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From: ellen Levy <>
Subject: RE: [DNA] Indo-European Y-DNA
Date: Tue, 8 Aug 2006 06:52:59 -0700 (PDT)
No Glen, this is a list about genetics and genealogy.
It also incorporates discussions about related topics
of archaeology, anthropology and linguistics.
Any you never directly answered any of my questions.
And nobody has any idea what you mean by your
insulting remark concerning "overblown rhetoric," so
maybe you'd like to elaborate?
--- Glen Todd <> wrote:
> > What do you mean that "groups that genetics show
> > never anywhere near the Middle East"? What does
> > have to do with with the linguistic debate
> > Proto-IE? Are you proposing that IE could not
> > originated in Anatolia because some speakers of IE
> Well, 'scuse me 'most to death, but I thought that
> this was a genetics list.
> > known as "Europe." The IE languages do not
> > specifically belong to Europeans or Middle
> > They do not belong to anyone, except perhaps the
> > millions of people who speak the descendant
> > of Proto-IE today, including Iranians and Kurds.
> Exactly my point. I was pointing out the problem
> with somebody else's
> contention. Hence my use of quotes.
> As for the rest, I was simply poking holes in some
> overblown rhetoric.
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