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Old 01-22-2020, 03:55 PM
 
Location: Swiftwater, PA
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Thanks for sharing these links. I'm not into aliens, so...yes, this helps. lol
In some of the disputes we had with our spouses over the years we were sure that they had alien DNA. Unfortunately it is only speculation and would not help us in a court of law. Of course who knows; the court could be packed with RH- blood!

Of course my feeling is that all this is silly and people will reach for improbable and impossible explanations for everything.
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Old 01-22-2020, 06:36 PM
 
Location: Maine
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In some of the disputes we had with our spouses over the years we were sure that they had alien DNA. Unfortunately it is only speculation and would not help us in a court of law. Of course who knows; the court could be packed with RH- blood!

Of course my feeling is that all this is silly and people will reach for improbable and impossible explanations for everything.
Aliens obviously aren't breeding hybridized humans because the our reptiloid overlords from the Hollow Earth are inoculating us against it via jetplane chemtrails. At least until the Alignment of the Voldronai when Atlantis rises from the depths. Then all bets are off!
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Old 01-22-2020, 07:03 PM
 
Location: in your dreams
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Lol


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oCDJQbasbPc


The Rh+ group was created when the "aliens" bred with monkeys. Why do you think they only teach evolution and atheism in schools?!


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Old 01-22-2020, 08:13 PM
 
Location: Greenville, SC
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So you have aliens who evolved on a planet circling a distant star, totally different evolutionary history, yet somehow they can combine their DNA with ours. And although we're not genetically compatible enough with "monkeys" to breed with them, these aliens can somehow breed with them. This makes no logical sense whatsoever.
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Old 01-22-2020, 08:53 PM
 
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Aliens obviously aren't breeding hybridized humans because the our reptiloid overlords from the Hollow Earth are inoculating us against it via jetplane chemtrails. At least until the Alignment of the Voldronai when Atlantis rises from the depths. Then all bets are off!

Doh! Why didn't you say that before?

Don't forget. The password is "Cheeseburger"
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Old 01-22-2020, 08:56 PM
 
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So you have aliens who evolved on a planet circling a distant star, totally different evolutionary history, yet somehow they can combine their DNA with ours. And although we're not genetically compatible enough with "monkeys" to breed with them, these aliens can somehow breed with them. This makes no logical sense whatsoever.
How do you know they are aliens. They might have been here first.

I do agree: This makes no logical sense whatsoever.[/quote]
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Old 01-22-2020, 10:28 PM
 
Location: in your dreams
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So you have aliens who evolved on a planet circling a distant star, totally different evolutionary history, yet somehow they can combine their DNA with ours. And although we're not genetically compatible enough with "monkeys" to breed with them, these aliens can somehow breed with them. This makes no logical sense whatsoever.
Well the Rh factor is what Rh + positive people have in common with monkeys. That is generally the whole basis in which the theory of evolution was built upon, and why people say they evolved from monkeys.

Rh-negative people do not share that protein with primates, or other people who do, and therefor it is said, do not share a common ancestor.

This is where all the alien, and Biblical stuff comes into play regarding blood types..


~ Initially I was just joking around >> ( ) << , but we can get serious too, lol...
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Old 01-22-2020, 11:53 PM
 
Location: colorado springs, CO
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Thank you for sharing this! Not much info here on cd about Rh negatives I see, I guess not everyone can be as cool as us.
Lol!

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Well the Rh factor is what Rh + positive people have in common with monkeys. That is generally the whole basis in which the theory of evolution was built upon, and why people say they evolved from monkeys.

Rh-negative people do not share that protein with primates, or other people who do, and therefor it is said, do not share a common ancestor.

This is where all the alien, and Biblical stuff comes into play regarding blood types..


~ Initially I was just joking around >> ( ) << , but we can get serious too, lol...
Unfortunately I haven't gotten very far regarding the scientific research since I wrote that last post here in 2018.

Or should I say the scientific research hasn't gotten very far. There have been no additions to PubMed dealing with origin since 2011.

Same for Google Scholar. In fact the only new article I see after a very quick & brief scan thru Google is this one from Gaia:

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While humans are thought to all share a common ancestor, originating in sub-Saharan Africa, the number of Rh-negative Africans is disproportionately low compared to others – about three percent. In Asia, that proportion is even lower with only about one percent of the population possessing this rare blood type.

The gene that produces Rh-negative is largely present in Caucasians, with the highest concentration found in a small region on the Iberian Peninsula between France and Spain, known as the Basque region. Here, straddling the Pyrenees mountains, up to 40 percent of the population is Rh-negative, and that’s not the only distinguishing feature of the region.

Those from the Basque are also the only people of Western Europe who continue to speak an indigenous Indo-European language – an isolated tongue not spoken anywhere else in Europe. But this language is not just isolated, it’s completely unrelated to other European languages.
https://www.gaia.com/article/rh-nega...ood-type-alien

Apparently there remain more questions than answers which is sort of disappointing! immunogenetics are a special interest of mine & I have only a novice's grasp on it but I feel like it's important since so many biologics are manufactured using Rhesus cell products. They use them because they are supposedly so compatible with humans but for those who are Rh-; are they really?
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Old 01-23-2020, 07:29 AM
 
Location: Maine
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Well the Rh factor is what Rh + positive people have in common with monkeys. That is generally the whole basis in which the theory of evolution was built upon, and why people say they evolved from monkeys.
No and no. Humans didn't come from monkeys. Humans and apes share a common (now extinct) ancestor. Monkeys are our distant cousins, not our grandparents.


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Rh-negative people do not share that protein with primates, or other people who do, and therefor it is said, do not share a common ancestor.

This is where all the alien, and Biblical stuff comes into play regarding blood types.
So which seems most likely given our current level of scientific understanding and the evidence at hand?

a.) A genetic mutation led to RH-negative blood types.

b.) Aliens!

c.) Fallen angels!

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Old 01-23-2020, 08:42 AM
 
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Lol!



Unfortunately I haven't gotten very far regarding the scientific research since I wrote that last post here in 2018.

Or should I say the scientific research hasn't gotten very far. There have been no additions to PubMed dealing with origin since 2011.

Same for Google Scholar. In fact the only new article I see after a very quick & brief scan thru Google is this one from Gaia:

https://www.gaia.com/article/rh-nega...ood-type-alien

Apparently there remain more questions than answers which is sort of disappointing! immunogenetics are a special interest of mine & I have only a novice's grasp on it but I feel like it's important since so many biologics are manufactured using Rhesus cell products. They use them because they are supposedly so compatible with humans but for those who are Rh-; are they really?
I was curious about this, too. I just find it so strange that something so intriguing remains a mystery.. I mean, it's a big deal! (Whether it's even possible to know, I have no idea.)
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