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Denying biological fact to further misogyny and male superiority? Yay education.
7/8/2008 10:05:30 AM
Have your heard of parthenogenesis? BTW, the father could very well be passing his MOTHERS X chromosome along, so there goes that asinine theory of yours.
And just a quick fact: chromosomes have only been known for a few decades.
I could equally say the reason men are deficient is because of not having XX, but XY, missing that extra leg on the Y is what makes you stupid.
7/8/2008 10:33:29 AM
if i remember my BASIC biology, the graph went something like
x xx xy
x xx xy
a one in two chance that the mother passes on her X, and a one in two that the mother passes on her other X. same with the father. %50 chance of an X and the same chance for a Y.
WTF am i doing trying to explain this? the only people who read this are already not retarded...
7/8/2008 10:38:21 AM
Someone failed high school biology.
7/8/2008 10:39:44 AM
The father's Y chromosome contributes a part to a female even though she does not have a Y chromosome of her own.
SEX DOES NOT WORK THAT WAY!
The fathers Y chromosome is not involved if he has a daughter.
Body X and Soul Y
This has been known for thousands of years...
That is just complete bullshit. Take your complete lack of knowledge about genetics and fuck off.
7/8/2008 10:46:52 AM
The absurd lengths these idiots will go to to support their misogyny is astonishing.
7/8/2008 10:48:25 AM
X being a body (shell/egg) type thing and Y being a living (sperm) type thing.
First thing I thought of was the album Sex Type Thing by Stone Temple Pilots.
Second thing I thought of is this guy doesn't know what he's talking about. Does his reasoning also imply that a male would not be "alive" if it were not for the X influence in reproduction, from his mother?
7/8/2008 10:53:16 AM
Intellegence comes from the mother's X Chromosomes. Your mother, therefore, was a rock.
7/8/2008 10:55:11 AM
I wonder how old RexRed is.
Maybe too young to already have been taught genetics at school
7/8/2008 11:10:01 AM
Another F in biology.
7/8/2008 11:13:29 AM
You forgot dragonball Z.
7/8/2008 11:48:38 AM
Women have 2 X chromosomes, so where's my girlfriend's other body? Cause I'm having some interesting thoughts about what we could do with it.
7/8/2008 12:13:54 PM
7/8/2008 12:21:03 PM
"Then, a sex-determining gene on the male's Y chromosome called SRY, comes into play. The product of the SRY gene converts the gonad cells of the early human embryo into testes, which in turn triggers development of male sexual organs. If the SRY is blocked, the embryo's gonald cells go onto become ovaries and the female sex organs develop. In other words, all human embryos will develop into females unless they are masculinized by the product of the SRY gene.
George B. John, Professor of Biology at Washington University, St. Louis
The rest of the article written by John Armstrong, then asks "Why do men have nipples?" He feels that males are alterations on the female design, not the other way around.
Our nipples and breasts are functional - I can hear the jokes :) - mens are not
If women are the default sex it makes sense, 10 women, 1 man = 10 babies/yr. (one lucky guy, I guess). The other way around 1 baby/yr (and one big cock fight I would think)
7/8/2008 12:37:16 PM
JESUS PLEASE COME SOON!
YOU FAIL AT CHROMOSOMES.
Get off my internet.
Ozzie: Females are most likely the default template. In the womb, every mammal (I think it's every mammal, anyway) starts off as physically female, which is why men have nipples.
7/8/2008 2:02:08 PM
The Devil's Advocate
Somebody explain meiosis to this tool.
7/8/2008 3:21:37 PM
Yeah, females are the default template, but then you add the Feral template and get a male!
7/8/2008 3:34:12 PM
Ok, I liked the daughter female part.
Has anyone ever heard of the daughter male? Why the need to differentiate that?
7/8/2008 3:44:48 PM
The Y chromosome has what we call the "male-determining region".
But that's not grammar school level biology. The XX->female and XY->male is.
7/8/2008 3:53:29 PM
Yay for continuing to debase women's existence! Well, she doesn't really have a soul, its just the soul of her father; she's just the body, ya know, the part that dies and doesn't really matter in the eternal life?
7/8/2008 4:00:57 PM
I would not trust a biology text that was thousands of years old, unless I had the King James version.
7/8/2008 4:07:48 PM
Yama the Space Fish
And occasionally XY are androgen insensitive, there are XXY, XYY, XXX.
Allow me to throw a wrench in RexRed's little idea. Y and YY can happen, but they'll never make it past the zygote stage.
7/8/2008 4:13:16 PM
Tell me, FunnyBunny, while you're on the subject, how they knew about chromosomes thousands of years ago.
7/8/2008 4:22:09 PM
I read somewhere that the Y chromosome was "melting" away, and would in due course vanish: ie men would have a single X chromosome.
7/8/2008 5:00:33 PM
Very very simply here
A mommies egg has an X chromosome. It does not have a shell and is as much alive as a sperm.
A daddies sperm may have an X chromosome in it or a Y chromosome in it.
When the daddies sperm works its way into mommies egg, if the sperm is an X the baby will be a girl, if the sperm is a Y the baby will be a boy.
For fuck sakes I knew this shit at the age of 6.
7/8/2008 5:03:56 PM
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