Joyanna Adams

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After Spending Billions, Scientists State the Obvious…

 

Nobody Cares

Tell me that they didn’t already know this:DNA two

Plain old bad luck plays a major role in determining who gets cancer and who does not, according to researchers who found that two-thirds of cancer incidence of various types can be blamed on random mutations and not heredity or risky habits like smoking.

The researchers said on Thursday random DNA mutations accumulating in various parts of the body during ordinary cell division are the prime culprits behind many cancer types.

It’s amazing isn’t it? The truth appears before our eyes day after day, and yet, someone somewhere spends billions on research to verify what they already know to be true…in other words, DNA is fact. If your mother had breast cancer, odds are, you might get it too.

Every time you go to the doctor’s office you have to give your family’s medical history…and why is that? Because they ALREADY know this.

So here’s the question: If genetics is two-thirds of the reason you might get your parents disease, can we also conclude that you will also get other things from your parents like the proclivity to love to climb trees or play basketball, or have a higher IQ?wonder

The Bell Curve authors were blasted out of the scientific community for saying that the Jews had the highest IQ’s of the human race, god forbid the facts should also support that. It’s not to say that some races are smarter than others, because, as Thomas Sowell has pointed out, in evolutionary sense of the world, geography has played a major part in the development of the different races, but if the proclivity to be 7’6″ tall, gives you an advantage to be on the winning NBA teams, then doesn’t the proclivity to be able to figure out schematics in your brain without a computer also come from some genetic DNA?

Of course it does.

Strokes run in my family, so when my doctor tells me I should be concerned about my heart, I always tell them right up front: “Doc, I will either die of a stroke or pneumonia, and if you want my heart, go ahead and take it….just be sure you don’t give it to a politician, genetically speaking. because–trust me–if given to a politician like Hillary Clinton. it would immediately stop beating.

And someday some scientist will tell you why.

 

January 2, 2015 Posted by | science, Uncategorized | , | 2 Comments

   

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