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eye color and paternity

Rcjohnsen rcjohnsen at aol.com
Sat Jun 29 11:13:47 EST 1996

Dear Nach

It ultimately depends on her mate/spouse/lover/ and his genetic makeup. 
If he has blue eyes the probability of a blue eyed child is very high.  If
her mate has brown eyes, then the probability of a blue eyed child
decreases and the probability of a brown eyed child increases.  Eye color
should not be a test for paternity.  There are far better-more accurate
tests available for that.
Rcjohnsen at aol.com

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