Why do we have different blood types?

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    Why do we have different blood types if we're all human and originate from the same source...Adam and Eve?

    What's more...why do a small percentage of us have a negative RH factor in our blood when most of the population is RH positive? By the way...the RH stands for Rhesus Monkey. So...most folks apparently have the monkey gene and others (the minority) don't. Maybe the RH negative folks are descendents of the Gods while the RH positive folks descend from monkeys. :lol:
     
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    For like half a second I was super intrigued by this topic. Then disappointment happened :sad:
     
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    No one knows. Question resolved.
     
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    :lol: Spoken like a true RH positive person!!! :lol:

    Go scratch yourself somewhere!
     
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    I don't know ??maybe it has something to do with a mixture of genes inherited from our ancestors and the tribes they belonged to living thousands of yrs in a certain environment ??
     
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    Weirdo :cuckoo:
     
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    You're right! Nobody knows...but the question isn't resolved, it's still out there with no solution.

    Theoretically, we all descended from Adam and Eve (if one's a Christian) or we all descended out of Africa (for the evolutionists)...so how can we have different types of blood and different proteins on our red blood cells that in a nut shell make us allergic to other types of blood and RH factors.

    A RH negative Mother carrying an RH positive baby will develope antibodies toward the infant and the Mothers body will treat the infant like an infection if it weren't for the Rho-gam shot to prevent the RH negative Mother from making anti-bodies against the infant.

    To me...it seems as if the RH factor and the various blood types suggest that we came from different ancestors. Alien? Gods? Who knows?
     
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    The largest number of folks with RH negative blood are the Basques which are located in Europe. Basque country straddles parts of north-central Spain and south-western France. The theory goes that for some unknown reason RH negative blood originated here.

    What's more, the Basques have a very unique language that linguists haven't attached a source too. In other words, nobody knows from where this language came or originated. Interesting, I think!
     
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    Basque people - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
     
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    Adam was negative and Eve was positive, or the other way around.
    Probably the other way around because Eve was a negative influence on Adam and the whole future of the world actually.

    Anyway, they had to be different so that they could get together because opposites attract.
    Get two magnets to see what I mean.
     

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