Skip to comments.Ancient Penguin DNA Raises Doubts About Accuracy Of Genetic Dating Techniques
Posted on 11/13/2009 5:53:02 PM PST by Natural Law
ScienceDaily (Nov. 10, 2009) Penguins that died 44,000 years ago in Antarctica have provided extraordinary frozen DNA samples that challenge the accuracy of traditional genetic aging measurements, and suggest those approaches have been routinely underestimating the age of many specimens by 200 to 600 percent.
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What does this mean for the Shroud of Turin DNA tests?
Any idea on the method used to determine the age of the penguins remains?
Battling government grant junkies.
Well, there you go. TToE is SUNK! SUNK I tell you!
I hate being bias but who would want to date an ancient penguin?
There has been a rather heated discussion with 150+ posts.
How come I got pinged into this thread?
Didn’t you sign up for the Ancient Penguin DNA Ping List?
LOL! Hey, don’t look at me, I’m *not* gonna take on any more ping lists...
Just adding to the catalog, not sending a general distribution.
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