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Identical Twins Can Not Be Absolutely Identical.

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Posted by Alexander on October 1, 2001 18:17:22 UTC

Neither nature (chain of all physical/chemical processes: DNA----> RNA--->proteins----> concentrations/rates of numerous chem reactions proteins control), nor nurture (physical and chemical conditions of environment) can not be ABSOLUTELY the same.

Knowing that small difference in initial conditions can in some cases exponentially amplify (if the system has positive feedback, for instance) makes absolutely no need in primitive "reincarnation of soul" to explain slight difference between identical twins raised together.

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