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Who We Are and How We Got Here Ancient DNA and the new science of the human past characters Á eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Massive technological innovations now allow scientists to extract and analyze ancient DNA as never before and it has become clear in part from David Reich's own contributions to the field that genomics is as important a means of understanding the human past as archeology linguistics and the written word Now in The New Scien We geneticists may be the barbarians coming late to the study of the human past but it is always a bad idea to ignore barbarians We have access to a type of data that no one has had before and we are wielding these data to address previously unapproachable uestions about who ancient peoples were This book has many very very good ualities It is without doubt the best modern summary of ancient genome research and how it is transforming our understanding of the past available However it also carries some very deep and dangerous flaws Reich is so keen to move us forward with new techniues that he tramples past cultural sociological and anthropological scholarship that helps us to understand how we create narratives and guard against bias In doing so his book reinforces destructive ideas about race human cognition and psychology and class and power Perhaps ironically in seeking to free us from antiuated scholarship Reich plays straight back into dominant narratives that have explained and justified racial ineuality for centuriesIn many ways these are small flaws affecting a few chapters at the end But Reich has created a narrative around this in which he is a hero taking on the idiocy of political correctness which makes it impossible not to treat this discussion as the center of the book And as Reich says above these newcomers to the field of human origins wield enormous influence which brings with it responsibility for rounded scholarshipIt has taken me a month to write this damn review long time to have a tab open in part because Reich sets us such a trap for the critic he consistently argues that those critiuing his view of race are motivated by trying to shut the discussion down People like me are anti evidence and unless you are going to argue with him over the seuencing techniues then the criticism is irrelevant As it happens I agree strongly as do very many who think he is wrong with the need to have evidence based discussion about race gender intellect cognition and human origins Especially given the rise of overt racism and the flock of racist men to blogs and discussion forums around genetic prehistory So it has been important to me to ensure that it is clear that my objections are not to having a conversation they are to his conclusions and the way he has framed the debate and most of all what he overlooksNow Reich argues that he is countering racism his book strips back the stupid claim that races have existed for any significant fraction of human existence and gives huge weight as does all modern genetic work to understanding that our ancestors mingled migrated and procreated much expansively than we had previously assumed Our modern populations have existed for not much than 5000 years in most cases This itself shows what we mean many populations actually have been relatively distinct for longer than that the San Australia s Aboriginal groups Native Americans but they don t correspond to our race ideas which lump all Africans together all Oceanic groups together etc really it is the inhabitants of Eurasia who have mingled incessantly creating the populations who tend to hold social economic and political power in our current world Multiculturalism has been a consistent feature of human societies and yes conflict is as much a part of that condition as harmony this is part of who we are in all our glorious complexity But the fact that Reich doesn t think he is making racist assumptions doesn t change two big errors his argument that cognitive differences could exist between large population groups ie races and his infuriating and frankly petulant dismissal of First Nations concerns around genetic researchOn the first to start Reich is not in the majority in thinking that large populations are the most effective way to look at genetic difference he himself outlines his differences with Svante Paabo in the book although he talks down the support that remains for Paabo s view that clines is a enlightening slice He admirably starts by pointing out that race as we think we understand has been largely debunked He attempts to distinguish himself from the rubbish spouted by journalist Nicholas Wade and the prejudice of James Watson But as the book progresses he focuses increasingly on the possibility of differences which have evolved over the last 5000 years providing markers between populations despite the fact he presents no evidence for this In the end he seems to be warning that they might be right about some things attacking his colleagues for using truisms like there is genetic variation within population groups than between them this is by the way simply true instead presumably of focusing on those differences which can be found The fact that there is plenty of scholarship on those differences such as skin colour height and susceptibility to disease doesn t count of course because really what Reich is getting at is cognitive personality and the real uestion of intelligence Who is after all the most human the fact we have little idea in any form of scholarship of what that actually means doesn t slow him down at all And honestly it shouldOn the I look there are many great articles on this already on the Interwebz Start with Kevin Mitchell in the Guardian The issue here isn t that genetics doesn t predict the possibility of natural selection causing complex differences between populations the only argument that Reich addresses in the book and one which he says comes from political correctness adding insult to disagreement the issue is that the main narrative of modern society is that these differences do exist when there is no untainted evidence for it Mitchell in this link accepts the I test as a measure of intelligence but many many scientists do not We have much evidence in fact that economic ineuality and stereotype threat much of this research is centered on gender difference in maths This is why the one main significant study into I and genetics which Reich makes much of focused on a very uniform genetic population