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Subject: Has common ancestry been established by genetic mapping?

Date: Thu Oct 7 10:10:17 1999
Posted by Ron Tolle
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On the archive can be found an excellent article that
appears make a potent case for common ancestry, entitled "Plagiarized
Errors and Molecular Genetics", and can be found at the following URL: My question is: Have

there been follow-up studies that have used this technique to establish
common ancestry among various species?

Many thanks.

Ron Tolle
"By definition, no apparent, perceived, or claimed evidence in any field

can be valid if it contradicts the Scriptural record."

Re: Has common ancestry been established by genetic mapping?

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