Hope for the Creationism theory thanks to the Genographic project


17 Apr, 2005
 None    Philosophy

Can the geographical genetic differences be explained by random mutations?


Dna The genographic project is a 40 million dollars privately-funded initiative that results from a collaboration between National Geographic, IBM and charity the Waitt Family Foundation. The goal is to collect DNA samples from over 100,000 people worldwide that will be subjected to lab and computer analysis to extract genetic data. This database will be a precious tool for geneticists to extract valuable information on the way we have been conceived, based on our collective similarities and differences.

 




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