in a country with tiny economic and social ineuality and even then the implications of its results have been widely challengedReich s own research on earlier periods challenges the simple search genetics has for the unlocking nature of consciousness and humanity He points out that despite large resources there simply doesn t seem to be evidence that genetic adaptation closely precedes leaps in human development This is not a surprise to evolutionary biologists who have known for some time that our capacity to learn and create social structures which then shape our individual cognitive development is our strongest adaptation that our closest primate relatives have genetic capacity for language and tool use as well as often superior memory and recall But the key lesson here that we have an extreme ability to socially shape our children and hence create ourselves should also result in an understanding that we ourselves us scientists are also created and shaped by the societies that created us is one Reich usually doesn t appreciate the impact of In one rather infuriating section he comments that we should take the same approach to race as to gender throwing out Most people accept that the biological differences between males and females are profound and that they contribute to average differences in size and physical strength as well as in temperament and behavior even if there are uestions about the extent to which particular differences are also influenced by social expectations and upbringing for example many of the jobs in industry and the professions that women fill in great numbers today had few women in them a century ago Today we aspire both to recognize that biological differences exist and to accord everyone the same freedoms and opportunities regardless of them It is clear from the abiding average ineuities that persist between women and men that fulfilling these aspirations is a challenge and yet it is important to accommodate and even embrace the real differences that exist while at the same time struggling to get to a better place This view that gender ineuality is just a bit of thorny issue society is working through that most people accept that gendered differences in temperament are profound bears little resemblance to any serious scholarship on either gender or neuroscience which consistently finds less and less gendered differences or for that matter the goddamn zeitgeist at the moment and summarises Reich s dismissivenessReich at times shows flashes of insight into how social and biological factors interact for example noting that genetic predictors in again uniform and highly eual society educational rates may relate to differences in fertility not cognition or his wonderful aside that West Africans might not be faster but just genetically diverse than others but when it hasn t been forcefully brought to his attention by a sociologist he met at a dinner party he seems unaware that what he regards as common knowledge comes from a worldview based on relationships of power and social roles In this context his blithe assumption that we can find cognitive differences between populations despite the complete lack of agreement into how to measure or understand cognition and an awareness that our common sense assumptions are largely shaped by our social environment is an infuriating result of isolating hard science from the social sciences and humanitiesNowhere is this lack of awareness that he has a worldview evident than in his frustrated complaints about the role of First Nations peoples particularly in the Americas in refusing participation in genetic testing Reich s bewilderment as to why this is even an issue is clear Scientists interested in studying genetic variation in Native American populations feel frustrated with this situation I understand something of the devastation that the coming of Europeans and Africans to the Americas wrought on Native American populations and its effects are also evident everywhere in the data I and my colleagues analyze But I am not aware of any cases in which research in molecular biology including genetics a field that has arisen almost entirely since the end of the Second World War has caused major harm to historically persecuted groups and leads on to hints of wanting to disregard agreements with tribal councils not to proselytise around this research I wonder if the distrust that has emerged among some Native Americans might be in the balance doing Native Americans substantial harm I wonder whether as a geneticist I have a responsibility to do than just respect the wishes of those who do not wish to participate in genetic research but instead should make a respectful but strong case for the value of such researchReich s claim that his research field has not done harm is a little naive For starters it involves his version of harm which excludes the exploitation of genetic material for the primary gain of other groups It assumes that his post Enlightenment worldview in which the search for information is noble and never dangerous and in which experimentation is worthy than spiritual contemplation is worthy than differing worldviews which view knowledge without protection context and responsibility as dangerous It also ignores the attempts to patent genomic material in the 1990s and the thirst for profit that US biomedicine is embroiled in rarely to the benefit of participants He lauds the work of researchers working with Aboriginal groups in Australia without realising apparently that this work rests upon recognising that work with genetic material of Aboriginal groups must meet needs the community has identified That is it is about listening respecting and offering resources none of which is evident in Reich s approach to any of thisSo the good bits Reich loves the pursuit of knowledge and it shows And while he struggles so much with not recognising he has biases he is refreshingly free from attaching his ego to particularly theories He cheerfully admits where genetic research has proven his assumptions wrong and this makes most of the book a page turner able to draw a reader in to rapidly shifting worlds of differenceReich tackles a range of topics here including the sensitive issue that the genetic evidence indicates we have female ancestors than male This process results from bottlenecks or times where men fathered children on a wide range of women While Reich clearly fears this will upset modern scholars it is hardly a surprise to anthropologists well aware that polygynous child rearing