Sunday, April 12, 2015

RNAi Pluripotency Destruct END OF LIFE (not kidding)

GMO RNAi as a spray has already been shown to stop the process of growth of fascia...
What is connective tissue fibers, primarily collagen, that form sheets or bands beneath the skin to attach, stabilize, enclose, and separate muscles and other internal organs.

Fascia is the plumbing for water in our bodies...Our bodies make water from oxygen. 95% of the air we breath is made into water. Fascia also has other functions...It holds us together, like a spider web, or Matrix...

Fascia also is what makes us be able to stand up...Without it we would be a lump of tissues and bones laying on the other words it holds us together.

"..recently, even more evidence has emerged of the mysteries of fascia. For example, the behavior of water that interacts with protein in the human body is becoming clearer. In an article "Water is 'Designer Fluid' that Helps Proteins Change Shape, Scientists Say," Dr. Martin Gruebele, University of Illinois, explains: "Water in our bodies has different physical properties from ordinary bulk water, because of the presence of proteins and other biomolecules. Proteins change the properties of water to perform particular tasks in different parts of our cells. Water can be viewed as a 'designer fluid' in living cells." "
To read the full article go to:

The recent discovery of quantum vibrations in "microtubules" inside brain neurons corroborates this theory, according to review authors. They suggest that EEG rhythms (brain waves) also derive from deeper level microtubule vibrations, and that from a practical standpoint, treating brain microtubule vibrations could benefit a host of mental, neurological, and cognitive conditions.

Microtubules are cytoskeleton and is an intracellular matrix that supports cell shape and function. The matrix is a dynamic structure composed of three main proteins, which are capable of rapid assembly or disassembly dependent on the cell's requirements.[1]

Cytoskeleton communicates with fascia which is the plumbing system of our bodies...Carries our waters...And when we say vibrations...This is what vibrates...
I'm still putting it together, but there is a way to explain why you need peace and love in your life to be healthy, with  less constricted, tense, manic, at odds with yourself, confused, unhappy, uncomfortable and depression in life...

Good vibrations truly can make us at peace, and comfortably grateful to be alive...

I would like to bring to everyone's attention  RNAi , or Ribonucleic acid it is a polymeric molecule. It is implicated in various biological roles in coding, decoding,regulation, and expression of genes. DNA and RNA arenucleic acids, and, along with proteins and carbohydrates, constitute the three major macromolecules essential for all known forms of life. Like DNA, RNA is assembled as a chain of nucleotides, but unlike DNA it is more often found in nature as a single-strand folded unto itself, rather than a paired double-strand. Cellular organisms use messenger RNA (mRNA) to convey genetic information (using the letters G, A, U, and C to denote the nitrogenous basesguanine, adenine, uracil and cytosine) that directs synthesis of specific proteins. Many viruses encode their genetic information using an RNA genome.
Some RNA molecules play an active role within cells by catalyzing biological reactions, controlling gene expression, or sensing and communicating responses to cellular signals. One of these active processes is protein synthesis, a universal function whereby mRNA molecules direct the assembly of proteins on ribosomes. This process usestransfer RNA (tRNA) molecules to deliver amino acids to the ribosome, where ribosomal RNA (rRNA) links amino acids together to form proteins.

USDA Clears RNAi-modified Potato, Alfalfa

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – The US Department of Agriculture has deregulated two RNAi-modified crop plants, potato and alfalfa, deeming that they do not pose a risk to other plants and therefore are not subject to certain regulatory requirements.
The potatoes, known as Innate potatoes, were developed by JR Simplot and use RNAi to lower the levels of a compound called acrylamide, a human neurotoxicant and potential carcinogen that sometimes forms in potatoes under high-temperature cooking conditions such as deep frying. RNAi is also used to silence genes involved in the formation of black spot bruises, which can result during the handling of potatoes during harvest, transport, and processing.
The alfalfa, called HarvXtra alfalfa, uses the gene-silencing technology to reduce the synthesis of lignin, which decreases the digestability of the plant as it matures. Developed by Forage Genetics in collaboration with Monsanto, the alfalfa is designed to give growers more time to allow the plant to grow before it must be harvested.
In both cases, the USDA said that it evaluated the modified plants for their potential to "directly or indirectly injure or cause disease or damage" in or to any plant or plant product. Based on information supplied by the companies, as well as comments solicited from the public and scientific experts, it determined that Innate potatoes and HarvXtra alfalfa are "unlikely to pose a plant pest risk and therefore are no longer subject to our regulations governing the introduction of certain [genetically engineered] organisms."
In a statement, Simplot said that it is pleased with the determination and that it is awaiting completion of a review by the US Food and Drug Administration before licensing Innate potatoes to partners in limited test markets next year.
The Innate potato and HarvXtra alfalfa are not the first RNAi-modified food products to reach the US market. Monsanto previously developed a strain of soybeans called Vistive Gold that use the gene-silencing technology to yield trans-fat-free and reduced-saturated-fat oil.
Meanwhile, the USDA is currently reviewing an apple developed by Okanagan Specialty Fruits that uses RNAi to eliminate browning.
The USDA's signing off on the two crops comes at a time when ag-bio firms are increasingly looking to RNAi to create plants with improved traits, which also is bringing increased scrutiny of the technology.
In response to the USDA's recent rulings, the Center for Food Safety, a non-profit that frequently challenges genetically engineered crops, contended that the agency is rushing RNAi forward, citing a recent Environmental Protection Agency panel review of the technology.
However, that review was related to the use of RNAi for insecticidal applications. Unlike with Innate potatoes or HarvXtra alfalfa, this application of the technology involves the transfer of dsRNA to other organisms to inhibit exogenous gene expression, rather than its use to silence endogenous genes.
As reported by Gene Silencing News, an EPA panel earlier this year found that there is likely to be little danger associated with the use of pesticidal RNAi to humans and other mammals. Still, it expressed concern over uncertainties about their potential effects on the environment and non-target insects.
The potatoes are growing already...And people are eating them...This is even hard for me to comprehend the thought....When I read this...

