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#1 Ljubomir Mudric

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Posted 09 December 2012 - 23:00

Bosanci nemaju  helenskih gena ali i duplo manje slavenskih gena nego Srbi. Dakle nismo isti narod !

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#2 Kido from Junkovac

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Posted 10 December 2012 - 01:54

Iznesi haplogrupe, pa onda mozemo da pricamo.

Ovo, tracanin, hun danajac ne pije vodu.

Na primer:

http://www.ncbi.nlm....pubmed/16266413

upravo je suprotno. Mnogo smo isti.

 

"On the whole, the three main groups of Bosnia-Herzegovina, in spite of some quantitative differences, share a large fraction of the same ancient gene pool distinctive for the Balkan area."


Edited by Kido from Junkovac, 10 December 2012 - 01:56.


#3 Schrodinger

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Posted 10 December 2012 - 05:07

Meni je dovoljno da znam da je i genom Bosanaca i genom Srba i genom Tracana, itd. 99.8% identican kao genom shimpanze, pa da shvatim da su se toboznje nacionalne, verske, itd. razlike proizvod idiotizma.



#4 mrd

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Posted 10 December 2012 - 05:55

Meni je mnogo zao sto jos postoje simpanze koje o ovome razmisljaju. 



#5 ControlFreak

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Posted 21 November 2013 - 00:04

24,000 year Old Body is Kin to Both Europeans and American Indians

 

 

The genome of a young boy buried at Mal’ta near Lake Baikal in eastern Siberia some 24,000 years ago has turned out to hold two surprises for anthropologists.

The first is that the boy’s DNA matches that of Western Europeans, showing that during the last Ice Age people from Europe had reached farther east across Eurasia than previously supposed. Though none of the Mal’ta boy’s skin or hair survive, his genes suggest he would have had brown hair, brown eyes and freckled skin.

The second surprise is that his DNA also matches a large proportion — some 25 percent — of the DNA of living Native Americans. The first people to arrive in the Americas have long been assumed to have descended from Siberian populations related to East Asians. It now seems that they may be a mixture between the Western Europeans who had reached Siberia and an East Asian population.



#6 Hromi Daba

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Posted 21 November 2013 - 22:42

24,000 year Old Body is Kin to Both Europeans and American Indians

 

Diskutabilno tumacenje resultata ... "The first is that the boy’s DNA matches that of Western Europeans, showing that during the last Ice Age people from Europe had reached farther east across Eurasia than previously supposed" ... pre 20,000 godina nije bilo zapadnih Evropljana ... oni su nastali pre oko 10,000 godina:

 

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#7 Kido from Junkovac

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Posted 22 November 2013 - 02:43

Na koju foru to zapadni evropljani nastali pre 10.000 godina?

Zasto ne racunas paleolitske evropske kulture stare 35-45 hiljada godina?



#8 Hromi Daba

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Posted 22 November 2013 - 17:53

Na koju foru to zapadni evropljani nastali pre 10.000 godina?

Zasto ne racunas paleolitske evropske kulture stare 35-45 hiljada godina?

 

Obrati paznju na dijagram koji sam prilozio ... zapadni evropljani (u genetskom smislu) su nastali kroz admixure dogadjaj pre ~ 12.500 godina, kada je zapadna evropa ponovo naseljena nakon ledenog doba. Tada su se u zapadnu Evropu doselile razlicite prethodno geografski odvojene grupe iz nekoliko "izbeglickih centara" ledenog doba (jedan od tih centara je bio u danasnjoj Ukrajini, drugi na Balkanu...) ... tadasnjim mesanjem je (geneticki) "stvoren" zapadni evropljanin:

 

"... From an mtDNA perspective, Richards et al. found that the majority of mtDNA diversity in Europe is accounted for by post-glacial re-expansions during the late upper Palaeolithic/ Mesolithic ..."



#9 veciti putnik 2

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Posted 22 January 2014 - 12:18

Na prostoru Amerike danas zive neki Mongoli, od njih su uzeti brisevi sa unutrašnje strane obraza radi potvrde da li su oni direktni potomci velikog DzingisKana. Sta mislite koji su rezultati?



#10 veciti putnik 2

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Posted 22 January 2014 - 12:38

Bosanci nemaju  helenskih gena ali i duplo manje slavenskih gena nego Srbi. Dakle nismo isti narod !

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Naravno da nismo isti narod ako se zna da se prvo pominjanje ( pismenih ) srba ( ne idem u krajnjost ) vodi jos iz XII veka. na primer: Miroslavljevo jevandjelje, da ne pominjem novac, srebrnjake kralja Stefana Radoslava iz XIII veka. Tada bosanci nisu ni postojali. To su cinjenice.


Edited by veciti putnik 2, 22 January 2014 - 12:38.


#11 ControlFreak

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Posted 29 January 2014 - 20:41

 La Braña 1

 

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#12 Minimax

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Posted 15 March 2014 - 14:40

U dilemi sam od koga poticemo kao ljudska vrsta od majmuna ili vanzemaljaca?Jesu li to naucnici konacno dokazali?



#13 Eddard

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Posted 15 March 2014 - 20:49

:lol+:

#14 Schrodinger

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Posted 16 March 2014 - 03:57

U dilemi sam od koga poticemo kao ljudska vrsta od majmuna ili vanzemaljaca?Jesu li to naucnici konacno dokazali?

Od bakterija, obrazuj se malo.



#15 ControlFreak

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Posted 22 April 2014 - 22:17

Neanderthals Lived in Small, Isolated Populations

 

 

 

In recent years, experts in ancient DNA have mapped out the genes of Neanderthals, a species of human that vanished some 30,000 years ago. These gene maps have revealed that many modern people share a small part of their ancestry, and a small percentage of their genes, with those early humans.

Compared to Neanderthals, humanity appears to have evolved more when it comes to genes related to behavior, suggests a team headed by Svante Pääbo, a pioneer in ancient genetics at Germany's Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. Their study was published today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

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Pääbo and colleagues looked at the genes of two ancient Neanderthals, one from Spain and one from Croatia. They compared the DNA of those individuals to that of a third Neanderthal who had lived in Siberia and whose DNA had been analyzed in an earlier study, and to the DNA of several modern humans.

"We find that [Neanderthals] had even less [genetic] variation than present-day humans," Pääbo said by email. Genetic diversity among Neanderthals was about one-fourth as much as is seen among modern Africans, he said, and one-third that of modern Europeans or Asians.

The comparison also showed that modern people possess genes linked to heart health and metabolism that were absent in our ancient cousins. We also have genes for skin and hair color they lacked. "These mutations may contribute to differences in pigmentation among present-day humans," Pääbo and colleagues wrote in the PNAS study.

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