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  • Human populations are tightly interwoven

    09/30/2004 11:17:34 AM PDT · by AZLiberty · 33 replies · 1,075+ views
    Nature ^ | September 29, 2004 | Michael Hopkin
    The most recent common ancestor of all humanity lived just a few thousand years ago, according to a computer model of our family tree. Researchers have calculated that the mystery person, from whom everyone alive today is directly descended, probably lived around 1,500 BC in eastern Asia. Douglas Rohde of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge and his colleagues devised the computer program to simulate the migration and breeding of humans across the world. By estimating how different groups intermingle, the researchers built up a picture of how tightly the world's ancestral lines are linked. The figure of 1,500...
  • ‘Hundreds of Millions’ of Asian Men Descended From 11 Dynastic Leaders

    03/12/2015 6:10:53 AM PDT · by C19fan · 19 replies
    Newsweek ^ | March 10, 2015 | Luke Hurst
    Hundreds of millions of Asian men alive today could be descendents of just 11 dynastic leaders who lived up to 4,000 years ago, according to researchers at the University of Leicester in the UK. The study, published in the European Journal of Human Genetics, looked at the Y-chromosome - the chromosome passed from father to son - in around 5,300 Asian men from more than a hundred different ethnic groups and nationalities. Most Y-chromosome types are extremely rare and so the prevalence of common Y-chromosome types amongst those they found in the Asian men they tested suggests hundreds of millions...
  • What the world would have missed if some parents refused having more than two children

    11/02/2014 2:24:16 PM PST · by Morgana · 31 replies
    Live Action ^ | Oct 31, 2014 | Amanda Read
    There really is no such thing as having “only” one or two children, because having babies is not a numbers game. Rather, it has to do with welcoming souls into the world, however many there may be. Sadly, Margaret Sanger, who came from a large family herself, failed to see babies as individuals with the potential to improve society and instead saw them as probable burdens to themselves and society. “The immorality of large families lies not only in their injury to the members of those families but in their injury to society,” wrote Sanger in a chapter titled “The...
  • HAVE YOU USED THE GENOGRAPHIC PROJECT?

    11/28/2012 2:41:29 PM PST · by WHATNEXT? · 53 replies
    ME
    Thinking of getting the kit for a Christmas gift.
  • Is Family Tree Homework An Invasion Of Privacy?

    11/19/2010 3:48:58 PM PST · by Califreak · 42 replies · 1+ views
    General | 11/19/10 | Myself
    How do you feel about "family tree" homework? My kids have had to do this repeatedly. To me, this seems like something that should be done at home on one's own time.
  • Ned Lamont: Pink Diaper Baby With Silver Spoon In Mouth

    08/09/2006 4:16:48 PM PDT · by FFIGHTER · 44 replies · 1,460+ views
    Democracy Project ^ | August 9, 2006 | Democracy Project
    MSM reporters repeatedly comment about how the anti-war Ned Lamont, now official Democrat Party candidate for U.S. Senator from Connecticut, is paradoxically a wealthy businessman. If these MSM reporters had any research skills, they would report both his financial and ideological inheritance. Ned Lamont’s father, Corliss Lamont, was a brilliant, very wealthy by inheritance, communist fellow-traveler through the ‘30’s and ‘40’s and ‘50’s, who continued in such anti-U.S. foreign policy crusades on to his death in 1995, having opposed the 1991 Persian Gulf War. In 1934, Corliss Lamont identified himself to former communist Max Eastman as a “Truth Communist,” saying...
  • Indonesia's Lost World: Shaking Up The Family Tree (More - New Human Species)

    10/29/2004 2:11:55 PM PDT · by blam · 37 replies · 4,994+ views
    Archaeology ^ | 10-28-2004 | Davisd Keys
    Indonesia's Lost World: Shaking Up the Family Tree October 28, 2004 by David Keys Homo floresiensis skull (© Peter Brown) New archaeological discoveries by Australian and Indonesian scientists on the Indonesian island of Flores are revealing that until at least 13,000 to 12,000 years ago, modern humans--our species, Homo sapiens--shared this planet with a totally different species of human being--a three-foot-high dwarf hominid with physical features usually seen as dating from 1.5 to 4 million years ago. The scientists, mainly from Australia's University of New England and University of Wollongong, have found the skeletal remains of up to seven individuals...
  • Brother to be tried in incest case

    06/03/2004 7:12:27 AM PDT · by Max Combined · 28 replies · 399+ views
    HoustonChronicle.com ^ | June 3, 2004, 12:32AM | Associated Press
    Sister gave birth to baby, who died PORT ARTHUR -- A 19-year-old man will be tried in September on a charge of prohibited sexual conduct with his younger sister, who gave birth to a baby found dead in a high school band bag. The girl, who was 15 when she gave birth, has been charged in juvenile court with capital murder. An adult certification hearing for her is set for June 10. The maximum sentence that can be considered in juvenile court on a capital murder charge is 40 years, prosecutor Randi King said. In the adult system, she could...
  • Cartoon-Kerry's Family Tree

    02/11/2003 5:50:26 AM PST · by Davis · 4 replies · 283+ views
    Conversations with Trentino ^ | 2/11/03 | Bassfire
    John Kerry...a man for all seasons.