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  1. schultz

    Reverse Transcription of SARS-CoV-2 and vaccine RNA into the human genome.

    I found this most intriguing paper (it's a pre-print) claiming it's possible that SARS-CoV-2 could be reverse transcribed and incorporated in the human genome. The author suggests this may be one reason why a person who was previously sick months ago still tests positive on a PCR test (because...
  2. Arclight

    Anti-Peat Where is there good evidence that challenges the Central Dogma (and the safety of injecting foreign RNA)?

    When discussing the possibility of mRNA vaccines being something that could have long lasting negative effects, you sooner or later end up discussing "the central dogma". I have talked to friends who claim there is no proof that Sars-CoV-2, or parts of the RNA injected could reverse transcribe...
  3. haidut

    Parents’ Emotional Trauma May Change Their Children’s Biology

    Not a new idea, but the study is a nice summary of recent work in the area and demonstrates that the old gene-centric idea of inheritance is slowly being replaced by a much richer theory of how organisms interact with their environment and how they pass this information down to generations. It...
  4. haidut

    Dads Pass On More Than Genetics In Their Sperm

    Another good study showing that our lifestyle choices directly affect our future children, despite what the morons in white coats keeps repeating. It has been known for years that dads in poorer health tend to beget more sickly children but the explanation had always been genetic - i.e. the dad...
  5. haidut

    Even Decapitation Does Not Erase Memories

    I posted a study recently that suggested memories are NOT stored in the brain but are rather somehow capable of being reproduced by chemical messengers (RNA) synthesized by other cells of the organism. And if those RNA messenger molecules are transferred to another organism, so is the "memory"...
  6. haidut

    Memories Not Stored In The Brain But In The Entire Organism, Can Be Transmitted

    Peat has spoken a few times against the common idea that the brain is a storage mechanism for memories, personalities, habits, etc. There are countless of cases where people who have lost almost their entire brain (except their brainstem) have maintained perfectly normal lives with their...
  7. haidut

    Life's First Molecule Was A Protein, Not DNA Or RNA

    I posted a few studied in the past that argued for the primal role of RNA (and not DNA) in evolution. Not The "selfish Gene"(DNA), But RNA Be The Driver Of Evolution The geneticists like to claim that DNA still rules supreme because it was the primordial molecule that started life and its...
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