Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Jux, Mar 20, 2006.
Snopes link with images
sounds like a sitcom waiting to happen.
Sounds tlike the new Doublemint mint commercials.
not all that uncommon i hear about this sort of thing now and then.
I think there was one on UK TV in the mid to late 80's - can't for life of me remember the name tho.
That family is cute together. Weird but cute.
thats odd cool but odd
Best quote in there.
Still that's pretty cool.
Yeah I went to high school with twins that are black and white.
Genetics R Fun.
As a side note... for similar genetic reasons the "designer" dog breeds (Labradoodle, Yorkipoo, Schnoodle, etc...) often cannot be reliably bred within their "breed" as you will lose many of the effects of the crossbreeding due to the genetic dice rolling snake eyes. Granted the Labradoodle is much further along in it's breeding regimen due to good handling at the second and third generational levels... but that's a whole different discussion.
One in a million births, eh? That would mean there's .....
Approximately six thousand, five hundred sets of twins like this today.
You and your fancy hocus pocus math. I mean really, who do you think you are, Streck?
The reason he said "(math)" instead of showing his work was that I actually did it for him.
That is weird. Kinda freaky, actually.*goes off to figure out better odds than what were here*
Pretty much, yeah.
The world population is 6.5 billion, and a million goes in to a billion ... lots ... of times, and then you carry the integer ... binomial dividend uh ... quadratic nomenclature ... eleventy-five ... er ... hey, what happened to everyone's post count?
First I was thinking Mr T slipped in there somewhere but ten noticed she was mixed.
That's pretty cool . Racial unity at it's best thanks to mother nature.
Oreos for everyone!!
Those poor kids are going to have one hell of a time in school when they get older. But I think they are cute.
That's assuming everyone on the planet is a twin though, isn't it?
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