History Lessons (XX/XY)
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|History Lessons (XX/XY)|
|Date Posted||January 14th, 2007|
|Description|| XX/XY, it's all a game to them.
|YouTube Tags||XX XY OpAphid Facility J Code|
|Next||"History Lessons (Coded Rings)"|
History Lessons (XX/XY) is the first video of the Facility J ARG series.
It's a question that has plagued humankind's deepest philosophical thinkers ever since men were men and women were women. Why are men and women really so different? Women have an XX pairing of sex chromosomes, and men, a XY pairing. The sex of our ancestors was then determined not by sex chromosomes, but by the temperature of the embryo at a developmental stage before birth. The Y chromosome progressively mutated, so much so that much of it no longer exists. But does this mean that as evolution takes it course, the ever-shrinking Y will spell the death of the male?
- Archival footage from Facility J (The Order) - TravelerJ19 (January 24th, 2007)
- This video received an award for Best Video from an Independent Series during lg15.com's Community Appreciation Week in February 2008.