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Adam and MRCA Studies

Jon Garvey

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    <title>Adam and MRCA  Studies</title>
    <subject>Genealogical Adam</subject>
    <subject>The Hump of the Camel</subject>
    <date dateType="Issued">2011-02-27</date>
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    <description descriptionType="Abstract">&lt;p&gt;This was the first study paper I wrote exploring what is now called the Genealogical Adam Hypothesis (of Joshua Swamidass). It was linked from my blog &lt;em&gt;The Hump of the Camel &lt;/em&gt;when I first posted there on 27th February, 2011, though the essay had been written on 8th November, 2010. Because it was originally for my own use, I did not acknowledge my debt to David Opderbeck, who had written an article, linking the idea of a historical Adam to the research of Douglas Rohde, for the &lt;em&gt;BioLogos&lt;/em&gt; forum, a little prior to that.&lt;/p&gt;</description>
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