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I Am My Own Twin
« on: September 13, 2009, 08:19:01 AM »
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Mothers that find out that the children they held inside them for 9 months are not biologically their children. Also babies are being born split right down the middle, half black and half white, a testicle on one side and a vagina on the other. Medical phenomena that causes two different babies to fuse together in the womb.

Wow...I don't think I would know what I would do if someone told me that my baby was not mine. They thought that the mother was making her sister have children for her to get welfare. They wouldn't even believe the father when he said that he was in the delivery room and saw the baby coming out of her...just wow...

I looked it up a little more cause I was a little confused about some of what they said. They are calling them Human Chimeras. Wikipedia says: "Tetragametic chimerism is a less common cause of congenital chimerism. It occurs through the fertilization of two ova by two sperm, followed by the fusion of the zygotes and the development of an organism with intermingled cell lines. This happens at a very early stage of development, such as that of the blastocyst. Such an organism is called a tetragametic chimera as it is formed from four gametes — two eggs and two sperm. Put another way, the chimera is formed from the merging of two nonidentical twins in a very early (zygote or blastocyst) phase. As such, they can be male, female, or hermaphroditic."
« Last Edit: September 13, 2009, 08:28:26 AM by Michi No Sora »

Offline OneOfAKiind

Re: I Am My Own Twin
« Reply #1 on: September 13, 2009, 10:08:41 AM »
i saw an episode of CSI that had a chimeric man. he had two sets of DNA.

this video is crazy though and entirely creepy!