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Research on UFOs and EBEs: Scientists find Junk DNA

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by Dr. John Chang

Many scientists have documented that over 95% of Human DNA does not have a known purpose. This DNA has been colloquially referred to as “Junk DNA”.

  Up to 97% of the human genetic information (DNA) is seemingly needless, repetitive “junk” – only about 3% is known to generate proteins, deserving the name “gene”. The rest used to be called “junk DNA”, lately renamed as “non-coding introns”, sometimes labelled by the mysterious, though not very explicit description that these self-similar strands “regulate gene expression”. LINK

 

However, other researchers have not been content to simply classify this predominant part of DNA as “one of life’s mysteries”. Scholarly groups at the forefront of investigative researchers are gathering details which suggest that DNA may not substantively exist as a “building block of life”. Rather, it appears that the substantive function of DNA is to act as a “parasitic inhibitor” and “regulator” of life on planet Earth.

Dr. John Lash documents, for example, in metahistory.org:

  Recent work by Russian biologist Piotr Garjajev and some Russian linguistic experts suggests the same thing, and, more specifically, this research may show that junk DNA, rather than being a discard, is “a computer hologram that works with laser-type radiations.” In short, DNA is an extraordinary generator of perceptions, an instrument of virtual reality.

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By accepting the link between DNA and emotional and mental activities, we may begin to imagine DNA as a complex program that directs the life process (regulating our metabolism, for instance), but impedes our consciousness from complete manifestation. LINK

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Written by thecanadianheadlines

December 20, 2009 at 8:45 am

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