TOC Human Genome and General DNA News - 8/25/2017

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A word being used in a few scientific papers these days "kiloannum abbreviated (ka)" means 1000 years and is written as c. 55 Ka BP and you know that BP is before present used by research correlated to the atomic bomb test which spread nuclear fall out around to globe and modified age of living things and even exposed fossils.  A BP time measure is based on Jan, 1950.  That means to compare a BP date to a BC date one must add or subtract 1950 years, but when I do this it doesn't make sense.   This unit should only be used as related to specific types of test which consider the 1950 nuclear test, and should not be used in reports for normal archeology testing.

Some papers simply use BP to replace BC, so in papers that do this the dates used can be corrupted.

For ordinary purposes, the dates of events occurring prior to 15 October 1582 are generally shown as they appeared in the Julian calendar, with the year starting on 1 January, and no conversion to their Gregorian equivalents. The Battle of Agincourt is universally known to have been fought on 25 October 1415 which is Saint Crispin's Day.
 

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-- Oldest DNA Scrambles Human Origins - 12/04/13
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-- Genetic Study Hints at Prehistoric Social Networks - 10/06/17

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-- New DNA analysis shows ancient humans interbred with Denisovans - 8/31/12
-- Discovery of Oldest DNA Scrambles Human Origins - 12/04/13
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-- First Aboriginal genome sequenced - 9/22/11
 
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-- New DNA Analysis Technique Aids Study of  Human Migrations - 1/22/13
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-- How DNA Proves God Made All Creatures Great and Small - 7/10/09
-- The Genographic Project published two new papers - 4/24/08
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-- Seeds of Europe's Family Tree - 6/07/13
-- Genetic Origins of Native Americans -
-- Oregon cave yields evidence of the earliest Americans yet - 4/04/08
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-- DNA studies fail to locate root of the species - 9/20/12
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-- Much Earlier Split for Neanderthals, Humans? - 10/21/13
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-- Modern Europe's Genetic History Starts in Stone Age - 4/23/13
-- Genes and Race: The Distant Footfalls of Evidence - 5/13/14
-- Ancient DNA Unravels Europe's Genetic Diversity - 10/10/13
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-- 700,000-Year-Old Horse Oldest Creature With Sequenced Genome - 6/26/13
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-- Blinded By the Light of Discovery - 9/7/09
-- Genographic Project published 2 new papers in American Journal of Human Genetics - 4/24/08

 
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-- Ancient Europeans mysteriously vanished 4,500 BC - 4/23/13
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-- Authentic Viking DNA Retrieved From 1,000-Year-Old Skeletons - 5/28/08
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-- Genetic diversity exploded in recent millennia
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-- Family Tree DNA Announces
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-- Did Climate Change Trigger Human Evolution? - 2/02/06

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