posted on Aug, 3 2014 @ 03:46 AM
don't forget, that Evoltion occures via pathogenic take overs.
What even is human?
How can we define any such animal as what we are visually seeing and experiencing?
When genes can be knocked out using germline transfer reprogramming a virus to do most of the changing for you.
Now if viruses can do this, The logical conclusion is that most of our DNA came from RNA which is a component of Viruses and the *coding* they carry.
Likewise other organisms, Bacteria. Carry SETS of Rna. Not just a single sequence or a couple. Bacteria are made of multipule secrequences of RNA. And
bacteria itself can be infected by viruses.
Parasites make up groups of *cells* that act like bactiera, When we think of advanced parasitic organisms. They are collections of RNA binded bacteria
to form a higher complex being with a unified digestive system and so on.
We humans are exactly that but on a bigger scale. We have tamed bacteria and viruses within our body, Some remain whole as is others are synthisized
into phages. As the White blood cell is a liniage of Phage but not the only Phage.
We inherited our immune system from these little critters because they make up the very core of our immune system.
Animals have higher functions because of preset codes for building organs, For building blood cells and having a unified function for the body to be
created and animated properly.
Beyond all that we are constantly picking up upgrades, and gaining symbiotic relationships with pathogens.
You see, Contagion is only one facet of being infected.
Contagion is what spreads it, Tho it is still a symbiotic relationship when there are great positive effects. Even if the negative is contagion phase.
Sometimes there is only one or a couple contagion phases in a persons lifetime for pathogens that have a proper symbiotic relationship.
The body does grind away and alter the RNA it recieves from pathogens that alter cells. This grinding away makes appear that the pathogen has went
into remission. But truth is that once you have a pathogen in your body it does not go away.
apoptosis usually controls the rate of expansion for infection. So once the immune system represses an infection, If adopted properly the new
infection will be given apoptosis. Infection occures when there is clumping or damage from cells. If there is non of these occuring Scientists will
assume that these *unknown* cells and phages roaming around have neutral function. When in fact they were inherited and assume the role of defenders.
Its a win win situation because the pathogens remain, You see. It is a higher form of evolution for cells to symbiotically attach and maintain a
benificial effort for the host. Because in their destructive stage. Their numbers are demished quickly and it disallows continued existance. Only
transmission to another host would give a chance for such pathogens to survive, But directly harmful pathogens that kill the host quickly would more
likely rely on extreme infectability. A virus can change and lose these features from the gene pool it swaps during mass infections.
So symbiotic relationships are the most prominent because it assures microcellular survival.
Parasitic pathogens are just upgraded versions of these things, But usually more towards the bacteria side as viruses are strictly injectors, and
bacteria are the result of formations, In of themselves create more formations of varying cellular types.