Since the emergence of epigenomics, which is the study of how epigenetic modifications affect the genetic material of cells or the entire organism, geneticists have discovered that the human genome is a lot more complex than they have ever imagined. For example, DNA sequencing technologies that are currently available to mainstream geneticists can only decode roughly 21,000 known genes that are involved in protein synthesis in the human body. This only decodes a very small percentage of the human genome.
Archive for January, 2015
The average American eats out a shocking 4.8 times per week, and this can lead to a lot of issues with nutrition. After all, the typical fast food or restaurant meal has a large amount of calories and fat, but it does not necessarily offer a healthy mixture of essential nutrients. In fact, approximately 10 percent of the nation has some type of nutrition deficiency, and this can cause a long list of complications. Fortunately, you can avoid these problems with a balanced diet that includes several servings of vegetables per day.
Since the day we were born, we have been conditioned to think that our reality is made up of solid matter or solid materials. This is only somewhat true when we look at reality from the surface. Matter actually behaves more like an illusion. The solidity of matter only makes up a very small percentage of reality. However, when we really think about it, reality is made up of only energy. This has been demonstrated by quantum physicists to a certain point. As we gain more knowledge about how the Universe works, the knowledge of energy being the core building block of everything in the Universe will become common knowledge.
Did You Know the IRS and the Fed are Private Corporations? Plus, Exposing the Secrets of the Western Court System
Most people living in the USA have no clue that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is a foreign agency. To be more accurate, the IRS is a foreign private corporation of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and is the private “army” of the Federal Reserve (Fed). Its main goal is to make sure the American people pay their tax and be good little slaves.
With the snow piling up, blistering winds hitting your face and the roads getting messier, it’s for good reason that the winter season forces indoors. The allure of an insulated home, roaring fireplace and mug of hot chocolate is hard to beat. While the benefits of gathering together inside during these frigid months may seem appealing, there is a hefty caveat that they bring with them.
Scientists have known for a long time that plasma energy is real and that there is enough energy in the vacuum of a single hydrogen atom to power the whole world for many years. Even with this knowledge, mainstream scientists still refuse to believe that “free energy” is real. They don’t believe it is real, because according to these scientists, “free energy” technology violates the laws of thermodynamics. What most mainstream scientists don’t realize is that the laws of thermodynamics only apply to a closed system. Free energy technologies are often built to harness energy from an open system.
For homeowners across the country the newest buzzword is “smart meter,” and with a continually increasing number of cities and towns opting to put their citizens on grids with smart meters a fair number of concerns have begun to arise. Some of these concerns are health related, and have been discussed in detail on this site before. However, in an increasingly digital age, where hacking and the theft of personal and private information occurs on every level, privacy concerns have now begun to take center stage within the debate over smart meters.
For millennia, many religions and spiritual teachers have been telling us that during 2012 and soon after, humanity will experience a special spiritual event called ascension. Is this event true or is it just a fantasy dreamed up by certain crazy people. My understanding of ascension is that it isn’t a fantasy, but a natural cycle of the Universe and we are in the middle of ascending to higher levels of consciousness.
At the very core of our being, from the moment we’re born, it becomes apparent that not all things are like. There are good and bad, hot and cold, lazy and relentless, and so on. Life, from the moment we’re born to the day we pass, becomes a balancing act. The concepts of choice, freedom and will power are what define our every move. We choose our destiny, define our action and live with the results. The beauty of a human being is that he or she has the capability to understand and analyze choices as they play out in life.
Panicking is the one thing that can make a situation go from good to bad or to life threatening. Sometime we panic for the silliest of things and then sometime we freak out when there is genuine reasons to do so. But, by itself, to panic is to add to the chaos because it generally produces hysterical or irrational behaviors. Plus, it drains your body of vital energy.