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  • Yes definitely, a Mandinka shares nothing with a Yoruba, and a Yoruba nothing with a Kikuyu.

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  • Yeah, they are sorta distinct from eachother but not too extreme.

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  • Im not sure, idk

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  • Nope, all black africans are 100% genetically related

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meygaag View Post
    There is not much genetic diversity between pure black africans.The only call it the most diverse continent because they have to take into account those groups who are primarily of Eurasian origin or significant Eurasian blood that exist on the continent.

    lol. You do know Bio-Anthropologist are MOSTLY referring to Sub Sahara Africa when they say Africa is the most genetically diverse continent? Heck they mostly elaborate that they mean SSA. What are you talking about? This is old news.

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    A single Sub Sahara village has more freaking genetic diversity than NYC. Why is there even an argument?

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    Quote Originally Posted by beyoku View Post
    Compare the distance of distance from Khoisan to Yoruba to the distance of ALL those Eurasians.
    You do realize the pca plot I posted only has Western Eurasians? The distance between a Bedouin and an Oceanian is probably larger than the distance between Yoruba and the Khoisan.Plus the Khoisan also have Eurasian ancestors via Horners.

    Quote Originally Posted by BlessedbyHorus View Post
    lol. You do know Bio-Anthropologist are MOSTLY referring to Sub Sahara Africa when they say Africa is the most genetically diverse continent? Heck they mostly elaborate that they mean SSA. What are you talking about? This is old news.
    You got proof? Or did you read the researchers minds? When they say Africa I will assume they mean the entire continent which includes North and North East Africa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meygaag View Post
    You do realize the pca plot I posted only has Western Eurasians? The distance between a Bedouin and an Oceanian is probably larger than the distance between Yoruba and the Khoisan.Plus the Khoisan also have Eurasian ancestors via Horners.


    You got proof? Or did you read the researchers minds? When they say Africa I will assume they mean the entire continent which includes North and North East Africa.
    Non-African populations appear to have a subset of the genetic diversity present in sub-Saharan Africa and more more private alleles and haplotypes are observed in Africa relative to other regions (38, 93, 111, 169, 200, 202, 206, 208, 243) as expected under an OOA model.
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2953791/


    You DO realise humanity originated in SSA right? And that Eurasians are a subset of SSA right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlessedbyHorus View Post
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2953791/


    You DO realise humanity originated in SSA right? And that Eurasians are a subset of SSA right?
    Not according to a recent finding

    The oldest known widespread stone-tool technology, called the Oldowan, is thought to have arisen in East Africa some 2.6 million years ago and then spread across the continent.

    But new evidence suggests that the technology, rough all-purpose tools chipped out of pebbles, might actually have popped up independently in different parts of Africa. This is according to archaeologists who have discovered stone tools and butchered animal bones on a high Algerian plateau
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    The idea that Eurasians being the 'son' of SSA diversity is quite funny considering all blacks have some sort of Eurasian/North African ancestry from the Yoruba to the Khoi
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    Quote Originally Posted by Meygaag View Post
    Not according to a recent finding



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    The idea that Eurasians being the 'son' of SSA diversity is quite funny considering all blacks have some sort of Eurasian/North African ancestry from the Yoruba to the Khoi

    1. Those people were not Homo Sapiens but a very old human group.

    2. Don't North Africans have SSA ancestry? So your point? More importantly none of what you have posted doesn't even dismiss that Eurasians are a subset of SSA East Africans. It is ALREADY genetically proven. Unless you can prove us otherwise.

    Question WHY is a Black ass Dinka more distant to Yorubas than Eurasians? This should be fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlessedbyHorus View Post
    1. Those people were not Homo Sapiens but a very old human group.
    You said humanity originated in East Africa which includes hominims.This refutes you and backs the multi-regional evolution theory.

    2. Don't North Africans have SSA ancestry? So your point? More importantly none of what you have posted doesn't even dismiss that Eurasians are a subset of SSA East Africans. It is ALREADY genetically proven. Unless you can prove us otherwise.
    Sadly the modern NA have some SSA from the Islamic slave trade era but lets get back on topic.

    Eurasians are not the children of modern Africans Eurasians are just another branch of people who left the continent and even then they can be a mix of crown eurasian and Basal Eurasian/ANA which predate the 'bottle neck' and this an ancestry many modern blacks simply lacked untill North Africans mixed with the negroes of SSA.Which goes back to my point that North/NE Africans arw the reason why Africa is considered the most genetically diverse



    Question WHY is a Black ass Dinka more distant to Yorubas than Eurasians? This should be fun.
    There is no proof of that.I will repeat myself again, Bedouin --- Japanese genetic distance is larger than the distance between Yorubas ---- Dinkas

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    lol...



    This os too easy. And the SSA in North Africans is said to be recent. And again we're talking about homo sapiens. And if Eurasians are NOT a subset of Africans then how tf does Eurasian genetic lineages trace BACK to East Africa? You're all over the place.

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    Edit: I see you back the multi regional theory. No need wasting any brain cells here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlessedbyHorus View Post
    lol...



    This os too easy. And the SSA in North Africans is said to be recent. And again we're talking about homo sapiens. And if Eurasians are NOT a subset of Africans then how tf does Eurasian genetic lineages trace BACK to East Africa? You're all over the place.

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    Edit: I see you back the multi regional theory. No need wasting any brain cells here.
    jup, this guy just mad. I know for a fact that africans are more diverse from eachother than europeans are from eachother.

    Why else does AncestryDNA have difficulties seperating Italian, English, French, Scandinavian, and Central european/German from eachother? because they are genetically super fucking similar LMAO

    A Mandinka looks, and is genetically different to a Brong, a Fulani is distinct from a Horner Somali, Oromo ethiopians or Amhara are nothing alike to Igbo or Yoruba, etc etc.

    europe isnt diverse at all and people know it, thats why its considered a "boring" ethnicity, cuz theres no diversity there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KingKhalasi View Post
    jup, this guy just mad. I know for a fact that africans are more diverse from eachother than europeans are from eachother.

    Why else does AncestryDNA have difficulties seperating Italian, English, French, Scandinavian, and Central european/German from eachother? because they are genetically super fucking similar LMAO

    A Mandinka looks, and is genetically different to a Brong, a Fulani is distinct from a Horner Somali, Oromo ethiopians or Amhara are nothing alike to Igbo or Yoruba, etc etc.

    europe isnt diverse at all and people know it, thats why its considered a "boring" ethnicity, cuz theres no diversity there.
    There is alot of diversity within the European continent. As if all of them look the same lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaquille View Post
    There is alot of diversity within the European continent. As if all of them look the same lol.
    the only bit where diversity lays is southern europe cuz they are different from northern and eastern europeans and look sort of different.

    If we are talking about northwestern europe, or northeastern europe, then yeah. those ppl all look similar to eachother, i see more europeans that look alike to eachother than blacks that look like eachother.

    I have yet to see a nigga that looks very similar to ice cube or chief keef xD there are barely any black ppl that look exactly like eachother (Except for twins) cuz we are that diverse, our features manifest in any way shape or form, so saying that blacks have a universal look is more than inaccurate.

    the only way you can see someone is strongly african influenced is their plump features/broader nose bridges, noses, and nose tips (like i have) and overal hair texture and pigmentation.

    turn a nigga light-skin or light brown skinned and he will look drastically different, especially if they have a loose curl pattern or wavy hair then they can easily look like a latino or mexican to ppl. (my case xD)
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