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Accipiter
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4/19/2015 6:53:58 PM
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At 4/19/2015 6:42:45 PM, LiberalProlifer wrote:
When is the human organism genetically unique?

Before they are conceived. The parent DNA represented in the sperm is not exactly the same as the parent. Same gos for women, there are always differences.
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4/19/2015 7:02:25 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 4/19/2015 6:53:58 PM, Accipiter wrote:
At 4/19/2015 6:42:45 PM, LiberalProlifer wrote:
When is the human organism genetically unique?

Before they are conceived. The parent DNA represented in the sperm is not exactly the same as the parent. Same gos for women, there are always differences.

That does not make sense. Where is the scientific oroof for your opinion?
Accipiter
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4/19/2015 7:54:01 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 4/19/2015 7:02:25 PM, LiberalProlifer wrote:
At 4/19/2015 6:53:58 PM, Accipiter wrote:
At 4/19/2015 6:42:45 PM, LiberalProlifer wrote:
When is the human organism genetically unique?

Before they are conceived. The parent DNA represented in the sperm is not exactly the same as the parent. Same gos for women, there are always differences.

That does not make sense. Where is the scientific oroof for your opinion?

DNA is a very long molecule with over 200 billion atoms in it, there are bound to be differences.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk...
LiberalProlifer
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4/19/2015 8:05:35 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 4/19/2015 7:54:01 PM, Accipiter wrote:
At 4/19/2015 7:02:25 PM, LiberalProlifer wrote:
At 4/19/2015 6:53:58 PM, Accipiter wrote:
At 4/19/2015 6:42:45 PM, LiberalProlifer wrote:
When is the human organism genetically unique?

Before they are conceived. The parent DNA represented in the sperm is not exactly the same as the parent. Same gos for women, there are always differences.

That does not make sense. Where is the scientific oroof for your opinion?

DNA is a very long molecule with over 200 billion atoms in it, there are bound to be differences.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk...

Yes or no" Are you going to answer my question? Is the baby genetically unique at fertilization or implantation?
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4/19/2015 8:14:15 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 4/19/2015 8:05:35 PM, LiberalProlifer wrote:
At 4/19/2015 7:54:01 PM, Accipiter wrote:
At 4/19/2015 7:02:25 PM, LiberalProlifer wrote:
At 4/19/2015 6:53:58 PM, Accipiter wrote:
At 4/19/2015 6:42:45 PM, LiberalProlifer wrote:
When is the human organism genetically unique?

Before they are conceived. The parent DNA represented in the sperm is not exactly the same as the parent. Same gos for women, there are always differences.

That does not make sense. Where is the scientific oroof for your opinion?

DNA is a very long molecule with over 200 billion atoms in it, there are bound to be differences.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk...

Yes or no" Are you going to answer my question? Is the baby genetically unique at fertilization or implantation?

You asked when is the human organism genetically unique.

I answered it's genetically unique way before it's ever conceived.

In fact it is very important that everyone is a little different, lack of genetic diversity degrades the species. That's why you shouldn't have a baby with your sister.
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4/19/2015 8:28:11 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 4/19/2015 6:42:45 PM, LiberalProlifer wrote:
When is the human organism genetically unique?

Considering there is no "genetically unique" you, as DNA throughout your body undergoes various mutuations throughout your life, as a result of the environment, and copying, its not particularly sensible to ask when it is unique.
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4/20/2015 12:24:27 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 4/19/2015 8:05:35 PM, LiberalProlifer wrote:
At 4/19/2015 7:54:01 PM, Accipiter wrote:
At 4/19/2015 7:02:25 PM, LiberalProlifer wrote:
At 4/19/2015 6:53:58 PM, Accipiter wrote:
At 4/19/2015 6:42:45 PM, LiberalProlifer wrote:
When is the human organism genetically unique?

Before they are conceived. The parent DNA represented in the sperm is not exactly the same as the parent. Same gos for women, there are always differences.

That does not make sense. Where is the scientific oroof for your opinion?

DNA is a very long molecule with over 200 billion atoms in it, there are bound to be differences.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk...

Yes or no" Are you going to answer my question? Is the baby genetically unique at fertilization or implantation?

What are you trying to get at? There is generally only three to five days from fertilization of a egg to implantation. The genetics at those two points would be the same excluding copy errors as the cells divide. It seems like you are fishing for something here?
Geogeer
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4/20/2015 12:49:10 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 4/19/2015 8:14:15 PM, Accipiter wrote:
At 4/19/2015 8:05:35 PM, LiberalProlifer wrote:
At 4/19/2015 7:54:01 PM, Accipiter wrote:
At 4/19/2015 7:02:25 PM, LiberalProlifer wrote:
At 4/19/2015 6:53:58 PM, Accipiter wrote:
At 4/19/2015 6:42:45 PM, LiberalProlifer wrote:
When is the human organism genetically unique?

Before they are conceived. The parent DNA represented in the sperm is not exactly the same as the parent. Same gos for women, there are always differences.

That does not make sense. Where is the scientific oroof for your opinion?

DNA is a very long molecule with over 200 billion atoms in it, there are bound to be differences.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk...

