COMMENT [784]

I don’t neccessarily see the variations in species or human traits as “evolution” because from the time GOD made a man and then made a woman, and the woman is different in overall stature from the man, where, she has her own “unique” traits and physical birthmarks, this created a possibility for the variations in genes to occur naturally as a distinct part of the human existance. There was never anyway that you were going to get any two people or three people (or more) looking exactly alike. So this was always apart of the nature of how human genetics (or genetics as a whole) works. This was not ever a true or real evolution, this is all just a variation in traits within the boundaries of different types of genes.

In the words of a dominant force, with the power of 100% reality you EASILY give 0% fucks about retarded bullshit 😎👊💥

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  1. You can be identical in every way – identical twins. Both children have the hereditary chance of getting a birthmark, it just happens on one of them. Not because it’s more dominant in that one, just because it happened to occur on that child. Also, not all birthmarks are genetic. Some just are.

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    1. “You can be identical in every way – identical twins. Both children have the hereditary chance of getting a birthmark, it just happens on one of them. Not because it’s more dominant in that one, just because it happened to occur on that child. Also, not all birthmarks are genetic. Some just are.”

      Hahaa yes, but identical twins is not common among humans because as humans, we are supposed to tell differences and make sense of differences, this is why people commonly have different features, it’s to avoid confusion and to also make life interesting especially for us as humans and how our minds work.

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      1. It’s not that rare. around one out of every 250 births is not really that rare. 3 out 100 are multiple births (twins or more). So it’s not quite as rare as you think it is

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        1. “It’s not that rare. around one out of every 250 births is not really that rare. 3 out 100 are multiple births (twins or more). So it’s not quite as rare as you think it is”

          I see the statistics and i’m actually surprised by it lol, but it’s not a widespread occurance within human populations, especially if you look into the broader spectrum of human existance, and how many twins there were in overall history compared to twin-less people of society

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          1. I know about regular twins and how it can be genetic. My cousin was a twin, had twins, and her twin had twins. That passes a lot of the time. Identical twins are rarer than regular twins – but they’re not as rare as you think. It’s just how it is. They just make a big to do because there are so few identical twins that are famous that they focus on them and make it seem like they’re almost the only ones on earth

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            1. “I know about regular twins and how it can be genetic. My cousin was a twin, had twins, and her twin had twins. That passes a lot of the time. Identical twins are rarer than regular twins – but they’re not as rare as you think. It’s just how it is. They just make a big to do because there are so few identical twins that are famous that they focus on them and make it seem like they’re almost the only ones on earth”

              “identical twins” are the only kinds of “twins” that i consider actual twins lol. you can’t get more “twin” than “identical” 🤣🤣

              They might not be considered “rare” statistically but they are almost non existent in the grand scheme of things haha

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              1. That’s probably a belief in your head. I understand it. you don’t see a lot of twins so they must be rare. I happen to be related to quite a few…. actually there’s another cousin who also had twins. But outside of my family I have never met twins. So if it wasn’t in my family, I would think it was pretty rare. But the statistics hold true in my family so I know that they’re probably true. But it does seem like there’s a distinct lack of twins of either fraternal or identical. But those statistics are not just based on what we see day-to- day, it’s all over the word. For all either of us know, there’s a country somewhere comprised of ONLY twins. When there, it would seem like there could be nothing other than twins and the ones that are single births would be the ones that are extremely rare. I guess it’s based on perspective and what you see

                And fraternal twins ARE twins, whether you want to say they are or not

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                1. This is not a matter of twins being an “isolated” thing; what i’m saying is that “twins” are not widespread throughout society compared to the numbers of people who are not twins lol

                  But the only twins i consider to be trully “twins”, are “idenical twins” — this is was i was talking about originally. “Fraternal twins” was not relevent to the issue 😂😂

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                    1. right my original comments about “twins” only concerned “identical twins” 👍😂

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                    2. Actually, your original comment was about differences and how no two people can ever look the same due to genetics. I’m the one that mentioned identical twins because genetically they are also identical.

