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    Poll for ancient dna paper will come out first

    Since there has been a relative drought on ancient dna papers, besides the Mesolithic Scandinavia and Baltic Sea region papers. I am curious to know which of the four ancient dna papers do you think will come out first. The options are the Chalcolithic/Bronze Age Israel paper, South Asian paper, Maykop paper or the final version of the Bell Beaker?

    My opinion I think the Chalcolithic/Bronze Age Israel paper will come out first
    Last edited by Principe; 01-31-2018 at 07:05 PM.

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    Perhaps a 5th option is necessary for aDNA on bigfoot/lochness monster? Seeming more likely at this point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kale View Post
    Perhaps a 5th option is necessary for aDNA on bigfoot/lochness monster? Seeming more likely at this point.
    I like that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kale View Post
    Perhaps a 5th option is necessary for aDNA on bigfoot/lochness monster? Seeming more likely at this point.
    Regarding the South Asian paper, I think you are probably right . Whatever the results are , things will get messy. As for Beaker ... wake me when it arrives.


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    I predict Jean will have two more books out before all of these papers are finally released.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dewsloth View Post
    I predict Jean will have two more books out before all of these papers are finally released.
    Ahhhhuel, that was funny!
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    I voted for the final version of the Olalde et al Bell Beaker Beaker paper for two reasons: 1) the pre-print has been out awhile already and 2) I want to see the final results.

    Otherwise, anything is possible.
     


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kale View Post
    Perhaps a 5th option is necessary for aDNA on bigfoot/lochness monster? Seeming more likely at this point.
    But what language did it speak? Is there evidence of a clear break in continuity with previous plesiosaurs? What was its SKIN COLOR?!?!

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    What are the chances that two of those will come out at the same time, like the Bell Beaker Behemoth and Genomic History of South-East Europe last year? Or that one of those studies is waiting on the results of another?

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    Almost certainly more than 1 will come out at the same time. Whichever one deals more with Indo-Europeans will get all the attention and the other will be ignored.

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