Well, my point is that I have Asian ancestry, and the testers read it as Native American, which is what they re perhaps used to looking for. It wasn t testingMessage 1 of 4 , Jul 31, 2003View SourceWell, my point is that I have Asian ancestry, and the testers read it
as Native American, which is what they're perhaps used to looking
for. It wasn't testing FOR Native American heritage. It was general
Anyway, it's impossible for me to have Native American ancestry. That
is, of course, unless a bunch of Native Americans sailed into a
Bulgarian, Black Sea harbor ages ago.
Carol, Don t group all Native Americans as Mongoloid, if you tell a Cherokee, Creek, Siminole or any number of other Eastern or Southwestern tribes that theyMessage 1 of 4 , Aug 2, 2003View SourceCarol,
Don't group all Native Americans as Mongoloid, if you tell a
Cherokee, Creek, Siminole or any number of other Eastern or
Southwestern tribes that they are of Mongoloid decent and they might
just smack you up side of the head. Only the central plains tribes
will tell you they came from the North, which is where they would
have come from if they crossed over from Asia.
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> We Native Americans are of the Mongoloid race so will come out asof
> Asian decent.I am not too thrilled with the DNA process.Somedaythey
> may be able to tell on amount of genetic material but that is along way
Obviously I don t know anything about DNA or I would not have ask the first question! I agree about proving Native American bloodlines. I believe there wouldMessage 1 of 4 , Aug 25, 2003View SourceObviously I don't know anything about DNA or I would not have ask
the first question! I agree about proving Native American bloodlines.
I believe there would be few of us who have US ancestors back to late
1700's, who would not have some Native American blood. The problem
would still be to prove how, through whom, and how much!
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Sent: Monday, August 25, 2003 7:47 PM
Subject: [genchatfriends] Re: DNA testing...
On most of the talk shows they have the mother, the baby and all the
(?) fathers. In that case they can be about 99.9% sure.
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> DNA Testing.....Pro or Con
> Isn't it funny how on those "Talk shows" on TV they can prove without
> a shadow of a doubt that a certain person is the parent of another,
> well I agree with Tired Warrior, I don't think they can be 100% sure
> of anything. The latest "fad" seems to be that you can prove you
> have Native American bloodlines using DNA, I hate to burst everyone's
> bubble but I think that this too will be more a case of "Well yeah
> you may have Native American ancestry, but we can't be 100% sure" we
> might as well face facts here, they have alot of work to do with DNA
> testing before it's foolproof.