)
The most puzzling thing about all of it, is that we have more then 1,000 skeletons rotting away in musea allover the place, and no one has ever done a DNA test.
Even 550 from Kish that thus represent an entire population.
Some background information and sites.
Posted 31 July 2011 - 03:39 AM
Y-chromosome and mtDNA polymorphisms in Iraq,a crossroad of the early human dispersal and of post-Neolithic migrations
And then take that and compare with the following articles concerning the Magyar's and one can see that there is no correlation whatsoever.
MtDNA and Y chromosome polymorphisms in Hungary: inferences from the palaeolithic, Neolithic and Uralic influences on the modern Hungarian gene pool
Y-Chromosome Analysis of Ancient Hungarian and Two Modern Hungarian Speaking Populations from the Carpathian Basin

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Oct 10, 2012
 
I think i gave this before.
A summation and at least a decent list of literature about the socalled sumerian problem.
https://docs.google.com/viewer...

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Oct 10, 2012
 
Some other thoughts.

http://anthropology.net/2010/01/29/the-great-...

But frankly encountering the same stumbling blocks, as in lack of information, and apparently proud nationalistic claims in thus unreliable studies as far as the conclusions go.(like arab research managing to add Abraham or armenian or hungarian claims.)

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Oct 10, 2012
 
Some more (i tried to find ones that at least show some critical thought)
Predicted haplogroups of early Middle Eastern civilizations.
http://www.eupedia.com/forum/showthread.php...

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Oct 17, 2012
 
What a difference the denizovan find makes in interpretation of human migration.

A summary of thoughts before -
It's like ancients had nothing better to do than walk from continent to continent- on migration routes.
http://users.on.net/~mkfenn/page5.htm

Some more interesting sites.
chitons
http://www.thefullwiki.org/chiton

EJC Search Results keyword: glaciation
http://journals.ohiolink.edu/ejc/search.cgi ?...
http://journals.ohiolink.edu/ejc/search.cgi ...

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Jan 11, 2013
 
100,000 differences in the denisovan and neanderthal genome compared to modern humans:
http://www.labspaces.net/123139/Scientists_se...

Still south-america has not been thoroughly 'dna-ed'. Thus no answer yet as to Denisovan spread.

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Feb 28, 2013
 
Why Melanesians are blonde resolved: gene expression.
http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/gnxp/2011/0...

Lapita pottery
http://users.on.net/~mkfenn/page6.htm

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Feb 28, 2013
 
Melanesian and Asian Origens for Polynesians: mitDNA and Y chromosome Gradients Across the Pacific.
Kayser
For certain theories (and surprising inconsistencies blanked over again) it's best to first read the Lapita Pottery site.
http://mbe.oxfordjournals.org/content/23/11/2...

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