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Carver County Judge Kevin Eide ordered genetic testing Friday on the late singer’s four known half-siblings Tyka Nelson, Sharon Nelson, Norrine Nelson and John Nelson. Two women – Brianna Nelson and Victoria Nelson – will also be tested after claiming they are the niece and grand-niece of the entertainer, according to the Associated Press .

The judge’s Friday order bars 29 other people , who claimed to either be the star’s children, siblings or distant relatives, from seeking a stake of his massive estate, estimated to be worth more than $250 million.

According to Billboard , the judge tossed out five other claims because they had either been adopted by other parents (severing any relationship to Prince even if he had been their biological father) or they lacked “crucial documentary proof.”

But when Inside Edition had a set of triplets send their spit in to Ancestry.com and 23andMe, they got wildly different results from both services. Neither gave each triplet the same ancestry results — which, considering they all came from the same womb, is pretty weird.

Inside Edition found differences of over 10 percent between the triplets they tested. That is not a small gap. If you were off by 10 percent on a DNA test, you could technically be a mouse. Maybe it’s unreasonable to expect perfect accuracy from saliva you mailed to a lab. But a lot of people do anyway, and Morgan winds up dealing with their complaints.

The Cracked article then celebrates that the company throws “racists” off of on purpose by giving them fake results. Their source is “Morgan, who works for one of the major ancestry testing companies” so we don’t know which one….

As more companies look to ensure that their products can be used by people with disabilities, usability professionals are challenged to broaden their testing repertoire. An application or website may be designed and coded to meet accessibility standards and may also test adequately for general usability. But it still may not be usable by people with disabilities. You won’t know until you test your application with these users, too.

There are special considerations for user and task analysis, recruiting, and data analysis when testing users with disabilities. Of course, your test facility must be accessible and provide the required assistive technologies. But, usability testing with people with disabilities (PWDs) can be accomplished with the same “discount” methods that you may already be using to test people without disabilities.

The benefits of such testing extend beyond merely accommodating persons with disabilities. As people age, they often develop vision, hearing, dexterity, mobility, and cognitive issues. Any testing done with people with disabilities will benefit aging users as well.

Carver County Judge Kevin Eide ordered genetic testing Friday on the late singer’s four known half-siblings Tyka Nelson, Sharon Nelson, Norrine Nelson and John Nelson. Two women – Brianna Nelson and Victoria Nelson – will also be tested after claiming they are the niece and grand-niece of the entertainer, according to the Associated Press .

The judge’s Friday order bars 29 other people , who claimed to either be the star’s children, siblings or distant relatives, from seeking a stake of his massive estate, estimated to be worth more than $250 million.

According to Billboard , the judge tossed out five other claims because they had either been adopted by other parents (severing any relationship to Prince even if he had been their biological father) or they lacked “crucial documentary proof.”

Carver County Judge Kevin Eide ordered genetic testing Friday on the late singer’s four known half-siblings Tyka Nelson, Sharon Nelson, Norrine Nelson and John Nelson. Two women – Brianna Nelson and Victoria Nelson – will also be tested after claiming they are the niece and grand-niece of the entertainer, according to the Associated Press .

The judge’s Friday order bars 29 other people , who claimed to either be the star’s children, siblings or distant relatives, from seeking a stake of his massive estate, estimated to be worth more than $250 million.

According to Billboard , the judge tossed out five other claims because they had either been adopted by other parents (severing any relationship to Prince even if he had been their biological father) or they lacked “crucial documentary proof.”

But when Inside Edition had a set of triplets send their spit in to Ancestry.com and 23andMe, they got wildly different results from both services. Neither gave each triplet the same ancestry results — which, considering they all came from the same womb, is pretty weird.

Inside Edition found differences of over 10 percent between the triplets they tested. That is not a small gap. If you were off by 10 percent on a DNA test, you could technically be a mouse. Maybe it’s unreasonable to expect perfect accuracy from saliva you mailed to a lab. But a lot of people do anyway, and Morgan winds up dealing with their complaints.

The Cracked article then celebrates that the company throws “racists” off of on purpose by giving them fake results. Their source is “Morgan, who works for one of the major ancestry testing companies” so we don’t know which one….


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