I've been watching a lot of DNA test results videos on youtube and it's always funny to see how shocked people are by their results. Puerto Rucans and Dominicans are usually 25%-35% African from Nigeria or Senegal. African Americans are usually 30%-45% African. Ashkenazi Jews are usually only 0.3% Middle Eastern.
Also funny seeing a lot of people with 2%-5% Finnish DNA.
>What is Finnish DNA?
Finnish DNA is unique and unrelated to European DNA.
Culturally (in some respects), but definitely not genetically. Ashkenazim exhibited endogamy when they settled in Central and Eastern Europe. Firstly, Ashkenazim are more Near Eastern than what OP claims. Secondly, the European part of Ashkenazim is mainly Southern European, mainly from Central Italy - about 75%, with the rest, 25%, being Eastern European. Finally, Ashkenazim would not display such high degrees of lactose intolerance if they were "Germans" or "Germanic". http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/09/18/AR2006091800823.html
Note on sciencemag: "Science, also widely referred to as Science Magazine, is the peer-reviewed academic journal of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and one of the world's top academic journals."
Ashkenazim are a Germanic people culturally but still have pretty substantial Middle Eastern ancestry. I think 30-40% is standard.
The 0.3% thing refers to ancestry from the inner Arabian peninsula itself. Because Ashkenazi Jews left before Islam came to the Levant, they don't have much Bedouin ancestry.
seriously though, what does Finnish ''DNA'' mean? I heard when DNA is sequenced you end with chaotic puzzle pieces called snp's, which then are put together based (theoretical?) principles.
Is Finish DNA a complete sequence or based on a single snp, or a combination of several?
How much truth value does such a snp hold in terms proportionality and indication of genetical contribution by ancestry?
Also, what does ''Finnish'' DNA mean?
Do they mean the current average or something more back in the past? If the latter is the case: Aren't they falling into a pit hole of anachronisms?
>Ashkenazim are a Germanic people
They have the most in common with Italians, actually. Which is why a lot of jews on TV pull off pretending to be Italian.
Case and point in pic.
You don't need a picture to prove that: studies prove it.
>what does Finnish ''DNA'' mean
It means we are unique and not European.
Anyone who can't answer these questions triggers the shit pout of me for having a lack of standards we can all apply similarly in order to understand what we actually mean when linking ethnicity to genetics (which leads to oversimplifications distorting the turth into meaninglessness).
Because Finland ends up as dots on a diagram more far off then the others, based on criteria none of us can grasp?
Proof for what?
lol? That cannot show you specifically WHERE your genes come from (only what group they cluster with). They just assigned Ashkenazim a location (Central Europe) based on cultural and historical reasons. Ashkenazi Jews settled mostly in Central Europe once they left Rome but they practised, both for voluntarily and involuntarily reasons, endogamy. State-of-the-art scientific studies show it.
>tfw born too early to genetically enineer humans
>tfw you will never be genetically engineered demigod with IQ of 200 and lazor shooting nipples who never ages and slams prime pussy til the age of 1000
>dots on a diagram
I thought you wanted to have a serious discussion about what makes Finnish DNA unique. Why get mad when I show you evidence?
>Sven thinks he's Finnish
Theories aren't explanations.
They're tools to check truth values with.
Someone explain to me how the tool works.
I think you guys are using power meters as hammers and don't get the nail in.
I don't understand that, explain to me the process as i have asked or please don't chat me up on the topic. Not mad or trying to be anti social.
Dude is german, ofcourse he gets mad when he loses an arguement.
snps don't have ethnicities,
but probably are only rightfully associated with current day populations
i don't want proof but an explanation of what you guys actually mean and what the basis for your claims is
>Just look it up online
i'm not losing an argument but ask questions you need be able to answer in order to evaluate what you are posting
Finno-Ugric people originate from 3rd millenium BC Russia(Volga area). I can't say too much about what they were like because I don't know, but when they migrated northwest they absorbed native tribes and after 500 BC started to be influenced by Germanics and Baltics.
>what is autosomal DNA.
I don't care about what you read somewhere.
Break down one causal chain step by step that leads to any of the conclusions being presented here.
In case you can't one could simply make things up and it would be as valuable.
DNA test results for famous black people, and the first thing they talk about is how you can't claim slavery if you's Zulu, and tell them to boohoo about mining jobs instead and how they can still be a "spiritual sufferer" about it.
For fucks sakes, everything has to be about muh oppression.
>tfw ancient finn and these plebs dont even know my true power.
We are related to those people. We can go there to get a wife.
Finns are literaly mongols with albinism
>I've been watching a lot of DNA test results videos on youtube and it's always funny to see how shocked people are by their results.
>That video of Jessica Alba being told she was mostly 'European'
Kek. She seemed to be distrought as fuck that she falls in the 'white' catagory, but what the actual fuck did she expect, as a pale 'Latina'? Latina/o is some made-up American term that has all sorts of exotic connotations, but a large part of Latino people are mostly Spanish in origin. Some will have mixed with natives, but certainly not all... But she actually seemed shocked. As if she got kicked out of the 'minority club' or something, and now was forced to play for team White...