I’m trying a broad “triangulation” using far off cousins with different haplogroups than me (mtDNA). I was tracking H16b, which led me to a 26th Cousin, which led me to a 30th cousin, which led me to Hedwig, which you followed. I am J2a1a1a. It was a total mathematical triangle flip in just a few simple moves My mind is blown, 23rd cousin.
I think I figured out the mathematical procedure. I had no connection showing to Eugene Vladimirovich Tereschenko, who had looked at a far off cousin of mine. But YOU showed a tenuous connection with 176 people inbetween – even FURTHER away. So I thought, “I bet if I look, you’ll be my cousin”. And you are. It’s all mathematical in a funky way andI love it.
It’s mathematical. It shows: “No path to Artur Przemysław Paczesny” but since you have a far away connection to a far away connection of mine Kieran Haldeman-Somerville if I look at ANOTHER far away connection to you, I will find ANOTHER direct but far away cousin. This is amazing.
It shows no path found. You are far from Artur Przemysław Paczesny who also shows no path found for me. But Now I know the power of big math and the next far away connection to you *should* show me a direct cousin. This is an amazing amazing pattern.
It worked!!! It’s mathematical!!! My last two far away connections showed “No Path” to them. But as I am following logically from one far away connection to the next, I _knew_ you would be my cousin! Oh this is amazing. Amazing. “Kieran Haldeman-Somerville” was my 13th Cousin. I randomly chose a far connection from Kieran with only indirect connections. Showed, “No path found”. I then chosen another far off connection from him. “No path found”. I picked you as you had a far off connection. 29th cousin! Is this complex to integer plane? Fractal? I don’t know. But it’s amazing.