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Pigs share 98% of human genes
Damone
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Post: #31
RE: Pigs share 98% of human genes
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Damone
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Post: #32
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titanic1
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01-13-2017 12:37 AM

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Post: #33
RE: Pigs share 98% of human genes
Miss Piggy always reminds me of one of my sisters, I think it is her nose, which is kind of an upturned pig nose really. LmaoLmaoLmao
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01-13-2017 12:58 AM

 



Post: #34
RE: Pigs share 98% of human genes
Yeah, well... we may be 98% pig but we didn't get the gene(s) that matter.

I want the one that allows a pig to orgasm for 30 miinutes!

https://www.google.com/search?sourceid=c...7.6276j0j8
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Post: #35
RE: Pigs share 98% of human genes
We also share about 60% of our genes with the banana. All living things on Earth share commonalities in their DNA. It's how those genes are used that matters - and humans and pigs use their genetic material very differently.

This is also why you are able to digest bananas and pigs. Our digestive system doesn't break meat or plants down to their base atoms and then reassemble the atoms into what we need, that would require way too much energy. Instead it hastens the process using enzymes that chemically interact with our food. Since all living things on Earth use similar genetic building blocks, that's what our digestive enzymes work on.

Which means if we ever met aliens, we almost certainly wouldn't be able to eat them. Our digestive system wouldn't be able to break down their flesh because it would have different building blocks. Which is sad, because they're probably really tasty.
titanic1
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Post: #36
RE: Pigs share 98% of human genes
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-13-2017 01:15 AM)
We also share about 60% of our genes with the banana. All living things on Earth share commonalities in their DNA. It's how those genes are used that matters - and humans and pigs use their genetic material very differently.

This is also why you are able to digest bananas and pigs. Our digestive system doesn't break meat or plants down to their base atoms and then reassemble the atoms into what we need, that would require way too much energy. Instead it hastens the process using enzymes that chemically interact with our food. Since all living things on Earth use similar genetic building blocks, that's what our digestive enzymes work on.

Which means if we ever met aliens, we almost certainly wouldn't be able to eat them. Our digestive system wouldn't be able to break down their flesh because it would have different building blocks. Which is sad, because they're probably really tasty.

Lets hope they don't look like Chicken McNuggets. chuckle









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