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Greetings 9Mind Sacred Sistuhs, peace, protection, prosperity and most of all wisdom be upon we all and those we love. This evening we will be discussing genes and if certain pathologies, thoughts, habits, addictions and or mental and physical diseases are passed on thru our genetics from our parents? Is there a Biblical basis for our behavior and what we see going on around us? I will also be admonishing all ebony, chocolate aka Blk females to (not) do any more FREE BREEDING. Free breeding is something that SLAVES do and we need to stop supporting our own enslavement and those of our children.
All of us know by now that babies and children aren't FREE. So my question to all Sistuhs and women, why should OUR WOMBS be FREE? Especially to the lowest of non ALPHA males who prowl the communities and neighborhoods as nothing more than sexual PREDATORS which is the most dangerous predator on the earth? More dangerous than any four legger predator that the Aryan white predator felt like he needed to kill off so him and his kind could be the only reigning predator on this planet. See a man is not determined based off what he LOOKS like. Instead he/they are determined by what they THINK like.
Surely we have been "DESTROYED" for lack of knowledge. So let's get it innn...
In this episode we are joined by Travis Wyman. He is no stranger to the reptile podcast world and has the knowledge to back it up. We will be talking about all about genetics and the science behind it. This is a must listen for anyone that is into breeding pythons
World wide liver cancer is the 6th most common cancer. Eastern Asia has the highest incidence. As one gets older there is an increase risk for liver cancer. Liver cancer is more common in men than women. 8 out of 10 people is diagnose with liver cancer. Having a disease can increase your risk for liver cancer. Some causes of liver cancer: Cirrhosis of liver, alcohol consumption, non alcoholic fatty liver disease, infection with hepatitis viruses, smoking, low immunity, lupus, family history, diabetes, gallbladder removal, radiation from x-rays or CT scans, body weight, betel quid, aflatoxin, chemicals like sweetners. It is possible to lower your risk of liver cancer. Some of the causes of Prostrate cancer: age, genetics, diet, medication, obesity, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), agent orange, enzyme PRSS3 causing prostrate cancer to be aggressive. Join us tonight with Host Paulette Young. Call 858-769-4936 press 1.
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.Mitchell's guest this evening is internationally-renowned cellular biologist Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D., Bruce is a pioneer in the new biology, an internationally recognized leader in bridging science and spirit. Bruce was on the faculty of the University of Wisconsin’s School of Medicine and later performed groundbreaking stem-cell research at Stanford University. He is the best-selling author of The Biology of Belief and received the 2009 prestigious Goi Peace Award (Japan) in honor of his scientific contribution to world harmony. Published by Hay House,
Mitchell and Bruce first met in around 1994 at a time when Bruce was just getting started and Mitchell had him as a guest on A Better World TV when few knew of his work. Mitchell promoted Bruce’s work because he recognized its revolutionary and evolutionary brilliance, its major contribution to our understanding of genetics, cell biology, the development of epigenetics and in fact, our collective interpretation of the nature of reality. Bruce has been a guest on A Better World TV and Radio numerous times and Mitchell is pleased and honored to have Bruce on again to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the release of his best-selling book The Biology of Belief and to speak of his continually maturing understanding. For more, go to: www.brucelipton.com
At the SAP Healthcare Personalized Medicine Symposium in Palo Alto California, Gregg Masters, MPH chats with Professor of Biomedical Data Science and Genetics, Carlos Bustamante, PhD. For more information see: Bustamante Lab.Faculty included:
Bill McDermott – SAP CEO
Carlos D. Bustamante, MD & PhD – Professor of Genetics, Inaugural Chair of the Biomedical Science Department, Stanford University School of Medicine
Dr. David Delaney – SAP’s Chief Medical Officer
Euan Ashley – Associate Professor of Medicine and Genetics, and by courtesy, Pathology & Director, Stanford Clinical Genomics Service
Magnus Peterson, MD & PhD – Specialist in General Medicine and Pain Rehabilitation; Department of Public Health and Caring Sciences, Uppsala University; Coordinator of Academic Primary Care, Norrtälje TioHundra AB, Karolinska Institute
Dr. Peter Paul Yu, MD – FACP, FASCO Immediate Past President, American Society of Clinical Oncology
Study: BFFs May Have Similar DNA Belinda Luscombe @luscombeland July 15, 2014
Really close friends might be as genetically similar as fourth cousins
Next time someone says “You would really like my friend, she’s just like you,” try to refrain from giving her the side eye. It turns out she might have some science to back her up. According to a new study from Yale University and the University of California at San Diego, good friends are often genetically similar, and can share as much as 1% of the same gene variants. In genetic terms, that’s a lot. As close as, say, fourth cousins.
“This gives us a deeper accounting of the origins of friendship,” says Nicholas Christakis, professor of sociology, evolutionary biology, and medicine at Yale, who co-authored the study with James Fowler, professor of medical genetics and political science at UC San Diego. “Not only do we form ties with people superficially like ourselves, we form ties with people who are like us on a deep genetic level. They’re like our kin, though they’re not.”
