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Post by Beagle » Wed Mar 14, 2007 9:24 pm

marduk wrote:
The time frame here is the Holocene
astounding observation
:lol:
You don't know anything about that haplotype so you don't have a clue as to what Cogs and I were talking about. I think I explained it later on. But if not - just know that you're in the dark.

Are you posting before thinking?

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Post by Beagle » Wed Mar 14, 2007 9:28 pm

Well, I can see that from time to time, I'm going to have to correct your posts. When you're posting behind me anyway. Try to do better.

This was an F. You'll come up though.

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Post by marduk » Wed Mar 14, 2007 10:19 pm

you're claiming I don't know anything about yDNA R1a are ya
perhaps in that case you should ask Cogs who told him about it
and why its relevant to your lack of knowledge
I'm betting I'm far more yDNA R1a than you are
:lol:


see thats an in joke that only someone who knows what yDNA R1a is could make
you don't get it do you Beags
here let me put it in a simple term you can grasp
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spot the yDNA R1a member amongst this larger group of J1s
:wink:

fyi i met Cogs at the ghmb shortly after I had completed a map that traced every known haplogroup that ever left africa back to their source at the beginning of the holocene 10,000 years ago and earlier going back about 30,000 years using solely orthodox data supplied by national geographic. So in fact I know just about everything about almost every haplogroup (with the exception of those still in africa) known on earth during the holocene. fyi the mtdna is far more valuable for tracing migration patterns precisely because it traces down the female line and not the male. Men have a tendency to wander off. women stay at home
Bet you wish you knew that before you opened your mouth now don't you

i said that when you claimed the time period was the holocene was an "astounding observation" because as any real student of geological time periods could tell you the Holocene is the period which contains every civilisation known to science
and you were talking about human genetics in a human civilisation known to science
so stating the time period was the holocene was like saying
"hey i need to know about Chicken Mcnuggets and the area of reference is the Mcdonalds burger chain
like what did you think it would be
Pizza Hut ?
:roll:
that comment by you made in ignorance was designed to make you look knowledable wasn't it
backfired rather badly didn't it
now go wipe that egg off your face and get back to me when you're ready to learn something
this is almost getting embaressing
:lol:
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Post by Beagle » Wed Mar 14, 2007 11:04 pm

My God your reading comprehension sucks. You didn't understand anything I said about mDNA vs. yDNA.

I'm going to check back on you posts in awek or so, but you may be beyond help.

You're so slow on the uptake that you only saw the last post of mine. True isn't it? I reviewed them all. Mostly incorrect.

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Post by marduk » Wed Mar 14, 2007 11:42 pm

I'm going to check back on you posts in awek or so
:lol:
duh
just don't get it do you
with each post your credibility goes down
anyone can read back on those posts and see that you're now fluttering around like a butterflies wings on a pin having just been exposed to the wind
except that butterfly
hes brighter
want me to post quotes so that people don't need to go back and read how your now trying to save face by lying about your lack of knowledge ?
:lol:
just say if thats ok
I dont mind at all
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Post by Cognito » Thu Mar 15, 2007 3:30 pm

Beags, I confess to being a once upon upon a time poster at GHMB. However, it is just too painful to continue reading what's being posted on that Forum in order to participate. There are way too many crazies in there! :shock:

By the way, that R1a migration went from the Ukraine / Caucasus area into India in addition to other areas. The R1a migration pattern is significant for reasons that Marduk implied. 8)
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Post by marduk » Thu Mar 15, 2007 3:47 pm

Beags, I confess to being a once upon upon a time poster at GHMB
it was fun while it lasted
in the end the crazy community took over because of bad moderation
which was why I opened my own forum
lets hope history doesnt repeat itself
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Post by MichelleH » Thu Mar 15, 2007 3:56 pm

marduk wrote:
Beags, I confess to being a once upon upon a time poster at GHMB
it was fun while it lasted
in the end the crazy community took over because of bad moderation
which was why I opened my own forum
lets hope history doesnt repeat itself
:lol:
History repeating itself at your forum? :lol: :wink:
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Post by marduk » Thu Mar 15, 2007 4:58 pm

yeah I got crazies at my forum as well
of course theyre friends of mine so its ok
but they're still crazy
one of them posts here
(hehe that will keep them guessing)
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Post by Beagle » Thu Mar 15, 2007 6:09 pm

that will keep them guessing)
Why would anyone care?

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Post by Beagle » Thu Mar 15, 2007 6:16 pm

http://www.hindunet.org/saraswati/monog ... nguage.pdf

A 7 page pdf. Nothing earth shattering, but some interesting reading to get back on topic.

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Post by marduk » Thu Mar 15, 2007 6:34 pm

Why would anyone care?
because apart from you I am popular amongst the vast majority of posters here
quite a few of whom i introduced to this forum
and quite a few of whom I have known a long time before I started posting here myself
and most of whom, I consider to be friends
see actually Lee
youre the abberation here
you don't like me that makes you an odd one out
ce la vie
can't be popular with everyone all the time can we
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Post by Beagle » Thu Mar 15, 2007 6:42 pm

I hope the other guys stick around. :wink:

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Post by Minimalist » Thu Mar 15, 2007 6:55 pm

He is not alone.
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Post by Beagle » Sat Mar 17, 2007 9:30 am

Beagle wrote:http://www.hindunet.org/saraswati/monog ... nguage.pdf

A 7 page pdf. Nothing earth shattering, but some interesting reading to get back on topic.
Just a little housekeeping. This article was lost in the O/T discussion.
Just getting back on topic. 8)

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