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Old 11-18-2013, 07:22 PM
 
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[SIZE=3]Nov. 18, 2013 University of Illinois anthropology professor Ripan Malhi looks to DNA to tell the story of how ancient humans first came to the Americas and what happened to them once they were here.[/SIZE]


[SIZE=3]He will share some of his findings at the meeting, "Ancient DNA: The First Three Decades," at The Royal Society in London on Nov. 18 and 19.[/SIZE]


[SIZE=3]Malhi, an affiliate of the Institute for Genomic Biology at Illinois, will describe his collaborative approach, which includes working with present-day Native Americans on studies of their genetic history.[/SIZE]


[SIZE=3]Read full story @ Ancient, modern DNA tell story of first humans in the Americas[/SIZE]

Will sure be interesting to read the results.
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Old 11-18-2013, 07:53 PM
 
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[SIZE=3]Nov. 18, 2013 — University of Illinois anthropology professor Ripan Malhi looks to DNA to tell the story of how ancient humans first came to the Americas and what happened to them once they were here.[/SIZE]


[SIZE=3]He will share some of his findings at the meeting, "Ancient DNA: The First Three Decades," at The Royal Society in London on Nov. 18 and 19.[/SIZE]


[SIZE=3]Malhi, an affiliate of the Institute for Genomic Biology at Illinois, will describe his collaborative approach, which includes working with present-day Native Americans on studies of their genetic history.[/SIZE]


[SIZE=3]Read full story @ Ancient, modern DNA tell story of first humans in the Americas[/SIZE]

Will sure be interesting to read the results.
I dont see Folsom Man mentioned! What kind of propaganda is this, anyway?
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Old 11-18-2013, 09:04 PM
 
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[SIZE=3]Nov. 18, 2013 University of Illinois anthropology professor Ripan Malhi looks to DNA to tell the story of how ancient humans first came to the Americas and what happened to them once they were here.[/SIZE]


[SIZE=3]He will share some of his findings at the meeting, "Ancient DNA: The First Three Decades," at The Royal Society in London on Nov. 18 and 19.[/SIZE]


[SIZE=3]Malhi, an affiliate of the Institute for Genomic Biology at Illinois, will describe his collaborative approach, which includes working with present-day Native Americans on studies of their genetic history.[/SIZE]


[SIZE=3]Read full story @ Ancient, modern DNA tell story of first humans in the Americas[/SIZE]

Will sure be interesting to read the results.
Sure will be interesting to have you learn how to post correctly too...

How many times do we see one professor or another come up with these astounding revelations?
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