Thursday, 11 February 2016

RH negative blood - A possible remainder from homo neanderthalensis? Curse or a blessing?

The Rh factor is a protein that can be present on the surface of red blood cells. Most people have the Rh factor—they are Rh positive. Others do not have the Rh factor—they are Rh negative. Rh blood group system consists of 50 defined blood-group antigens, among which the five antigens D, C, c, E, and e are the most important. The commonly used terms Rh factor, Rh positive and Rh negative refer to the D antigen only.

There are few very interesting factors individuals with Rh negative factor share:
  • They are less frequent than Rh positive owners- around 15%
  • Mostly of lighter skin, hair, eye pigmentation. Rare exceptions known
  • Sensitivity to sunlight, lower than average body temperature
  • Their acidity is much higher - between 4 and 5,5 (where 7,00 is normal)
  • Mothers with RH negative are treating baby of RH positive as a virus
  • Different vertebrae count, pronounced coccyx or extra rib
  • They respond differently to electricity (exploding switches, tools, light bulbs etc)
  • Appear of extrovert (performing) nature, but are in fact very isolated
  • Dedicate a bigger part of their life to a mission of improvement
  • They naturally attract each other (they are aware of the RH factor and ask)
  • Include the precognition and coincidence factor into their fate naturally
  • Posses inquisitive need to have answers to all question which others fine unimportant
What can we conclude from these facts? Are we different? Some sources state the possible relation to an extinct Neanderthal humanoid, which apparently could not produce an offspring with today's mankind because of the DNA incompatibility. It would be like crossing Wolves and Foxes. Act perhaps possible with the help of genetic treatment today, but in the past? Is it possible that people with blue eyes are the children of a lot Neanderthal genetic branch?

The video below somehow exaggerates few points, but in sum, doesn't do too badly in explaining the often experienced incompatibility amongst human kind. Well, I guess a fox will not be treated very nicely amongst wolves either....What do you think?

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