I'm not arguing for or against the prince being the biological son of his putative father — I'm asking that we stop using bunk/false science.
The possibility of two blue-eyed parents producing a brown-eyed child is not a strong argument against nonpaternity (remember that we're on the subject of royal cuckoos). You can't argue with the facts: according to statistics, the majority of children born to two blue-eyed parents have blue eyes themselves. Yes, genetic mutations are possible: but that's the fact you would have to resort to, in order to raise the weak possibility of Ferdinand fathering Mircea.
But this most certainly does not constitute a strong argument against nonpaternity. I know we're dealing with negatives, here. However, nonpaternity is one of those rare cases where a negative can be proven.
The point I tried to raise is that statistical evidence points toward nonpaternity, when it comes to Ferdinand and Mircea.
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