Presentation given on 1 October 2010, 9:00am to 5:00pm MDT at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City for Transhumanism and Spirituality 2010
Abstract: Based on the inheritance properties of DNA, it is possible to identify informative markers that have survived in our genome from past generations and therefore take a glimpse into humanity’s recent and ancient past. Similarities observed in genetic profiles can be grouped in larger clusters, called haplogroups, linked to specific geographic regions and ethnic groups. The contribution of molecular science to personal and religious identity, spirituality, family history, and the concepts of race and diversity is calling for a re-evaluation of previously accepted paradigms that are deeply rooted in many cultures.
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