Corded Ware in Scandinavia and at the tip of Southern Finland has no evidence of language used, afaik there is no evidence of any IE language.
‘Aryan Manifest’ and ‘Aryan superiority’ say what is behind these peculiar theories.
So this begs the question if the Hittites (and Luwians etc.) were either completely wiped out with the death of Anatolian languages or if they only spread their language and not genes to Anatolia. The West Siberian R1a1 seems to be derived from the Sayan-Altay region and can be connected to the Samoyedic expansion.
Otherwise Anatolia should have a higher presence of the lactose tolerance genotype. The Northern Central Siberian part could be possibly Tungusic, because the Evenks have more R1a1 than Turkic-speaking Yakuts...
On Decodeme's plots we are close only on the global view because it overestimates the Siberian admix.
Turkic speakers are probably to be credited with the linguistic death of Tocharian as well as with the assimilation of numerous Iranian speakers across the Asiatic steppe, and ultimately with the effective collapse of Greek as the major language of Anatolia. Research into the essential structure of the world's languages revealed several basic types depending on how grammatical elements were indicated – inflected, agglutinative, and analytic.
Although these were originally only typological classifications, many could not resist interpreting them as various stages in the evolution of language.
On European map we are not close at all, because it covers European affinity, 93% of our genes, while the global view weights the 7% Siberian admix. Yeah whatever, Finnish-Russian conflicts is not topic.
Anyway I noticed something interesting here, notice how well the lactose tolerance genotype mirrors the Indo-European languages in general and distribution of R-M17 in India and Iran (Baloch regions): if lactose tolerance originated amongst R-M17 men, lactose tolerance should have a higher presence in southern Anatolia too, with the Hittites, but it doesn't.
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This suggested that the Indo-Europeans, or Aryans, having ascended the scale of linguistic evolution to its summit, spoke a more ‘advanced’ language than their neighbours. Mallory, In search of the Indo-Europeans: Language, Archaeology and Myth, ISBN 050005052X, p. Everyone is a language shifter, if we take a time frame long enough.