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                    3. Right and generally from some of our previous conversations about similar things, I had always only consider “identical twins” to be the real true examples of what “twins” actually are, and it is my understanding that “twins” in the human population are very minimal occurances and not typical of human reproduction, and even when there are twins, the twins both look identical but usually still look different from the parents and, therefore, still adding to the variation in human traits and identities and characteristics, especially considering that the individual twins themselves are unlikey to produce “twins” if they procreate lol

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                    4. Of course they don’t look like their parents. They’re twins with each other – not with their parents. The genetic material that makes the twins up, including identical – are the mix of both parents. Identical twins are created when the egg splits into two making two babies – so they’re genetically the same as each other – not as either parent. They’re not clones. How sci-fi do you think twins are?

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                    5. I know all about how twins are formed, it’s not about how twins are formed; it’s about in what ways they still add to the overall variation in human population. The birth of “twins” is not typical of human reporduction, the eggs are not supposed to split because if this process fails it could create the issue of conjoined twins lol

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                    6. yes, it could. But that doesn’t mean it’s not supposed to happen, it just means that it doesn’t always happen properly. Just as someone pregnant with just twins may only end up with one live birth

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                    7. “yes, it could. But that doesn’t mean it’s not supposed to happen, it just means that it doesn’t always happen properly. Just as someone pregnant with just twins may only end up with one live birth”

                      the reason why i say that twins aren’t supposed to happen is because of what actually has to occur for twins to be produced, and while is is awesome when people have twins, i guess one of the reasons why we don’t see twins very often is because of the freak nature of what has to happen for twins to form.

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                    8. “i guess one of the reasons why we don’t see twins very often” I showed the statistics go against this. But I’ll just agree with you because we are not talking about the same thing. I am talking about the birth of twins, you are talking about only identical twins. Even though the statistics still go against what you are saying, I will simply say OK because I don’t see a whole lot of them walking around either.

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                    9. “I showed the statistics go against this. But I’ll just agree with you because we are not talking about the same thing. I am talking about the birth of twins, you are talking about only identical twins. Even though the statistics still go against what you are saying, I will simply say OK because I don’t see a whole lot of them walking around either.”

                      The statistics still don’t really put things into perspective; computerization is not the same thing as realization and whats on paper doesn’t always translate or hold up so well in real life situations. Stastically, yes, you could say there are alot of [identical] twins, but that’s “alot” mainly in the context that, to many people, it seemed like almost zero, but when you compare the birthrate of [identical] twins to the birthrate of non-twin individuals, there really is no comparison lol

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                    10. Not true. The birth rate could be as high as that, but there is also a such thing as tragedy. Two identical babies are born (hence the statistic), but they may not make it to adulthood. My ex went to grade school with identical twins. In third grade, one of them was hit by a speeding car while playing with her sister. They were born identical, they lived as identical twins until third grade. Out in adulthood there was only one. Not to mention, most identical twins want their own individuality and thus move away from each other. Maybe not excessively far, just a few towns over, say. So you only see one that looks like that person, but there are two. They just meet at a half way point and you are not there to see the meetings.

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                    11. that is all very true but it is not typical for humans to have twins because of the fact that the very process which is responsible for the origination of twins, is a non-typical occurance, so because of that, the instances of people having twins is not a wide spread situation compared to those who are not twins. The egg of a female is not supposed tpo “split” into twins; this is why a woman has many many eggs for the sperm to “chose” from

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                    12. “this is why a woman has many many eggs for the sperm to “chose” from ”

                      Not how this works at all. A woman drops ONE egg a month, and she has finite amount of eggs. A man shoots boat loads of sperm at it. One gets in and then the egg is fertilized. The sperm doesn’t go up through the philopian (I know this is spelled wrong) tubes and hunt around for the one it likes. That’s actually called an ectopic pregnancy which is dangerous for the mother. Woman drops ONE egg a month between puberty and menopause. There aren’t many eggs to chose from. There’s one at a time during the ovulation window.

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    1. hahaha you are more than welcome here anytime, and i wish you a very good day 💙💙

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    1. Thank you very much; i am happy that you liked it and it’s awesome to have a comment from you for the first time my friend 💙🤟😄

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        1. It’s ok to be shy 👍😂, i am glad that you found the courage to comment because interactions are a fun part of blogging haha

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            1. Exactly 😂, it’s a pleasure to meet you 🙏😇

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