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Or, to make it blunt, you and your date have a great-great-grandparent in common. And while time itself does not dilute the gene-pool, basic mating does. So all those best-friends-turned-lovers relationships just got weird. If you and a close relative had both decided not to have children, society would not smile on your union just because it won’t produce an X-child.
You and your third-cousin-lover share less than 1 percentage of your DNA. Humans have evolved to be unattracted to people with whom we are closely reared.
Part of this is that I have twenty-five first cousins on just my dad’s side, so the “Relatives” portion of my brain is a little taxed.
But part of it is the realities of modern day families.
Now we have to find out how many generations down is the person who asked the question.
To do this, you might need a piece of scratch paper to scribble the following, counting as you go: Now, look on the chart above, start in the upper right corner where it says "common ancestor". grandmother is the common ancestor, the first generation in this puzzle.
Clearly, in this scenario, the great grandmother is not the common ancestor!The Act also states the minimum age for marriage is 18, though a judge may allow one partner to be 16 or older due to "exceptional circumstances".Ms Schahinger said it was not unusual for removed cousins to learn of their common genetic link during the marriage process.We know that the ancestor of the person in question descends from the great-grandmother's uncle, so we have to determine who the common ancestor of the great grandmother and her uncle is.
We know that an uncle is the sibling of one's parent, so the common ancestor would be the grandparent of the great-grandmother and her uncle.
If you look horizontally across at column 6, (because the asker is the sixth generation descendant of the common ancestor), you will find that she is indeed the third great-grand daughter (g.g.g. Now this time, you have to forget the term "uncle".