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Dominant Sheep. [Oct. 13th, 2007|07:11 am]
[Current Location |Somewhere unpleasant.]
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LOL. The scary sheep. One of my favorite things Evar.

And I'm not sure if THIS is true or not, but supposedly:

Blue eyed people are naturally more attracted to other blue-eyed people because they are instinctively trying to keep the blue eyed gene alive. ( Blue eyes are recessive, but brown eyes are dominant. )

- In my personal experience, this is false. I have green eyes, and have dated more then one person who has blue eyes.. but I don't know which is dominant between blue and green.

From: garuparu90
2007-10-13 12:24 pm (UTC)
I think there's more to it, including socioeconomic and cultural factors, than just trying to keep the blue-eyed gene alive.
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[User Picture]From: smadaf
2007-10-13 04:10 pm (UTC)
The theory about this increased attraction, which actually is observed only in terms of men being attracted to women, isn't really about some conscious "I have to keep blue eyes in existence"; it's about the instinctive "I must pass on my genes"—and the conclusion is that blue-eyed men who have an instinct to be more attracted to blue-eyed women are better at passing on their genes, because they have a greater probability of knowing that, if the kids they are raising also have blue eyes, then those kids probably came from their own sperm and not another man's (and this is because of two things:  the fact that blue eyes are rarer than brown eyes; and the fact that the baby of a blue-eyed couple is, unless there's a fluke, going to be blue-eyed).
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[User Picture]From: randomposting
2007-10-13 08:57 pm (UTC)
I would tend to agree.
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