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#17 - jokeface
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Umm, I'm sorry, but science has confirmed the prehistoric existence of unicorns.
User avatar #31 to #17 - severepwner
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I'm not sure if unicorns are worth finding out you're adopted.
User avatar #43 to #31 - jokeface
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What if you found out you were adopted by unicorns?
User avatar #18 to #17 - pedobearRAW
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b..but..but that has three...
User avatar #19 to #18 - jokeface
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Those two small ones are just telepathic antennae for hearing its enemies' thoughts.
User avatar #20 to #19 - pedobearRAW
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then how did it die out?
User avatar #21 to #20 - jokeface
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The females stopped wanting to mate with the males because the males' only pickup line was "I'm feeling horny ;)"
#23 to #21 - pedobearRAW
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#5 - iamtheblackgoat
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Possible, just really rare....genetics is infinitely more complicated than just Punnett Squares and coin flips
Possible, just really rare....genetics is infinitely more complicated than just Punnett Squares and coin flips
#96 to #5 - anon id: e6181524
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(05/09/2013) [-]
I feel bad for whoever had to write all those 4s on the board for a second of screen time
#112 to #5 - anon id: 446ba1b8
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(05/09/2013) [-]
Science works based on RNG.
#73 - clechyl
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(05/09/2013) [-]
If it makes you feel any better, science has just validated your birth mother's decision to abandon you on a doorstep.
User avatar #76 to #73 - mrshrapnel
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(05/09/2013) [-]
GlaDOS, the master of verbal torture.
BTW, im in a disturbing lack of GLaDOS related pics.
#108 to #76 - rokkarokkaali
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(05/09/2013) [-]
Have a desktop picture
#34 - mckinkymcormic
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actualy it is possible.... if your parents are homozygous for their alleles, it is possible. that only 1 or 2 could be inherited, though the chance is very slim.
actualy it is possible.... if your parents are homozygous for their alleles, it is possible. that only 1 or 2 could be inherited, though the chance is very slim.
#35 to #34 - insanefreak
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True thing. My father has brown eyes, but my mother has blue eyes. But me and my two sisters are blue eyed, despite brown normally being dominant. When my dad (who loves science) asked the doctor about this, he said that it was a rare case, and that the brown-eyes gen somehow had remained dormant inside of us.

Genetics.
#56 to #35 - blackpepper
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Your father = Bb (heterozygous, Brown eyed)
Your mother = bb (homozygous, Blue eyed)

punnet square results = 50% - Bb. (heterozygous, Brown eyed)
50% - bb. (homozygous, Blue eyed)

You and your sisters had 50% chance to have blue eyes.


User avatar #159 to #56 - mckinkymcormic
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(05/10/2013) [-]
but eye color is caused by multiple genes....
#160 to #159 - blackpepper
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Thats just the simplified version that explains it isnt unlikely they all have blue eyes.
#36 to #35 - mckinkymcormic
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#136 to #34 - pvtdancer
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If both parents are blue eyes, the blue eye trait is recessive, meaning a Dominant allele can't be present for them to have blue eyes,This is the P Generation, the F1 generation would only produce blue eye'd babies... If the blue eyed baby married with someone else that has Homozygous (Same of both alleles,) BB x bb then all 4 of the F2 generation would be Brown Eyed Heterozygous (Bb). But if the F1 generation bb has children with a Heterozygous Brown eye, Bb x bb then 50% of the F2 generation would have Heterozygous Brown, and 50% will have Homozygous blue...

So, unless a mutagen is involved it's TECHNICALLY not possible. Please tell me how I am incorrect..

It's the only thing in school Science besides chemistry I did like.
#37 to #34 - toomuchmonster
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wtf!?!? where were you when i needed help with this for my Bio 5 test?!?! i failed it because I kept forgetting the difference between homozygous and heterozygous
wtf!?!? where were you when i needed help with this for my Bio 5 test?!?! i failed it because I kept forgetting the difference between homozygous and heterozygous
#38 to #37 - mckinkymcormic
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(05/09/2013) [-]
think sexuality.
think sexuality.
#40 to #38 - toomuchmonster
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nah, i already failed it so i dont have to think about it anymore, just time to worry about my final in two days
nah, i already failed it so i dont have to think about it anymore, just time to worry about my final in two days
#41 to #40 - mckinkymcormic
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lol. taking hs bio, just learned. interesting stuff biology is
#42 to #41 - toomuchmonster
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i really dont remember hs due to some "things" in hs, plus its been like 4 years since hs bio so yeah, now i know to pay attention to class lol
i really dont remember hs due to some "things" in hs, plus its been like 4 years since hs bio so yeah, now i know to pay attention to class lol
#68 - Mynameismario
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My mother has green eyes and my father has blue eyes.

