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    Quote Originally Posted by Ebizur View Post
    One might just as easily ask, why were the (West Eurasian according to your hypothesis, apparently) Y-DNA C guys so successful at wiping out the other ancestral Y-DNA lineages among certain populations in Oceania (e.g. Dani/Lani, Polynesians) and Northeast Asia (e.g. Mongol, Tungus)?

    Considering the fact that these Y-DNA replacements must have occurred in Paleolithic human populations, each of which must have been small in number and therefore prone to genetic drift, shouldn't stochastic variation be the default explanation?
    I don't think y C guys were all West Eurasians. Just C1a2 and maybe some subclades of C1b.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrusco View Post
    We are talking about a period in human history in which there weren't many people around expecially in north Asia. So even a minor episode, a small conflict,a disease could have been fatal for a very small population. Perhaps the west eurasian were playaing "away" and the east eurasian males knew better the territory.
    Do we know what population sizes were like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by davit View Post
    Do we know what population sizes were like?
    I think I remeber reading a paper not long ago that stated that the world population from 20000 and 10000 BC was less than 100000 souls.
    But maybe I do not recall the exact figure or it is just plain BS.

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    I Think that PIE was from Northeast europa and they are R1a. I Think R1b was Pieized by R1a peoples.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kmak111 View Post
    I Think that PIE was from Northeast europa and they are R1a. I Think R1b was Pieized by R1a peoples.
    Excellent! Do you believe in a flat earth too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Mc View Post
    Excellent! Do you believe in a flat earth too?
    it is foolish comparison.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kmak111 View Post
    it is foolish comparison.
    I don't know. Neither view is really tenable.

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