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Dr. D
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'The environment could spin the dials on “big sectors of genes, right across the genome” – and that an individual’s social environment might exert a particularly powerful effect. Who you hung out with and how they behaved, in short, could dramatically affect which of your genes spoke up and which stayed quiet – and thus change who you were.' I was pilloried for writing this eight years ago. My has time changed.


http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/neuroskeptic/2013/09/26/the-social-life-of/#.UkRpCmRq7qu


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Very interesting and so much to learn!  Thanks Dr. D.  You've certainly opened up lots of new ideas for me and for all of us here!
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I believe it even before I get time to read it............


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Thank you Dr. D., for being once again out in front of the herd.

http://www.psmag.com/health/the-social-life-of-genes-64616/

The illustration says it all.
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Captivating.


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Quoted from Dr. D
My has time changed.
  


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that's the thema from Dr.B.Köhlers BIT and quantum physics.... in the year of 2003....


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You're always ahead of your time Dr. D


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Yes, as Red Lilac says: Ahead of your time!  
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