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Inside DNA not at face value

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posted on Sep, 1 2008 @ 03:31 PM
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If DNA decided what we'll be and how we'll be, does it also have the true brandname to what we call the human being and to what we call each specific human being (Joe, Jane) in it's language or communication?

What did DNA name us?

Is the name kept in words and/or numbers and/or symbols that can be read or is the name kept in sound that can be heard and/or in feelings that can be felt and/or in frequencies and/or pictures that can be seen?

What sense or tool must be used to get our true class, title, name, and series number by DNA? Or is DNA intentionally keeping it all a secret?

If DNA is an intelligence, would it inform what it makes in some way their true identity?

What did DNA name itself? We call it DNA, but it prolly goes by its own name.

[edit on 1-9-2008 by Mabus]




posted on Sep, 1 2008 @ 03:39 PM
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Funnily enough I wondered if it was pre-programmed.

Intelligently designed to produce the intellect changes throughout history with Archimides,Tesla,Einstein ... Jedi Miller..


When we consider how 'out of time' some of the greats were,Da Vinci..for instance.. Was this a premature birth of genius not intended till a later later in history.?



posted on Sep, 2 2008 @ 12:19 PM
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Originally posted by Mabus
If DNA decided what we'll be and how we'll be, does it also have the true brandname to what we call the human being and to what we call each specific human being (Joe, Jane) in it's language or communication?


Yes and no. It's not that simple.


Is the name kept in words and/or numbers and/or symbols that can be read or is the name kept in sound that can be heWe'ard and/or in feelings that can be felt and/or in frequencies and/or pictures that can be seen?

No. And no. Your DNA is 99.5% similar to everyone else's. It's the brain that's different.


What sense or tool must be used to get our true class, title, name, and series number by DNA? Or is DNA intentionally keeping it all a secret?


A good gene sequencer. We've got them and you can get your genes sequenced for about $150, if memory serves. Expect to see a huge chunk of pages with four letters on them.


If DNA is an intelligence, would it inform what it makes in some way their true identity?

It's not. It's just a pattern for encoding things. Sometimes the encoder encodes something that causes another thing to be produced... and often there is a chain of encodings that depend on the environement.



posted on Sep, 2 2008 @ 12:35 PM
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DNA is just a chemical/biological blueprint. It does not know that you or me exist, as individuals. It just ensures its own existence and spreading in numbers - by passing on to us and from us.
DNA cannot define by itself what kind of person will anyone be. It places certain boundaries and maybe makes certain development pathways easier - but environment plays a very important role too.
As an example - imagine someone draws a design for a ship. Then while it is being constructed changes that lacked in blueprint will start to appear. Then crew arrives and really gives this ship its personality.
In this example DNA=blueprints, changes - unknown factor that can exist (in my personal opinion, so can be disregarded), crew = environmental influences (parents, friends,diet,surroundings,weather and much much more).
I see no need to personalize/demonize chemical molecules that exist to exist and replicate.



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