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Originally posted by Zippidee
reply to post by seeker11
I believe "Anon" (Heartisblack) posted your link to the screen shots. Your IP being banned is weird as He11!
edit on 19-7-2011 by Zippidee because: sp
attacks only the negative blood types, with the following results:
- 40% death
- 60% development of an immune system capable of protecting against all types of Viruses known to man. The virus also modifies the DNA of the infected, causing aging to be dramatically slowed down, Along with higher levels attained in intelligence.
Originally posted by Zippidee
reply to post by SquirrelNutz
No, I think only the negative blood types are to be affected. Wiki puts it at 7% and then you can figure the 40% mortality on top of that. Hardly a depopulation campaign!
Rh-factor protein is divided among races. Fifteen percent of whites are Rh negative, 5 to 10 percent of African Americans are Rh negative, and 1 to 2 percent of Asians are negative for the protein.
Rh-positive blood is most commonly distributed through the population. Rh-negative numbers are 7 percent for blood type O, 6 percent for blood type A, and 2 percent for blood types B and 1 percent for type AB. Highest Rh negative Rate
Those with the highest Rh-negative rate are a branch of people in Europe called the Basques. Basques have almost double the European rate (which is abnormally high to begin with) of Rh-negative people. Read more: Strange Facts About RH Negative Blood | eHow.com www.ehow.com...
Originally posted by seeker11
I'm a little bit weirded out.
I went to post a clarification and summary of everything that happened on the GLP thread and my IP address has been banned.
I don't believe I've ever even posted there before, much less did anything in order to be banned.
Well...perhaps it was a mistake, I wrote a request to be unbanned we'll see what happens.
If anybody else would like to post it for me let me know I will send you what I wrote thank goodness I copied and pasted before hand out it would have all been lost.edit on 19-7-2011 by seeker11 because: (no reason given)
Just as we inherit one blood type "letter" from each parent, we also inherit one Rh Factor from them as well, either Rh+ or Rh-. Everyone has 2 Rh "Factors" in their blood, they can be either positive (+) or negative (-). The only way to be Rh negative is for both parents to have at least 1 negative (-) "factor" and for you to have receive it from both of them. If you received one Rh+ "factor" you are Rh+. Only people with two Rh negative "factors" are considered Rh- blood type.
The possible Rh Factor combinations are:
+ + = Rh Positive
+ - = Rh Positive
- - = Rh Negative
If both parents are ++, then the child must be ++.
If both parents are - -, the child must be - -.
If one parent is ++ and the other parent is +-, there is a 50/50 chance of the child being either ++ or + -.
Originally posted by WarminIndy
I have A positive and a brother that O positive. I have Multiple Sclerosis while he has Irritable Bowl Syndrome. Multiple Sclerosis is thought to be autoimmune. I think many of the theories about blood typing and specific diseases are hard to prove because that would mean doctors would have to prove the blood types of all people with these conditions.