Scientists from all over the world had been working on the first officially known to human race genetic research ‘Human Genome Project‘, hoping to break and translate human genome. The project had its ideological origins in the mid-1980s, but its intellectual roots stretch back further (thanks to an American geneticist Alfred Henry Sturtevant, who created the first gene map in 1911).
It was expected to find over 120,000 genes as it’s known than a human body has 120,000 different proteins and we need 120,000 genes to code them. In April 2003, when research was officially completed, surprising and somewhat disappointing facts were published:
• The relatively small number of human genes, perhaps as few as 25,000 are present in a human body.
• The complex architecture of human proteins compared to their homologs – similar genes with the same functions – in, for example, roundworms and fruit flies.
• The lessons to be taught by repeat sequences of DNA.
(Pennisi 2003; Pearson, Goodman 2003)
Now we can honestly come to the conclusion that a human body not only has less genes then some of the bugs, we also realized that genetic mechanisms alone cannot explain everything and there is no longer possible for us to believe that genetic engineers can easily fix human imperfections as there are simply not enough genes to account for the complexity of human life and disease. This is where term EPIGENETICS (beyond the genetic code) came from.
Have you ever asked yourself ‘why do I react on situations like my grandma’? Or ‘why do I speak just like my grandpa’? Or ‘why is it me and my nephew like the same things’? Epigenetics can potentially revolutionize our understanding of the structure and behavior of biological life on Earth. It explains the energetic phenomenon that expresses through the DNA. It’s not about DNA structure or its mutations, it’s about how the energetic fields of the body are expressed through the DNA and what makes you – YOU.
Intriguing? Here is a couple of interesting and funny videos on the subject:
Nearly 200 years ago, the founder of Homeopathy, Dr. Samuel Hahnemann found out that effects of certain diseases like Scabies, Gonorrhea, Tuberculosis and Syphilis could be present even after the acute infection was treated. He also noticed that these effect could be present even in future generations without the actual infection being acquired. This trans-generational effect manifested in the form of ‘disease predispositions’. He called these effects MIASMS.
The idea of miasms has remained one of the most controversial propositions of Hahnemann for a long time. Some of his detractors even called it the biggest mistake of his life. But the hypothesis has persisted in homeopathic circles and homeopaths still use it clinically.
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