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    Quote Originally Posted by Tunuquq View Post
    > In 2004, a group of scientists from Hacettepe University, conducted mt-DNA analysis and comparison of 75 Turkish individuals with no family bonds, chosen from Turkey's 5 regions, North, South, East and Central Anatolia with a homogenous distribution. In the results, %10 M Haplogroup, which is often seen in Turkistan region, %33.3 H haplogroup which is often seen in Azerbaijan and Turks of Turkistan, %36 U Haplogroup which is also often seen in Azerbaijan and Altai Turks, were found. Based on this data, it has been confirmed that the Anatolian Turks are placed between Turks of Azerbaijan and Turks of Central Asia. The genetic comparison conducted in this research revealed that the genetic affinity of Anatolian Turks to Uyghurs, Kazakhs and Kyrgyz population is 0.0011.



    Mergen H., ner R. and ner C. 2004 Mitochondrial DNA sequence variation in the Anatolian Peninsula (Turkey). Journal of Genetics. 83, 39-47
    Mohammad Asgharzadeh et al. April 2011 Molecular diversity of mitochondrial DNA in Iranian Azeri ethnicities vis--vis other Azeris in Asia. Iranian Journal of Biotechnology.
    J. D. McDonald, 2005, World Haplogroups Maps
    Mehmet Fuat Bozkurt, Altay Dil Ailesi ve Japoncanın Trke ile Akrabalığı Sorunu, Aralık 1977, Trk Dili Dil ve Edebiyat Dergisi
    Ivane Nasidze and Mark Stoneking. Mitochondrial DNA variation and language replacements in the Caucasus. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London
    I have also seen studies about that and they speak another language.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Шишани View Post
    I have also seen studies about that and they speak another language.
    Not another language. Different kind of Turkish. Their Turkish is more origin than ours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Шишани View Post
    Isn't Turkey more Southern Europe?
    Thrace is European but Anatolia is Asia Minor more then anything else .Turkey also neighboiurs Caucasia and Persia , as well as Mesopotamia .

    This is the place to be in the future ; perfect Eurasian specimen a.k.a Turkland .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Infinite View Post
    Not another language. Different kind of Turkish. Their Turkish is more origin than ours.
    You retard, I mean all studies say that modern Turks from Turkey have no ties with Kazakhs, Uzbeks, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackrussell View Post
    Thrace is European but Anatolia is Asia Minor more then anything else .Turkey also neighboiurs Caucasia and Persia , as well as Mesopotamia .

    This is the place to be in the future ; perfect Eurasian specimen a.k.a Turkland .
    Turks are Southern European Anatolians with many foreign influences, but they're not Mongols.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Шишани View Post
    You retard, I mean all studies say that modern Turks from Turkey have no ties with Kazakhs, Uzbeks, etc.
    Thanks for research. Keep study!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Infinite View Post
    Thanks for research. Keep study!!
    Turks are genetically the closest to Greeks and Albanians, not to Central Asians.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sockorer View Post
    Central Asia is the rightful property of White people.
    No, it wasn't, and it was inhabited by both Caucasians(whites and non-Whites) and Mongoloids before the Iranic and Turkic peoples ever settled in the area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Шишани View Post
    Turks are genetically the closest to Greeks and Albanians, not to Central Asians.
    Well, i didn't say something against that. I though you said we are using different languages. Missunderstood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sockorer View Post
    Central Asia is the rightful property of White people.
    Quote Originally Posted by Zoran View Post
    It was, now its full of half Asians and half Caucasians
    The spread of the migratory theories, according to which many Trkic peoples were declared not aboriginal in their territory, but newcomers, is explainable by different reasons. The Trkologist scientists accepted this theory partially because they followed the line about the existence of the center of civilization in the Indo-European world and its periphery. The politicians of these countries saw in it a justification for the colonial policy. The first IE specialists imbued with European colonialism of the 19th century - chose to see the Proto-Indo-Europeans as a superior race of warriors and colonizers, who would have conquered the allegedly "pre-IE" Neolithic Europe in the Copper Age, and brought their 'superior' civilization to it. Many recent studies have shown that the foundation of scientific IE research in the 19th-century was deeply influenced by the contemporary Arian, Pangermanic and colonialist ideology.
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