:"i dont know what Yakutsk is, i dont know what Scandinavian is, i dont know what ashkenazi is..oceanian?.. etc" Do you know ANYTHING? ><
wow you have Scandinavian blood lol wow that's unexpected
I'm English, French & German descent.
Yes, it makes COMPLETE sense that you have MUCH more Iberian/European ancestry rather than Asian because those settlers didn't cross the Bering Straight recently… that shit happened like 15,000 years ago. The Iberian/European ancestry that you have is the from the past 300-500 years or so.
Hey, I meant to ask you but my computer was acting up while I was being nasty lol. What Nation are you from because you said you are documented.
Hey, stop rewriting your DNA. Everything isn't Native American and Spanish you have those other things in small percentages lol.
Hey, you spent all that money and I could have told you they were lying when they said Native Americans come from Asians lol. When they did the census way back when Native Americans were on it as the letter I (Because they thought Natives were Indians who are from Asia and that's why people call Natives Indians and think they are Asians. What happened was a lot of people did the W thing. (They took the I and wrote two u's around it because it was safer at the time but Natives have never been Asians. It just wasn't safe to be Native so they passed as White or Blacks at times.
This has got to be one of the most interesting ancestry compositions that I have seen. Thank you for sharing it with us!
I wish you had shown a little more humility, though. You seem to spend about half of the video saying that 23andMe have got things wrong, and making your own assertions about what the results should really say. You must have said the sentence, "I am Native American," and variants of it about a dozen times, repeating it as if it were a mantra. You only need to say it once! I understand that you are proud of your identity, but you need to understand that your DNA contains far more information than does any oral history and set of documents that you might have on your ancestry. In short, 23andMe know facts about your ancestry that you don't, so if they disagree with you, it is not necessary 23andMe that is wrong!
It would have been interesting to hear more about how much of your ancestry has been documented. If you are at all like me, then you probably have the odd great-great-grandparent, at least, missing from your family tree. If a great-great-grandparent goes missing, then about 6% of your DNA becomes a complete mystery. I have a lot of mysteries in my ancestry, some of which have been thrown up by my 23andMe ancestry composition chart. For example, I found out that I am supposedly 1% Chinese! I hope that 23andMe will also be able to shed more light on those mysteries, as time goes by. I will keep an open mind. 🙂
I think that Native American DNA is misinterpreted a lot because their genetic makeup is hard to trace and scientist haven't figured out which is which (Native American and Asia). It is easier to trace in males than females. I am part Native American and European and I wish I had a brother to take the test with me because it would give me a better idea of my Native American DNA!
This guy needs education! Quickly!
Native Americans are descendants from Asians crossing the Bering strait. DNA is not yet equipped to go that far back. The European you are seeing is a recent thing something you will see in a Mexican DNA result. Your results are similar to a lot of Mexican results.
I can't believe how ignorant you are of Mexican history. Most Mexicans are mestizos: of mixed European (Spanish) and Native American (Mesoamerican). Some of pure white or native american but most are mixed.
I'm Mexican American and I look completely white but my brother looks more mestizo. You look completely Native American.
+alot of native americans are light skinned with colored eyes and/or colored hair because of environmental factors or random genetic occurences thats why natives sometimes have white looking kids but there 100% native
Hola +Lifeoftheunknown , quiero hacerme este prueba con 23andme, ¿de qué parte de México es tu familia? Yo soy casi completamente nahua pero desconosco si 23andme tengan base de datos de nahuas, especialmente de las zonas tan remotas como de las que son familia ¿de qué grupo es tu familia? te lo agradecería mucho.
native americans originated from asia then after thousand of years of isolation they developed mutation of their genes.
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