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On the Common Ancestors of All Living Humans

@inproceedings{RohdeOnTC,
  title={On the Common Ancestors of All Living Humans},
  author={Douglas L. T. Rohde}
}
Questions concerning the common ancestors of all present-day humans have received considerable attention of late in both the scientific and lay communities. Principally, this attention has focused on ‘Mitochondrial Eve,’ defined to be the woman who lies at the confluence of our maternal ancestry lines, and who is believed to have lived 100,000–200,000 years ago. More recent attention has been given to our common paternal ancestor, ‘Y Chromosome Adam,’ who may have lived 35,000–89,000 years ago… CONTINUE READING
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