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Thu 11 Oct 2012 09:20 Deniz From: Germany
I really thank you for your tireless and good works. You enlighten many of us. Thanks for this hard work! It would be nice if you can answer me to talk about your Video section. I have better and high quality videos to fill it. Sincerly.

Sat 6 Oct 2012 00:44 Vladimir From: Russia Yakutsk
Здравствуйте! Вот вы пишите: "Генетика Восточных Хуннов Y-DNA ок. 0 н.э. => Саха-Якуты папы (Англ)" В статье написано: Moreover, our work suggests that the Xiongnu tribe under study may have been composed of some of the ancestors of the present-day Yakut population. Разве "be composed of" не переводится как "состоять из". Я конечно не филолог но все же мне кажется это предложение(на мой взгляд ключевое в данной статье) стоит переводить как: "более того, наша работа показывает, что исследуемые племена Хунну могли состоять из некоторых предков современного якутского населения"
Dear Vladimir, Thank you for valuable advice. Norm

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Wed 19 Oct 2011 13:02 carl utterback From: usa gold beach, oregon
Hello, I have enjoyed your site and have a question re: the source of your Turkic-Sumerian links. For example, there is not a known Sumerian phonetic "alphabet" as I understand. But, assuming a close Turkic and Sumerian connection, which I understand is not unreasonable; how is that, let's say the word for "to listen" or "we listen" or "we are listening" said. I saw the example listed as one of the "60 words" part of the Turkic-Sumerian site. Thanks
Please see your email. N.

Sat 1 Oct 2011 10:31 Digare Ahemd From: North Nigeria Bauch
Hello, The Map that displays the distribution of the B type blood allele in native populations of the world... is not showing place can you do something about that... that on
Done, thanks for the tip. N.

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