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April 2016: the month that gave the world a three-parent baby

6th April 2016. Log it – the date the world welcomed the first ever three-parent baby. New Scientist revealed last month that a boy born in Mexico in April was the first to be born using a novel technique that combines 3 people’s DNA. 650 more words


Midrand my second home my family

I came to Midrand in 2014 to further my studies at Pearson Institute former known as Midrand Graduate Institute. I remember when I had to leave my home Springs, my pastor was so sad that I will be away and that I won’t be at church as I used to be. 353 more words

DNA Operates Via Scalar and Magnetic Waves

This is literally a form of disclosure. DNA emits light and this is light is the information energy which shapes the expression of life.

The energy from DNA is literally transdimensional and operates through a gradient of time and space reducing down in dimension until we gain the perception of consciousness in the physical realm as if from an antenna and receiver system. 273 more words


"A little science and a lot of fun"

I have heard of phone apps and online quizzes that help you find foods and drinks that would appeal to you based on your answers to some questions, but today I read about something a lot more intriguing (and possibly a little ridiculous) – … 305 more words


Smoking Damages Your DNA for Decades

Smoking Damages Your DNA for Decades

Nearly 40 million adults in the U.S. smoke cigarettes.1 It is the leading cause of preventable death, accounting for 1 out of every 5 deaths in the U.S.2 Although smoking has declined by 4 percent over nine years, sales of e-cigarettes have risen an amazing 143 times from $20 million to $2.875 billion in sales per year.3… 2,574 more words


Biology Lesson 20, Essay 2: What Causes Human Growth on a Cellular Level?

Growth may seem a basic process to life. As time goes on, people grow taller, stretch upwards as time goes on until you stop. Most don’t really know what causes it, but it happens. 508 more words


The Serpent's Promise, or: Drugs as Ritual Self-Sacrifice

How the Oldest Exchange of All May Have Been the Original Scam

Art by William Blake

I am reposting the article now because it seems more relevant than ever, and to do so I have first gone through it and excised those parts (including quotes by Carlos Castaneda, Terence McKenna, and Aleister Crowley) that no longer seem in line with my current understanding, while adding a little bit here and there to suggest areas previously unaddressed (such as MK-ULTRA). 5,914 more words