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Re: Maximum Number of Y-DNA Mutations at 1000 Years?
Posted by: linda mckee (ID *****5772) Date: July 10, 2012 at 04:59:07
In Reply to: Maximum Number of Y-DNA Mutations at 1000 Years? by Thomas Clark of 4712

If you post this question to the Genealogy-DNA List at RootsWeb Mail Lists I would imagine you would also receive several outstanding posts on that forum. I have seen the subject discussed but do not recall the general thought pattern that reigns about the number of mutations and would imagine that changes with each new discovery and you would want the latest thoughts on the subject and that is one good place among others to fine current thoughts.



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