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Why do vegtables and fruit have the same Dna as us?

 
fallenmonk
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Why do vegtables and fruit have the same Dna as us?
Cabage has something like 40% of our DNA and Bananas 50 %.What are the similarities ?
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Re: Why do vegtables and fruit have the same Dna as us?
... um, cuz 'we' are all earth-links?
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Re: Why do vegtables and fruit have the same Dna as us?
Cabage has something like 40% of our DNA and Bananas 50 %.What are the similarities ?
 Quoting: fallenmonk

Well its like a programing language, take for example C++.
WIth that you have the building blocks to make complex programs such as and operating system like Linux.

Lets say humans are Linux. And cabbage is a spread sheet program.

If you look at the code for both you will find that a lot of it is similar, because its using the same programming language.
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Re: Why do vegtables and fruit have the same Dna as us?
The human DNA has at least 3,000,000,000 nucleotides in sequence I think.Has the Chimp DNA been been fully sequenced?Has the Banana?
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Re: Why do vegtables and fruit have the same Dna as us?
Cabage has something like 40% of our DNA and Bananas 50 %.What are the similarities ?
 Quoting: fallenmonk


Don't let the Dawinists know. It might upset them to know our missing link could well be a cucumber.
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Re: Why do vegtables and fruit have the same Dna as us?
Cabage has something like 40% of our DNA and Bananas 50 %.What are the similarities ?

Well its like a programing language, take for example C++.
WIth that you have the building blocks to make complex programs such as and operating system like Linux.

Lets say humans are Linux. And cabbage is a spread sheet program.

If you look at the code for both you will find that a lot of it is similar, because its using the same programming language.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 682509

You must believe in Intelligent Design then.
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Re: Why do vegtables and fruit have the same Dna as us?
The human DNA has at least 3,000,000,000 nucleotides in sequence I think.Has the Chimp DNA been been fully sequenced?Has the Banana?
 Quoting: fallenmonk


I already answered this in your other thread....

There are plenty of other studies which relate as well but I'm sure you aren't so incompetent that you don't know the way to your local academic library (or know how to use google, but some scientific journals aren't freely available on the web).


[link to www.plosgenetics.org]

Abstract;

Comparative genomics allow us to search the human genome for segments that were extensively changed in the last ~5 million years since divergence from our common ancestor with chimpanzee, but are highly conserved in other species and thus are likely to be functional. We found 202 genomic elements that are highly conserved in vertebrates but show evidence of significantly accelerated substitution rates in human. These are mostly in non-coding DNA, often near genes associated with transcription and DNA binding. Resequencing confirmed that the five most accelerated elements are dramatically changed in human but not in other primates, with seven times more substitutions in human than in chimp. The accelerated elements, and in particular the top five, show a strong bias for adenine and thymine to guanine and cytosine nucleotide changes and are disproportionately located in high recombination and high guanine and cytosine content environments near telomeres, suggesting either biased gene conversion or isochore selection. In addition, there is some evidence of directional selection in the regions containing the two most accelerated regions. A combination of evolutionary forces has contributed to accelerated evolution of the fastest evolving elements in the human genome.
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Re: Why do vegtables and fruit have the same Dna as us?
Cabage has something like 40% of our DNA and Bananas 50 %.What are the similarities ?

Well its like a programing language, take for example C++.
WIth that you have the building blocks to make complex programs such as and operating system like Linux.

Lets say humans are Linux. And cabbage is a spread sheet program.

If you look at the code for both you will find that a lot of it is similar, because its using the same programming language.

You must believe in Intelligent Design then.
 Quoting: fallenmonk


There is no evidence at all that would implicate an intelligent designer. And as long as religions claim it's meta-physical it can't be included (and when they do claim their god is based in reality then that god can (and most likely will be) falsifiable, just as science now can explain why there is lightning and that there isn't a god called Thor with a massive hammer up in the sky creating lightning).
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Re: Why do vegtables and fruit have the same Dna as us?
Cabage has something like 40% of our DNA and Bananas 50 %.What are the similarities ?
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Because we are all Borg. Resistance is futile.
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Re: Why do vegtables and fruit have the same Dna as us?
Why do vegtables,fruit and worms have the same DNA as us?

