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Subject: Re: Most recent common ancestors
Date: Tue, 17 Jan 2006 18:42:03 EST
In a message dated 1/17/06 3:25:53 PM Pacific Standard Time,
<< > Any particular man shares (most of the time) his Y-chromosone with his
> brothers, paternal uncles, etc. So the most you could say, is that a
> descends from a particular person OR his paternal-kin-group.
He shares the VAST MAJORITY of it, yes. >>
Only a mutation can change the Y-chromosone.
You haven't provided any information to suggest that every generation mutates.
Can you please provide the sources that document that EVERY generation
mutates the Y-chromosone?