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  • #16
    Like your version better

    I like your version better at taking shots of wild turkey

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    • #17
      Some people are anti-Spanish and prefer a Turkish origin to a Spanish one. Why else would they question a Spanish origin Of R1b?

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      • #18
        Originally posted by 1798 View Post
        Some people are anti-Spanish and prefer a Turkish origin to a Spanish one. Why else would they question a Spanish origin Of R1b?
        Ridiculous. You cannot be serious.

        The reason to question a "Spanish" (Iberian Peninsula) origin for R1b is simply because the evidence just does not support it. Does that make ISOGG "anti-Spanish"? R1b1b2 haplotypes on the Iberian Peninsula are nowhere near the oldest of R1b1b2 haplotypes. Near Eastern R1b1b2 haplotypes are far more diverse. Not only that, but the R1b1b2 SNP trail leads from the Southeast to the Northwest and not from Iberia to the rest of Europe.

        I don't think R1b originated in Norway either. Does that make me anti-Norwegian?

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        • #19
          Why we certainly encourage lively debate let's please keep emotions in check and keep the discussion on an academic level.

          -Darren Marin
          Family Tree DNA

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