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  • derhexerus
    Posted from another group an-open-mind on Yahoo!. Chris ____________________________________ From: normkel32@gmail.com Reply-to: an-open-mind@yahoogroups.com
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      Posted from another group an-open-mind on Yahoo!.

      Chris



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      How does one sex chromosomes?

      "Pull down their genes."
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      Children are hereditary: If your parents didn't have any, you won't either.
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      What do you get when you cross a bridge with a bicycle? The other side.
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      A boy was sitting, looking at epithelial cells on his big toe dividing,
      through an electron microscope his folks bought him for doing so well in
      genetics class. All of a sudden his sister came into the room, and being clumsy
      and offish walked on the foot he was looking at. His nerves being in good
      condition he felt, as well as saw this intrusion and cried out, "You're
      standing on my toe, sis!"
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      What do you call a 6-legged insect that can't speak? A mutant.



      "The majority of people have no understanding of the things with which
      they daily meet, nor, when instructed, do they have any right knowledge of
      them, although to themselves they seem to have." - Heraclitus






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