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Every one of us has 400 genetic flaws and about 2 mutations that lead to disease

 
Peter Weyland
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12/07/2012 07:39 PM
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Every one of us has 400 genetic flaws and about 2 mutations that lead to disease
[link to news.discovery.com]

Our genome is more flawed than previously thought.

We've got work to do... damned
Anonymous Coward (OP)
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12/07/2012 07:45 PM
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Re: Every one of us has 400 genetic flaws and about 2 mutations that lead to disease
From the article:

"The human genome is packed with pervasive, architectural flaws."

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12/07/2012 07:47 PM
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Re: Every one of us has 400 genetic flaws and about 2 mutations that lead to disease
All that is probably because of all the nuclear bomb testing by the US, China, France etc., Chernobyl, the Karachay Lake disaster, and all the stuff like that, asbestos, thalidomide etc. pp.

For future generations we can add Fukushima, any possible nuclear disaster, genetically manipulated food, mobile phone and WiFi waves, ......................

I doubt the list get shorter.
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12/07/2012 07:54 PM
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Re: Every one of us has 400 genetic flaws and about 2 mutations that lead to disease
All that is probably because of all the nuclear bomb testing by the US, China, France etc., Chernobyl, the Karachay Lake disaster, and all the stuff like that, asbestos, thalidomide etc. pp.

For future generations we can add Fukushima, any possible nuclear disaster, genetically manipulated food, mobile phone and WiFi waves, ......................

I doubt the list get shorter.
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No, it's because that's what genes do, and on average according to that article we have about 400 mutations. It's what keeps animals going through millions of years.
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12/07/2012 08:12 PM

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Re: Every one of us has 400 genetic flaws and about 2 mutations that lead to disease
All that is probably because of all the nuclear bomb testing by the US, China, France etc., Chernobyl, the Karachay Lake disaster, and all the stuff like that, asbestos, thalidomide etc. pp.

For future generations we can add Fukushima, any possible nuclear disaster, genetically manipulated food, mobile phone and WiFi waves, ......................

I doubt the list get shorter.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29283388


No, it's because that's what genes do, and on average according to that article we have about 400 mutations. It's what keeps animals going through millions of years.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16439676


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Anonymous Coward
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12/07/2012 08:14 PM
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Re: Every one of us has 400 genetic flaws and about 2 mutations that lead to disease
Sponsored by pharX buy yours today since all disease is genetic and there is no cure just take these meds the rest of your life.

Yet when the diet is changed the conditions is reversed proving it was dietary related all along, not genetic or hereditary.

There is no test to prove most disease are genetic. It's just something doctors repeat with no lab test to prove it.
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12/07/2012 08:17 PM
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Re: Every one of us has 400 genetic flaws and about 2 mutations that lead to disease
Wait a minute...why are these considered flaws? Is it not in the nature of nature itself to have "flaws" and differentiation between one another?
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12/07/2012 08:50 PM
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Re: Every one of us has 400 genetic flaws and about 2 mutations that lead to disease
Wait a minute...why are these considered flaws? Is it not in the nature of nature itself to have "flaws" and differentiation between one another?
 Quoting: Mrbillybadass


I was thinking something similar, because some mutations are bad and some are good, so they can't just all be classified as flaws.

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