Originally posted by Gorman91
reply to post by AnthraAndromda
Well I haven't even begun my professional career yet and I've changed the world much more than you say you have,
Really? You really think so? Where do you think the original IBM-PC came from? Or how about the first fully automated auto manufacturing facility?
Projects in my life have already touched more people than you ever will.
Oh, almost forgot ... making it possible to mass produce the microprocessor ... but that was in the late 70's.
How can I prove what is stated? The test matched you to pure groups of individuals. If you have more than 10 of those groups in you, you are not going
to show up very high on any of them.
No. The data was taken in one case from the entire European continent. The individual groups that my DNA doesn't match is the way in which the data
groups. But you have to remember,the original data came from all
of Europe. But that is just the autosomal data.
Which by the way was also submitted to a database from North America, which has DNA data from all over the world. Again, the individual groupings are
provided by the data itself.
The Y-DNA data was submitted to that database by researchers from all over the globe. So you see, there are no "pure groups" as you so innocently
The fact that my DNA matches several populations on isolated markers is not unusual. I'd be willing to bet that if we looked at yours at that level
we could find "matches" to populations that you are obviously not a member of. Again, it is only when the entire set of markers is considered as a
whole that the matching becomes meaningful
If I paint my computer the same color as my wife's Camero, does that make it a Chevy? Or perhaps you would prefer to call it a Datsun if I paint it
the same color as my 280Z? It just doesn't work that way.
Sure. but again any dilution of populations, bam, evidence is gone.
Perhaps, but the populations and the DNA aren't diluted. In fact; in the autosomal there are two large "peaks" in the data. One is South ASian, the
other African. ANd, as we have seen, the Y DNA is "A" haplotype, making it african.
As you said, if somebody pays for it. That's not going to happen. Unprovable hypothesis. Faulty science.
No not faulty science. And, not my problem. Look at it like this; I came into this fight with both aerrels loaded, you not only didn't load your
"gun" but, left it behind. I have the data, you have nothing but your belief.
I've offered to give you some ammunition, but, you don't seem to care. Your unfounded belief system is all you need. Again, I have the data, you
Why is your data flawed? For the same reason I've been saying it all along. Crossbreeding.
Again, perhaps, but look at the "breeding options" South Asian and African. When I told people that know me what the DNA results were, they laughed
so hard they almost fell down. And when I got to the part where there is no evidence of European populations, they did!
So, anyway ... if my results are the product of "crossbreeding" kindly explain the light skin, European nose, Charcoal eyes, Light brown/blond hair.
Oh ... almost forgot ... I'm an albino. Problem with that is there are no albino markers in my DNA (I asked my doctor, but don't actually have that
data available for publishing yet).
The data shows you are a crossbreed between a few population groups.
again here you are twisting matters. Even if the DNA results you typed on your website were true, they would still show nothing more then crossbreeds.
Not alien. Not anomalous. Just plain old crossbreeding. The rest of the billion something ladders on your DNA strand that could reach to the moon are
human. Ergo a few dozen genes does not change your from being human.
Who's twisting this?! You are the one grasping at straws here, not me. You are the one that announced I was African, then Indian, then Indo-African
albino, then European.
Again, any time you or anyone else wants to independantly verify my test results, feel free to contact me via U2U. I'd love to send a sample to your
lab of choice.
In short, you have nothing, just your unfounded, uneducated opinions. I have data that speaks for itself.