DNA Testing Of Hot Dogs, Caviar & Other Stuff

Submitted by: Squrlz4Sale 5 years ago in Science

Two students wanted to know: Is this stuff really what it"s supposed to be? The tested 66 foods and found the truth.
There are 37 comments:
Male 15,264
Look what happens when you buy ostrich meat in China: link
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Female 1,478
The song at the end was.. weird. But the experimentation was neat :)
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Male 3,631
Yeah, `rosseterroach` - that`s what I meant to say, I-A-B. While I`m at it, I have an easier time finding past I-A-B content by GOOGLING it directly by name, than using the sorry excuse for a search engine that you (or buddy) provide(d), which apparently only selects portions of the content to be indexed, and therefore limits accessibility arbitrarily. By the way, there`s a fakeout site called Boredville.com that`s been ripping off your content for years. Thanks.
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Male 3,631
Reminds me of Egon in Ghostbusters 2 and his study of roosterroach breeding patterns in the nYC subways. Also, Science is now cool again!
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Male 472
see that is why roachs survive, they keep evolving
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Male 39,916

DNA tested and the contents are still a mystery!


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Male 7,123
Nice one.
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Male 7,774
I don`t want that roosterroach in my hotdog if you don`t know where it`s been.
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Male 325
I visited the Natural History Museum in NYC years back - really cool
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Male 5,626
"...One was `caviar` which returned `paddle fish...`"

Later, somewhere in Russia...

*Ffft!!, ffft-ffft!!*
Mobster 1: *falls over*
Mobster 2: *falls over*
Mobster 3: *falls over*

Hitman A: "What is paddle fish?"
Hitman B: "I think comes U.S, maybe swampy areas..."
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Male 40,752
Kool!
Catching the caviar company substituting paddlefish is a big one!
It`s nice to know that SOMEONE`s looking into this sort of thing.
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Male 5,314
meh
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Male 959
fair play to them
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Male 4,891
That was a interesting. Not too shabby for some high schoolers.
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Male 6,227
@Gerry: Not sure what happened with the link, but thanks for posting the correct one. =^.^=
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Male 1,239
[quote]4% variation in a gene does not discern a new species....[/quote]

Oops.
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Male 39,916

@ carmium - It`s fixed now, but the video was posted wrong initally and you got a documentary on beer.
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Male 39,916

Ilikelogic, [quote]"IAB, ARE YOU PAYING GERRY FOR HIS GOOD WORK ON THIS SITE?" [/quote]
Well Fancy? I can telecommute.
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Female 6,381
Gerry: What`s so different between the two? I didn`t notice anything.
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Male 365
@DeutschDude9 Yes, yes it does. There`s only a 1-4% difference between humans and chimpanzees, dumbass.
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Male 365
Mitochondrial DNA isn`t a single gene. In fact, the video seems to imply that mitochondria are genes, which is *completely* wrong.
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Male 472
4% variation in a gene does not discern a new species....
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Male 2,586
Anyone know which of the Mt genes were being used? CO1, 16S, CYTB etc?
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Female 133
Fail :)
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Male 550
Thanks Gerry.
Are you being paid for all the good work you are doing on this site?

IAB, ARE YOU PAYING GERRY FOR HIS GOOD WORK ON THIS SITE?

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Male 39,916
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Male 1,949
*yawn* Someone`s asleep at the wheel. Again.
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Male 488
Wrong video - but interesting anyway.
But, being from the UK as I am, I didn`t get the humour about the "bung hole" reference. Can you let me in on the joke?
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Male 10,338
LOL Link fail Squrlz!
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Male 228
False advertising!!
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Male 226
I got a video about brewing beer. While interesting, not what I was expecting, and the teenage-girl-voiceover was grating on my nerves.
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Male 1
Silly, Beer has lots of DNA.
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Male 2,552
I`m assuming this is the wrong video since the video attached is about brewing beer...?
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Female 5
Linkfail.
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Male 1,008
I saw how beer is made not dna testing
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Male 653
Huzzah. Now I know how to mass produce beer. None the wiser about DNA food testing, though.
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Male 6,227
Link: DNA Testing Of Hot Dogs, Caviar & Other Stuff [Rate Link] - Two students wanted to know: Is this stuff really what it`s supposed to be? The tested 66 foods and found the truth.
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