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    Question Ageing of YDNA method right?

    Ageing of YDNA method right?

    i feel the way the y dna grouping and ageing isnt following a right approach.
    assume the following case.


    1.A homo erectus of india who had continous evolution and inter breed with modern homo sapeins

    will have homo erectus DNA in 1-2% and 98% homo sapiens DNA.

    2. A homo sapiens of Africa who evolved from oldest homo sapiens with 100% homo sapiens DNA

    now here 2% dna of 1st case is older than 100% homo sapiens of 2nd case
    but we are neglecting 2% homo erectus dna and in timeline we place

    case 2 older than case 1 which isnt right.


    he are ageing the dna of hiegher % YDNA and not the least % YDNA

    if we list ageing of least % DNA then case 1 will be oldest

    i am expecting opinion on this

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    Y DNA doesn't mix. If anyone had a Homo erectus Y chromosome it would stand out like a giant flashing neon sign.

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    it doesnt mix but % wise compositin reduce

    after 80k years of inter breed a homo erectus descandants from india got 2% dna of homo erectus and 98% dna of homo sapiens
    since homoerectus % is too less they dont consider what if the % is very minute like .1% and ppl neglect it


    this is what happens a non continuous group in africa is considered as oldest group than a continuous group in india
    this is mistake .

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    Quote Originally Posted by raj1012 View Post
    it doesnt mix but % wise compositin reduce

    after 80k years of inter breed a homo erectus descandants from india got 2% dna of homo erectus and 98% dna of homo sapiens
    since homoerectus % is too less they dont consider what if the % is very minute like .1% and ppl neglect it


    this is what happens a non continuous group in africa is considered as oldest group than a continuous group in india
    this is mistake .
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