Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Why Family Tree Projects Should Not Be Assigned In School

Ten days ago I posted a link to a warning about surprises that might befall the unsuspecting in family history research. Today, I refer you a hilariously told example of a Nobel Prize winning geneticist who found several surprises in his own ancestry that led to a rebuff from Homeland Security when he applied for a Green Card: "Paul Nurse: Discussing Family Trees in School.."
Click on the above link and be entertained by this twelve minute tale.

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