So why do I have no eyes
User avatar #75 to #68 - dashgamer
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(05/09/2013) [-]
"Two blue eyed people."
User avatar #90 to #75 - BrayBoy
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It was a joke
#93 to #90 - dashgamer
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I don't see the funny, sorry.
#122 to #75 - anon id: cb4893a0
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He said he had no eyes.
#2 - anon id: a210de55
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He must be a pretty bad teacher not to have heard about recessive genes.
#3 to #2 - flemsdfer
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No ****. My thoughts exactly.
No ****. My thoughts exactly.
#22 to #2 - anon id: c926c600
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or maybe blue eyes is the recessive gene you ******* idiot.
#29 to #2 - anon id: c2b56039
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You must be a pretty bad anon if you don't know that blue eyes are the recessive genes.
User avatar #9 to #2 - Icedangel
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As a bonus, green eyes aren't really a separate gene, either. They are considered a mutated coloring of a 'base' color (I.E brown or blue) caused by one of the other genes that interact with eye color. Green eyed people pass on the mutated secondary genes As well as the 'base' gene for the eyes.

Genetics are fascinating.
User avatar #8 to #2 - Icedangel
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Blue eyes ARE the recessive gene. Brown is most dominant, followed by blue, and finally green. Then there are shades in between them. Two blue eye'd people can't have a brown eye'd baby because they display the recessive trait, although they could have a green eyed baby.

Eyes are polygenic, so there are variations and shades, but having a single copy of the brown eye 'gene' will darken the eyes to amber/brown/hazel and out of the blue/grey/green spectrum.
#13 to #8 - isolotop
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It's still technically possible if the child had a spontaneous mutation but the chances are very low
User avatar #83 to #13 - Icedangel
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While spontaneous mutations happen they don't frequently mimic the 'original'. A spontaneous mutation would be closer to heterochromia then anything else, but even heterochromia needs a copy of both genes. One is just defective.

To get a normal brown eyed child from two blue eyed parents is statistically impossible genetically. Phenotypically it may happen but not without other factors being involved and it being astronomically rare. It'd be better to assume adoption... or milk man. If you see hoofprints in New York think horse not zebra and all.
User avatar #129 - Exodeus
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Also horribly false, although in high school they will teach you that eye colour is determined by one allele pair, it is in fact controlled by 6. I have grey eyes, my parents both have dark blue eyes and my brother, hazel. I have inherited all 6 recessive genes from my parents, they both are likely to have 2 dominant 4 recessive and my brother inherited at least 3 dominant pairs.

I asked a similar question to my science teacher when I was 16, he answered that my mother probably cheated on my dad. Suffice to say I know this to be false. It wasn't until I studied more genetics with my degree that I found out about eye colour being controlled by 6 allele pairs.
User avatar #107 - jimbobji
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(05/09/2013) [-]
In regards to the "Sciene: Ruining everything since 1543".
No.
People ruined Religion.
User avatar #110 to #107 - justxjames
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No. Religion ruined people.
User avatar #111 to #110 - largeheadphones
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Ruined. No people religion.
User avatar #114 to #111 - jimbobji
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People. Religion no ruined.
User avatar #115 to #114 - ludislavonac
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******. No religion people ruined
User avatar #117 to #115 - largeheadphones
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You aren't part of this conversation "*****".
User avatar #118 to #117 - largeheadphones
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And you did it wrong.
#120 to #118 - jimbobji
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User avatar #116 to #114 - largeheadphones
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Religion. Ruined people no.
User avatar #119 to #116 - jimbobji
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Ruined. Religion no people.
User avatar #48 - habasparkz
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That's not impossible. I have brown eyes and my parents both have blue eyes. And no, I'm not adopted.
#51 to #48 - anon id: 0da3ef6f
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blue eyes is a recessive trait which means if there is a dominant trait (in this case brown eyes) that trait will be expressed. if the brown eyes trait was in either of your parents then it would take preference over the blue eyes trait and they would have brown eyes. your mum probably ****** another man.
#59 to #48 - anon id: f0f2600c
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It IS impossible. If both your parents have blue eyes, they do not carry brown eye genes (and hence, cannot pass them to offspring) as the allele for blue eyes is recessive. One of the parents HAVE to have a brown eye gene in order for there to be brown-eyed offspring.

On the other hand, if both your parents had brown eyes, you could still have blue eyes as brown-eyed people can carry the blue eye allele.

Therefore, the only possible conclusion is that your mom cheated on your dad.
User avatar #97 to #48 - Icedangel
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I'd ask for a paternity test, if I were you.
User avatar #98 to #97 - habasparkz
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Yeah I'm workin on it.
User avatar #103 to #98 - Icedangel
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Phenotypical things can get muddled up so there might be hope, but genetically it's impossible. So even if your eyes are brown you 99% most likely won't have brown eye'd kids.
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User avatar #55 to #48 - zarcos
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lol....your mom must get around
#16 - lackofcareingerer
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if both parents have one dominate gene of brown eyes and one recessive gene of blue eyes there is 25% chance that the child will have blue eyes even though the parents have brown
#57 to #16 - anon id: f0f2600c
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You goddamn ******* retard. The content says that two parents with BLUE (emphasis on ******* BLUE) eyes CANNOT have children with BROWN eyes.

Blue eyes are recessive alleles, meaning people with blue eyes cannot carry the brown eye allele.
#45 to #16 - trickytrickster
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Eyes are not a simple one gene game. There are multiple genes that control eye color, and eye color is a continuous trait, just like skin color is.
#24 to #16 - sacrilegious
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That's not what the content says.
#25 to #24 - lackofcareingerer
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oh then science is wrong and the content is right