Thomas Milton Tinney, Sr.
2018-12-01 23:12:25 UTC
(Medieval Conundrum)Biparental Inheritance of Mitochondrial DNA in Humans
That mitochondrial or mtDNA inheritance occurs only through the maternal line, which is currently central to genealogical testing, is now determined to be a false theory; thus, invalidating any scientific proof statement, which attempts to conclusively present time frames or locations for any pedigree related to mitochondrial Eve.
A new study provides compelling evidence that children can inherit mitochondrial DNA from both their parents. . . . [Since putting together their initial findings, Huang and his team have already identified several more candidate families with mixed mitochondrial DNA. According to his preliminary estimates, this phenomenon may be present in as many as 1 in every 5,000 people.] [Research Note: Current world population is estimated at approximately 7.7 billion people. This indicates an estimated staggering number of individuals involved, from ancestral parentage. Statistically, (1,000,000,000 / 5,000 = 200,000 x 7.7, for a total of 1,540,000 people). Dads, Too, Can Pass on Mitochondrial DNA | NOVA | PBS | NOVA | PBS
Supplement to Biparental Inheritance of Mitochondrial DNA in Humans
World Population Clock: 7.7 Billion People (2018) - Worldometers
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THESES & DISSERTATIONS: "Family History" & Genealogy -
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Population genetic history and patterns of admixture
Examples from northeastern and southern Africa . . . The origin of humans lies in Africa, as has been shown by archaeology, paleontology and genetics. [Research Note: This assertion is directly contradicted by the revelations given to the Prophet, Seer, Revelator, and Translator, Joseph Smith, Jr. It is known that The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints teaches that Adam and Eve were the first man and the first woman to live on the earth. Adam and Eve had human sons and daughters, while residing in the area of Adam-ondi-Ahman, a historic site in Daviess County, Missouri, about five miles south of Jameson. It is located along the east bluffs above the Grand River.]
So, Joseph Smith, Jr. was right after all.