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Having read your question several times, I'm still finding it hard to understand the point you're trying to make, but let me take a stab at paraphrasing your question and then responding to that. Paraphrasing your question: DNA analysis is important in some scientific/legal contexts but rubbish in a genealogical context (except when it isn't). Here are ...


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My opinion is that genetic genealogy is simply another tool in the toolbox, and the same concerns that we have about DNA also apply to what people might now call 'paper-trail' genealogy. We now have the capability to analyze DNA much faster than we could before. And because of technological advances, we can now gather information about a person much faster ...


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