Harry Potter

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If the wizarding gene is dominant, as J.K. Rowling says in her famous series of Harry Potter books, then how can a wizard be born to muggle parents (non-magical people)? And how can there be squibs (non-magical people born into wizarding lines)?

It seems these baffling genetic questions have finally been answered, thanks to Andrea Klenotiz, a biology student at the University of Delaware.

In a six-page paper, which she sent to Rowling, Klenotiz outlines how the wizarding gene works and even explains why some witches and wizards are more powerful than others.
Harry Potter,high school,senior pranks,the chamber of secrets
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Soon the Basilisk will come and then the school will really be in trouble. At least this one wasn't written in cat blood though.

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It helps to actually attend class instead of going off on ill-advised adventures with your friends. If you think about it, Harry was really a terrible student.

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