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Observe the greater complexity of the network for other Y lineages.Here is the text which explains the factors behind the rise of the Genghis Khan haplotype: This rise in frequency, if spread evenly over ~34 generations, would require an average increase by a factor of ~1.36 per generation and is thus comparable to the most extreme selective events observed in natural populations, such as the spread of melanic moths in 19th-century England in response to industrial pollution…We evaluated whether it could have occurred by chance.The pattern of variation within the lineage suggested that it originated in Mongolia ∼1,000 years ago.Such a rapid spread cannot have occurred by chance; it must have been a result of selection.The lineage is carried by likely male-line descendants of Genghis Khan, and we therefore propose that it has spread by a novel form of social selection resulting from their behavior. In this context it’s pretty obvious, the Mongol Empire was the personal property of the “Golden Family,” the family of Genghis Khan.

Even with the demographic model most likely to lead to rapid increase of the lineage, double exponential growth, the probability was .In 2003 a groundbreaking historical genetics paper reported results which indicated that a substantial proportion of men in the world are direct line descendants of Genghis Khan.By direct line, I mean that they carry Y chromosomes which seem to have come down from an individual who lived approximately 1,000 years ago.In Russia among the Muslim Tatars and in Central Asia among the Uzbeks descent from Genghis Khan was a major calling card for any would-be warlord.This is peculiar in light of the fact that Genghis Khan, and his near descendants, were non-Muslims!

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