Hi, Ed

Thanks for map

They forget the basques...

Anyway, if hungarians and finnish speak same branch of language, and they are 
not related genetically

a) something is missing in study
b) language has nothing to do with population origin

Besides, as placed in an answer, that is probably statistical.
I read another genetical map in which irish, british, french and catalans are 
completely related and different form neigbourgs. 

Statistics are many times misleading; they could be used to proof what ever one 
desires. Just question to choose the adequate variables.
A two variables plot, is just a cut of a multi-dimension representation, that 
could show a very distorted image of reality.
Would be like to see world through a small hole.

With best wishes


  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: ED 
  To: Zen_Forum@yahoogroups.com 
  Sent: Sunday, November 14, 2010 4:41 PM
  Subject: [Zen] Re: FW: Quote from St. Thomas Aquinas


  Genetic map of Europe


  "Two observations spring to mind immediately: the fact that most populations 
overlap so intimately with their neighbours. And that Finland doesn't.

  The isolation of Finnish genetics can be explained by the fact that they were 
at one time a very small population, preserving its genetic idiosyncrasies as 
it expanded."

  --- In Zen_Forum@yahoogroups.com, Lluís Mendieta <lme...@...> wrote:
  > Hi, Ed
  > Sorry for my poor english
  > I tried to mean that the rest of europeans, excluding finnish, and for 
that, hungarians, lapons and seems basques, speak an indo european idiom. And 
probably population origin in Asia
  > Finnish are also westerner in my mindset (yes, it s said that they come 
here as invaders, with Attila; so maybe central asia origin)
  > I do not see them as easterner language..But not being a linguist, I maybe 
very well wrong,
  > Anyway, there is (or at least was) an extreme moviment in Hungarian that 
relates them as related to japanese, the turanism. 
  > With best wishes
  > Lluís


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