A major medical and scientific breakthrough from coded and non-coded DNAs has enormous implications for humans and planetary evolution. Scientists have found an entire universe existing in one cell, forming the basis for a new evolutionary theory.
In 1953, the discovery of the double-helix structure of the DNA molecule opened the floodgates for scientists to examine and decipher the code embedded within it. And examine it they have done, with many elements still not well understood.
Yet on a daily basis, science is being drawn forward into uncharted territory. What has become common knowledge for science is that the human body is made of 25,000 DNAs. Each one is specifically formulated, making each person on Earth a unique individual. This simple fact has become the backbone of further developments for science and medicine, amidst controversial debates and conflicting theories.
The language of DNA is considered a high-level form of communication, in the company of human language, artificial languages (genetic codes, Morse codes and the computer). The founder of Microsoft, Bill Gates, stated that "DNA is like a software program, only much more complex than anything we've ever devised."
Yet in their actual size—which is only two millionths of a millimeter thick—a teaspoon of DNA, according to molecular biologist Michael Denton, could contain all the information needed to build the proteins for all the species of organisms that have ever lived on the earth, and "there would still be enough room left for all the information in every book ever written."
The coding of DNAs contain several key elements in order to communicate in its own language; at least, in order for a change to occur. High-level DNA communication is grouped with human languages and artificial languages --- such as computer languages, Morse code, and genetic codes.
* The DNA must have an alphabet or coding system
* The DNA must have correct spelling
* The DNA must have a proper arrangement of words
* The DNA must have meaning (semantics)
* The DNA must have an intended purpose
Rare genetic diseases and the DNA
Currently, there are 25 million individuals in the United States, affected by an estimated 7,000 "rare genetic diseases." In the center lies the mysterious yet powerful DNA, forming a new field of science known as revolutionary developmental biology, or evo devo --- a combination of two disciplines within the field of biology: evolutionary biology and developmental biology.
Advanced developments in science have found that the higher DNAs vibrate, the more frequencies will rise, and the more complex the DNA become --- changing Earth and its inhabitants through increasing vibrations of changing planetary DNAs. This liquid crystal is held within every human body, in response to the increase of Earth's vibrations.
NASA's Radiation Belt Storm Probes (RBSP), the first twin-spacecraft mission designed to explore our planet's radiation belts, launched into the predawn skies at 4:05 a.m. EDT Thursday, August 30, 2012, from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla.
This rising frequency of Earth is best seen from NASA's "chorus phenomenon" from the recently launched NASA Radiation Belt Storm Probes mission instrumentation. NASA's chorus is a cluster of brief, rising-frequency tones, similar to the sound of whales under water or birds singing a sunrise.
"Scientists will learn in unprecedented detail how the radiation belts are populated with charged particles, what causes them to change and how these processes affect the upper reaches of the atmosphere around Earth," said John Grunsfeld, associate administrator for NASA's Science Mission Directorate at Headquarters in Washington.
Science shows that specific aspects of DNA can be interpreted as proof for Darwinian evolution: non-coded or "junk DNA"; mutations; and genetic similarities among assorted species.
But even if this seems "over-the-top," the NY Times admits that junk DNA plays a crucial role in human development at a time when approximately 30 million individuals in the United States are affected by an estimated 7,000 rare genetic diseases. For a much larger picture --- rare and genetic diseases affect 1 in 10 Americans and over 350 million people globally.
Encyclopedia of DNA Elements (ENCODE) project
ENCODE is an immense federal project that involves over 440 scientists from 32 global laboratories.The Encyclopedia of DNA Elements (ENCODE) project is an international collaboration of more than 440 scientists in 32 labs in United States, the United Kingdom, Spain, Singapore and Japan. On September 6, 2012, they announced the results of a five-year study of the regulation and organization of the human genome and DNAs.
"The results have been published in one main integrative paper and five other papers in the journal Nature, 18 papers in Genome Research, six papers in Genome Biology and a series of reviews in the Journal of Biological Chemistry."
Found are complex diseases that appear to be caused by tiny changes in hundreds of gene switches, in response to an environment affecting the risk of disease in humans. Proteins switch the genes off and on, quite regularly. What is fascinating is that these comprehensive switches are able to manipulate the genes from a distance, far from the genes they are regulating.
The switches, similar to computer processes, were seen in an ENCODE study as able to do several complex regulations:
* The switches can determine sites on chromosomes that allow interaction.
* The switches can determine locations where chemical modifications to the DNA can influence gene expression.
* The switches know how the functional forms of RNA can regulate the expression of genetic information.
Screenshot of a DNA in high frequency, turning into liquid crystal.
Russian biophysicist and molecular biologist Pjotr Garjajev and his colleagues have been carrying out cutting-edge research on the more esoteric nature of DNA. "Russian researcher Dr.Vladimir Poponin put DNA in a tube and beamed a laser through it. When the DNA was removed, the laser light continued spiraling on its own, like it would through a transparent crystal! This effect is called ‘Phantom DNA Effect’."
According to the RexResearch website, esoteric and spiritual teachers have known for ages that the body is programmable by language, words and thought. This has now been scientifically proven and explained. Garjajev and his colleagues analyzed the vibration response of the DNA and found out that it follows quite complicated laws, even though the field of physics has long been aware of it.
The physical reality of each person consists of a consciousness program that is created by digital codes, their own genetic codes, that awaken memories at specific times. The human DNA, or genetic memory, is encoded to be triggered by certain digits at a certain time or even due to a certain repetition of numbers.
Many people feel with this increasing higher frequency vibration caused by numerical triggers, the mind is constantly evolving and changing onto a higher level of conscious. Without even knowing it, a person becomes more in-tune with the Earth, the environment, and those around them.
Many people feel that on December 21, 2012, there will be a human and planetary DNA evolution, forewarned in Daniel 9:20-27; no book in the Bible says more about the endtimes than the book of Daniel. The Daniel Papers reports that critics of Daniel's prophecies desperately hold onto their denials with sheer doggedness, if they do not, they will be forced to admit the prophecies are true --- even the ancient warnings of the New World Order.
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