ASK SOME QUESTIONS...?The researchers treated some human stem cells with a small amount of RNA designed to suppress HERV-H. Doing so, they found, removed the stem cell's ability to develop into any human cell—instead they would only grow into cells that resembled fibroblasts—cells normally found in connective tissue. A closer look revealed that suppressing HERV-H also suppressed the production of proteins necessary for pluripotency. Thus, at least in humans, the remnant viral DNA appears to be necessary for normal human development—without it, human life would be impossible.
Because of the role HERV-H plays in pluripotency, its possible other remnant viral DNA plays a role in human development as well,...
NOW, if the DNA GMO manipulated plants are creating their own viral changes...that nobody in the world of biotech has said one word about, and actually trolls the internet to discredit......then what exactly are we supposed to expect?

Regulators Discover a Hidden Viral Gene in Commercial GMO Crops 

January 21, 2013 BiotechnologyCommentaries,Health 150 Comments
by Jonathan Latham and Allison Wilson
How should a regulatory agency announce they have discovered something potentially very important about the safety of products they have been approving for over twenty years?
In the course of analysis to identify potential allergens in GMO crops, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has belatedly discovered that the most common genetic regulatory sequence in commercial GMOs also encodes a significant fragment of a viral gene (Podevin and du Jardin 2012). This finding has serious ramifications for crop biotechnology and its regulation, but possibly even greater ones for consumers and farmers. This is because there are clear indications that this viral gene (called Gene VI) might not be safe for human consumption. It also may disturb the normal functioning of crops, including their natural pest resistance.
Cauliflower Mosaic Virus
What Podevin and du Jardin discovered is that of the 86 different transgenic events (unique insertions of foreign DNA) commercialized to-date in the United States 54 contain portions of Gene VI within them. They include any with a widely used gene regulatory sequence called the CaMV 35S promoter (from the cauliflower mosaic virus; CaMV). Among the affected transgenic events are some of the most widely grown GMOs, including Roundup Ready soybeans (40-3-2) and MON810 maize. They include the controversial NK603 maize recently reported as causing tumors in rats (Seralini et al. 2012).

The researchers themselves concluded that the presence of segments of Gene VI “might result in unintended phenotypic changes”. They reached this conclusion because similar fragments of Gene VI have already been shown to be active on their own (e.g. De Tapia et al. 1993). In other words, the EFSA researchers were unable to rule out a hazard to public health or the environment.

In general, viral genes expressed in plants raise both agronomic and human health concerns (reviewed in Latham and Wilson 2008). This is because many viral genes function to disable their host in order to facilitate pathogen invasion. Often, this is achieved by incapacitating specific anti-pathogen defenses. 

