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    100,000 Years of Human Migration

    See it here http://all-that-is-interesting.com/p...ns-of-humanity

    the male Y chromosome is only passed from father to son.

    The mitochondrias genetical information is only passed from mothers to their childs. (males have mitochindrias, they are just not passed to their child)

    By sampling the changes of countles men and women today we can see how both ot them likely migrated, since geography didnt change much and only during the last 500years humans made large scale transoceanic migrations.

    the genetical changes/difference in the y chromosome and mtochondria point to a root of the trees that they build, wich is called "y chromosome adam" and "mitochondrial eve".
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    that is really interesting and cool.
    All things must come to the soul from it's roots, from where it is planted. The that is beside the running water is fresher, and gives more fruit.

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