posted on Jan, 14 2010 @ 05:15 AM
reply to post by BigfootNZ
I worded it pretty badly. The genome is set at conception. However, a protein chain reaction creates the physical form that is a male from those
genomes. Hormones, being the end result of protein reactions , are part of it.
reply to post by Edrick
Your statement is incorrect, and ignorant of evolution at best. First and foremost, the quantity of your genes does not direct your quality of
product. For instance, the lung fish has more genes then you OR I, but I sure don't see that species building super computers and landing on the
moon. Thus, the argument that men are better than women due to an extra chromosome is debunked.
But it's debunked even if it was true, because the second x chromosome is not turned off. The X chromosome acts as a shield, or sex-linked dominance,
over the second one, or sex-linked receive. The genes that would show up are replaced with the other ones. If there are no dominant-receive
relationship, then both show up. For males, the Y acts as a window to the second chromosome. There is no shield to turn off first X-linked diseases
Thus, if anything, males are weaker as a result of the Y chromosome. This is why males usually get diseases like Hemophilia.
Thank you, and Good night good sir.
And for the record, as a man, I like my women according to a simply mathematical formula bellow.
(Sarah Palin personality + brain) - (bony features)= perfect woman.
[edit on 14-1-2010 by Gorman91]