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Neanderthal dental tartar reveals medicine

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#16    coolguy

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Posted 23 July 2012 - 06:14 AM

its could be that they knew what plants to eat to make them selfs better,,


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Posted 16 August 2012 - 01:54 AM

Well as we can't reverse engineer the DNA back down  evolutionary ladder we could assume that the genes are only biological trait markers.. like computer programs of an avatar in a computer game?  I like the idea of the Holographical Concept of Reality.. it supports the idea that tweaking the genes in a DNA, cutting and splicing won't change the original program of the DNA into another species... but I gather we can add capabilities to what we have.. eg adding spider silk traits to a goat created a goat that can produce a strong spider silk in it's milk.  They are now thinking of adding human genes to cows so that they produce something similar to breast milk...  but it won't turn the cow into a human.. http://biophysics.50...om/custom4.html





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