Is Taiwan to Austronesians what America is to Modern Humans?
· by German Dziebel · in Admixture, Amerindian admixture, Amerindians, Austronesians, Endogamy, Genetic diversity, Linguistic diversity, out-of-Africa, out-of-America, out-of-Taiwan, Polynesians, Serial Founder Effect Model, Southeast Asia
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 150 (4): 551–564, April 2013 Ascertaining the Role of Taiwan as a Source for the Austronesian Expansion Sheyla Mirabal, Alicia M. Cadenas, Ralph Garcia-Bertrand, and Rene J. Herrera. Taiwanese aborigines have been deemed the ancestors…
Out-of-Africa as Ghost Science
· by German Dziebel · in Admixture, Brenna Henn, Genetic diversity, Genetics, Linguistic diversity, Luca Cavalli-Sforza, Marcus Feldman, out-of-Africa, Serial Founder Effect Model
PNAS doi: 10.1073/pnas.1212380109 The Great Human Expansion Brenna M. Henn, Luca L. Cavalli-Sforza, and Marcus W. Feldman Genetic and paleoanthropological evidence is in accord that today’s human population is the result of a great demic (demographic and geographic) expansion that…