- on jelly fish.
I'm gonna harp on about water again. LOL. Regardless of whether it's in the sky, or in rivers and lakes, or underground in aquifers, or stored as ice, or in the sea and oceans, evetually it all mixes, and touches
We all carry water molecules billions of years old.
We are all predominantly made up of water, yeah?
Science is starting to see that DNA is quantum, and effects the Universe as much as it effects the DNA. That makes DNA a quantum engine of sorts. You mentioned the junk DNA.
Jellies are even more water than we are, and live in it. Maybe they are the connection between our planet, in terms of passing on instructions physically, which are then transmitted, or inducted into the very water they swim in.
Eventually that water will become enfused, and entangled with new instructions, and will impart that into the greater realm, but also localised, and in specific food chains, water ways and climates.
Not sure still about their supposed gravitation towards all things nuclear, but that might have something to do with this entanglement, sending the bad vibes elsewhere?
So maybe the jellies set the tone for anything new? And like PrePer mentioned on the sparrows, eventually spreads the vibe throughout the living world.
That so called junk DNA might just be waiting there to soak up a whole mess of new instructions.
If we take what was written about the French sailors who died, after they had morgellon "LIKE" symptoms, and issues with morphing internally, then it would seem a living entity cannot undertake rapid change without the end result being death.
A painfully slow process might cause a hed ache here and there, but once just ONE piece of junk DNA gets the new messages, it wont take long for the whole system to update.
Thanks for the idea PrePer.
Am I the 100th monkey then?