YDNA can point to a ~probability~ of a common male ancestor, depending on how many markers are matched between contemporary persons. It cannot identify *who* exactly that common ancestor is (such as, say, which neighborhood philanderer).
This is what makes the Biblical 'begats' amusing: the known parent is the one who actually gave birth, but scarce a woman is mentioned in the list.
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