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From: "William Hurst" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Taylor DNA question
Date: Wed, 30 Jun 2004 17:34:10 -0400
> Some people like to keep their results private, so not having to join a
> to get a good rate is an advantage to them.
Oh great, knowing a bunch of random numbers about your DNA is now an
"advantaqe." Maybe they can pay extra to the testing company to explain the
results, instead of getting answers from a project manager. If everybody
keeps his results private, nobody will benefit. Maybe this explains some of
the recent postings from individuals who put their results on this list and
ask for an explanation. No thanks.
As I have suggested before, a person wanting to test should find out which
testing company hosts his surname project and then test there. FTDNA will
tell you if there are others with your surname who have tested, even if
there is no project.
Anyone who wants to keep their results private should check the Archives for
Ann's previous posts on "one hand clapping."