Why do we have different blood types?

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    According to the bible, there was inter-breeding between the sons of God and the daughters of men:

    So...the theories I've read about here and there concerning the RH negative factor includes the following:

    1. We are the children of the Gods.

    2. We're a hybrid human created by interbreeding with an alien race.

    3. We are the children of the people of the lost civilization of Atlantis.

    4. We're mutants! :lol:

    5. We are descendents of Jesus Christs bloodline.

    6. We are the lost tribe of Isreal.

    7. We're a product of mixed breeding with the Neanderthals! :lol:



    I rather prefer the "children of the Gods" theory myself. :)
     
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    Ok...so I'm an O- negative blood type. As a universal donor, I can donate blood to anyone and nobody will reject my blood, but I can only recieve blood from other O- negatives. I reject any other type of blood and if infected with "foreign" blood, it would kill me...or any other O- negative person.

    People with AB+ positive blood can recieve blood from any donor and are known as universal reciepients.

    Hmmmmm...I wonder if this whole blood thing is the origin of the old saying "there are givers and takers in this world"! :)
     
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    How can you make that statement when DNA science and the human genome project have made things possible today that weren't possible in the past?

    Someday we may get valid DNA from Jesus's grave itself!

    Why limit the possibilities of the future?
     
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    The Rh-Negative Registry - Home
     
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    Read more: Negative Blood Types With Negative Rh Factors | LIVESTRONG.COM
     
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    Mutations.

    You're welcome.
     
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    There is. See my previous post above.
     
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    Frankly I don't understand Blood types well enough to understand what that REALLY even means.

    I doubt I am the only person here who is likewise ignorant about this issue.

    I mean I think we all know that different bloody "types" exist, that some are universal donors, etc, but honestly what does it even mean that it is type A pos or B neg and so forth.

    All I know is that it has to do with antigens and the body's ability to recognize the blood cell as being part of the person, rather than an alien cell that needs killing.

    And I just had to look that up, too!

    The older I get the more I realize how much I truly don't understand.
     

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