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if people only knew how GTD/swami can cause a positive epigenetic effect on anyone s DNA, .........you all know the rest


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if people only knew how GTD/swami can cause a positive epigenetic effect on anyone s DNA, .........you all know the rest


You mean expression, because DNA never changes. I try to watch saying DNA to anyone who has even taken a basic science class because DNA never changes, just the expression and potential miscoding (but that often is more of an issue with mutation I think, literally missing a piece, very different).
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http://n-equals-one.com/blogs/2011/09/12/transposable-elements/
(n=1) by Peter D'Adamo » Transposable elements
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DNA sequencing is not static. A considerable amount of DNA jumps around from place to place. While other elements compete for representation at a given
locus, transposable elements accumulate by copying themselves to new locations in the genome.


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"We suspected that the fault wasn't in the genetic code at all, but in the chemical tags on the surface of the DNA that switch genes on and off..."
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-17870315
Researchers are starting to discover what D'Adamo wrote about 4 years ago
Pancreatic cancer gene discovery


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You mean expression, because DNA never changes. I try to watch saying DNA to anyone who has even taken a basic science class because DNA never changes, just the expression and potential miscoding (but that often is more of an issue with mutation I think, literally missing a piece, very different).
You are right!

I am trying to get this comcept of inheritable and yet evironmenatlly programmable epignetics through to people on a (much!) different dicussion forum.

The little animated smilie that bashes itself repeatedly into a brick wall sums up my experience of the matter.  Whoever understands what I have been trying to say has kept their understanding hidden.


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