[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] DNA

Krampetz at aol.com Krampetz at aol.com
Fri Jun 12 22:43:13 PDT 2009

When I read that:
    "Humans share 99% of their genome with mice"
     "..... we share 98% of our genes with non-human  primates). "
    "The fruit fly, Drosophila melanogaster,  carries about 13,600 genes in 
its genome. About 70% of these genes are common to  all organisms (other 
than bacteria)."  
    I conclude that you are putting too great a faith in  statistics & 
In a message dated 6/12/2009 5:20:42 P.M. Pacific Daylight Time,  
cmduff at redwing.net writes:

I got  DNA tested by getting the swab from my brother. I have this family 
back to  the 1600's in Germany. But the DNA came back most prominent in 
Spain,  France and England.  So now more mysteries. However, my Volhynia  
ancestry is on my mother's side. There is only one male that I know of,  
far away. And the next closest family members (Male) are in Canada. I  
wish there were more possibility for those who are female. About as  
close as I get there is Cleopatra and I don't know if I believe  that.

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