Skip to comments.In Huge Shock, Mitochondrial DNA Can Be Inherited From Fathers
Posted on 11/26/2018 5:06:59 PM PST by BenLurkin
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As long as you keep science honest. That means apolitical.
Okay, I’ll bite.
Explain to me the politics of mitochondrial DNA.
Feminism demands there be a comparable, heritable genetic component that can be traced back through generations as the male Y chromosome can. That’s the political aspect. If mtDNA is not strictly female, then that comes apart. We already had people claiming that the X chromosome is the female chromosome, despite the fact that half of the X chromosomes out there came from the father, not the mother.
This is just too weird, I cant imagine a mechanism for sperm to egg transfer of mitochondria, scratching head...
Maybe women are making a big deal out of passing on Mitochondrial DNA, since it’s something men can’t do.
They don’t have much else to brag about, so... (LOL /s)
Speaking for myself, I am an admirer of mothers and motherhood.
Super Mario got around more.
...They dont have much else to brag about, so... (LOL /s)
Other than that little thing about, oh, creation that men cant do
The single greatest gift of all
Feminism isn't. If it's not going toe to toe with males, they dismiss it as having no value.
Wow. Gonna have to reevaluate some things. Explains a lot of things that were puzzling to me though.
I thought they said “DNA doesn’t lie.”
Used to only have thought to be from a female.
Once again a scientific proof/thought something was 100%, not true at all.
All those vestigial organs we now know that have a vital purpose, but cutting edge science at the time declared leftovers.
This is why no one should ever put anything “settled” as far as science is concerned, or believe it over anything else. interpretation and errors in observation make science hardly infallible.
Taylor Swift said it best...
You dont know what you dont know...
I asked to keep politics out of it, please.
Politics can be injected into any realm of science.
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