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|marmont1814 ||04 Oct 2017 12:54 p.m. PST|
How about Vikings settling in the new world
| Editor in Chief Bill ||04 Oct 2017 5:27 p.m. PST|
Vinland campaign, sounds interesting…
|Littlearmies||06 Oct 2017 6:42 a.m. PST|
I'm not seeing how you are getting conclusions regarding your mother from the info you displayed. Given successive waves of Scandinavians settling in Scotland, Ireland and England (roughly North of a line from the Wash to the Wirral) I don't see anything mutually exclusive about being of English heritage and Scandinavia. Likewise Britain took in waves of French Huguenots and other refugees from Western Europe over the years.
That is why these things lack any real scientific value unless supported by other research.
| Editor in Chief Bill ||06 Oct 2017 9:31 a.m. PST|
I'm not seeing how you are getting conclusions regarding your mother from the info you displayed.
You're asking about my mother's lineage? When I look at the DNA 'hits', there are two distinct groups of people.
One group is my mother's side, and I can almost always fit them into the family tree.
The other group does not fit into my family tree, and shares a common description: "Ethnicity – Regions: Native American, Iberian Peninsula, Italy/Greece" These must match my father's side, especially since my mother's side does not have Native American lineage.
|Caesars10th||06 Oct 2017 12:46 p.m. PST|
I think DNA ancestory testing is still in its infancy and not particularly accurate. The fact that your DNA does not reveal any East African origins seems to prove this. The original humans were from East Africa and any ancestory test that doesn't detect this for EVERY person is not particularly accurate.
| Editor in Chief Bill ||06 Oct 2017 4:42 p.m. PST|
The fact that your DNA does not reveal any East African origins seems to prove this. The original humans were from East Africa and any ancestory test that doesn't detect this for EVERY person is not particularly accurate.
They only claim the "ethnicity regions" results are accurate for the last few millennia.
|Winston Smith ||10 Oct 2017 10:54 p.m. PST|
Aztecs capturing and eating their neighbors.
|Walking Sailor||18 Nov 2017 7:53 p.m. PST|
The big three DNA companies with their $100 USD (wait for $75 USD on sale) test only go back a few centuries. To go back to coming out of Africa, going back into Africa, and coming out a second time (I hadn't known that we did that), you need the $200 USD (on sale $150 USD) National Geographic test.