Great interchange in our #alchemical-hustle thread.
October 18, 2017
The best place to conduct a lie is where people can’t see. As above, so below, “space” and underwater.
With few able to check, these are great places to make up fiction, science fiction, as in Jules Verne, responsible for most modern fiction a century later.
Here’s a misdirection hoax story. Most that understand the Great Lakes know this story is impossible, but how many take it a step further and question how much of the submarine story is fake?
We know they exist on the surface, but once they go under water and out of sight, what exactly is going on? Is this where Hellyweird takes over?
DNA is simply digital blood testing. There is no double helix, no RNA, no way to narrow down who you are by spitting into a cup. I doubt chromosomes exist too, in reality, our micro world is as fictive as our macro outer space world. You’re looking at made up art and science fiction concepts.
The 23 and me and ancestry tests are also pure fiction. The application simply gives them enough info to fit you in their massive family tree,which is full of countries and ethnicities for them to tell you about.
Here’s a clip from 958.nashownotes.com… trashing the tests, helping prove a larger lie.
At 1:35:33, @adamcurry actually questions Stephen Hawking and calls it a hoax. Another leak in the gatekeeping.
Great story on data roaming in Europe as well.
* Duration: 2:45h, Played: 1:35h
Further to the concept that micro space science is most likely a hoax, I propose that DNA itself is a hoax. There are no double strands, and I am skeptical about chromosomes as well.
In 1986 or so DNA testing came online. What else happened at this time? The widespread use and mass production of the micro processor.
My guess is that computers and blood tests were integrated to database the micro characteristics of blood. While ordinary record keeping is good for general characteristics, only a computer can keep track of millions of variables.
Even the language surrounding DNA testing is amusing. Mini and micro satellites are in our blood and part of the test!
In its earliest incarnation this technique was performed by restriction of 0.5–10?g extracted DNA using the restriction enzyme HinFI, followed by Southern blotting hybridisation designed to bind to multiple ‘minisatellites’ present in the restricted DNA