Or maybe, blender figured out me?

http://mb-soft.com/public/genealog.html

Anyway, what fun!

I just like your signature quote . Most people quote the simple minded like Einstein but Dr Seuss, I still study his work.

The math is misleading. It assumes zero interbreeding.

I think it is (genealogy) only possible really to make big assumptions like that for discussions sake. Itâ€™s just a way of looking at it. I have no kids, but my cousins have 5 between them. Down the line, if each of those kids has kids, it will skew the numbers considerably. So, I think that the further back you go, the more our amount of relatives varies. Interesting though.

But yes, the powers of two situation is pretty powerful, mathematically. Itâ€™s sort of fractal geometry. Or maybe it is fractal geometry.