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  1. Re: The Human Artificial Chromosone and Morgellons. NASA and The Human Genome.

    Well, I could not agree more. Of course the body prefers what MN provides, not to mention that the video is probably a mis/dis-information piece.

    But that does not address what is going on with...
  2. Re: The Human Artificial Chromosone and Morgellons. NASA and The Human Genome.

    I believe the video is misinforming too. Anything is possible but nucleic acids too. Body likes what mother nature made better. I am not as informed on Morgellon's disease but from what little I have...
  3. Re: The Human Artificial Chromosone and Morgellons. NASA and The Human Genome.

    Viruses inject DNA into cells, yes.

    But what I am asking is if it is possible that RBCs could be artificially doped with DNA...or even just artificial amino acids...as sort of little Trojan...
  4. Re: The Human Artificial Chromosone and Morgellons. NASA and The Human Genome.

    Viruses inject DNA into cells, yes.

    But what I am asking is if it is possible that RBCs could be artificially doped with DNA...or even just artificial amino acids...as sort of little Trojan...
  5. Re: The Human Artificial Chromosone and Morgellons. NASA and The Human Genome.

    Viruses inject DNA into cells, yes.

    But what I am asking is if it is possible that RBCs could be artificially doped with DNA...or even just artificial amino acids...as sort of little Trojan...
  6. Re: The Human Artificial Chromosone and Morgellons. NASA and The Human Genome.

    Cells don't transfer DNA but viruses, plasmids, some bacteria, mitochondria may.
  7. Re: The Human Artificial Chromosone and Morgellons. NASA and The Human Genome.

    But isn't the video talking about genetic changes in the bodies of otherwise normal adults, adults that did not start out with genetic abnormalities, unlike Down's syndrome people? So wouldn't that...
  8. Re: The Human Artificial Chromosone and Morgellons. NASA and The Human Genome.

    Wow. That is ridiculous and clearly he knows nothing about cytogenetics. I too worked on the genome project. With publications in the journal of Cytogenetics and in Stem cells.

    That is a...
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