Does Heimie frig with the results?
EXACTLY what I am afraid of. The swindlesteins seldom if ever miss an opportunity to mess up our minds and take our money at the same time.
As a strict race-thinker I prefer to learn from whom I was descended, not from where. A White from Southern Africa can certainly be distinquished from Negroes in Southern Africa by his DNA, though both reside in sub-Saharan Africa.PhuBai68 wrote:I don't quite get your point Chairman... we know we're in the U.S., we want to know where our bloodlines/relatives came from...Will Williams wrote:Will Williams wrote:...
How can my recent ancestors, all Americans going back for five generations, not have my own DNA test mention that they lived in the U.S, not Europe?
Bottom line: DNA is not a geographical test, but a biological one.
Very interesting although not surprising that DNA testing companies would intentionally add false data to avoid acknowleding anybody could possibly be 100% white European, a horrible sin in their minds. My own tests confirm such reports. About ten years ago I sent my saliva to Ancestry and the results indicated a majority of North German and Scandinavian ancestry and small percentage of British and Eastern European background. Nothing surprising here other than having over 60% Scandinavian (I had no idea about that). Throughout the past ten years a few percentage points have shifted slightly from Northern Germany to Scandinavian to Eastern European, but no significant changes over the years, just a percentage point here and there. For kicks, I sent in a new sample to Ancestry and should receive the new results soon.Wade Hampton III wrote: ↑Thu Dec 07, 2017 11:12 pmDNA Testing Companies Admit Adding Fake African Ancestry to White Profiles in Order to
“Screw with Racists!"
In a recent interview with Cracked, one of the major ancestry testing companies,
(which specific company is unknown) spilled the beans on what really happens when
you purchase an ancestry kit.
...they’ve also admitted to tampering with the result to “screw with
racists”. When Inside Edition had a set of triplets send their spit in to Ancestry.com
and 23andMe, they got wildly different results from both services.