Blue-Eyed People Have One Common Ance...

Blue-Eyed People Have One Common Ancestor

There are 1230 comments on the www.scientificblogging.com story from Jan 30, 2008, titled Blue-Eyed People Have One Common Ancestor. In it, www.scientificblogging.com reports that:

A team at the University of Copenhagen have tracked down a genetic mutation which took place 6-10,000 years ago and is the cause of the eye color of all blue-eyed humans alive on the planet today.

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Glasnos

Deltona, FL

#1332 Apr 20, 2010
It is illogical. Blue eyed is a recessive gene ... how does a mutant recessive gene propigate?... anyone?

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#1333 Apr 21, 2010
No one is right and no one is wrong.

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#1334 Jun 14, 2010
Laziz wrote:
I have Blue eyes ...my parents have brown eyes both ==> don't we Have One Common Ancestor? LOL
It's an interesting example.
Glasnos

Fabens, TX

#1335 Jun 14, 2010
truthist wrote:
What makes a person's eyes blue??
That would be the reflection of the deep pool of intelligence within...:)

Since: Jun 10

Providence, UT

#1336 Jun 24, 2010
“Originally, we all had brown eyes”, said Professor Eiberg from the Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine.“But a genetic mutation affecting the OCA2 gene in our chromosomes resulted in the creation of a “switch”, which literally “turned off” the ability to produce brown eyes.”

“Originally, we all had monkey brains :)))

Since: Jan 08

USA

#1337 Jun 27, 2010
my eyes are red,white and black...right now...

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USA

#1338 Jun 27, 2010
I know a girl who has a friend who knows a guy that has 1 blue,one green,and a brown one...

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#1339 Aug 14, 2010
let it be wrote:
is there money to be made on this? well count me in!! jack
No way?

“AIN'T is not a word. STUPID is”

Since: Jul 07

The Internet

#1341 Nov 13, 2011
This new discovery makes for a lot of incest in the world now...
Ambulance Chaser

Indianapolis, IN

#1342 Nov 16, 2011
Gee, what are the odds that two separate mutations occurred as opposed to just one?

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