Yeah, still, it won't exactly be a pleasant experience. Like I have said.Chaos Chaud wrote:And still leaves possibility to the archiki's kid to have it )
Wouldn't it be better if the kid just acquire Arc's eyes? Doesn't cost anything
Sounds like events in DNA^2 is repeating all over again...Tessara wrote:Given the powers of the Tohno gland, I'd say this is pretty likely. In another 5 generations, 25% of the world's population is going to be part of the Tohno harem/family. . .Chaos Chaud wrote:(and it is problably rare, very rare unless Shiki starts to reproduce as a rabbit)
It is true that we are talking more about the MEoDP, but we are also considering Shiki's and Arc's child. Thus, it ain't off-topic! (how convenient ) ).Chaos Chaud wrote:Maybe this is getting a little off-topic, but since it is for the sake of archiki's eyes (Oh I named their kid "archiki" since I have a lack of imagination ) )
As far as I know, yes (though I'm not sure about the Tohnos). That's why the chances for passing Shiki's and Arc's genes just as they are would be less and less as future generations appear.Chaos Chaud wrote:Isn't it to preserve the ratio of such unusual genes or powers that those clans (Nanaya, Tohno, or whatever) keep inbreeding?
I disagree. If it was a "death experience" and not a "near death experience", then Shiki would be dead. We could discuss semantics if you want, but it isn't the purpose for this thread, and I will most likely still disagree with you in that point.Chaos Chaud wrote:But T.Shiki didn't live a near death experience, he lived a death experience. And we can say, that for someone to live through a death experience is rare, very rare even with modern medicine...
I wouldn't say it's exactly flawed, just incomplete.Chaos Chaud wrote:Well, if you still find flaws after this, I'm already thinking of another theory. Though, I don't know if I'll find a better one...
If my biology serves me right, that "inactive" gene would be called a recessive gene. It does happen in actual life.Kikuchi wrote:So the reason we don't have thousands on poeple with MEoDP is because the gene becomes inactive for multiple generations [...] So it could be true that multiple people have this dorment gene but unless the gene is active in their generation [...]
.............. Ok, I may be dumb, but I don't get itChaos Chaud wrote:Wait a minute I thought of something. The theory could work if we reverse it. Like you said, it is possible to think the
gene is working only in a few of them if we think the normal thing is to have the first gene of the theory not working, then it will be very rare to have it working. It would be like winning a game where you have 99.9% chance of losing. This could
explain why the gene would "last" one the generation, 'cause it would be needed two people with it activated for it to be working in the next generation. This would be like winning that game over a thousand times in a row.
I'm tempted to write a little something on this part to say you are wrong, but I won't. I don't get this theory.Chaos Chaud wrote:Since Shiki stopped the inbreeding it is possible to archiki have it (since other people shoud have a gene for the eyes that does not relate itself to MEoDP genes at all), but it would be needed to know the MEoDP genes behavior when presented to other eyes genes...
I wouldn't apply personal belief, but magic seems as a possible variable to me. I agree with you that, considering both magic and chance, it's highly unlikely for someone to have the "magical MEoDP gene", or wahtever it's gonna be called. That's why I still say that their (Arc's and Shiki's) kid isn't gonna get special treatment.Tessara wrote:Perhaps MEoDP are among the rarest of possible psychic powers, more linked to chance and magic and personal belief than genetics.
I disagree.Arcueid Brunestud wrote:yeah tohno and arcueid's kid would be special.
solopy567 wrote:New kid Arcueid, your avatar is GIGANTIC! Make it smaller dude, it cant be more than 100x100
He is right. Fix it before you get in trouble.Rule wrote:Avatars are limited to 100x100px, and not a pixel more. Avatars should be non-intrusive. Animated avatars are NOT allowed. Do not use someone else's established avatar, this only leads to confusion.
Well, the issue is that, if I don't understand the theory, then how am I sure if it's something wrong and not just a thing I'm missinterpreting? I'm prone to such things, and they'v brought me somewhat of a problem with teachers at times so.... I think I'll pass! heheheh!Chaos Chaud wrote:@abscess
Actually, when you find something wrong in my theory, please do not feel tempted to write it, go ahead and write it. I can improve my theories that way.
Fix'd and quoted. Well, debating semantics could be considered off-topic, so I suggest we don't follow this topic any further; at least not in this thread. Said that, I'll say this:Chaos Chaud wrote:
Ahahaha!! Well, I already said what I think is right, let's leave it to the other forumites to say who is right and wrong. That way we may be left out of the equation when the banhammer appears! )Chaos Chaud wrote:if I misuderstood this I'll get very angry, because I replayed all the game last week, i'll be like "What the hell was I wasting my time at ??"
Ah! It's good to know you have first-hand knowledge. Sadly physics doesn't apply to the nasu-verse well enough...Chaos Chaud wrote:About the recessive gene, it does exist but it is not a gene that deactivates itself because its was not used after multiple generations. (Biology , more specifically neural functions and genetics, is my strong point . I'm doing engineering at college, by the way... )
Well, I may sound like a pseudo-scientist idiot, but that is if it's an actual gene as we know them. Since we are dealing with "psychics", "magic-circuits" and "non-human" characters, I'm biased to think it's otherwise. If I'm right, and it's that sort of genes that just pop-up and then disappears leaving no trace behind (as I think the supposed MEoDP gene is*), their child doesn't have any more chance to have them than any other person living in that world.Chaos Chaud wrote:I agree with you that as generations passes it will have less and less chances for arc and shiki descendants to have the MEoDP gene. However, I still think that archiki, the first generation, is likely to have the gene...
Your theory is quite interesting. I don't find much of a problem with it, but that would mainly be because I don't know much about biology, let alone genetics! hahaha! I'll try to nerd up a bit in the topic and see if I understand it properly.Chaos Chaud wrote:
Hmm! This makes me think you doubt your own theory! Perhaps it is still incomplete. I'll try to see if I can find the possible problem, wish me luck!Chaos Chaud wrote:Anyway, I already have my Last Resort Theory prepared, but, since it is kind of dumb, I want it just to be prepared and never used.
Ah! It's good to know you have first-hand knowledge. Sadly physics doesn't apply to the nasu-verse well enough...
So, a gene that pops out of nowhere and then vanishes, not just deactivates, does it have a specific name or I'm just making shit up?
It's because the we don't know exactly where physics can be used in the nasu-verse that we can still try to use it, isn't it? I mean we're discussing the possibilty for someone to inherit freaking eyes that see death!!Well, I may sound like a pseudo-scientist idiot, but that is if it's an actual gene as we know them. Since we are dealing with "psychics", "magic-circuits" and "non-human" characters, I'm biased to think it's otherwise. If I'm right, and it's that sort of genes that just pop-up and then disappears leaving no trace behind (as I think the supposed MEoDP gene is*), their child doesn't have any more chance to have them than any other person living in that world.
Hmm! This makes me think you doubt your own theory! Perhaps it is still incomplete. I'll try to see if I can find the possible problem, wish me luck!