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Started by Snowcrash, October 02, 2021, 10:50:57 AM

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Snowcrash

Found this and thought the brave new world is here. It is very USA centric but I'm sure all other countries are having similar databases. What about the ones you wouldn't trust?

"I cannot remember the books I've read any more than the meals I have eaten; even so, they have made me."

Ralph Waldo Emerson

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I found it interesting that in the UK, one person will (on average) have 175 Second Cousins!

I'd bet that the average person there might only know of less than 5 Second Cousins, unless from a very large family.

Remember, if your mom or dad had brothers or sisters, then the children of them are only your First Cousins, Once Removed. Your first cousins' childrens' child would be your Second Cousin.

Therefore, not too many I would imagine.

Very nice video Snowy. Veritasium always produces quality, educational and informative videos, IMHO.



Carl2

  There was some talk years ago that DNA results could be used by health insurance companies to increase your rates or not allow you buy their policy because of health related problems you may have.
The large majority of people did not want this, this was briefly mentioned in the video.
Carl2