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    Quote Originally Posted by Ariel90 View Post
    So basically Ancient Modern Humans split into various Africans, from the East African component spawned this North African component , that from what I understand is not the ANA that we know, but it's much more ancient, like 100k years old. This North African component splits in two, one lineage contributes to 95% of the main\first OOA. The other lineage migrates back to Sub-Saharan Africa, but also it contributed to Natufians (30%) and Onge (50%!!!!). Now, what is the "real" difference between the idea of a Basal Eurasian component and a second OOA component that shares a lot with the first OOA? Also, why we never realized that Onge (and Native Americans) have this mysterious second OOA component? And wouldn't that component create some genetic similarity between let's say Natufians and Onge since they both share a lot of that ancestry? Also in that graph Africans have a lot of OOA ancestry, but Mota doesn't, Mota is highly drifted East-African and West African Mix, Mota also contributes to 16% of Natufians ancestry. East Africans feel underrepresented in that graph, considering the "central role" of East Africa in the picture.
    16% of Mota in Natufians?

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    Quote Originally Posted by piye View Post
    16% of Mota in Natufians?
    Apparently yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by piye View Post
    16% of Mota in Natufians?
    That would explain ANA and Y-DNA E in Natufians. East African-like admixture has been detected in amateur runs for years, but 16% is higher than even those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ariel90 View Post
    Apparently yes.
    Anyone got a source for this?
    Distance: 1.3659% / 0.01365938
    64.2 Berber
    22.2 Southern_Levant
    10.0 WestAfrican_Yoruba
    2.4 Levantine
    0.8 Cushitic
    0.4 Basque_Spanish

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    Quote Originally Posted by maroco View Post
    Anyone got a source for this?
    Chad's graph if you zoom in

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chad Rohlfsen View Post
    I see how Papuans and Europeans share haplogroups. You can see everything here!
    Did he ever explain this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bbgum View Post
    Did he ever explain this?
    We all here only wish that he is doing fine and be back soon, the explaination can wait for now, there is no rush for that.

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    I'm still kicking. Just relaxing a lot. I'll get back on this ASAP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chad Rohlfsen View Post
    I'm still kicking. Just relaxing a lot. I'll get back on this ASAP.
    Glad to hear.

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    My question is how I score Papuan when I have no connection to them weird it shows up on g25 and autosomal test
    Distance: 1.3659% / 0.01365938
    64.2 Berber
    22.2 Southern_Levant
    10.0 WestAfrican_Yoruba
    2.4 Levantine
    0.8 Cushitic
    0.4 Basque_Spanish

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