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Are Social/political divisions really a DNA War?

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posted on Jul, 13 2005 @ 01:08 AM
Here non-coding ['junk'] DNA is shown to affect social behavior.

What if a lot [all?] of our social, religious, ethical, political differences are actually a battle between subtle DNA configurations?

"If Genes/DNA could talk . . . " Maybe it does.

Is that your idea or your DNA's idea?

We all like to think [and take pride] in our viewpoints and beliefs, but what if it is mostly in our DNA? Maybe our fate is largely in our DNA?

How embarasing, having our minds be the result of subtle aspects of DNA, hardly something to take pride in.

Thoughts anyone?

posted on Jul, 13 2005 @ 01:17 AM
Very interesting...

...but i'm not sure...something to think about...

...DNA is pretty chill.

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