Stephen Beecroft wrote:
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What?! Is this suggesting the outrageous proposition that 
commonly-defined racial characteristics are <gasp!> genetically based?
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Spare your outrage, Stephen.

The authors of the study _studiously_ refrain from using the term 
"race".  Instead they characterize unique population groups as 
"clusters".  One cannot help but notice, however, that the "clusters" 
indicated on the map correspond rather remarkably with traditional 
racial demographics, but that's beside the politically-correct point.

One wonders if the authors might have been injured by such strenuous 
bending-over-backwards exertions.  :->

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Mij Ebaboc

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