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Discussion in 'Religious Debates' started by Unveiled Artist, Dec 3, 2018 at 1:50 PM.

  1. Unveiled Artist

    Unveiled Artist My sister LuLu

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    I was reading another thread, and this question came to mind.

    If jesus father isn't biological (virgin birth), he wouldn't have paternal genes. How does that work? Can one human be the only human within the last three thousand years to have no paternal genes as the rest of us do?

    I'm not a gene specialist. Just wondering.
     
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    It is an interesting question that I've never thought of before.
     
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    Magic could've given him any genes desired.
     
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    Parthenogenesis occurs more often in lower species (typically amphibians and reptiles), but so far just the once (that we're aware of) in humans. The miracle isn't so much the development of an unfertilized egg--the miracle is that an individual who would necessarily have two X chromosomes developed as a male!
     
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    Cloning Humans is considered immoral, but I guess you would probably end up with other humans without paternal genes if you cloned someone.
     
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    Another thing. Jesus has a full genealogy. Is it his mothers genealogy tree? So, Adams physical geneology on up is a product of his mother's side?

    Edit. This 11-year-old girl inherited her genes almost entirely from one parent, her father | Genetic Literacy Project interesting information

    In the girl’s case, instead of the DNA from her father’s sperm and mother’s egg pairing [to make a zygote], two copies of the father’s genes zipped together to create a dad-dad set of 23 chromosomes, the full human genome.​
     
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    If it were a male clone it would have the Y (male sex) chromosome of the original entity.
     
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    By whom?
     
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    If you want to play the game you're going to have to spell it hygene.

    Anyway,you just might want to hold off until you're sure I'm not going to add to the list.
     
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    What would it be a clone from?
     
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    Is there a biblical or christian theological explanation for the gene thing? Least up for discussion. Tried finding it online but without the religious part.
     
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    Another male. My clone would have the exact same chromosomes and genes I have. Twenty two pairs of autosomal chromosomes and one pair of sex (XY because I'm male) chromosomes. Or am I misunderstanding the question?
     
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    I'm not familiar with the genes. You saying a male can only be cloned by a male who have the same number of chromosomes?

    Ideally, a man with no biological father would need to be a clone in order for him to, I guess, be human?
     
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    Yes. All humans have 23 pairs of chromosomes. Females have what are known as XX as the 23rd pair, the sex chromosomes. Males have an XY configuration. The male, because of that XY, always determines the sex of the offspring. The female always contributes an X, the male contributes an X or a Y. The XX becomes a girl, the XY becomes a boy. It's a throw of the dice as to which the father contributes, the X or the Y.

    Yes. A female is cloned only from a female, a male cloned only from a male.
     
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