is common than polyandry and that war and conflict are largely driven male invading forces His research into the Indian caste system is fascinating indicating the long term effectiveness of social separation within an existing community and providing really interesting takes on the interaction between social structures and genetic ones The Brahmin caste he argues is far from purely different genetic stock but bears markers of centuries of incestuous procreation and social isolation I wanted far on the Southern Route theory and the role of Austronesian analysis particularly given a month before the book came out cave art was dated to 60000 years in Northern Australia which if accurate comes down solidly in favour of an early Southern route expansion and Denosovan contact after arrival on the continent or errors in genetic dating Reich is well aware that this book is written at a moment in time and it takes a certain courage to do that as no doubt many of his current theories will be debunked in coming years In being that brave he s given the layperson a fabulous chance to explore a field in flux It is just such a shame that he chose to mar this with an unsubstantiated argument about possible things people may find into the future in a way which feeds into racism and sexism

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Who We Are and How We Got Here Ancient DNA and the new science of the human past characters Á eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ans; how genomics deconstructs the idea that there are no biologically meaningful differences among human populations though without adherence to pernicious racist hierarchies; and how DNA studies reveal the deep history of human ineuality among different populations between the sexes and among individuals within a populati The speed at which the ancient DNA revolution is moving is exhilarating The technology is evolving so uickly that many papers being published right now use methods that will be obsolete within a few years Without having any special knowledge of genomics anthropology or archeology I am not well placed to review this book Therefore what follows is just my impressions and main take from it Admirably Reich s book is not Eurocentric it covers all the regions to some extent But mine notes focus on Europe just because i live hereThe book is about the breakthrough in a relatively new field Ancient Genomics which analyses the ancient DNA in order to study how the genetic make up of modern people and their ancestors affected history The potential investigative power of DNA for historic research was envisaged in the 60s of the last century But only in the last 5 years or so this area has leaped forward dramatically So the book summarises the cutting age research mainly derived from Reich s lab and from his collaborations the science in flux not the result of the common consensus This as well as Reich background as geneticist needs to be taken into the account while reading it but the book is well written entertaining and revelatory Moreover in many ways it disrupts the consensus about the evolution of ancient human populations The consensus which existed in pre history almost up until 2012 The research covers ancient populations and their movements around the globe since first humans and up to circa 4000 years ago a bit later for Africa So it does not go up to the modern time But Reich states that for Eurasia for example including India the genetic make up of people 4 thousands years ago is close to the modern make up across the high level population s clusters such as the West and East Eurasians for example It was certainly not the case for the earlier periods when the mixtures were very different The book covers all significant regions such as Western and Eastern Eurasia Australia America Africa and IndiaSo what the analyses of the samples of ancient people s genome tells us according to ReichMain resultUntil 2012 it was generally accepted that the evolution of the ancient population could be modelled by a tree in which today s populations have remained unchanged and separate since branching from a central trunk after migrating from Africa and later after the farmers from Anatolia and Middle East migrated our of their regions But DNA research has revealed that this model is dead and that instead the truth has involved great cycles of population separation and mixture So even 4 thousands years ago there were no such thing as a purity of blood or any populations which were not significantly mixed with the otherVery ancient daysThere is certainly genetic evidence that modern humans and Neanderthals interbreed But Neanderthals genetic inheritance has been decreased by natural selection as their genes seem to be toxic for many parts of modern human genome It has got adverse affect on male s fertility for Y chromosome carrier On another matter it does not seem to be the evidence of a switch gene the part of DNA seuence which while evolved in pre history made people to obtain the language in a one off development EuropeSouth Europe seems to keep a lot of inheritance from the Middle Eastern and Anatolian farmers the highest correlation is with the modern Sardinian population But for the Northern Europe France Germany Britain and alike the story is complicatedFirst Between six thousand and five thousand years ago most of the northern gene pool was overtaken by farmer ancestry and it was this mixture of a modest amount of hunter gatherer related ancestry and a large amount of Anatolian farmer related ancestry in a population that retained key elements of hunter gatherer culture that characterized the Funnel Beaker potters and many other contemporary Europeans Europe had reached a new euilibrium The people of the Funnel Beaker culture were among those who built megaliths the collective burial tombs made of stones so large it would have taken dozens of people to move them The archaeologist Colin Renfrew suggested that megalith building might be a direct reflection of this boundary between southern farmers and hunter gatherers turned farmers a way of laying claim to territory of distinguishing one people and culture from others The genetic data may bear witness to this interaction as there was clearly a stream of new migrants into the mixed population The unmixed hunter gatherers were disappearing persisting only in isolated pockets like the islands off southern Sweden In remote Britain the megalith builders were hard at work on what developed into the greatest man made monument