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Old 14-05-2018, 08:57 PM   #421
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I really would not advise thinking rh negative blood makes you immune to diseases. STIs could get spread that way. I've had chicken pox and mumps as a child. It would be nice to think that it has a protective effect but where is the evidence.

When it comes to simian borne viruses maybe...

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Old 15-05-2018, 12:16 AM   #423
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Everything you know about British and Irish ancestry is wrong. Our ancestors were Basques, not Celts.

http://www.prospectmagazine.co.uk/20...itishancestry/

Q17. Are the Basques genetically different from other Europeans?

A17. Apparently, yes. It has long been known that the Basques have the highest proportion of rhesus-negative blood in Europe , and one of the highest percentages of type-O blood (55%). Recently, however, the geneticist Luiga Luca Cavalli-Sforza has completed a gene map of the peoples of Europe, and he finds the Basques to be strikingly different from their neighbours. The genetic boundary between Basques and non-Basques is very sharp on the Spanish side. On the French side, the boundary is more diffuse: it shades off gradually toward the Garonne in the north. These findings are entirely in agreement with what we know of the history of the language.


The people of the Basque region have a greater than 50 percent concentration of the RH negative gene,. The frequency decreases in relation to the distance from the Basque region into the rest of the world until there is very little evidence of this gene. This genetic mapping helps to show that a mutation from RH positive to RH negative occurred somewhere in the Basque area of Europe maybe as much as 40,000 years ago, as he discussed later. Basques are not regional inhabitants of an area, as some believe - they are a completely separate and distinct race whose origins are shrouded in mystery.

http://www.reptilianagenda.com/research/r110199a.shtml

http://www.aoi.com.au/bcw/neanderbasque.htm
You need to distinguish between Irish and British especially between Irish and English. English are not Celtic but Roman except for a few small parts not too significant.
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Old 15-05-2018, 06:04 AM   #424
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Old 15-05-2018, 09:26 AM   #425
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Well i gave blood too a few times. I dont anymore.

I noticed how many times when i was younger that

the red cross sign would always flash " we need A- "

Well now i know why.

Because it is a rarer blood type.

But why is b+ rare too??
I am B+. I'm not sure how rare it is. Different sites say different things. The B Bloodline originates from the Himalayan regions which is now parts of current day Pakistan and Northern India.

There was an interesting comment left on one of the Quora pages:

"India is a tropical country, hence the person living here is exposed to various types of diseases because in this climate the micro-organisms multiply and spread at a much faster rate. Blood group B is related to providing resistance against the diseases,hence the incidence of diseases would be much less in the people having the blood group B.

Considering a hypothetical population that has equal number of people in all the blood groups, if there is an advent of a disease, there would be more casualties of the people of the blood group A,AB and O, whereas the people with the blood group B suffers less casualties as their blood group provides resistance.(Theory of natural selection).
The survival for the fittest theory have worked years to select the population of India having more number of people of the blood group B."

The B Bloodline is found more commonly in the Asian, Indian regions, so you would think the B Negative would be more rare.

I used to think that the Type O blood groups were impervious to insect bites, especially Type O negative because of the lack of the Rhesus gene but in fact it is the other way around. Group A is the lesser affected with B second AB the third and the Type O being the most affected. But in terms of cancers and heart disease, differnet bllod groups have different strengths and weaknesses.

Personally, I think that the newer bloodtypes are the result of DNA being fused through animal blood mixing with our own. Insects, with their neddle like mouths will probably contain various amounts of blood from different animals. Thus, when we are bitten, some of that blood would enter our blood streams. It's likely that with apes having gentics similar to our own, the Rhesus gene was passed on this way. Perhaps through the ages as we became more domesticated, our resistance to disease lowered and the A blood group was the first mutation to adapt to resistance.

It's not that simple though.

"The ABO blood group system isn't the only antigen system found in humans. There are about 30 human blood type systems: Rhesus, Kell, Diego, Duffy, Kidd, and so on. Each have a role in immunity. Some are found only in some specific populations and completely absent elsewhere. This is the case of Diego antigens, found only (at low frequency) among Mongolic people and Amerindians."

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Old 17-05-2018, 07:43 PM   #426
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Everything you know about British and Irish ancestry is wrong. Our ancestors were Basques, not Celts.

http://www.prospectmagazine.co.uk/20...itishancestry/

Q17. Are the Basques genetically different from other Europeans?

A17. Apparently, yes. It has long been known that the Basques have the highest proportion of rhesus-negative blood in Europe , and one of the highest percentages of type-O blood (55%). Recently, however, the geneticist Luiga Luca Cavalli-Sforza has completed a gene map of the peoples of Europe, and he finds the Basques to be strikingly different from their neighbours. The genetic boundary between Basques and non-Basques is very sharp on the Spanish side. On the French side, the boundary is more diffuse: it shades off gradually toward the Garonne in the north. These findings are entirely in agreement with what we know of the history of the language.


The people of the Basque region have a greater than 50 percent concentration of the RH negative gene,. The frequency decreases in relation to the distance from the Basque region into the rest of the world until there is very little evidence of this gene. This genetic mapping helps to show that a mutation from RH positive to RH negative occurred somewhere in the Basque area of Europe maybe as much as 40,000 years ago, as he discussed later. Basques are not regional inhabitants of an area, as some believe - they are a completely separate and distinct race whose origins are shrouded in mystery.

http://www.reptilianagenda.com/research/r110199a.shtml

http://www.aoi.com.au/bcw/neanderbasque.htm

Yes I looked into this few years ago and i agree and i have always felt i want to go there as i am Rh D Negative blood group O..also my birth maiden name which i wont put on here i think came over from the Norman French invasion many moons ago as i have Family Name History certificate bought for me by my son few years ago done by The Historical Research Center..I also love Puy Lentils..

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Old 22-05-2018, 10:13 AM   #427
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A- Negative here as well. Lots of strange traits and talents, "bifid" tongue, ability to mess around with electronics especially freezer temperature displays. I go near them and concentrate hard enough they go up and down like a yo-yo. Hate too much sun prefer shady but warm dim rooms and I can't stand certain foods. Pretty much can wander around and not get noticed but if some people look too closely I can see the fear in them. Rh Positives seem to sense something "different" about me but they can't put their finger quite what it is. Talking about some of the traits is a no-no, no-one wants to listen which is a shame, if there was more talk and understanding about biology, genetics and how we all differ in a physical sense then we could all be informed more. It's a sad reflection of the times we live in where you can't open your mouth and state something without someone taking offence at it.
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