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
I’ve said this for years. Not much here, but I am posting it for further discussion.
Update: New ALS drug? Has Stephen Hawking been using this drug the whole time? Coincidence or deliberate that Hawking is now in a new cosmo nonsense series?
In one of the most blatant cases of (simulated) disabled abuse, we have another silly story.
Leave it to renowned physicist Stephen Hawking to be the bearer of incredibly interesting yet wildly depressing news about the state of the world. In his forthcoming documentary for BBC, Expedition New Earth, Hawking predicts that planet Earth will only survive for the next 100 years.
I hope no one is paying attention to this simulated psientist. If people really thought about it (and they don’t) they might ask has does someone with ALS survive so long? What is the secret?
Who wrote the software to convert cheek twitches into complex written theories? That guy is the real genius.
Sometimes I think we will make it off this planet before everyone realises that we can’t.
Hawking has a rare early-onset, slow-progressing form of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) that has gradually paralysed him over the decades. He now communicates using a single cheek muscle attached to a speech-generating device.
The average life expectancy of a person with ALS is two to five years from the time of diagnosis. However, it varies greatly:
- Over 50 percent of people with ALS live more than three years.
- Twenty percent live five years or more.
- Ten percent live 10 or more years.
- Five percent will live more than 20 years
Hoi, KHam, Rochello, Farcevalue, and El Sushi talk about the satellite hoax (it’s really just one big near shore big cable network).
Good GPS expose from Canadian Paul Sandu.
Illusions are certainly related to fakeology.
Today I declare the climate science “debate” to be mostly an illusion. You think you live in a world in which there are climate science skeptics on one side of the debate, and climate scientists, plus their believers, on the other side. And you think they are talking about the same thing. That isn’t what’s happening. It’s mostly an illusion.I mean this literally. You perceive a debate, but that is mostly a shared hallucination.
Source: The Climate Science Debate Illusion | Scott Adams’ Blog
Energy and minerals are a control mechanism.