Skip to comments.On Point: In search of natives
Posted on 04/14/2005 7:16:16 AM PDT by rellimpank
On Point: In search of natives April 14, 2005
In search of natives
Could Ward Churchill solve his problems - or at least one of them - for an outlay of only $99.95? That's how much it costs for a mail-in DNA kit allowing experts at the National Geographic Society and IBM's Watson Research Labs to run tests that, according to the project's Web site (www.nationalgeographic.com/genographic), will let you "discover your own deep ancestry."
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Those kits are a waste of time and money. They only trck mother daughter and father son. Mother son and father daughter can't be traced as yet.
These tests are becoming increasingly popular. People are finding some surprises in their DNA...
Maybe it will put an end to the labeling the gov't does now under Affirmative Action, on the Census, etc., as people aren't always what they look like they are... Maybe that fact will eventually sink-in, and the labels will be dropped.
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