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07-24-2014 07:35:22

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DNA is not an exact science. We are led to believe it is, but it is not. It is still someone's opinion whether all those strands actually match, or not. I would not want to be accused of a crime I did not commit, just because someone thought DNA collected from the scene of the crime matched some DNA on file somewhere with my name on it.

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07-25-2014 05:40:45

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 Re: is for real in reply to rustyfarmall, 07-24-2014 07:35:22  
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There is a lot of truth to that. A few years back the news was that Thomas Jefferson had fathered a child with a slave girl because her descendant's DNA "proved" it. Old Tom got ripped terribly in the press and public opinion, even though that was the only evidence offered. Meanwhile, if you did your home work, you found out the Toms brother had a reputation for fathering children with his slaves. No one ever bothered to note that there is no possible way to tell if it was Tom or his brother that fathered the kid.

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07-24-2014 14:34:11

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 Re: is for real in reply to rustyfarmall, 07-24-2014 07:35:22  
It does surprise me how some people will so blithely give away their privacy.
On the other hand, look at Facebook.

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