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Old January 17th, 2013, 10:06 AM   #11
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Supposedly, O is the best blood type. You're compatible with O and AB. Here's what Os are supposed to be like, but I'm not convinced it's entirely accurate for you.

"People with blood type O people are outgoing, energetic and social. They are the most flexible of the blood types. They easily start up projects but often have trouble following through because they give up easily. They are flighty and not too dependable. O types always say what's on their mind. They value the opinion of others and like to be the center of attention. Also, people with O blood are extremely self-confident."
Lol, you're right, it's not entirely accurate!

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It doesn't seem too far off. The map shows around 15% B and 25-30% O in Japan, the article says 20% N and 40% O.
Right. The BBC article says somewhere that type O dominates in the West whereas type B dominates India and Asia, whereas as per D'adamo's research type O is dominant in India as well, though only by a slight margin. Or maybe I have it wrong.
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Supposedly, O is the best blood type. You're compatible with O and AB. Here's what Os are supposed to be like, but I'm not convinced it's entirely accurate for you.

"People with blood type O people are outgoing, energetic and social. They are the most flexible of the blood types. They easily start up projects but often have trouble following through because they give up easily.
Bitter truth in my case I have 1000 of big, small and medium projects started, but I think I'll never finish them
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Old January 17th, 2013, 10:23 AM   #13
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Bitter truth in my case I have 1000 of big, small and medium projects started, but I think I'll never finish them
May not have anything to do with your blood type, I guess you're just not a 'completer-finisher'. I'm the same.

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Old January 18th, 2013, 09:51 AM   #14

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Naoma, in my world your description of "O" type fits the diagnostic criteria of ADHD to a T .

But the initial article, actually, pointed out that statistically, O group should have been more prevalent than it usually is. Which is very interesting.

From my old practice in allergology - it seemed to me that people of type A group were most prone to asthma and allergies, I even started randomly stating at one point, "you are type A, aren't you" to people who had severe allergies (this was in the area with approximately equal prevalence of A and B groups). Likely, an observation bias, but type B blood group almost never seems to be highly allergic...

It would be mostly interesting from the standpoint of migration, as the part about Native Americans indicates.

BTW, this Japanese girl, Masako, is very pretty, I do not know how people view her, but I am almost positive that many guys hit on her!
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Old January 21st, 2013, 06:52 PM   #15

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It is important to notice that D'Adamo's theory does not gather scientific evidence and in fact is at odds with the scientific evidence that A type blood was the first to appear and not O like D'Adamo claims.

Honestly some relevant things he writes about my blood type are true for me but a large scale study would be necessary.

It makes sense that compatible blood types will feel more at ease with each other by the way.

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Before DNA testing, they used blood groups to establish paternity. It could work in a very limited way, for example, two O type parents could not have A, B or AB child.
An A and O parents could not have B or AB child. Two B parents could not have A child, but could have either O or B child. To a degree, matching two people with similar blood groups could be very useful (or not useful at all )
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