the world had seen the standing stones of Stonehenge which became a national place of pilgrimage as reflected by goods brought from the far corners of Britain People like those at Stonehenge were building great temples to their gods and tombs for their dead and could not have known that within a few hundred years their descendants would be gone and their lands overrun Then somewhere between 45 thousands years ago and 4 thousands years ago The people from the steppe have migrated into Northern Europe in mass and within few hundreds years mixed andor replaced the local populations to such an extent that they are now primary ancestors of the modern population For example 90% Neolithic Britons those ones who built Stonehenge were replaced with this mixture These steppe people were the Yamnaya by itself the mixture of Iranian and Armenian populations spreading from the coast of the Black and Caspian sea They were the first people in Eurasia using the wheel the horse and wagon which made them very mobile It is unclear how they were so effective in replacing the existent population But the one theory is bubonic plague to which they were immune They brought it with them Reich finds it ironic that the earlier Europeans might have been the victims of a similar fate the later Europeans inflicted on the Native Americans in the later history The first evidence of Yamaya migration is found in the Corded Ware culture It is notorious by the fact that it helped the Nazis with their theories They thought the Germanic people went East with this culture and laid their territorial claim for the Eastern Europe on that basis The DNA study revealed just the opposite the Corded wire culture reflected a mass migration of Yamnaya people into the central Europe from the steppe But the genetics showed that the connection between the Corded Ware culture and the Yamnaya culture reflected major movements of people The makers of the Corded Ware culture were at least in a genetic sense a westward extension of the Yamnaya Our finding about the genetic link between the Yamnaya and the Corded Ware culture demonstrates the disruptive power of ancient DNA It can prove past movements of people and in this case has documented a magnitude of population replacement that no modern archaeologist even the most ardent supporter of migrations had dared to propose The association between steppe genetic ancestry and people assigned to the Corded Ware archaeological culture through graves and artifacts is not simply a hypothesis It is now a proven fact The famous Russian symbolist Alexander Blok in 1918 has written a poem in which he said We are all Scythians the later people of the same steppe He might have been right at the end There is also a hypothesis that Yamnaya people were the first who spoke Indo European language which they spread with them both to the West and to India IndiaThe population of India is in fact a set of numerous fairly genetically distinct small populations which do not mix with each other very much Endogamy have been practised in South Asia for thousands years And the theory that the British has substantially boosted the cast system by actively encouraging non mixing between the casts during the colonisation has been disapproved by genetic evidence as far as I understood the argument But no one in India could claim a genetic purity either There is an evidence of substantial West Eurasian incursion possibly through Yamnaya as well or the related people the male line only But when Reich tried to discuss it with his indian colleagues They did not want to be part of a study that suggested a major West Eurasian incursion into India without being absolutely certain as to how the whole genome data could be reconciled with their mitochondrial DNA findings They also implied that the suggestion of a migration from West Eurasia would be politically explosive They did not explicitly say this but it had obvious overtones of the idea that migration from outside India had a transformative effect on the subcontinentWe wrote that the people of India today are the outcome of mixtures between two highly differentiated populations Ancestral North Indians ANI and Ancestral South Indians ASI who before their mixture were as different from each other as Europeans and East Asians are today The ANI are related to Europeans central Asians Near Easterners and people of the Caucasus but we made no claim about the location of their homeland or any migrations The ASI descend from a population not related to any present day populations outside India We showed that the ANI and ASI had mixed dramatically in India The result is that everyone in mainland India today is a mix albeit in different proportions of ancestry related to West Eurasians and ancestry closely related to diverse East Asian and South Asian populations No group in India can claim genetic purity ControversiesAs Reich has got the background in medical genetics he might come across as not paying sufficient attention to certain ethnic and cultural sensitivities I personally think that in some areas he is brave enough not to avoid those topics all together But I could see that some people might find him too direct And certainly he might cause a lot of disagreements if ethical applications of if his statements would be taken further Two examples some Native American tribe councils do not allow the tribe members to provide DNA for scientific research even for medical reasons This ban acts even in the cases if a person involved signs the individual consent form Reich thinks it might be harmful than good biological differences across the populations Here it is getting uite complicated because people associate those high level populations like East Asians Europeans Africans etc with race The race is very charged word for variety of reasons and appropriate in the conversations about social constructs and their devastating conseuences on the society So Reich is careful showing the difference between the terms of race and population However Reich states that the biological differences across the populations do exist And sooner or later some differences between the traits and cognitive capabilities might be found as well Those differences might be smaller that the differences within populations but still significant His view that the society should be prepared to discuss this situation What real differences do we know about We cannot deny the existence of substantial average genetic differences across populations not just in traits such as skin