Coomer: New Lessons Learned in DNA

Right to the point…don’t submit more than 1 test at a time. So, here’s what happened to me this past week. I’ve come to my wit's end on the brick walls surrounding Edward Coomer and Darthulia Tarter. My sister-in-law bought DNA tests some years ago for her parents and I decided it was time to … Continue reading Coomer: New Lessons Learned in DNA

The Cobe Dilemma

So, I haven’t really been working too hard to pin down the Cobe's exact origins in Ireland. Mostly because I am just at a loss. So, I joined a British Isle’s Facebook group and made an inquiry to see if there were any other Irish Cobe researchers across the pond (I’m that desperate, I’m down … Continue reading The Cobe Dilemma

Different Language: The language of DNA

Better late than never, right? Initially, ฉันต้องการเขียนเกี่ยวกับภาษาแม่ของฉัน ภาษาไทย. I mean, you can't get more different than between two completely different cultures that had little contact in ancient history and about zero common root words. Not to mention the script! But, I really don't know much more than I have already written about. So, let's go … Continue reading Different Language: The language of DNA