DNA test! Ik wil ook!

We denken al snel dat er meer dingen zijn die ons verdelen dan verenigen. Vooroordelen ten opzichte van andere nationaliteiten zijn dan ook legio. Tijdens dit boeiende experiment ontdekken 67 mensen van over de hele wereld wie ze echt zijn via een DNA-test. De resultaten blazen de deelnemers van hun sokken.

Zijn we niet allemaal op een bepaalde manier familie van elkaar? We hebben meer gemeen met de wereld dan we denken. Het project maakt deel uit van een grote campagne van

Ik vind dit filmpje dus echt helemaal geweldig. Ik zou zelf dus ook dolgraag eens zo'n DNA test willen doen. Wat zou daar uitkomen? Ik heb echt geen flauw idee, ik denk dat ik wel "in Europa blijf" en ik gok dat de zuidelijke landen sterk vertegenwoordigd zullen zijn. Al heb ik eigenlijk geen redenen om dat te denken, dat is gewoon een gevoel dat ik heb. Als mijn partner zo'n DNA test zou doen dan denk ik dat hij echt wereldwijd vertegenwoordigt zal zijn maar daar heeft hij dan ook aanwijzingen voor, ik niet, voor mij zou het echt een totale verrassing zijn wat er uitkomt. Wie weet, misschien ga ik het ooit wel eens laten testen.

Zou jij het willen weten?

Bron: HLN

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