Without the chemical reactions, you have nothing with which to determine genetic bottlenecks.<quoted text>
Yes, I stated, "There's more to genetic bottlenecks than chemistry.
DNA testing and genetic bottleneck determination are not identically the same thing. DNA testing is PART of the process of determining genetic bottlenecks.
Additionally, in the following reference, do you discern the use of probability/statistics in the process?
So, my claim is now supported (as I always do upon request when possible) with evidence, interesting!
Tell us...where does that in any way discuss genetic bottlenecks? Oh, right...nowhere. No chemical reaction, no genetic bottleneck. You do also realize that statistics are used in EVERY genetic test of any kind, right? But, all DNA tests of any kind are chemical reactions. What we make of the chemical reactions depends on the nature of the reactions.
But, is it your contention that the entire scientific community is incompetent regarding genetic bottlenecks in all organisms, or that DNA testing is inherently flawed?