This fall, there was discussion that came out of Massachusetts that was interesting. I saw some discussion on Quora and have put it here as a place-holder.
- Bustamante Report (10 Oct 2018)
- Eight generations back (over the horizon)
- QWarren's maternal ancestry
After all, the work at describing the genetic material is still relatively new. And, we know what that technology was all about.
Too, I can show cases where doing this analysis did not help. Of course, one might argue that a full coverage of all people would be fairly strong. I am not so sure. Remember, all of this is either computational or is computationally driven. That whole realm, which is at the crux of our lives and growing in influence, is poorly understood despite all of the silly valley demonstrations of their prowess. Have you looked at the messes that those folks have us into now? Which may have been there before but are now several orders of magnitude more complicated?
Remarks: Modified: 06/04/2020
06/04/2020 -- "Back to DNA II" looks at a WikiTree Project and more.