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|Panda Panda||Apr 25 2013, 10:05 AM|
You kinda just proved my point. Yes, eye color is mostly an inherent gene but there are cases where someone has a completely different colored eyes (or lack of eye color) than the rest of their family.
Someone wouldn't be able to suspect a false paternity to their child solely because of a different eye color.
I'm sure you can find a library book on the subject if you look. or you can just google it. whatever floats your boat.
And it's genetics, not Darwin's Theory of Evolution. of course a soap can't follow the basic biology of genetic inheritance 100% of the time, but having someone realize their child is not their child because the kid doesn't have the same green/brown/blue as the supposed parent would be beyond ridiculous and such a dumb plot point, lol.
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