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Subject: Re: [DNA] Re: my genes showed 4% Native American which seems a bit odd
Date: Wed, 9 Mar 2005 20:46:16 -0500 (EST)
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Thanks. Where did I make any reference to religion? EGT

> EGT:
>
> I will state the obvious. That is patently absurd. Ellen has has been
> very diplomatic in her replies (as was my style at one time). But she
> has shown far more restraint that I am capable of mustering at this
> stage in my life. We have of late been inundated by a rash of postings
> that all have their feet buried in fundamentalist religious dogma. I am
> beginning to see a pattern so am beginning to wonder if this is a
> coordinated efort on the part of those who have a religious agenda that
> has nothing whatsoever to do with science or DNA.
>
> Show us this stated evidence (archaeological or DNA), stripped of any
> religious trappings, so that we may objectively evaluate your statement.
> Please, no more links to sites which are affiliated with any religious
> organization.
>
> David F.
>
>
>
> -------------- Original message --------------
>
>> There is evedence of Semitic (pre-Jewish) arrivals in the Western
>> Hemisphere long before Columbus. EGT
>
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