National Geographic Geno 2.0 project

Does anyone know why the National Geographic Geno 2.0 project is not releasing any male results at the present?

That was the word I received back when I inquired why my results were taking so long to complete?

3 Comments on “National Geographic Geno 2.0 project”

  1. Thanks Thomas and Adam for the info. I have been wondering why I haven’t heard anything. I do know there is going to be a major shakeup in the Y-DNA Tree. So many new SNPs and the signatures are getting too long so FTDNA and elsewhere will be switching from R1b1a12a1a1c……. To R1b L21. So essentially the Y-DNA Haplogroup and then the terminal SNP. I’ll read the forum and see what else they are saying.

    have you each received the other parts of the Geno2.0? And if so would you be willing to share what you think.

  2. WOW? This is even bigger than I thought. I thought it was being held up for name assignments ie new nomenclature. NOT SO! This news that apparently was secret means that major revisions are coming of the Y-DNA Haplotree. It means that assumptions about where men were on the tree have been blasted out of the water. Although I did not attend the FTDNA Conference last month there was a very big announcement about the discovery of a new Branch of the Y-DNA tree—essentially an earlier branch than A and there is a living descendant of that branch whose Y-DNA has managed to remain pretty much on altered since some of the first men roamed the planet. I will see if I can find the link to the video and post here.

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