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I mean, this study says kids get their intelligence from their moms, but we’re not going to be shitty about it

The study found that a mother's genetic material determines how smart her kids are and the father's genes don't make any difference at all. And they also found that if the same intelligence gene is inherited from the father, it's deactivated. DEACTIVATED, GUYS!
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