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Each Homo Sapiens group leaving the Homo Sapiens African nest conservatively kept the linguistic level of development reached at the time in the nest and constructed their own communicational linguistic “langue and discourse” on this basis.
The whole phylogenic approach of language is based on three ordered articulations:
1- The phonetic articulation (vowels and consonants) giving the root languages, essentially the Semitic languages;
2- The categorical articulation (spatial and temporal, noun and verb) giving the stem languages, commonly known as isolating languages;
3- The syntactic articulation (functions and conjugations) giving the frond languages that could be differentiated in agglutinative languages (essential Turkic, Uralic, Finno-Ugric languages) and synthetic-analytical languages (Indo-European and Indo-Aryan languages). Note isolating languages and agglutinative languages cohabit among old occupants of Siberia and they provided the American Homo Sapiens populations long before Christopher Columbus, in fact even before the Ice Age, which explains why we find in America among the original populations the same types of languages as in Siberia.
We can then specify the time and geographical routes taken by these migrations. That explains for example that Europe before the Ice Age was occupied by Turkic people (Cro-Magnon and Gravettians) who still represent 70-75% of European DNA.