Monday, January 28, 2008

What is it that Indians have that we don't?

Twenty-five thousand years ago, haplogroup R2 characterized by genetic marker M124 arose in southern Central Asia . Then began a major wave of human migration whereby members migrated southward to present-day India and Pakistan (Genographic Project by the National Geographic Society; ). Indians and Pakistanis have the same ancestry and share the same DNA sequence.

Here's what is happening in India

(Look at the 5th. paragraph: did you notice the Number of the Beast?)

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