(S.D. Wells) Only in America is every single disease and disorder diagnosed by medical doctors as genetic, meaning inherited from your parents’ and grandparents’ genes, even though nearly all of the most popular chronic illnesses, like cancer, diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, strokes, arthritis, osteoporosis, Alzheimer’s, and Parkinson’s barely existed just one century ago. So how did human genes change so quickly in just a few generations? They didn’t.
(David Williams) Cloning has been – and probably always will be – one of the most important scientific discoveries made by humans. It has been a major fascination for at least half a dozen generations now, even if it may never be used directly on people because of the social, political, moral, and ethical concerns surrounding it.
(Dr. Mercola) The shocking film “Genetically Modified Children” unveils the horrors of decades of chemical-intensive agricultural practices in Argentina, where the majority of crops are genetically modified (GM) and routinely doused in dangerous agrochemicals, and the chokehold big tobacco companies such as Philip Morris and chemical and seed giants have on poverty-stricken farmers desperate to earn a living.
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(Arjun Walia) I joined the CE team in 2010 shortly after finishing university and have been grateful for the fact that I have been able to do this ever since 🙂 There are many things happening on the planet that don’t resonate with me, and I wanted to do what I could to play a role in creating change. It’s been great making changes in my own life and creating awareness and I look forward to more projects that move beyond awareness and into action and implementation. So stay tuned 🙂 [email protected]
(Collective Evolution) Have you used a service like Ancestry or 23andMe before? What about the last time you donated blood, genetic testing or a biopsy? We all want good health, to help others and put in our best for a good cause, but did you consider what happens with the results from those activities?
(Paul Seaburn) If you’ve been waiting to find out whatever happened to the mysterious three-fingered Peruvian maybe-alien-maybe-not mummies unveiled last year, your wait is over. Renowned UFO and paranormal researcher Steve Mera has revealed the long-anticipated official and verifiable DNA analysis of “Maria” — the largest three-fingered body with an equally unusual large head. The results are in and Maria is …
(Nicholas Weiler) A so-called “jumping gene” that researchers long considered either genetic junk or a pernicious parasite is actually a critical regulator of the first stages of embryonic development, according to a new study in mice led by UC San Francisco scientists and published June 21, 2018 in Cell.
(Derrick Broze) New scientific research is causing scientists to rethink what they believe about the static nature of genes.
(Collective Evolution) The reason for my fascination with DNA as software is that its origin is an anomaly without a credible explanation when viewed in the context of modern technology. Related California Found to Be Harvesting Newborn DNA For Decades Without Parental Consent Source – Collective Evolution by Tom Bunzel, May 28th, 2018 Up until now, a humans only […]
(Jack Burns) Doctors in California have been quietly stealing DNA samples from newborns for decades and storing them in a state-run biobank.
(Tracy Watson) In virtually every avenue of science, things are changing and growing at an alarming rate – a rate that very few of us can keep up with. From human/animal hybrids to gene editing, scientists now hold the very foundations of life in their hands.
(Kalee Brown) Science is now catching up to the knowledge outlined in the Vedas, Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, and other ancient texts. For approximately 5,000 years people have been practicing meditation, proving the positive impact it can have on the body and mind. Science has now accepted that meditation can have powerful effects on human health, as more research is exposing these mind-blowing benefits. Some experienced meditators have even been referred to as “superhumans” because of how their practice has affected them (check out our article here). A study recently published in Translational Psychiatry proved just how beneficial meditation can be for human health, as the molecular signature of meditators was found to be significantly different from those who don’t meditate on a regular basis.
(Isabelle Z.) One of the hottest topics being debated in bioethics right now is the concept of conceiving a child using the sperm or egg of a dead person. For example, a man’s frozen sperm could be used after his death for in vitro fertilization or artificial insemination, or a woman’s frozen eggs could be used to create a child using IVF and the resultant embryo could be implanted into another woman’s womb. Not surprisingly, this approach is being met with a lot of ethical and legal questions.
(Megan Gannon) Burials from a cave in Morocco have yielded the oldest human DNA evidence yet from Africa, offering new insight into Stone Age migrations.