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Old 03-20-2007, 09:07 PM
Jayakumar, R
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Hi.. DK. Even though this is not a forum for religious discussions, the
DNA image on the video is a computer animation. I guess the person
making the animation is not a molecular biologist, and moreover it is
only a graphical representation of what they are trying to show. I am
sure redoing the animation would have costed the production unit a chunk
of money. So I don't see the relevance between that and story of Jesus
Christ.
AT least, the mitochondrial DNA haplogroup/type classification look
convincing that they are not related and hence are not born of the same
mother. The discussion about Jesus Christ and his life has been going
on for millenia and I am sure it will never be resolved just as
creationists will never agree that Evolution is true. But in the midst
of all this, we all forget one thing.. Who cares whether Christ was
married or had children or was son of God or whatever, THE THING THAT
ACTUALLY matters is that he was one of the greatest saints that we have
known and his teachings still give solace and comfort to a large chunk
of the population just as science does to man. That is the only thing
that matters. All others are irrelevant.
So let us take the Discovery channel program for what it is... A
scientific investigation on another religious belief. Take it or leave
it.

Jai



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On Mon, 19 Mar 2007 23:11:24 GMT, [Only registered users see links. ] (DK)
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It's amusing, but it's an easy mistake to make! (I presume the mistake
had no substantive impact.)

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Maybe you would like to submit your new example.


bob
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