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Originally posted by df1
Without his military contracting, it is unlikely that Da Vinci would have received the funding for his research that advanced humanity. Would you be willing to forsake everything Da Vinci accomplished for humanity if you could eliminate all he accomplished for the military?
Scientists find Extraterrestrial genes in Human DNA
A group of researchers working at the Human Genome Project indicate that they made an astonishing scientific discovery: They believe so-called 97% non-coding sequences in human DNA is no less than genetic code of extraterrestrial life forms.
The non-coding sequences are common to all living organisms on Earth, from moulds to fish to humans. In human DNA, they constitute larger part of the total genome, says Prof. Sam Chang, the group leader. Non-coding sequences, originally known as "junk DNA", were discovered years ago, and their function remained a mystery. The overwhelming majority of Human DNA is “Off-world” in origin. The apparent “extraterrestrial junk genes” merely “enjoy the ride” with hard working active genes, passed from generation to generation.
After comprehensive analysis with the assistance of other scientists, computer programmers, mathematicians, and other learned scholars, Professor Chang had wondered if the apparently “junk Human DNA” was created by some kind of “extraterrestrial programmer”. The alien chunks within Human DNA, Professor Chang further observes, “have its own veins, arteries, and its own immune system that vigorously resists all our anti-cancer drugs.”
DNA associated with bizarre nanoparticles found in kidney: Could these strange particles be nanobacteria?
Whether they are alive or not, understanding the role of nanoparticles in kidney stones will be useful in developing treatments, says Lieske.
The particles could still be infectious disease-causing agents whose chemistry allows them to self-assemble.
"That could be a very interesting pathogenic process that might be something like prion proteins where it is disease causing but it's not necessarily an organism like we think of traditionally," says Lieske.