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From: "Ken Nordtvedt" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Who killed the men of England -
Date: Sun, 19 Jul 2009 17:12:47 -0600
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----- Original Message -----

> Ken,
>
> You said....
>>>>>>>>
> I'll go one step forward; discourage the archaeology-centric posts.
> <<<<<<<
>
> I think the more exposure we get on this list to the broadest information
> the better. > John.

Yes, you have a good point --- to a point. I was trying to be inflammatory,
and really complaining about the ratio of things as they have developed.

But the root subject of this list can easily get swamped by other subjects
which are mainly endless speculation and can weaken the development of the
science and practice of genetic-based population studies.

You don't mean the "braodest information the better" I would guess. Even
you would suggest some bounds.

Ken



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