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Topic - Semitic Dagon vs Dagon (Yangon) of Myanmar
Posted: 11 Jun 2021 at 04:34 By franciscosan
Twins run in certain families, if your culture esteem twins that would mean that it would be more likely for twins to have children (which have a higher chance of being twins).  Also, nazis did experiments on twins, which would mean that certain lineages of twins would be depressed.  I also assume that inbreeding would increase the likelihood of twins, but I don't know that.

Actually, I think virgin birth is interesting from a social perspective.  How are you going to explain it to your boy friend, who has been waiting for you to "give it up"?  I think that how a 'society' decides that it must have been a 'virgin birth' is very interesting.  For some reason, the community decides that for this unwed pregnancy, the conditions are 'special,' and the girl shouldn't merely be shamed.  Maybe part of the shaming process is to get they guy to come forward, and take responsibility.

I am not sure I would consider Sirius to be close, for that matter, Proxima Centauri is not really close either.  Relatively close, yes.  But of a distance that to us would seem prohibitive.  But, Burnham talks about Sirius being described as a different color in antiquity.  Red, I believe.  Not in all descriptions, but in many.  Why it would be red is a puzzlement.  Not explainable by the main sequence evolution.  I think now it is blueish.

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