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Iceland Goes Medieval on Incest Via Android App

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Goodbye, anemia.

Hello, genetic diversity.

Icelanders have a peculiar problem: they are descended from five Viking men and four Irish women (how does that math figure?)

Because of this, the most genetically homogeneous nation’s government have created a genetic database to help fight inbreeding.

Your cousins would be so into this, share it!

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Now a group of University of Iceland in Reykjavík students have taken it a step further and created an Android app to help end cousins from dating. NBC News reports:

When you tap phones with someone who has the app, it brings up an alert if the owners of the two phones share a grandparent. (Of course, if you don’t already know who you share a grandparent with, incest may be the least of your problems, but the team says it is looking into functionality for spotting common great grandparents, too.)

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The app, called Sifjaspellsspillir translates to “Incest Destroyer.”

An iPhone counterpart is currently in production.

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