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  1. ps Angela, extra points for Monroe and Bellucci:...

    ps Angela, extra points for Monroe and Bellucci: both icons. I think only the relatively small high fashion crowd takes all that seriously. True, females are shown that often, but recently also...
  2. there are also degree's of AIS from mild to...

    there are also degree's of AIS from mild to complete; do we know which Gaby is?
    Some XX people have Estrogen Insensitivity Syndrome as well. Its hard to find any pics of known EIS females, but I'd...
  3. Maria Shriver blows this argument out of the...

    Maria Shriver blows this argument out of the water.:laughing: There are lots of manly looking women-- it could be a coincidence, unless they are all secret AIS's. Estrogen also 'womanizes' females...
  4. Thread: I3 Shoutout

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    I3 Shoutout

    First and only I3 sofar. Any others pls share I3 specific info and links.

    From this site:
    "Haplogroup I was also found in Scythian remains in Siberia (I4 subclade) and in southern Russia (I3...
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    I ran both at the time and not much difference....

    I ran both at the time and not much difference. Here is Experimental. That's what I assumed about colors, but it suggests L64 most likely despite it being red....
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    Despite Living's greater SNP's apparently its...

    Despite Living's greater SNP's apparently its only reliable for one sub; I'm sure its hit or miss like 23andme. I wonder if they progressively tune for sub SNP's as they go given a hit on a major, or...
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    and I can guess, but what do the colors mean?...

    and I can guess, but what do the colors mean? There's no explanation.
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    There are no literal zero's but plenty of "--" in...

    There are no literal zero's but plenty of "--" in genotype column; unsure which are critical branches. I did the 23andme within a month. I do have red blocks as you can see.

    Your data has:
    63...
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    Y resolution worth it?

    Took the 23andme and realized too late I should have gone livingDNA. My 23andme data even with morley test seems to be subclade unsure, given 63 Y-DNA positions lacking recognized mutations and...
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    Did the morley online snp predictor: "63 Y-DNA...

    Did the morley online snp predictor: "63 Y-DNA position(s) lacking mutations recognised by the genetic genealogy community. These Y-DNA positions may not be very useful." Is that typical? There...
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    unless I am actually some rare branch or no...

    unless I am actually some rare branch or no branch:

    "Thank you for contacting the 23andMe Team. Not all individuals belong to a subgroup of the assigned haplogroup. Haplogroups are assigned based...
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    nyope, thats the way its done now, they only give...

    nyope, thats the way its done now, they only give you geographic regions. Think they changed it recently.
    British & Irish62.1%

    French & German18.0%

    Scandinavian1.8%

    Finnish0.6%

    Broadly...
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    reconstitute subclades

    Hi, new; lots of great info here. Like most, I'm somewhat perturbed that 23&moi omitted the subclades from your report and only offer the broad haplogroups. I've fooled around w gedmatch and looked...
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