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During the generation of gametes (sperm, eggs), chromosomes can cross-over - this swaps paternal and maternally-derived genetic material. So none of the descendant's chromosomes would be a direct copy of Einstein's, and furthermore, each offspring receives half of its genetic complement from each parent. This means that if you pool the DNA data from small ...


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This reply needs to contain a number of links to qualify each of my claims. Unfortunately this site won't allow me to include more than two links because I am a new user. Please see this post which contains the same response and all the necessary links as well. I would be very careful trusting any claims published by the young earther Jeffrey Tomkins. In my ...



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