blood types and origins

http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/ciencia/esp_ciencia_life24.htm

blood types and genetics determine biological “race”. race is merely a social structure. we evolved from oi ai bi ab blood types. everyone but some africans have some neanderthal dna in them. orangutans are a match to all blood types, predominantly blood type a, the( cro magnon) and (denisovans). blood type b is evolved from the gorilla, the neanderthals. blood type ab would be a mix of (denisovans) and (neanderthals). where as o blood type evolved from the bonobo, (heidelbergenis) and chimpanzees, (cro magnon) .rhesus monkey positive means compatible with the rhesus monkey d antigen in particular. rhesus monkey negative simply means, not compatible with the rhesus monkey d antigen.  basically, natural selection occurred a long time ago between millions of different species and subspecies. in the sea & on earth. the different monkey species are our closest ancestors to the animal kingdom.

science shows more diverse gene pools leads to fewer genetic illnesses. i think it’s important to know science and what biology provides for homeostasis and health. biological, environmental, and lifestyle are tied to wellness. every biological “race”has their strengths and weaknesses.

the geological make up & climate will be much different in the future, the colder the climate, the less melanin humans will produce in their genome, the warmer the climate, the more melanin humans will produce in their genome. life is nature and nurture, biology and environmentally. we are inherently connected to the earth, as the earth’s environment changes, animals and humans also biologically adapt.

bororo brazilian child

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The Roots of Mankind

The ‘evolutionary’ theory of Charles Darwin may be disputed by some, but his ‘basic’ conclusions are ‘strongly supported’ by ‘modern’ scientific studies.

It is well known, for example, that the chromosomes of the man-apes (chimpanzees, gorillas, etc.) are very similar to those of man himself, differing in fact only very slightly, and thus suggesting a genetic relationship.

(As a source, you may want to read Dorothy A. Miller, Science magazine, Vol. 198, p. 1116.)

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The World Distribution of Human ABO Blood Types by Peoples

The charts are based on the figures of L. Beckman

‘A Contribution to the Physical Anthropology and Population Genetics of Sweden’

Lund, Sweden, 1959

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*the origins of rho- blood comes from bororo brazil*

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OR!

https://www.facebook.com/outofafricaiswrong/

http://embed.seekernetwork.com/player/embed?videoId=66200&external=true&width=640&height=360&skin=sk

http://www.seeker.com/why-europeans-and-asians-evolved-so-differently-1792625892.html?utm_campaign=socialflow&utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=dnewssocial

https://rhesusnegativebloodgroup.wordpress.com/2012/04/01/top-6-groups-of-people-with-a-b-ab-o-blood/

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1716340/pdf/ajhg00433-0031.pdf

Top 6 Groups Of People With A, B, AB, & O Blood

Blood Type A, most commonly seen in: Blackfoot IndiansSami People, The Andamanese, The KikuyuArmenian‘s and Maoris.

* Please click on the highlighted links above for more information regarding the individual groups of people.

Chart based on out of 100 people

Blackfoot

Blood Type B, most commonly seen in: The KalmuksHungariansKoreans, Japanese, and in Bombay.

* Click the highlighted links above for more information related to a particular group of people.

Chart based on out of 100 people

Kalmuks

Blood Type O, most common in: Brazilian Bororo, The ShompenMayas, Peruvians, The Navajo, & the Nicobarese.

* Click the highlighted links above for more information regarding the particular group of people.

Chart based on out of 100

Bororo

Blood Type AB, most common in: Tartars, people in Bombay, The Koreans, Hungarians, Czechs, and The Polish.

* Please click on the highlighted links above for more information regarding the individual groups of people.

Chart based on out of 100 people

Tartars

~Data collected from THE Blood Bank~

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