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|#33 - Picture||05/20/2015 on windows to the universe||+6|
|#72 - I was just at the convention pictured here, I saw that guy. Th…||05/20/2015 on Arstotzka is best country...||+5|
|#31 - They are identical twins, they look exactly alike except for s…||05/19/2015 on a man can dream||0|
|#16 - I'm dating a twin, and her twin sisters body is drastically di… [+] (12 new replies)||05/19/2015 on a man can dream||+69|
#76 - anonymous (05/19/2015) [-]
So... you're saying body size doesn't depend on genetics? triggered
#30 - BLOCKATIEL (05/19/2015) [-]
For example, identical twins are caused from one fertilized egg splitting into two. Also, the gender is always the same and as the name suggests, they are nearly identical.
What you're describing are fraternal twins. Fraternal twins are caused by two different sperm fertilizing two different eggs. Which as you can guess, means the complete opposite of the points I mentioned of identical twins.
#55 - anonymous (05/19/2015) [-]
not necessarily. Nurture determines appearance too. Although gentically they are the same, one may have grown taller due to food they ate, gained more weight, broke their nose when young, etc...
#42 - BLOCKATIEL (05/19/2015) [-]
Oh no, never said they were. "Nearly" identical are the words I used. Identical twins will look nearly identical but obviously both are subjected to different paths of life that will result in slight changes, but normally, height, eye color, natural hair color, and many other features are exact.
#31 - fuzzy lumpkins (05/19/2015) [-]
For example, one has a significantly larger ass than the other, as well as larger breasts. So I can only assume that while they look exactly alike clothed, they would look drastically different naked. Gif unrelated.
|#395 - Have you ever studied a creative field? Like really studied on…||04/09/2015 on Photography Woes||+1|
|#228 - Just because your girlfriend was in an easy program doesn't me… [+] (1 new reply)||04/09/2015 on Photography Woes||+2|
#502 - pappanoodles (04/09/2015) [-]
i do believe that 95% of the people with either a university or university of applied science degree or skill level that would apply to a photography would graduate easily. and the 5% would still be able to learn the techniques with ease , but they would be too autistic to be artistic in their work
and i think like maybe 5% of the photography people can do vice versa and that's just because that 5% should be doin university but photography is just their dream
not saying that what you are saying isn't true
|#220 - Anyone who has studied an art form (and I don't mean taken one… [+] (2 new replies)||04/09/2015 on Photography Woes||+6|
#351 - anonymous (04/09/2015) [-]
Art is only tough at times because of the teachers. So many teachers are absolutely full of it. Art is time consuming but it isn't hard. Don't act like it is something difficult
#395 - fuzzy lumpkins (04/09/2015) [-]
Have you ever studied a creative field? Like really studied one, for years? People seem to adhere to the notion that just because something takes creativity and is not an exact science that it must be easy. If it were easy, more people would do it. If you have studied a field like this and still say these things, don't assume that because it's easy for you it's easy for everyone. And if you haven't, don't act like you have any idea what you're talking about.
|#87 - You'd be shocked. People tend to have this notion that creativ…||03/05/2015 on Leap a step.||0|
|#160 - Gotcha, that makes sense.||03/03/2015 on Things I Heard Last Semester||0|
|#68 - Not necessarily. I'm assuming those were all the lower level p… [+] (2 new replies)||03/02/2015 on Things I Heard Last Semester||+1|
#76 - dontread (03/02/2015) [-]
True, higher level classes are higher level for a reason usually.
The reason i said what i said is because you can start of college in a calculus or physics or mid level chemistry course. Those types of courses have a huge level of separation. You can start out at Chem 51 and go up two more levels to Chem 101, which is still basic chemistry really. Even after Chem 101, there are still a couple more levels of chemistry after that are truly higher tier Chemistry.
It's not often you place into the higher tiers of philosophy from the get go; people often start at the beginning of the philosophy or art courses. This makes sense since highschools tend not to prepare for these types of classes unfortunately.
So if you're comparing a person starting college, the one who has to take classes like philosophy 1 is going to have it easier than the one taking classes like chemistry 101. Thats what i mean. It's harder relatively for the freshmen in college. If there were every any classes that ruin GPA's of students who had 4.0 previously it's classes like chemistry, physics and calculus. I'm speaking from experience though since people have admitted this to me before.