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From: matthew.malthouse@guardian.co.uk
Date: Mon, 4 Feb 2002 12:38:22 +0000
Subject: Re: (urth) government / weird science

On 02/02/2002 22:16:29 maa32 wrote:

>Speaking of Lamarck, recent research has shown that some hormones in the
>mother's womb can affect the development of the brain in male children and
>increase their homosexual proclivities - and this hormone level alters
>depending upon how many children the mother has previously had, therefore her
>behavior directly affects expression in her children within one generation -
>and it affects phenotype: the pointer finger and ring finger of children
>affected by this increased hormone level will be approximately the same
>length, whereas those exposed to lower levels will have greater variation in
>finger length.  Pretty odd, huh?

Do you have referebces please?



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