Who's Your Daddy?
“Non-paternity” (when a child turns out to have a different father than they thought they did) is estimated to be somewhere around 10%. New over-the-counter tests make it easy to find out the truth.
The incidence of "non-paternity" (when a child turns out to have a different father than they thought they did) is estimated to be somewhere around 10%. And now that over-the-counter paternity tests are available, it is becoming easier to find out if your are your father's child. Their sale is an "indirect but unavoidable admission of infidelity within a society." But is this infidelity depravity, or simply biology?
Jonathan Zimmerman explains why teachers should invite, not censor, tough classroom debates.
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- This map lists their names and locations, and their CEOs.
It marks another milestone in SpaceX's long-standing effort to make spaceflight cheaper.
- SpaceX launched Falcon Heavy into space early Tuesday morning.
- A part of its nosecone – known as a fairing – descended back to Earth using special parachutes.
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