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From: "DONALD MILLIGAN" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Why is RH negative proto-European so hostile to RH positive rest of th
Date: Mon, 6 Jan 2003 13:34:50 -0800
This may be inacurate, but I believe somewhere I read that the Irish majority today are O+. I presumed then that the paleolithic folk of Ireland were also O+. True? False? Anyone? Thanks!
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From: Annie, The WritingTeacher
Sent: Monday, January 06, 2003 11:48 AM
Subject: [DNA] Why is RH negative proto-European so hostile to RH positive rest of the world?
Good Web site on neolithic farmers and paleolithics. What really happened
DNA-wise when the two met? The proto-European DNA is RH negative O blood
type, found at highest rates in the Basque. The neolithic farmers brought in
variety and RH positive blood. Why does nature if left without intervention
kill off the third or more children in a marriage between the proto-European
RH negative type and the rest of the world that's RH positive? Any reasons
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