More analyses of the Tianyuan genome

Below are the results of globe4 and MDLP World-22 analyses of the Tianyuan genome, to complement the globe13 results.

The reason that there’s so much of the Caucasoid component in the globe4 results is that there’s no Veddoid component in the globe4 analysis. Veddoids are neither Caucasoid nor Mongoloid, but are rather the race from which both Caucasoids and Mongoloids evolved. Veddoid DNA ends up being identified as about half Caucasoid and half Mongoloid in K = 3 and K = 4 analyses. This however does not account for all of the Caucasoid component in the globe4 results.

As the K = 26 admixture analysis of Amerindians and Mestizos showed, the Negroid admixture in these results is actually archaic.

The older proto-Caucasoid or proto-Mongoloid samples are, the more of the Veddoid component they will show. If we ever get 40,000-year-old DNA from Europe, I expect it to show as much of the Veddoid component as the Tianyuan sample.

globe4

  • 56.98% Mongoloid (“Asian”)
  • 23.53% Caucasoid (“European”)
  • 13.08% Indianid (“Amerindian”)
  • 6.41% Negroid (“African”)

MDLP World-22

  • 24.62% Veddoid (“Indian”)
  • 21.58% Sinid (“East-South-Asian”)
  • 16.09% Tungid (“East-Siberean”)
  • 14.13% Pacifid (“North-Amerind”)
  • 9.40% North-Indid (“Indo-Iranian”)
  • 7.37% Negroid (“Sub-Saharian”)
  • 3.23% Orientalid (“Near_East”)
  • 1.85% Melanesid (“Austronesian”)
  • 1.53% Mediterranean (“Atlantic_Mediterranean_Neolithic”)
  • 0.19% East-Sibirid (“Paleo-Siberian”)
  • 0.00% Alpine (“West-Asian”)
  • 0.00% Aryan Nordic (“North-East-European”)
  • 0.00% Australid (“Melanesian”)
  • 0.00% Bambutid (“Pygmy”)
  • 0.00% Brazilid (“South-America_Amerind”)
  • 0.00% Capoid (“South-African”)
  • 0.00% Centralid (“Mesoamerican”)
  • 0.00% Cro-Magnon Nordic (“North-European-Mesolithic”)
  • 0.00% Eskimid (“Arctic-Amerind”)
  • 0.00% Qiangid (“Indo-Tibetan”)
  • 0.00% Uralid (“Samoedic”)
  • 0.00% West-Sibirid (“North-Siberean”)
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3 comments on “More analyses of the Tianyuan genome
  1. […] The correctness of that account was later proven by my analyses of the Tianyaun sample here and here, which showed that the largest components for Tianyaun were the Veddoid components. And my account […]

  2. […] this post on the Tianyuan sample I said that if we ever got 40,000-year-old DNA from Europe I expected it to […]

  3. […] the 45,000-year-old Ust’-Ishim sample from Siberia, and the 40,000-year-old Tianyuan sample from China, the largest autosomal components for Oase 1 were the Veddoid South Asian or […]

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