How Eve Would Have Looked Like

Without a belly button, of course!

Close up:

If the first woman were also as stunning as this Czech supermodel, I cannot blame Adam for biting on her apples. Hell, I wouldn’t mind getting banished from the Garden of Eden with her! 


Source: BBC UK Magazine

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11 Responses to How Eve Would Have Looked Like

  1. Mireille says:

    Haha ameeen, det var lite läskigt :)..

  2. Smek this! says:

    No wonder they had a lot of offsprings, LOL! I still keep wondering, how dangerous it really is in genetic sense to make babies with your siblings and cousins etc….. I just realized that you’re giving us the evolution theory and and the story of Adam and Eve. Are you sending us your learning material? Are we your secret guinea-pigs? LOL!

    • MOGLI says:

      Well, since many genetic diseases are manifested only in the offspring when both copies of the “wrong” gene is inherited from both parents, the probability of getting the disease shoots up when the parents are genetically similar, i.e. very related. Let’s say both parents are carriers of a bad gene, then even if both are healthy, the probability that their child will inherit the bad copies from each of the parents is 25%! And the probability that the child will also be a carrier is 50% Some classic diseases that are inherited this way are cystic fibrosis, sickle-cell anemia and tay sachs disease. These diseases have high incidence in certain groups of people, pointing to the fact that the bad gene is sort of retained in the gene pool, not necessarily that they practice incest, but perhaps the genetic variation in the founding population had been too small. Thanks to your question, I might make a full post about this later. And yes, from now on, I’ll be using my readers as guinea pigs for my teaching materials! LOL!

  3. Zhu says:

    AS long as guys believe in Photoshop… ;-)I think Eve had more hair on her body though lol

    • MOGLI says:

      Nope, the photo wasn’t manipulated. The BBC link says that it is possibly a corrective surgery resulting from a condition at birth known as gastroschisis or maybe umbilical hernia. Strangely enough, I prefer hairy, natural women! LOL!

  4. Smek this! says:

    Talking about offsprings, what about this:http://www.iltasanomat.fi/viihde/uutinen.asp?id=1618888It's sadly in Finnish, but you can pick up familiar words there, LOL! Not only Obama has new namesakes 🙂 I wonder why he was allowed to be christened as Mowgli, since you couldn’t even use it as an alias here. Swedish tight-ass philosophy or something…

  5. Smek this! says:

    The picture verifies your claim totally! See the leather bandaid to cover Eve’s ribs? Indeed, one of them was removed to create Adam, LOL!

  6. cheh says:

    a pretty cordless!lolLucky her she isn’t pinay otherwise, she’s ‘ang babaeng alang pusod’ heheShe probably had a infection w/c led to ooperation when she was a baby.Now I know those adverts photos of her were well-manipulated may mga butones eh LOL

  7. mogLi says:

    @Cheh: Cordless hahaha! Wi-fi technology gamit nya!@Smek: Wasn’t it Eve who was formed from Adam’s rib? Anyway, in case of fashion models, some are known to surgically remove the lower ribs to enhance their figure. But the curve of this one looks natural to me.

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