Category: Genetics

Ptolemy XII Auletes King of Egypt

  Ptolemy XII Auletes King of Egypt Date Place Source Born : – 80 BC – Died : – 51 BC – Ref. : 1527 Father Mother Ptolemy IX Soter II King of Egypt Concubine of Egypt Marriage Children – Cleopatra V Tryphaena Princess of Egypt – – Cleopatra VII Thea Philopator Queen of Egypt – – Berenice IV Princess […]

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Ptolemy I Soter King of Egypt

  Ptolemy I Soter King of Egypt Date Place Source Died : – Ruled 306-283 BC – Ref. : 2092 Father Mother Lagos of Macedonia Arsinoe of Macedonia Marriage Children – Dght of Nectanebo II Princess of Egypt – – Artakama of Daskalytis – – Berenice of Macedonia – – Ptolemy II Philadelphos King of Egypt – Eurydice I Princess […]

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Η ΜΑΚΕΔΟΝΙΚΗ ΜΕΙΟΝΟΤΗΤΑ ΣΤΗΝ ΜΕΤΑΛΛΑΓΜΕΝΗ ΜΙΚΡΗ ΒΟΥΛΓΑΡΙΑ Με την αλλαγή φρουράς στον Λευκό Οίκο στις πρόσφατες αμερικανικές εκλογές και την επάνοδο των Δημοκρατικών στην εξουσία, ανοίγει ουσιαστικά ξανά το θέμα των Βαλκανίων, ως συνέχεια του έργου της κυβέρνησης του Μπίλ Κλίντον. Η διάλυση της Γιουγκοσλαβίας έχει παγιωθεί πλέον και η φαινομενική εκκρεμότητα του θέματος των Σκοπίων πλησιάζει στη λύση του.. […]

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THE ARNAIZ-VILLENA CONTROVERY EXPLAINED FOR NON-GENETICISTS

THE ARNAIZ-VILLENA CONTROVERY EXPLAINED FOR NON-GENETICISTS

When one studies genetics at a population level, one should not use one gene as a comparator. By doing so, they are using biased methods that will lead to misleading results. By chance, one gene may be similar between two totally different populations – simply BY CHANCE. One has to analyze MANY genes in order to link populations.   What […]

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The Arnaiz-Villena Theory: Another Skopjean Myth Exposed and Explained PART II

The Arnaiz-Villena Theory: Another Skopjean Myth Exposed and Explained PART II

In their follow-up paper, an explanation was provided for the first paper’s findings, probably because when one submits a manuscript to a scientific journal, there are word limits and they thus required a second paper to describe their theories in greater detail. It is clear that they understand their findings are against all historical evidence when they claim that there […]

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iGENEA wins an award!!

iGENEA wins an award!!

… the newly instituted Anthropology Blog award for Outstanding Achievement in Misleading the Public about Human Population Genetics. I don’t usually post about specific genetic testing companies unless they do something innovative, but I got two e-mails recently about a particular company, and I have to make an exception. First of all, let me state that I have no reason […]

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Fyromian lies over Slavic populations genetics Part II

Quote: The Macedonians have a following percentage of Y-haplogroups (male lineages): E3b1 21.4% , I1b 29% , J2 12.2% , R1a 14.7% , R1b 7.8% . Its actually quite funny how people misquote (intentionally?) papers.. According to the paper in question FYROMians have a 6.3% of the subclade J2e-M102 and not 12.2 of J2 which is not entirely presented in […]

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FYROM’s propaganda over Slavic populations genetics Part I

FYROM’s propaganda over Slavic populations genetics Part I

High-Resolution Phylogenetic Analysis of Southeastern Europe Traces Major Episodes of Paternal Gene Flow Among Slavic Populations — Pericic et al. 22 (10): 1964 — Molecular Biology and Evolution http://vetinari.sitesled.com/slavic.pdf Quote: E3b1 comes from East Africa (Ethiopia, Somalia) and got to the Near East after the end of the Ice Age with the bearers of Afro-Asiatic (Semito-Hamitic) languages. Here they mixed […]

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