en DNA: Life’s Changelog

Updated on April 8, 2019 | 23 Views all
2 on April 7, 2019

One of the most interesting things about DNA is that we have discovered, in humans, the 3% of the code which builds our physical bodies also has encoded within the bodies of all of our ancestors. We can switch on these old systems (in animals of course since this would be highly unethical to do to human beings) and give a chicken teeth or scales. We are not just us. We are all the physical forms in our lineage.

Now, that accounts for 3% of our storage. What of the other 97%? It is memories. Now the skeptic will go “yeah right Mr. Science”. Hear me out here though. Why is it so hard to accept memories encoded into the helix? In fact all “instinct” is encoded memory. What beach to lay your eggs by the light of the full moon if you are a tortoise. Where to migrate if you are a starling or a monarch butterfly. Sharks even have maps of the magnetic markers on the seafloor. None of this is learned. It is there at birth.

There is a very good evolutionary reason for this. Rapid adaptation. We have a repository of past experiences so we do not have to reinvent the wheel every time our environment changes. Human beings have noted this for at least as long as we have records and this has given rise to theories of reincarnation which appeared in nearly every civilization on Earth. Science has resisted this because it sounds too “supernatural” in the same way they resisted the “Big Bang” because it sounded too much like creation. Yet, it is anything but supernatural. It is entirely natural and the only explanation which makes any sense.

#Science #Philosophy #Biology #Life #Origins

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I think our ancestors felt it by through the mind. I see it from Ojibwe and more ancient cultures

on April 8, 2019

I think you are right. DNA is essentially a memory recording code. Our memories are written into the code using the epigenetic genome. Only 3% of our DNA is used for building our bodies. The rest is a combination of genetic modules which can be switched on and off as our environment changes and, far more, is recorded memory. Here is the world changing part. The memories are not just ours. They are those of our anscestors. Your “self” and your physical body are simply disposable shells. The gene is the true being and it is immortal. Within it are the inherited memories of a thousand thousand generations. All of your ancestors live in the gene and that is how life works.

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