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Has this been proven? Do you have sources...links? Because I disagree.
While we are discussing what IS possible within the human brain....can you tell me why so called "idiot savant" (hate that term!) people cannot communicate with family members, but can sit down at a piano and play a concerto that they never were taught?
I always thought blood memories were common knowledge? Guess i was wrong.
We have all probably heard of the hundredth monkey syndrome.....Perhaps the mechanisms are part of the same process.....
Genetic memory may be where the remote viewers get their info as well......Quantum entanglement of the minds.....
assuming that everyone has this pool of knowledge available to them......
Don Juan claims something similar in his books......
The Akashic record may also be the description of this repository of info.....
Memory has been theorized to exist outside the body. and there is some evidence to this effect.....
Obviosly where there is smoke there is some flicker of fire......
reply to post by dreamingawake
I do find some of the accounts interesting.
What mechanism would you propose could account for this information being transferred down transgenerationally, yet the "memories" are not linked genetically? As in, it wasn't their family.
How would this happen from what is mentioned in the OP's link?
reply to post by purplemer
It would definitely be a good step in understanding how insects and animals know exactly what they're doing without being taught it.
Researchers have found a second layer of information embedded in DNA, refueling a debate between proponents of Darwinism and intelligent design.
reply to post by purplemer
This topic is very interesting to me. I read a theory that memories (from ancestors) may be stored in our DNA, and the theory is that this is what is really happening, rather than 'past life' memories (reincarnation).
Perhaps I like this idea because I don't want to believe that I have to keep coming back over and over again...? (lol)
I'm looking forward to seeing what others have to say.
“These types of results are encouraging as they suggest that transgenerational inheritance exists and is mediated by epigenetics...”
The Original Research
...Bisulfite sequencing of sperm DNA from conditioned F0 males and F1 naive offspring revealed CpG hypomethylation in the Olfr151 gene. In addition, in vitro fertilization, F2 inheritance and cross-fostering revealed that these transgenerational effects are inherited via parental gametes. Our findings provide a framework for addressing how environmental information may be inherited transgenerationally at behavioral, neuroanatomical and epigenetic levels.