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From: "Ken Nordtvedt" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Multiple Mutations of SNPs
Date: Thu, 25 Feb 2010 09:28:43 -0700
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But I have the gut impression that until we make the jump to the entire y
tree picture --- our full collection of snps and our full branch line back
to Adam --- these snps we find here and there in the bushy part of the tree
will be increasingly boring --- or should I say lacking in informational
But I do look forward to knowing my complete 40 or 50 forks back to Adam.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Al Aburto" <>
> What this means is that SNP testing becomes more and more important over
> (with the passage of) time as the vast landscape of SNPs are uncovered
> at an ever increasing pace.
> In the past SNP discovery was limited to research institutions, but now
> it is FTDNA, and us, leading the way ...
> > On 2/25/2010 8:01 AM, Ken Nordtvedt wrote:
>> Let's face it; ultimately most of us males will eventually have a
>> separate technical haplogroup from every other male --- our fathers being
>> most likely our group co-members if any. The present collection of
>> haplogroups are a drop in the bucket and a transient club which only
>> grows in membership with time and discovery.