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Author Topic:   bluegenes and mindspawn: The human Y-chromosome falsification of YEC.
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Message 2 of 4 (710451)
11-05-2013 8:44 AM
Reply to: Message 1 by bluegenes
11-05-2013 3:30 AM


Hi bluegenes, just need a couple clarifications:
The first paper gives us a point mutation rate of 4 in 13 generations, or approximately 1 for every three generations, on the 1/5 of the non-recombining area of the Y-chromosome (which is ~95% of the total chromosome).
Would this rephrasing be acceptable to you:
"The first paper derives a point mutation rate of 4 in 13 generations (or approximately 1 for every three generations) for 1/5 of the non-recombining area of the Y-chromosome. The non-recombining area is ~95% of the total chromosome."
That would be about 300 for the entire chromosome.
"300 mutations" would be more clear.
If you make these or equivalent changes I'll promote the thread.

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