colour but also in bodily dimensions the ability to efficiently digest starch or milk sugar the ability to breathe easily at high altitudes and susceptibility to particular diseases These differences are just the beginning I expect that the reason we don t know about a much larger number of differences among human populations is that studies with adeuate statistical power to detect them have not yet been carried outIf selection on height and infant head circumference across the populations can occur within a couple of thousand years it seems a bad bet to argue that there cannot be similar average differences in cognitive or behavioural traits Even if we do not yet know what the differences are we should prepare our science and our society to be able to deal with the reality of differences instead of sticking our heads in the sand and pretending that differences cannot be discovered If as scientists we wilfully abstain from laying out a rational framework for discussing human differences we will leave a vacuum that will be filled by pseudoscience an outcome that is far worse than anything we could achieve by talking openly We will need to deal with these studies and react responsibly to them when they are published but we can already be sure that we will be surprised by some of the outcomes The right way to deal with the inevitable discovery of substantial differences across populations is to realize that their existence should not affect the way we conduct ourselves As a society we should commit to according everyone eual rights despite the differences that exist among individuals We aspire to treat all individuals with respect regardless of the extraordinary differences that exist among individuals within a population it should not be so much of an effort to accommodate the smaller but still significant average differences across populations Some of these points might be debatable and certainly might be emotionally charged for many people They are discussed in the one of the last chapters of the book I hope this discussion would not distract the general public and the scientific community from the main findings and the substantial break through in the the ancient DNA research which is presented in this book

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Who We Are and How We Got Here Ancient DNA and the new science of the human past characters Á eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ce of the Human Past Reich describes just how the human genome provides not only all the information that a fertilized human egg needs to develop but also contains within it the history of our species He delineates how the Genomic Revolution and ancient DNA are transforming our understanding of our own lineage as modern hum This book offers readers a description about the human past that has been made possible by recent technological advances in genome research By comparing whole genomes worth of DNA from ancient humans of various degrees of antiuity together with the data analysis power of modern computers a picture of ancient human history has emerged that is filled with multiple migrations by varied branches of the human ancestral family The picture that is emerging consists of so many past migrations and mixtures of past populations that it s difficult to know how to give a sense of its complexity in this review This is compounded by the author s statement that there s an avalanche of new genome data pouring into the field faster than if can be assimilated The author predicts that the complexity of past human history will become increasingly developed in detail and complexity The following items highlighted by this review are simply those portions that impressed me as being particularly interestingVariation in Human FormsThe variation in human forms varied much widely 50000 years ago than it does today There were at that time alive on earth four major forms of humans In addition to modern humans there were Neanderthal Denisovan and Homo floresiensis aka Hobbits The Homo floresiensis were isolated on the Island of Flores Indonesia and may have been descendants of Homo erectus and did not mix with modern humans However there was intermixing of Neanderthals and Denisovans with modern humans as late as 50000 years ago Almost all non Sub Saharan Africans alive today carry traces of this ancestry in their DNADNA Conseuences of American SlaveryThe contribution of European American men to the average genetic makeup of present day African Americans is about four times higher than that of European American women 38 percent versus 10 percent This difference is determined by comparing the differences between Y chromosone and mitochondrial DNA This sex bias in some human ancestries is evidence of an imbalance in social power between human classes during past history A similar difference is found in south Asian DNA which is indicative of a past migration or invasion from the Eurasian Steppes It s interesting how past human sexual behavior sometimes many years in the past can be determined by this sort of analysis view spoilerA story I heard in my younger years was that all that racial mixing was caused by the Union troops during Sherman s March to the Sea hide spoiler


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    PDF/EBOOK (Who We Are and How We Got Here Ancient DNA and the new science of the human past) This was the book that I wanted the last book I read on the topic to be Concentrates on the science lucidly written although probably best not read when one is too fatigued or sleepy Its explanations seem as simple as possible but no simpler which I appreciate This is a round up of the most recent as of about the end of 2017 science of ancient DNA by one of the scientists working on the subject It's such a fast

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    David Reich Ü 7 Read Read & Download Å eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ü David Reich PDF/EBOOK (Who We Are and How We Got Here Ancient DNA and the new science of the human past) Such fascinating science and research on ancient DNA I also really loved all the research about the Iranian Nomad populations that are basically the tribe that took over Europe because those are my people kind of because there was a lot of mixing It was also stunning to see how ineuality and male domination affected genetics Basically a few really powerful men who spread their DNA far and wide Women obviously can't have too man

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