posted on Jan, 19 2012 @ 09:27 PM
reply to post by joekustom
I am notorious for dismissing people. It is not my intentions to be arrogant. It is also ingrained in me to not be fake. If you rub me wrong then
you just do. I don't go out of my way to make you feel uncomfortable, though. I can be pleasant in any situation. But you won't ever hear me
discussing fluffy topics with a person I don't care for.
On to your DNA question. If I were you I'd get more clarification on the blood types of my family members. Two parents who are Rh + can indeed have
an Rh negative child. That is due to the probability that each parent is +/-, meaning each carry the ability to transmit either gene. Some people
are what you call heterozygous Rh +, meaning they also carry both abilities to produce Rh+ and Rh- children.
That said, the parental blood types you listed are not compatible with a type O child. Both A and B are dominate over O. A double dominate parent
with AB type could only pass on type A or B to an O type mothers. Since these types are again dominate over O, the mother's blood type is cancelled
out. The child can only be blood type A (positive or negative) or B (positive of negative).
But seriously, I think you should ask your parents for clarification. One or both of them may not truly know their blood type. This could be just
either of them guessing at their type, much like that one Cherokee family member that every seems to have.
edit on 19-1-2012 by cry93
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