Tuesday, March 17, 2015

"Genetics Proposes: Epigenetics Disposes"- The Chemical Manipulation of Humanity

This was almost ready to go last week.... sigh. 

I found a brief, less then ten minute video, explaining Epigenetics- 

Exploring Epigenetics  looks to be a necessity to understanding the mechanism behind -The chemical manipulation of humanity- This may shed light on how EDC's are altering  DNA in every living thing, contributing to the increase in gender bending mutations in all living creatures, including humans, along with the ever increasing dis ease toll 

In the video below the speaker suggests this is new science. I agree and disagree with that.
This is new science in the main stream of science- But, it seems very likely that this is in fact old knowledge. 

The title of my post "Genetics Proposes" Epigenetics Disposes" harkens back to 1983
That's is well over 30 years ago- But, based on my own readings, epigenetics  goes back further then 1983

Consider this necessary background-

In a nutshell-

Epigenetics is the study of  chemical reactions and the factors that influence them. Meet the epigenome and learn how it influences DNA. Changing the level of gene expression in a cell with the turn of a dial.
Grandma's Experiences Leave an Epigenetic Mark on Your Genes 

 Since the 1970s, researchers had known that the tightly wound spools of DNA inside each cell’s nucleus require something extra to tell them exactly which genes to transcribe, whether for a heart cell, a liver cell or a brain cell. 

One such extra element is the methyl group, a common structural component of organic molecules. The methyl group works like a placeholder in a cookbook, attaching to the DNA within each cell to select only those recipes — er, genes — necessary for that particular cell’s proteins. Because methyl groups are attached to the genes, residing beside but separate from the double-helix DNA code, the field was dubbed epigenetics, from the prefix epi (Greek for over, outer, above).
Originally these epigenetic changes were believed to occur only during fetal development. But pioneering studies showed that molecular bric-a-brac could be added to DNA in adulthood, setting off a cascade of cellular changes resulting in cancer. Sometimes methyl groups attached to DNA thanks to changes in diet; other times, exposure to certain chemicals appeared to be the cause. Szyf showed that correcting epigenetic changes with drugs could cure certain cancers in animals. 
Geneticists were especially surprised to find that epigenetic change could be passed down from parent to child, one generation after the next. A study from Randy Jirtle of Duke University showed that when female mice are fed a diet rich in methyl groups, the fur pigment of subsequent offspring is permanently altered. Without any change to DNA at all, methyl groups could be added or subtracted, and the changes were inherited much like a mutation in a gene.
 Now, at the bar in Madrid, Szyf and Meaney considered a hypothesis as improbable as it was profound: If diet and chemicals can cause epigenetic changes, could certain experiences — child neglect, drug abuse or other severe stresses — also set off epigenetic changes to the DNA inside the neurons of a person’s brain? That question turned out to be the basis of a new field, behavioral epigenetics, now so vibrant it has spawned dozens of studies and suggested profound new treatments to heal the brain

Like silt deposited on the cogs of a finely tuned machine after the seawater of a tsunami recedes, our experiences, and those of our forebears, are never gone, even if they have been forgotten. They become a part of us, a molecular residue holding fast to our genetic scaffolding. The DNA remains the same, but psychological and behavioral tendencies are inherited. You might have inherited not just your grandmother’s knobby knees, but also her predisposition toward depression caused by the neglect she suffered as a newborn. 
Or not. If your grandmother was adopted by nurturing parents, you might be enjoying the boost she received thanks to their love and support. The mechanisms of behavioral epigenetics underlie not only deficits and weaknesses but strengths and resiliencies, too. And for those unlucky enough to descend from miserable or withholding grandparents, emerging drug treatments could reset not just mood, but the epigenetic changes themselves. Like grandmother’s vintage dress, you could wear it or have it altered. The genome has long been known as the blueprint of life, but the epigenome is life’s Etch A Sketch: Shake it hard enough, and you can wipe clean the family curse.
 Share some thoughts- I have some of my own right now, but need to process them more thoroughly

Don't Miss 2 Earlier Posts from Today


  1. Clint Richardson has been exploring this issue for some time now with Patrick Jordan of vaccinefraud.com

    You might find some of their discussions worth listening to. The latest is here (Show number 331)


    1. Thanks, again
      assuming you are the person that left the Clint Richardson link previously?
      I look forward to listening. I did listen to some of the other one, didn't get through all of it, but, enough.-
      I shall put it on now!

    2. Yeah, same anonymous :-) I hope don't appear like a groupie for Clint!

      I am a fan of his for the same reason I am a fan of yours; his research for his written articles is always thorough and he provides his sources. You can find his written stuff at realitybloger.wordpress.com

      I am not always equally impressed with some of his guests on the radio show but then I have a strong suspicion neither is he! I try to catch his shows with freeman Burt, Patrick and Daniel because they always provide solid food for thought and I can listen to them while attending to other things that have to be done around here.

      I hope you get something out of them.

    3. No, you don't seem like a groupie for Clint :)
      That made me smile

      I did listen and it was interesting, I have to listen one more time to it though. I usually listen twice to everything- It's time consuming, but, I can keep working as I listen- but I listen twice so I can understand all that is being discussed-
      reality blogger- I should check it out, again. Way back I had an interview here with Clint when he was on Gnostic Media, but, it's waaaay back there now

      Yesterday was the first day of my 8th year of having this blog and there are getting close to 3,000 posts here-
      I went back to the beginning and realized I had come a long long way
      the learning curve has been huge

      As for my resources- there always here.Though I have been accused of not supplying them?
      But that's usually from the troll crowd- who I'm mildly annoyed with at this time

    4. Congratulations on your anniversary! Like I said, I am a fan because you are thorough and give your sources. Don't let the trolls get you down. You are doing sterling work.

      Here's to the next eight years!

  2. San Diego sues Monsanto for bay pollution and persistent contamination


    They have known what they were doing since the 1930s!

    and this

    DuPont pushing for lenient plan in cleaning up toxic former munitions plant


    They didn't show much leniency towards the people they were poisoning and killing, did they?