The RH Negative Factor
I was curious about my rare blood type, and so what started outas a simple search on Google, turned into the most bizarreresearch of my life. First and foremost, I found out that we aredescendents of a reptilian race of aliens, and that we love to drinkblood and shape shift, while we are actively seeking nothing lessthan world domination.As I sat there reading this wealth of information, I sipped on myblood tonic while I pondered on what I was going to shift intotoday
.“Hmmm. Will I be a model with blond hair and blueeyes or perhaps a brunette with hazel eyes?”“Decisions…. decisions”
, I thought,
“It is just so complex tobe a reptilian these days”.
All kidding aside, I was really horrified by much of what I read,and believe me, there is a lot of really disturbing information outthere on the internet. However, I also found quite a bit of credibleand useful information about this rare blood type, and there isenough facts known about the RH negative factor that we candefinitely come to some conclusions of our own.In 1937, Karl Landsteiner and Alexander S. Wiener
discovered theRH factor. It was discovered that 85% of the human populationhad the Rh D antigen on their red blood cells which was incommon with the Rhesus monkeys and 15% of the populationmysteriously did not have this antigen. It has been decided bygeneticist that the RH negative factor is from some kind of a freakmutation that popped up in Europe and has not been selected outof our genetics yet. The most interesting thing about the RH negative factor has to dowith the reproduction between RH- women and RH+ males. Thediscovery made by Dr. Phillip Levine showed thaterythroblastosisfetaliswas caused by a difference in the RH factor between themother and the child. The mother develops antibodies which