Can making love in the sea cause your baby to be born with blue eyes? No, that's not true: the story was made up by a Spanish humor website for entertainment purposes. It is not real.
Some people say that having sex in the sea is one of the most enriching and wild experiences. Do it under the moon, in the water and with the reflection of the stars on the sea increases the libido of anyone, even if the water is frozen. What we did not know until now is that the sea has another great influence on us.
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Some people say that having sex in the sea is one of the most enriching and wild experiences. Do it under the moon, in the water and with the reflection of the stars on the sea increases the libido of anyone, even if the water is frozen. What we did not know until now is that the sea has another great influence on
The story also claims the water of the ocean is blue because it "contains millions of blue molecules invisible to the human being" and that these molecules cause the eyes of a baby to become blue. It cites the non-existent "National Ocean University in Chicago" as the source of this wisdom.
Of course the eye color of a baby is determined through genetics:
Upon dying, a parent may leave his or her child a pecuniary inheritance. Yet, this is not the first one. Even during life, a parent provides his child with more than one genetic inheritance. One such inheritance involves eye color. Each parent contributes one eye color gene to his child.
And seawater is blue because it reflects blue light from the sun (the other colors are mostly absorbed by the atmosphere):
"The ocean looks blue because red, orange and yellow (long wavelength light) are absorbed more strongly by water than is blue (short wavelength light). So when white light from the sun enters the ocean, it is mostly the blue that gets returned. Same reason the sky is blue."
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