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Index page of wordpress site showing irrelevant adsense ads, other pages showing relevant ads

I set up a Wordpress site with Google adsense: http://www.walkerarchelicopter.net
Everything working GREAT!  Ads are relevant to the content on ALL pages!
 
I COPIED this wordpress site (copied database, plugins, theme & uploads) to a brand new wordpress install and URL and updated all content, links, pages, etc. http://www.ripstopnylon.org  I then created a new adsense ad and installed it on the new site.
 
The home page on the NEW site is displaying ads relevant to the original site, however all other pages on this new site display the correct ads.
 
I waited almost 4 days now for Google to crawl the site, but the ads on the home page wont budge.  They still display ads from the original site.  I even generated a fresh ad and re-installed.  Again, all pages BUT the home page are fine.
 
Pulling my hair out, could you take a look and see if you can help?  Is this a Wordpress issue?  By copying the original site, did something get hidden in the index file or homepage making adsense think it's on the original site?  Again, very strange the problem is ONLY on the home page.
 
Thanks VERY much in advance,
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Jason C. LevineNo oneCommented:
I see three ads for textiles and one for Cisco but "cisco nylon" is a real result in Google for fabric stuff (and please don't ask me why I know that off the top of my head).  I think it's a case of AdSense outsmarting itself.

So I don't think it's wordpress...
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