Developmental DNA – what DNA can and cannot do.
DNA is the beginning of life. It is the information that makes for a completely new human being that comes from the germ cells of male and female parental donors. The process of meiosis or cell division that takes place only in the germ or reproductive systems of both males and females, reduces the normal diploid or double number of chromosomes down to the 23 pairs that then make up respectively a sperm or ovum(egg). This DNA carries all the information that has been inherited from both parents which when joined at sexual reproduction results in the creation of a new individual containing features or traits derived from both family trees. This union of sperm and egg called a zygote then implants in the wall of the female uterus to be nurtured in the woman’s body until it reaches a state of development that it can survive the process of labor and delivery. It is the responsibility of DNA to prepare the new life with all the organs and tissues that are necessary to receive a soul or spirit at birth. At birth this spirit or soul then becomes the dominant force in the life of the individual, for it is the soul or spirit that records all the life experiences of the individual that then makes the possibility of a new DNA in the succeeding lifetime. All this exists in the spiral of life that goes forever upward . Hence DNA is developmental for the body only during the intrauterine tenure. DNA creates the body that houses the spirit which creates new DNA in the afterlife.
Once the new body or baby is born, DNA has done its job of providing the vehicle that is then used in the great journey called life. DNA, therefore is more important inside the womb than outside. Once the brain is developed and enters the environment a new mode of operation proceeds henceforth that allows the new being to respond and adapt to the environment or world outside. There can be no interference from DNA in this process for it would be counterproductive to let what once was, control what is in the process of becoming. You are freed from your DNA at birth to be able to soar to new heights or fall to lower depths depending on the chosen path of the individual. Yes it is choice and it is the environment not DNA that determines your fate after birth. DNA functions after birth to only repair or replace body processes and structures. Instead, you are now a child of the universe whose brain and hormonal systems then affect the further development of the newborn to adulthood and old age.
The Pineal gland at delivery is at its maximum size at any time in your life. It is the birth gland. In unison with signals coming from the brain and from the cosmos, it controls all developmental milestones including birth, puberty and the climacteric. The number of lunar cycles and sun cycles for example will cause the pineal gland to secrete hormones to take us through puberty. After puberty the pineal gland appears to calcify to the point that the medical profession considers it a vestigial organ at this point. However, all research to date indicates that despite calcification this gland continues to secrete so many chemicals that they are unable to be qualified or quantified. A book on the pineal calls the gland the great transducer in that one cell in the gland can secrete one chemical or hormone one moment and can completely morph into one secreting an entirely different hormone. This is how the brain influences further identity of the individual that is still in development from a mental or spiritual standpoint. What is learned or experienced can then be translated into a chemical that is brain based that then tells the pineal to secrete chemicals to influence the germ cells of the individual. Most importantly this occurs in the male instead of the female. Males continue to create sperm the whole reproductive life. Females have all of their eggs at the moment of birth. Jesus was therefore a geneticist before genetics was discovered. He said, “The sins of the father are passed to the offspring” What men do or learn can affect their offspring in this lifetime and the next. It also applies to women however who can have mutations to occur in their egg DNA even though men seem to be more amenable to mutations since they constantly create germ cells on a daily basis.
DNA, when analyzed, will tell you who you were in the womb, not who you are now later in life. DNA has done its job at birth and is pretty much dormant thereafter. Hormones, the brain and glands now create the chemicals necessary to OPERATE the body. DNA creates the body and the brain and endocrine system operate it. We have to eat proteins and amino acids to operate the body. Nuclear DNA is used to make or code for proteins that are used to replace the developmental ones that have degraded. Your brain and hormones determine what diseases will develop after birth. If an abnormality is not detectable at birth then it is not a DNA disorder. You cannot look at DNA without understanding hormones and their influence on the PHENOTYPE or function of genes.
DNA is a chemical. It is intact and functional while in its normal habitat inside the nucleus of a cell. Once DNA leaves its home in the nucleus it is subjected to a non-conducive environment for its function and or stability as a molecule. DNA is submicroscopic, since it is not only smaller than a cell in the body but is also smaller that the nucleus of the cell. This is smaller than most instruments can see. The process of extracting DNA from a cell nucleus or home environment subjects this chemical to chemicals in the environment. Air exposure causes the chemicals in air to interact with the DNA molecule. It is therefore impossible to find a DNA molecule on any surface that has not been changed or modified while exposed to chemicals, viruses and bacteria that are found also in the same location. Bacteria consume chemicals and proteins found on surfaces including DNA. The bacterial DNA and other chemical substances found then become inseparable from the human DNA they contact.
DNA is composed of only four bases that bind to only one base. A binds or links with T. C binds with G. A is adenosine T is thymine. C is cytosine and G is guanine. There are millions of these base pairs linked in a single double stranded DNA molecule. There is no way that these bases can be studied to see which patterns are involved in genetic expression. DNA in the laboratory analysis is in solution, So how you find on a molecule any particular location consistently is extremely difficult if not impossible. In other words, you cannot find the beginning or end of the molecule once it is mixed in solution. The only way DNA can be studied is when it is in the form of chromosomes. Chromosomes are intact structures and have a stereotypical appearance that can be observed in a powerful microscope. Hence, diseases like trisomy 21 are genetic conditions that can be discovered since there is a visible extra chromosome at location 21. Looking at bases or base pairs on chromosomes therefore is in the realm of science fiction.
DNA analysis is therefore attempting to do the impossible. However noble their attempts have been to do so, it is not possible to identify any genes when not in the arrangement of a chromosome. The reported analysis of DNA that is more than a few hours old is therefore highly suspect. Million year old, 18 year old and hours old DNA cannot be analyzed other than in the form of chromosomes. In this regard, the recent case of the man exonerated via DNA after eighteen years is highly suspect if not completely impossible. This man who was convicted of a rape but then released, subsequently killed another woman. This is therefore a tragedy that could have been prevented if DNA were not used to free this individual. The man’s violent and murderous potential was more than obvious in this case.
Let’s start being honest about the real use or potential use of DNA analysis. It appears that some even in the legal profession want to use DNA to get criminals to confess or to prove them guilty. DNA cannot be used to cure the ills of a sick and violent society no matter how noble the attempt may be. Instead of using it for confessions the science has morphed into a money making proposition for some unscrupulous and opportunistic individuals and agencies. This recent case is a classic example of how DNA can lead to tragic consequences. It is indeed possible that DNA was used to exonerate this person who then tried to sue the same individuals who freed him using this DNA. Maybe some knew that his exoneration was bogus and when he committed a murder when released, they felt obligated to put him back where he belonged in the first place. When he tried to sue for millions it was the final insult that could not be tolerated. On the other hand, the defense attorneys might have wanted to scam the system by having DNA release the man for the sole purpose of a future law suit. But when he murdered, the defense along with the legal system felt obligated to convict him for his heinous deeds. This case should now expose the fallacies and corruption in existence in DNA forensics.