Yes or no" Are you going to answer my question? Is the baby genetically unique at fertilization or implantation?

You asked when is the human organism genetically unique.

I answered it's genetically unique way before it's ever conceived.

So it is a genetically unique organism before it is ever an organism? Ummmm... yeah.
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4/20/2015 12:49:10 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 4/19/2015 8:14:15 PM, Accipiter wrote:
At 4/19/2015 8:05:35 PM, LiberalProlifer wrote:
At 4/19/2015 7:54:01 PM, Accipiter wrote:
At 4/19/2015 7:02:25 PM, LiberalProlifer wrote:
At 4/19/2015 6:53:58 PM, Accipiter wrote:
At 4/19/2015 6:42:45 PM, LiberalProlifer wrote:
When is the human organism genetically unique?

Before they are conceived. The parent DNA represented in the sperm is not exactly the same as the parent. Same gos for women, there are always differences.

That does not make sense. Where is the scientific oroof for your opinion?

DNA is a very long molecule with over 200 billion atoms in it, there are bound to be differences.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk...

Yes or no" Are you going to answer my question? Is the baby genetically unique at fertilization or implantation?

You asked when is the human organism genetically unique.

I answered it's genetically unique way before it's ever conceived.

So it is a genetically unique organism before it is ever an organism? Ummmm... yeah.
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4/20/2015 2:04:06 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 4/20/2015 12:24:27 PM, slo1 wrote:
At 4/19/2015 8:05:35 PM, LiberalProlifer wrote:
At 4/19/2015 7:54:01 PM, Accipiter wrote:
At 4/19/2015 7:02:25 PM, LiberalProlifer wrote:
At 4/19/2015 6:53:58 PM, Accipiter wrote:
At 4/19/2015 6:42:45 PM, LiberalProlifer wrote:
When is the human organism genetically unique?

Before they are conceived. The parent DNA represented in the sperm is not exactly the same as the parent. Same gos for women, there are always differences.

That does not make sense. Where is the scientific oroof for your opinion?

DNA is a very long molecule with over 200 billion atoms in it, there are bound to be differences.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk...

Yes or no" Are you going to answer my question? Is the baby genetically unique at fertilization or implantation?

What are you trying to get at? There is generally only three to five days from fertilization of a egg to implantation. The genetics at those two points would be the same excluding copy errors as the cells divide. It seems like you are fishing for something here?

I am trying to obtain the scientific facts, now answer my question.
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4/20/2015 2:33:13 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 4/20/2015 2:04:06 PM, LiberalProlifer wrote:
At 4/20/2015 12:24:27 PM, slo1 wrote:
At 4/19/2015 8:05:35 PM, LiberalProlifer wrote:
At 4/19/2015 7:54:01 PM, Accipiter wrote:
At 4/19/2015 7:02:25 PM, LiberalProlifer wrote:
At 4/19/2015 6:53:58 PM, Accipiter wrote:
At 4/19/2015 6:42:45 PM, LiberalProlifer wrote:
When is the human organism genetically unique?

Before they are conceived. The parent DNA represented in the sperm is not exactly the same as the parent. Same gos for women, there are always differences.

That does not make sense. Where is the scientific oroof for your opinion?

DNA is a very long molecule with over 200 billion atoms in it, there are bound to be differences.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk...

Yes or no" Are you going to answer my question? Is the baby genetically unique at fertilization or implantation?

What are you trying to get at? There is generally only three to five days from fertilization of a egg to implantation. The genetics at those two points would be the same excluding copy errors as the cells divide. It seems like you are fishing for something here?

I am trying to obtain the scientific facts, now answer my question.

Why don't you just get down to telling us the point you are planning to try to make.

Of course we will also require scientific oroof of your opinions.
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4/20/2015 3:19:57 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 4/20/2015 2:04:06 PM, LiberalProlifer wrote:
At 4/20/2015 12:24:27 PM, slo1 wrote:
At 4/19/2015 8:05:35 PM, LiberalProlifer wrote:
At 4/19/2015 7:54:01 PM, Accipiter wrote:
At 4/19/2015 7:02:25 PM, LiberalProlifer wrote:
At 4/19/2015 6:53:58 PM, Accipiter wrote:
At 4/19/2015 6:42:45 PM, LiberalProlifer wrote:
When is the human organism genetically unique?

Before they are conceived. The parent DNA represented in the sperm is not exactly the same as the parent. Same gos for women, there are always differences.

That does not make sense. Where is the scientific oroof for your opinion?

DNA is a very long molecule with over 200 billion atoms in it, there are bound to be differences.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk...

Yes or no" Are you going to answer my question? Is the baby genetically unique at fertilization or implantation?

What are you trying to get at? There is generally only three to five days from fertilization of a egg to implantation. The genetics at those two points would be the same excluding copy errors as the cells divide. It seems like you are fishing for something here?

I am trying to obtain the scientific facts, now answer my question.

Otay, when a sperm penetrates the egg the chromosomes in both join and bring forth a full set of chromosomes which is unique, but then again since the genetic make up, if only including the chromosomes and not epigentics, is the same day that fertilization happens as it is say 5 days later when it implants, I think you knew that answer.