What do you think about the National Geographic Society's "The Genographic Project?" This is an offering of 'DNA kits' for $99.95 to include a sample of your own DNA to add to a collection to be studied to trace the migrations of mankind from east Africa in the last 60,000 years. Ref. http://www5.nationalgeographic.com/genographic/about.html If you are a "young earth creationist," would you lock from your mind any conclusions drawn from this study? This is not asking, of course, if you would participate; but rather how you feel about a further attempt to prove that all humans evolved in Africa and spread to the rest of world tens of thousands of years ago apart from God. If you are a "theistic evolutionist," and this endeavor further confirms that all humans evolved and spread out from our ancestors in Africa, then do (or would) you regard the Genesis account as prevarication, conjecture, a parable, a Santa Claus type of fairy tale [something to share with finite and immature minds that promotes a good thing but which is not true], or something else?