I just happened upon this interesting Youtuber when doing some further research regarding the Aryan Invasion theory:
I decided to look up his “scientific sources” because I want to be wrong. Only to find to my surprise that this man’s sources contradict his claims in his video.
Source 2: Is only about migration within the Steppes, absolutely NO INFORMATION about migration to India at all.
Source 3: Claims to only be a made-up scenario and not a scientific study in order to make a hypothesis about migration.
Source 4: Explicitly claims that the Steppes population didn’t migrate far at all in its conclusion and discredits the Indo-Aryan claim.
Please spread the word about Survive The Jive: People are unknowingly paying this man to lie to them. He didn’t check his own sources, he made-up a bunch of nonsense and people believed it without fact-checking his own sources that he linked.
It’s official: Aryan Invasion/Migration Theory completely debunked by one of its former proponents, the geneticist Niraj Rai in a paper he co-authored. Out of India Hypothesis is the most likely history from the best available evidence thus far. He explains it in the Charvaka Podcast below (some dialogue is spoken in Hindi):