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2021-09-24 12:37:18 PM  
So, a short version of a gene is like a short version of a bus?
 
2021-09-24 1:38:08 PM  
And to think yesterday posters in the STEM tab were shiatting on me when I pointed out we've debunked taht human inherit their look from their parents. And here is a statement about that in the article: that known genetic variations in humans cannot account for much of the heritability of diseases, behaviors, and other phenotypes.

Fark you STEM tab. Read a book. Not Wikipedia.
 
2021-09-24 4:38:25 PM  
Do you have duplicating elements in your genome, or are you just happy to see me? ;)
 
2021-09-24 6:21:10 PM  

Bennie Crabtree: And to think yesterday posters in the STEM tab were shiatting on me when I pointed out we've debunked taht human inherit their look from their parents. And here is a statement about that in the article: that known genetic variations in humans cannot account for much of the heritability of diseases, behaviors, and other phenotypes.

Fark you STEM tab. Read a book. Not Wikipedia.


You being ironic or missing a word somewhere? Because I don't know about yesterday's article but this one here correlates physical attributes to factors in the genetic replication process....which seems to be almost the exact opposite of what you seem to be posting.
 
2021-09-24 6:59:02 PM  
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2021-09-24 10:39:52 PM  
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Didn't read the article. I may be back with apologies.
 
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