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TheRascallyOne TheRascallyOne 22-25, M 2 Answers Apr 16 in Community

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We're all cousins in one way or another.<br />
Everyone has both a mother and a father. Every mother and father has a mother and father, etc... You don't have to go back very far, (less than 200 years) before you realize the result will produce a number that's more than the amount of people in the world at that time.<br />
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How related are we? It depends on how much your family has moved in the past few hundred years, how big the town you grew up in and several other factors.<br />
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It is estimated ba<x>sed on DNA research that every human alive today is descendant from a small group of humans probably less than 100 people, 100 000 years ago.<br />
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11% of the people of Asia share a common gene thought to be passed on by Genghis Khan. 7% of the world has this gene.

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yes we are ofcourse we are

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