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  1. The Irish are more closely related to other...

    The Irish are more closely related to other Northern Europeans (i.e. Anglo-Saxons, Normans, Scandinavians, etc.) than Iberians.
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    Important!  It's not just sad, it's pathetic.

    It's not just sad, it's pathetic.
  3. Celts tend to have more red hair (about 10-15% of...

    Celts tend to have more red hair (about 10-15% of the population of any given Celtic nation) while Germanic people tend to have a higher incidence of blonde hair and less on the red. Many Celtic...
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    Important!  Also, it seems rather folly to try and pinpoint...

    Also, it seems rather folly to try and pinpoint any "Norman" genetic lineage as they wouldn't have carried any unique DNA that wasn't already present in Northwestern Europe. Everything I have read...
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    Important!  A study was carried out on 89 males from...

    A study was carried out on 89 males from Normandy:

    http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/did-normans-descend-vikings-what-genetics-tell-us-about-viking-legacy-1560298

    52 were R1b, 11 were I, and 2 were R1a....
  6. I think so. Many of the people reporting brown...

    I think so. Many of the people reporting brown likely have hazel or a mixture of green/brown. Pure brown eyes are pretty rare in Ireland. But compared to the many blue-eyed folk they are around they...
  7. Good post. I found a survey done in 2013...

    Good post. I found a survey done in 2013 comparing hair and eye colors for Ireland, Poland, and Greece.

    Here's the link: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1872497312001810
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  8. Here is a great video on why it is accurate to...

    Here is a great video on why it is accurate to call the English "Anglo-Saxons". They most certainly are.

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    This is a great video that explains who the...

    This is a great video that explains who the Proto-Indo-Europeans were:

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  10. I'm not a total expert on European genetics, but...

    I'm not a total expert on European genetics, but I've dabbled in it enough now that it doesn't sound accurate to me to describe all Europeans as being descended from just one tribe. Certainly all...
  11. The Welsh are no doubt predominately Celtic. Many...

    The Welsh are no doubt predominately Celtic. Many Welsh people still speak their native language. But Welsh people definitely have some Germanic ancestry as well from the Anglo-Saxons and Normans. I...
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    The Franks (or the ancestors of the Franks, as...

    The Franks (or the ancestors of the Franks, as with all Germanic tribes) formed in the North (Scandinavia) before expanding South. So naturally they would be more Germanic. But I am sure they...
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    I understand that the origins of Germanic culture...

    I understand that the origins of Germanic culture and language lie in Southern Scandinavia during the Nordic Bronze Age (which of course developed from the common Indo-European culture & language...
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    Yes, indeed. Modern genetics is finally shedding...

    Yes, indeed. Modern genetics is finally shedding light on the true origins of the Celtic peoples in the British Isles. Funny to think just a few years ago some geneticists were saying that...
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  16. That it should be a crime to defend one's own...

    That it should be a crime to defend one's own borders these days. :shrug Sick world we live in.
  17. I wish them the best of luck. This is what...

    I wish them the best of luck. This is what European countries should have been doing all along.

    I understand the "migrants" want a better life, but at whose expense? Europeans and the West -...
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    I have read the same recently. R1b (along with...

    I have read the same recently. R1b (along with R1a) is now believed to have spread from the Russian Steppe in the Bronze Age with the Indo-Europeans (or Proto-Indo-Europeans) who migrated across...
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    Hello Skadi Members

    Hello Skadi members,

    Just introducing myself here. I joined the forum to discuss issues concerning Europeans worldwide, history, native European spirituality, language, anthropology, and genetics...
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