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In the World There are About 7000 People Whose Blood is Blue!

Thursday, September 26, 2013 13:07
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An English girl Polly Neti (12 years old) is an ordinary girl, except that her blood is blue… At the birth the hospital’s blood center has assured parents that the child will develop normaly. When asked why the blood is blue? The answer was unexpected …
The reason for this condition was the contraceptive pill who took the girl’s mother for several years before her pregnancy. Polly’s Doctor , a professor at the Centre for Haematology, London Efresi Robert, explained:
“In the world there are about 7000 people whose blood has a …blue hue.”
Cyanotic people cyanea (Latin – blue). The iron in their blood is replaced by copper, but without changing the functions, the blue-purple color comes from copper and iron mixture.
An English girl Polly Neti (12 years old) is an ordinary girl, except that her blood is blue…
Scientists explain the appearance of Cyanotic people by the laws of evolution.
In the case of natural disasters or environmental change,or epidemics, when the “normal” dying the “transformed” stay alive and create new populations.
The Cyanotic people don’t suffer from the usual diseases of the blood – the bacteria fail to attack the cells of copper. The blue blood clots more faster and even serious injuries do not cause bleeding.
It turns out that the expression “blue blood” – is a sign of noble origin – is not accidental. Some of the noble knights, from  the first ancient noble families were actually blue blooded. It was because of their armor made of copper.
The professor also pointed out that the blue blood, is the development of blood. The blue blood is not attacked by germs, and clots 3 times faster than normal blood.

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  • cleric451

    not only is the source article for this nonsense over a year old, it is an april fools day joke. as evidenced by the last line of the article: “By the way… Happy April Fool’s Day!” terrible, terrible journalism here. nonsense that not even a child would fall for.

  • Faye

    I would think that when an individual would have blue blood or any other color … the matrix/hologram of this world would program it to appear to be red …

    Nevertheless .. the blue color in this picture could be explained by this read from Wikipedia;;
    Cyanosis is defined as a bluish discoloration, especially of the skin and mucous membranes, due to excessive concentration of deoxyhemoglobin in the blood caused by deoxygenation.

  • Link

    It isn’t complete nonsense, It is just exaggerated to extreme.

    • cleric451

      cyanosis causes the flesh to turn a bluish color from oxygen deprivation just as choking or drowning would. it does not alter the blood itself except in some cases of severely deoxygenated blood to cause it to be a darker red in color than normal arterial bright red.

  • Jay

    Everybody’s blood is blue till it hits the air. Look at your hand.

    • cleric451

      that has to do with the way light traveling back to your eyes scatters and alters the way you see the color of the veins. the blood inside your body is always red. all the time.

  • Marika

    I fail to see how birth control could cause this. Even if her mother used a copper IUD, by the time the fetus had developed its own hemoglobin, the copper would have been absorbed by her mother’s body. Actually, a copper IUD would have been removed to allow the pregnancy to progress normally, if that’s what the mother wanted. There are no hormonal or chemical forms of birth control that cause oxygen deprivation, either. “Cyanosis” refers to severe oxygen depletion in the bloodstream, which results in a blue discoloration of the skin, notably around the lips and extremities.

    And now I see the “April Fool’s” comment, lmao. Man, I take my debunking way too seriously sometimes…. :oops:

  • cleric451

    nope, still nonsense. stop trying to help justify the science behind a JOKE article that was mistakenly reposted as fact.

  • LightandLife

    Everyone’s blood is BLUE until it hits the air…

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