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#149 - unqualifiedlol
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#142 - hazelino
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(05/09/2013) [-]
Also possible: Mommy cheated, daddy didn't not know..
#144 to #142 - rhiaanor
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(05/09/2013) [-]
you don't understand "adopted" do you?
#148 to #142 - ahmetbyrm
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(05/09/2013) [-]
well brown eyes are dominant to blue eyes. So if the mom doesnt have blue eye gene its impossible
#150 to #142 - emperorervinmar **User deleted account**
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#153 to #150 - funnyrage
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or she found out, had sex with the not biological daddy and said it was his child.
#126 - arnoldbusk
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I bet she ****** another dude
#66 - thepastryistrue
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(05/09/2013) [-]
Why 1543?
#89 to #66 - terezius
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Science first started to break through in 1543.
#109 to #89 - thepastryistrue
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"Sciences" had a paradigm shift with Kopernikus, it's not like they have been invented at that time. It was an important one, no doubt, but it was only a paradigm shift.
Why not put Aristotle's De anima and his notes on formal methods for scientific research as a truly significant event? That was around 330 b.C.
#113 to #109 - terezius
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Oh. Well then. I am not sure.
#123 to #113 - thepastryistrue
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I guess so was OP.
#47 - trickytrickster
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Hey guys, I keep reading a lot of misconceptions about eye color, blood type, etc. I'm currently studying for my Genetics final tomorrow (last final before I graduate college...ugh), but if you guys reply to this, I'd love to explain it all Friday or so after I sober up from celebrating Thursday. It was material on the last test, but I don't want to look it all up and take up brain space meant for material for this exam.
#49 to #47 - theaveragenader
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(05/09/2013) [-]
enlighten me
#52 to #49 - RandomAnonGuy
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I'll try, but I'm running off my memory of year 12 human bio.
Eye colour is a polygenic trait, meaning that more than one gene effects your eye colour. Something like 8, I think it was. This is a simplification, but at each loci (Location of the gene) you can have two genes for darker eyes, two genes for lighter eyes or one gene for each. If you had two genes for lighter eyes at each one, you'd end up with nice blue eyes, and since you don't have the genes for darker eyes you can't pass them on. Ergo, if your partner also has light blue eyes, your kid can't have dark brown eyes because neither of you have the genes to pass on.
Jesus I feel like I'm reading simple English wikipedia. Hopefully I'm getting the idea across without either sounding like a dumbass or using too much jargon.
#156 to #52 - trickytrickster
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I posted a picture above that explains how blue eyes parents can have a brown eyed kid.
#155 to #49 - trickytrickster
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Here is a picture that will explain it in basic form. I'll go into more detail later. Basically if your parents each have one of the genes that are broken, their eye cannot create pigment and is blue, if they have opposite types of mutations, then they can have a child who can have normal brown eyes.
Here is a picture that will explain it in basic form. I'll go into more detail later. Basically if your parents each have one of the genes that are broken, their eye cannot create pigment and is blue, if they have opposite types of mutations, then they can have a child who can have normal brown eyes.
#154 - thelamalord ONLINE
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(05/09/2013) [-]
brown eyes are blue underneath. you can get the brown lazered away
brown eyes are blue underneath. you can get the brown lazered away
#151 - hazelino
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(05/09/2013) [-]
My mom has green eyes, my dad grey/blue-ish. But my grandmother has brown eyes, we have the same eyecolour..
#138 - zeroxnight
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(05/09/2013) [-]
what are you talking about? with science we can make a unicorn
#133 - Polartape
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Yeah, my Bio teacher was telling me that they used to do blood test's on students parents to predict what their child's blood type would be.

So of course when the students see their blood type wasn't possible with the parents, problems arose..
#88 - xgeneration
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(05/09/2013) [-]
highschool science junk
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#92 to #78 - erotictentacle
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and i just wanted to be your friend....
#106 to #78 - windmagevaati
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(05/09/2013) [-]
Well you just lost your chance at a possible friend.
#100 to #78 - tylosaurus
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(05/09/2013) [-]
Hai Hitler.
#77 - elburritoextremo
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(05/09/2013) [-]
www.youtube.com/watch?v=eOH15_pqWZ4

p.s where is my ******* hoverboard science?
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#71 - felixjarl ONLINE
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Do you know where the myth of unicorns most likely orginated? From narwhals.


The viking who vent to Vinland(america) had a habit of sometimes hunting narwhals for their horn, even though it was a rater dangerous and hard hunt. One part because the vikings were not using harpoons but normal spears to hunt them. If the horn managed to reach eastern Europe or farther it would raise a sum worth a duchy each. As the horn was rumored to cure any illness or pain the nobles went head over shoulder to get their hands on them.
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#39 - rabaneristo
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(05/09/2013) [-]
My parents are both O blood type and I'm A. I know that feel.
#60 to #39 - anon
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Blood type is not inherited
#152 to #60 - rabaneristo
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(05/09/2013) [-]
You should study more.
#11 - umaya
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My parents are brown/grey and mine were grey but changed to green, anyone else have changing eye colours? I was worrying they would start flashing like the lights in a kids toy.
#26 to #11 - chocolatemilkshake
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My mom has blue eyes, and my dad has hazel eyes. when i was younger i had bluish eyes, but now they are more hazel-green.
#7 - awildniglet
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Recessive genes, ************   
I have blue/yellow eyes while my parents only have brown or green. My grandfather had the same eyes as me and my brother though, making our eyes recessive traits
Recessive genes, ************
I have blue/yellow eyes while my parents only have brown or green. My grandfather had the same eyes as me and my brother though, making our eyes recessive traits
#6 - anon
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(05/08/2013) [-]
A similar thing happened in my science class back in 7th grade. Our teacher gave us these strips of something and she said lick it and if you can taste it that means both your parents must also taste it. She let a kid take some home and he couldnt taste it but his parents did and long story short he found out he was adopted.
#10 to #6 - anon
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but according to genes the could have still been their child. Recessive traits BITCH!