Friday, 1 April 2011

In the world there are about 7000 people whose blood is blue!


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 called..
by 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.

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.










By the way...       Happy April Fool's Day!



23 comments:

  1. everyone's blood is blue when in the absence of oxygen. only when it is exposed to oxygen does it turn red, which is why our veins are blue in color. so the joke's on you! ha! :)

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    1. Not True our blood in our vein is a dark red but through skin looks Blue the only way your blood is blue in your veins is if you are one of the 7000

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  2. actually our blood is red everywhere, both in arteries and in veins, but in arteries it's bright red and in veins it's dark red. Veins appear blue because light, penetrating the skin, is absorbed and reflected back to the eye. Since only the higher energy wavelengths can do this (lower energy wavelengths just don't have the *oomph*), only higher energy wavelengths are seen. And higher energy wavelengths are what we call "blue."

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  3. Red has a higher energy wavelength than blue. Please do your homework before you start posting.

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    1. Lower*. Please do your homework before you start posting.

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  4. Nope, blue corresponds to higher frequency, thus higher energy (Planck's Formula: E = h*f). That being said, I've no idea if the explanation above is valid though.

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    1. it is valid.Everyone who has bled from a scratch knoes vein blood is really red

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    2. you cant bleed from a scratch with vein blood ( cut from scratch not deep enough ) you can get darker vein blood only from veins :) stop confusing poor folks:) (

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  5. Funny story.............lastly writer said HAPPY FOOLS DAY lols got it?

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    1. this comment remind of ...when they said back in days that earth is flat , and round earth is fools joke...:)

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  6. I read from a real chinese encyclopedia they write got green blood people

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  7. well i love that idea of having blue blood

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  8. There is a few different colors of blood. Red, Black, Blue and green tints to certain individuals, so what is Orange? When I have menstrual cycles, when I get cut, when my blood is drawn, what does this mean?
    In case you're wondering what my blood type etc is, well I'll tell you......I'm O+ without the RH Factor. Why is this?

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    1. when you get cut mostly blood from micro vessels it is reddish (depend how deeply you cut ), menstrual blood could give you different color bo of different PH between your blood and vaginal pH or bo of micro flora of vagina :) , drawn blood mostly from veins ( darker color bo of less oxigen in it)

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  9. so why try to hide that some people have copper blood - is this another "secret" that should be hidden ?

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  10. Copper rather than iron based blood has shown to have some very interesting properties i.e. A virus that could kill a red blood host may have no effect on a copper based blood, could just be nature’s way of creating a survival plan, or may be something to do with the ancient Ang (el) s also known as the Watchers

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  11. You know, a person was identified with green blood, but it was because of a disease. And just because you've probably been told a few thousand times that blood is not blue, doesn't mean it's not true. Oh, and by the way, not only aristocrats have blue blood. It's just people with copper cells instead of iron. And consider yourself lucky that you have normal blood, although having blue blood is more... beneficial for your health.

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    1. Actually it wasnt a disease he was taking a shot of medicine that contained sulfur which changed it green

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  12. WHY ON EARTH IS THIS ASKING US TO CONFIRM THAT WE'RE NOT A ROBOT WHEN POSTING THIS!!!???

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  13. because Robots have gray blood and you cannot post if you have gray blood!

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