Dating a distant cousin
But of course it has been a random shuffle; I, or anybody descending from the ancestral couple in question, still could have ended up getting insignificant amount of DNA from them. The genetics word "recombination" itself gives us a clue that there must be an effect of what is recombined.
If the replaced part is totally different to replacing part, recombination is efficient, but in the other end, if the replaced and replacing parts are totally identical, recombination is like it never happened.
And then if we got married I wouldn't have to decide if I wanted to change my name or not.
If you know you're not related to the person, I don't know why it would bother anybody.
If you know you're not related to the person, I don't know why it would bother anybody. I have yet to actually date someone with it, but it would rather significantly reduce the potential dating pool if I eliminated them as a class.
Just think about it you can't count all your relatives. He was the one who told me 4th cousins doesn't count.It amplifies the signal; makes the algorithms estimate a closer kinship & thus "see" a lot farther.A distant cousin that you connect to through that intermarriage will be a lot more likely to turn up as a match. The effect would diminish considerably at the 2nd cousin level & even moreso at the 3rd or 4th cousin level. In Iceland, a country with a population of 320,000 where most everyone is distantly related, inadvertently kissing cousins is a real risk.The app lets users "bump" phones, and emits a warning alarm if they are closely related.