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    i can understand them! researchers(and not only them) , like Galileo Galilei , will always to do with obscurantism; anyway, i think, the big intellectual effort in this paper will be to satisfy everyone ,therefore the discussion and the text will be a little bit cryptic! however, numbers are numbers,haplogroups are haplogroups and idiots are idiots!!!smart and competent people will be able to draw conclusions reading beetween the lines!

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    Quote Originally Posted by paoloferrari View Post
    anyway, i think, the big intellectual effort in this paper will be to satisfy everyone ,therefore the discussion and the text will be a little bit cryptic! however, numbers are numbers,haplogroups are haplogroups and idiots are idiots!!!smart and competent people will be able to draw conclusions reading beetween the lines!
    One researcher who has dealt with this problem told me that the highest hurdle is the peer review. The researchers on the team may agree among themselves to publish the data impartially, but a typical scientific publication effectively requires approval from outside peer reviewers who may be extremely partial--to their own politics, pet theories, or simply "the consensus of the field."

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    You can always tell when there is a drought of interesting papers. The same old threads appear over and again with new posts of modern individuals' autosomal dna results run through the various Gedmatch media.
     


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    Quote Originally Posted by lgmayka View Post
    One researcher who has dealt with this problem told me that the highest hurdle is the peer review. The researchers on the team may agree among themselves to publish the data impartially, but a typical scientific publication effectively requires approval from outside peer reviewers who may be extremely partial--to their own politics, pet theories, or simply "the consensus of the field."
    thank you for your answer ,sorry if I did not answer you before but I've only seen your answer now! What you say is true and at the same time terrible: in this way you never come out of a unique view of scientific theories (in the history of migrations there will be always a margin of doubt and insecurity and, more time passes, I realize that things are getting more and more complicated and increasingly out of our mental patterns) and consequently scientific journals will look like more and more to the daily press (I do not understand what is needed that there are so many newspapers if they always give the same news and commentes in the same way)subjugated to a single power center!!!!........anyway in any case, that's why I try to listen to all the theories even the most tear-jerking,heartwarming and folkloristic ones!!

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    kindly ,does someone know if ,in addition to the usual,indispensable bi-monthly iberian and central-european papers of neolithic,there is something coming out?thank you in advance

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    So, South Asian aDNA, when?

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    http://eurogenes.blogspot.com/2017/1...nghir.html?m=0
    There is one on Sunghir posted at Eurogenes

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    Quote Originally Posted by rms2 View Post
    You can always tell when there is a drought of interesting papers. The same old threads appear over and again with new posts of modern individuals' autosomal dna results run through the various Gedmatch media.
    True enough . The Olalde data should finally be released with new samples added (Amesbury Archer ?) and it seems we will soon be getting the long awaited South Asian paper , so the rest of 2017 will be taken up with dissecting those....followed by posts of modern individuals autosomal dna compared against the newly published samples that have been run through the various gedmatch media ! Such is the cycle of our lives.


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    I am repeating myself, but does anyone know when is raw data from Lipson, Mittnik and Mathieson papers going to be released?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pribislav View Post
    I am repeating myself, but does anyone know when is raw data from Lipson, Mittnik and Mathieson papers going to be released?
    Excellent question.
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