Incorporating such genes could clearly lead to undesirable and unexpected outcomes in agriculture. Furthermore, viruses that infect plants are often not that different from viruses that infect humans. For example, sometimes the genes of human and plant viruses are interchangeable, while on other occasions inserting plant viral fragments as transgenes has caused the genetically altered plant to become susceptible to an animal virus (Dasgupta et al. 2001). Thus, in various ways, inserting viral genes accidentally into crop plants and the food supply confers a significant potential for harm.
! Listen to these trolls trying to attack the person who is a qualified scientist, and who is reporting this to us !
! And something that was reported by an official agency in the EU...the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), late one Friday night as a news release...!
Karen Chun says:
The Mosaic virus is in most GMOs ON PURPOSE – it is the mechanism which stimulates the plant to reproduce the foreign DNA. Without it, you could splice genes all you want but they wouldn’t reproduce.
  • Karen Chun says:
    I should add that the “promoter” gene that is attached to GMO DNA, not only stimulates the inserted genes to “express” or turn on and copy themselves — but it also “promotes” other virus DNA. There’s a lot of ancient (and not active) virus material in our DNA. Some of it is very bad when it gets turned on – like that which causes leukemia..
    For those with some molecular biology background, understanding the process by which GMOs are created, makes one FAR more concerned than just reading about the effects! Logically, what the GMO guys are doing is fraught with danger to not only our health but that of the plants.
    • jrlatham says:
      Hi Karen
      I hope the article is clear that the viral promoter is there on purpose but Gene VI is not. Re your point about the methods used to make GMOs, our paper (Wilson et al. 2006) and another one that is shorter and more concise (The Mutational Consequences of Plant Transformation) are the best resources we know of to find out the gruesome details of the different methods.
      • Ari says:
        No, Gene VI encodes the P6 protein – a nuclear shuttle protein, and is part of the viral infection cycle:
        Maybe if the PUBLIC funded science instead of only the private sector, we could perform more thorough research into these endeavors prior to public release for consumption. Maybe instead of demonizing the science itself and writing alarmist articles, one could release factual evidence that doesn’t use buzz words only meant to frighten the general public and immediately turn into Facebook memes propagated by the fearfully ignorant.
        Also, I read the abstract of this article, but since I’m a broke grad student (btw, actually have a degree in molecular biology, would like to see credentials of these authors if possible) I can’t afford to pay $29 to read it ahead of publication. Maybe there is something in this article that warrants a more alarmist standpoint, but from what I have read (and this includes previous literature that was likely cited in this particular article) this is actually A. a good thing, the evaluation of possible complications due to this common process and B. not something to panic over.
        Lest we forget that a good portion of GM is a process nearly identical to the practice of crop modification that has been carried out by humanity for THOUSANDS of years – just in a more precise way. That is not the case for all, but it is pertinent to say that not all GMOs can be lumped into one ‘evil’ category. Straight up. Don’t believe the hype.
        • jrlatham says:
          I am sorry you cannot access the paper easily/cheaply but the journal has an open access option which EFSA chose not to use. Consequently, you cannot see the research you (if you are a European tax payer) paid for. Unfortunately this means that we cannot make this available to you without breaching copyright. It is a deeply sad thing that this situation persists over much of science, the only people who are able easily to change this are scientists themselves and they have chosen not to do so.
          Yes, Gene VI makes protein P6, but rather than introduce another term you will see we called it the protein produced by Gene VI, etc.
          It is true GMO crops also go through steps of conventional breeding (unless they are papaya or trees in which they may not) but GMO breeding (tissue culture, shooting with particles, infecting with microbes, insereting foreign genes, etc) has next to nothing in common with what we have been doing for thousands of years.
          The people in this story who are the fearfully ignorant are not the public who want labeling so they can avoid GMOs but the regulators who fear industry and for their jobs and wish to remain ignorant of the risks.
      • GMO Wheat Silences DNA in Humans, Children Will Die Before Age 5

        Recently, Australian researchers claimed to have developed a form of salt-tolerant wheat that would allow farmers to grow crops in soil with high salinity.

        Heinemann discovered that the molecules developed in this wheat, intended to silence wheat genes, can match human genes. With consumption, these molecules can enter the human body and potentially silence our genes, he explained. “The findings are absolutely assured. There is no doubt that these matches exist.”

        Flinders University Professor Judy Carman and Safe Food Foundation (SFF) Director Scott Kinnear accepted Heinemann’s analysis.

        Just last year, scientists from Rothamsted Research, based in Hertfordshire, used biotechnological tools to genetically engineer a wheat plant that produced high levels of an aphid repelling odour.

        That strain of wheat would not require treatment with insecticide because it would repel colonisation by the aphid pests and also attract natural predators. Critics charged that there are natural symbioses that take place between aphids and crops which are essential to their survival and the initiative to repel colonisation is another direct attack on much larger ecosystems.

        “These scientists are very short-sighted and they aren’t looking at the whole picture and consequences of introducing GM wheat. There are many bacterial symbioses that take place between aphids and other microorganisms that will affect their entire ecosystem should an intolerant species be introduced into the food chain,” said microbiologist Joseph Sagarese.

      • “If this silences the same gene in us that it silences in the wheat — well, children who are born with this enzyme not working tend to die by the age of about five,” stated Professor Carman. And I will bet you it is being tested next to your house if you live in Kihei, or what if you stumble onto one of their fields around here...It's a it only has to enter through your skin...

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