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nanrod says...

I have to say that as a Canadian I was disappointed in this program. I don't think they raised the right points or asked the right questions. I do think these services hype themselves to much and maybe many people go into this with exaggerated expectations of what they can do for you. I did both 23andMe and Ancestry and to me the strength lies in identifying possible relatives. Fortunately for me, the first person on my relative list is my daughter who apparently shares exactly 50.0% of my DNA.

eric3579 said:

The question is, should this be in the *debunked channel? Sure does seem like a bit of a scam.

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nanrod says...

Thanks for the quality

newtboy said:

I want to know what effect global dimming has had. It's a no brainer to think less light=less nutrient uptake.
Temperature also helps regulate growth rates, and it's changed.
Interesting about co2 making each plant larger with no addition of nutrients. Reminds me of growing redwoods in New Zealand....they grow astonishingly fast there, but the wood is useless because it's so soft.

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