It's a twin-twin situtation for everybody
So all 4 kids have the same DNA right? Imagine all the people they could kill and get away with it!
@WelI Obviously, 2 are girls and 2 are guys though, meaning at least their 23rd pair is different
@TriangleTesticles, ahhhhhh fack that's right.... Gender always screwing stuff up
@WelI Obviously, now I'm no paleontologist, but I don't think that's how that works.
@Psyknis, well all the dinosaurs are dead.... Do you know who killed them yet?! Hmmmm hmmmm?! 🤔
@WelI Obviously, that isn't how that works. Not even close. Even if it was, that's not how forensics works
@Cabbage Salesman, well identical twins have the same DNA.... So if it came down to just DNA, yea it would
Also, don't be a pooppy pooperson. I've had 4 mint juleps and don't have time for sass 😂
@WelI Obviously, despite studies showing a range of variation in dna between identical twins in recent years, virtually no Dna is used in crime scene Investigation unless left to no other option
@WelI Obviously, I don't care what you're talking about. "Poppy pooperson" gets an upvote.
@WelI Obviously, that's not how it works. The mothers DNA and fathers DNA is randomly mixed in their children. So the kids could have anywhere between 0-100% of the same DNA in the areas that allows for variation in humans. 0% if the DNA is complete opposite of those randomly chosen and 100% if it's exactly the same. Both are highly unlikely and is somewhere in the middle. This is also not including natural mutations that occur
@Psyknis, the greatest part about this comment is that it is currently the highest rated so it's completely out of context when it comes to viewing the picture
@WelI Obviously, actually no, if anything they are genetic full siblings instead of cousins or genetic half-siblings.
@MattedPenguin, Not quite randomly. They are grouped by chromosomes, with half of each chromosome pair coming from each parent. With 23 pairs of chromosomes, the chances any sperm or egg being identical from the same genetic source is 1:2^23 or 1 out of 8,388,608. That means over 64 trillion chromosome combos from any two (normal) genetic parents. This does NOT include genetic abnormalities like chimerism or imperfect splits, etc.
@WelI Obviously, yes, genetically the kids are siblings.
@Imaginaut, Twincep- FVCK!
Wouldn't that make each pair of twins brother and sister...?
@salty joe, this article says I'm right...
@AbbyBorden27, Genetically yeah. The brothers carry the same genes and are recombined with females who have their own same genes. Regardless of the outcome, all offspring from both parties are in a genetic sense, as close as siblings.
@AbbyBorden27, genetically yeah
* ignore my comment, my bad flying panda
Where are they all I see is octuplets
Both wives: we're all gonna match. Both men: yeah, we're not doing that.
Technically both sets of kids are all siblings, not cousins.
Well with over 7 million people this bound to happen
But asians always look alike regardless... 😉 (sorry, just joking)
They seem to only be... Moderately pleased with how their lives turned out.
What are the odds.
Genetics at its finest