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Offline TimM

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Re: Claimants on YOUTUBE and other sites.
« Reply #45 on: June 07, 2016, 07:26:03 AM »
DNA testing really has debunked a lot of absurd claims, hasn't it.

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« Reply #46 on: June 07, 2016, 06:06:38 PM »
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DNA testing really has debunked a lot of absurd claims, hasn't it.

It certainly has. For example, DNA testing has debunked the claim that Prince Albert of Saxe Coburg-Gotha was illegitimate. His British Coburg descendants in the male line match the Y-DNA of other male-line descendants of his ancestor Leopold I, King of the Belgians so that claim has now been proved to be absurd.

However DNA sometimes confirms claims that were thought to be absurd, and those results are not always made public. Silence does not always mean failure.

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« Reply #47 on: July 10, 2016, 12:40:55 AM »
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You are correct to say DNA testing has debunked the claim that prince Albert of Saxe ciburg was illegitimate with the poof of his British Coburg decedents etc. Like before when RBD posted photo proof of the same ancestor gene been passed down in certain royal decedents but was questioned by some as fraud or manipulation of facts and Photos.

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DNA testing really has debunked a lot of absurd claims, hasn't it.

It certainly has. For example, DNA testing has debunked the claim that Prince Albert of Saxe Coburg-Gotha was illegitimate. His British Coburg descendants in the male line match the Y-DNA of other male-line descendants of his ancestor Leopold I, King of the Belgians so that claim has now been proved to be absurd.

However DNA sometimes confirms claims that were thought to be absurd, and those results are not always made public. Silence does not always mean failure.