The study found that, oddly, close friends are often genetically similar in their sense of smell. But it also concluded that friendship may play a role in evolution. The genes that were shared by friends saw the most “evolutionary activity”, or have evolved the fastest over the past 30,000 years. Whether the friendship or the genetic similarity came first is up for debate. Do we seek out genetically similar friends or do our friendships and mating affect what genes get passed on
“Human beings are one of the few species who form long-term, non-reproductive relationships with other members of our species,” says Fowler.
Analysis for ExomeNext takes place in two steps. In step 1, we look at genes in which mutations have already been associated with disease in humans. In step 2, we look at genes which have not been associated with human disease. How do we keep track of which genes belong in which step though? And how do we evaluate the potential of a gene that has never been reported as being associated with disease in humans to cause disease in the patient we have in front of us? In this podcast we speak with Erica Smith and Deepali Shinde about our ChaD and EMBoDy tools, two systems which allow us to do this type of analysis.
Have you ever wanted to know what you’re really made of? Why your eyes are blue? Are you lactose intolerant? Are you a better sprinter or endurance athlete?
You don’t need to have a Ph-D or M-D to find out. The first home genetic test recently authorized to market by the F-D-A is here. And it can tell you about your health, traits and even your ancestry.
HERE NOW TO TALK ABOUT PERSONAL GENETICS IS DOCTOR EMILY DRABANT-CONLEY, Ph-D, VICE PRESIDENT OF 23-AND-ME.
1. WHY TAKE A GENETIC TEST? WHAT CAN YOU LEARN FROM YOUR D-N-A?
2. GENETICS SEEMS SO COMPLEX. HOW CAN THE AVERAGE PERSON UNDERSTAND OR USE THIS INFORMATION?
3. HOW DOES IT WORK AND HOW DO YOU PROTECT A CUSTOMER’S PRIVACY?
4. WHAT SHOULD PEOPLE DO WITH THIS INFORMATION IF THEY THINK THEY HAVE A MEDICAL CONDITION OR FAMILY HISTORY OF DISEASE?
5. WHAT KIND OF RESEARCH DO YOU DO? HOW DO PEOPLE PARTICIPATE
6. CAN THIS HELP SOMEONE FIND A RELATIVE IF THEY WERE ADOPTED?
Emily Drabant Conley, Ph.D. joined 23andMe in 2010. She is responsible for building strategic partnerships with pharmaceutical and biotech companies, forging research collaborations, and overseeing project execution across a range of therapeutic areas.
As we move into a deeper level of awareness we must bare in mind not that learning new things is not the mark of consciousness but transformation is! It's not about leaving religion and being sexually vapid. It's about innerstanding the power of the body through consciousness, enlightenment and awareness. It's about the sacredness of sex. We will also speak on insights to those newly awakened regarding releasing the shame, healing sexually and shifting the paradigm of what sexuality, intimacy, fucking and all these terms actually convey energetically.
Journey with host: Twilight Ma'at &
Farrah Sharpe Tantra Yoga Teacher
Chef Jay IG: @themeditatingchef "Sacred Sexologist" as we discuss transformation through the unity oneness approach.
Wednesday November 11, 2015
Time: 7pm CST/8pm EST/ 5pm PST
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Let’s face it, there is a HUGE difference between successful people and everyone else. It is easy to assume that it has to do with their background, pedigree or maybe even genetics. However, those assumptions are not only false, they are way of the mark! The difference between successful people and everyone else goes far beyond their “lot in life”, or event what they do.
It has everything to do with one specific quality they have, and JT is going to share that with you in this impactful episode of The High-Altitude Mentorship Show.
Tune in and listen up…your ticket to success is about to get punched.
Fly High. Fly Fast. Fly Far!
As of recently there has been a great influx of talk regarding genetics. Within our community the scholars have been throwing around the terms gene, chromosome, and histones. I would be willing to bet the majority of listeners and viewers are not aware of what DNA and RNA stands for let alone their differences or relationships with one another.
Though science is now becoming a hot topic in the community , it is more on the historical accounts of our legacy mixed with personal ideological rhetoric from lackluster spiritual debunk artist. The conversation of health as it relates to our history and science is being grossly ignored.
All denominations of this community has a greater inclination to discuss matters of trivial and petty back and forth sparring of history than the matter of health by way of food gene consistency that our elders Mama Pill and Dr. Sebi have proven for nearly 50 years.
Come join KT the archdegree as he returns to Know the ledge radio as he presents Sirius Dogma the microbiology of ancient kemet, Kongo, & the Dogon. He will provide the family with the relationship between our ancient history and the instructions they left to maintain health by way of DNA, long lasting life, and optimal experience of personal purpose. Remember animals survive, but children of the stars, we live.