African American History Culture : OUR STORY (Past, Present, Future): An Historical/Spiritual Journey

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  1. Fine1952

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    Rh is shorthand 4 Rhesus Monkey

     
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    No argument on what the RH stands for. The protein was first discovered in Rhesus Monkeys
    just your post that it's only in Caucasians. What is your blood type, mine is A-. do you know any AA that are negative and others that positive.

    I have presented my evidence where is yours. Prove that as you rated me as false

    https://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/rh-factor/about/pac-20394960
    Rh factor blood test - Mayo Clinic
    mayoclinic.org


    Believe I will go along with the Mayo Clinic instead of your claim. I assume that you can provide a link supporting your statements. and I do mean scientific links by any author, not feel good links.

    http://amjca.blogspot.com/2011/05/race-and-blood-types-superstition-and.html
    The American Journal of Color Arousal: "Race" and Blood Types, Superstition and Science
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    The blood table below, broken out by "race," shows that blood types do not obey superstitious sociological and cultural notions of "race". The following chart from the American Red Cross shows that if all Caucasians received O+ blood transfusions on the logic that O+ is most common among Caucasians, then sixty-three percent of white people would receive the WRONG blood type during transfusions.

    Most white people would have a higher chance of receiving the proper blood type from an Hispanic person (53%O+) than they would from another white person, since the most common blood type among whites is (O+ 37%) and is also most common among Hispanics (O+53%) of Hispanics have that blood type.

    If a white person with type O+ blood needs a battle-field transfusion and medics don't know the blood types of another white person available and an Hispanic person available, the best bet (53% O+) would be to give the white person a transfusion from a Hispanic person--NOT another white person.

    All white people have a lesser chance of having O+ blood than do Hispanics (O+53).

    Caucasians
    African American
    Hispanic
    Asian
    O +

    37%
    47%
    53%
    39%
    O -
    8%
    4%
    4%
    1%
    A +
    33%
    24%
    29%
    27%
    A -
    7%
    2%
    2%
    0.5%
    B +
    9%
    18%
    9%
    25%
    B -
    2%
    1%
    1%
    0.4%
    AB +
    3%
    4%
    2%
    7%
    AB -
    1%
    0.3%
    0.2%
    0.1%
     
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    Fine1952 Happy Winter Solstice MEMBER

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    Bad wording, ----the Rh factor presents FIRST in Caucasians

     
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    https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/jack-johnsons-monkey-wrench/

    FACT CHECK: Did Jack Johnson Invent the Monkey Wrench?

    Popular memes assert that former heavyweight champion Jack Johnson invented the monkey wrench, and that it was so named as a racial slur.
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    In mid-December 2015 a meme that claimed the term “monkey wrench” was first used as a derogatory term concerning its African-American inventor Jack Johnson, started circulating online:
    While the central theme of this meme (that white people used the term “monkey wrench” as a racial slur to demean its inventor) is false, there is some truth behind it. Jack Johnson was the first African-American world heavyweight boxing champion and he did patent a wrench in 1922. Johnson’s patent, however, did not mark the invention of the first adjustable wrench, nor did it spawn the origin of the term “monkey wrench.” Johnson’s patent was merely an improvement on a previous design and had little bearing on the history of the tool, which can be traced back to the 1840s.

    In February 2005, the Jim Crow Museum published a brief history of the wrench in an attempt to answer a question about Jack Johnson and his 1922 patent:

    Did Jack Johnson invent the wrench?

    Jack Johnson, the first Black heavyweight boxing champion, patented a wrench (U.S. patent #1,413,121) on April 18, 1922. His patent was not the first for a wrench. Solymon Merrick of Springfield, Massachusetts, patented the first wrench in 1835

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    In summation, while boxer Jack Johnson did patent a wrench in the 1920s, this was not the original monkey wrench. Furthermore, the tool was not named “monkey wrench” in an attempt to demean its inventor, as the term “monkey wrench” has been in use since at least the 1840s and most likely referred to the tool’s original “twist the tail” method of adjusting the jaws.
     
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