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    Quote Originally Posted by Huijbregts View Post
    It is not a matter of equivalent models which complement each other.
    It is good model versus a bad model.
    And all under the thread ‘holding the peace’ and ‘common goals’

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huijbregts View Post
    It is not a matter of equivalent models which complement each other.
    It is good model versus a bad model.
    Ok in my case it quite simple, It seems if I’m from an early Germanic tribe jurrasic park
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    in the case of Radboud its more complicated. The break up in the basic three components is not aimed to be an alternative model. But it can help in the analysis. Nothing more nothing less.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Finn View Post
    Ok in my case it quite simple, I’m from early Germanic tribe jurrasic park
    Finn

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    in the case of Radboud its more complicated. The break up in the basic three components is not aimed to be an alternative model. But it can help in the analysis. Nothing more nothing less.
    If I pay you a million in phony euros, that will not help you pay your taxes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huijbregts View Post
    If I pay you a million in phony euros, that will not help you pay your taxes.
    ??????

    Be more clear please, the break up in those thee basic components is not weird, and a distance of 4 not fare fetched.

    If than make this clear why it’s phony.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Finn View Post
    ??????

    Be more clear please, the break up in those thee basic components is not weird, and a distance of 4 not fare fetched.

    If than make this clear why it’s phony.
    Those components are not weird in themselves, but there are gaps of thousands of years in the model. This opens the doors to effects of drift and
    admixture of populations that are not the model.
    What arguments do you have for the assertion that a distance of 4 is not farfetched? Because the computer of Poi tells you so?

    This has been my last comment. You don't understand basic statistics and therefore you choose pleasing models above sound models.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huijbregts View Post
    Those components are not weird in themselves, but there are gaps of thousands of years in the model. This opens the doors to effects of drift and
    admixture of populations that are not the model.
    What arguments do you have for the assertion that a distance of 4 is not farfetched? Because the computer of Poi tells you so?

    This has been my last comment. You don't understand basic statistics and therefore you choose pleasing models above sound models.
    Huijbregts your statistical sjkills are out of question. But your communication seems to me kind of rigid.
    When you read well I stated a few times that of course because of the time lap and the drift it is to be expected that the distance when I use WHG, Barcin N and Yamna is bigger than can be expected when we work with the early middle ages samples. But the question is really open for if 4 is too big or not. But ok.
    But this kind of question are immediately followed by kind of strict dogma's and TILT communication.
    So again I appreciate and respect your technical skills.....but come on drop that kind of presumptuous attitude!
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