Because somebidy modified it,they cut ~90 % of human cappabilities.
They need Homo Sapiens just to work like slaves.They started this because of gold mining first,but now they sucking much more.
This dirty job is done by reptilian looking creatures hiden underground for thousand years(so colled hell).They work thru their "choosen people" giving special knowelege and promises.
Read that bible if not clear.
In it,in a begining it says:"Do anything you want here,but gold bring to me.All of it!".

And They,those in power,still doing that!!!!!!
Think about it,how much of that shit you got in your house?Where is it?

Why all this is a secret?
Why so many secrets arround?
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Re: Why do vegtables and fruit have the same Dna as us?
The human DNA has at least 3,000,000,000 nucleotides in sequence I think.Has the Chimp DNA been been fully sequenced?Has the Banana?


I already answered this in your other thread....

There are plenty of other studies which relate as well but I'm sure you aren't so incompetent that you don't know the way to your local academic library (or know how to use google, but some scientific journals aren't freely available on the web).


[link to www.plosgenetics.org]

Abstract;

Comparative genomics allow us to search the human genome for segments that were extensively changed in the last ~5 million years since divergence from our common ancestor with chimpanzee, but are highly conserved in other species and thus are likely to be functional. We found 202 genomic elements that are highly conserved in vertebrates but show evidence of significantly accelerated substitution rates in human. These are mostly in non-coding DNA, often near genes associated with transcription and DNA binding. Resequencing confirmed that the five most accelerated elements are dramatically changed in human but not in other primates, with seven times more substitutions in human than in chimp. The accelerated elements, and in particular the top five, show a strong bias for adenine and thymine to guanine and cytosine nucleotide changes and are disproportionately located in high recombination and high guanine and cytosine content environments near telomeres, suggesting either biased gene conversion or isochore selection. In addition, there is some evidence of directional selection in the regions containing the two most accelerated regions. A combination of evolutionary forces has contributed to accelerated evolution of the fastest evolving elements in the human genome.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 669235

Libraries are becoming scarce in the UK.Thanks i did read everything.How can they search for changes in the Human Genome for the last 5 million years when Humans have only been around 200,000 years or a max 400,000 years according to my science book.
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Re: Why do vegtables and fruit have the same Dna as us?
Cabage has something like 40% of our DNA and Bananas 50 %.What are the similarities ?


Don't let the Dawinists know. It might upset them to know our missing link could well be a cucumber.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 641467

chuckle
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05/23/2009 03:32 PM
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Re: Why do vegtables and fruit have the same Dna as us?
I believe in intelligent design~

Look, I drew a circle in full, self-aware consciousnesses. Done.
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05/23/2009 03:36 PM
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Re: Why do vegtables and fruit have the same Dna as us?
This is why humans should'nt eat veggies and fruit, it's tantamount to canibalism. Stick to eating pigs, it's much safer.
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Re: Why do vegtables and fruit have the same Dna as us?
Cabage has something like 40% of our DNA and Bananas 50 %.What are the similarities ?
 Quoting: fallenmonk


Don't tell the Muslims. Next, they will create a video about the evils of the unclean cabbage and how cabbage growers should die.
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Re: Why do vegtables and fruit have the same Dna as us?
ana speedbanan bdance ltana rastabanan broccoli flower pump2
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Re: Why do vegtables and fruit have the same Dna as us?
This is why humans should'nt eat veggies and fruit, it's tantamount to canibalism. Stick to eating pigs, it's much safer.
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I totally agree. beer2
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Re: Why do vegtables and fruit have the same Dna as us?
"How can they search for changes in the Human Genome for the last 5 million years when Humans have only been around 200,000 years or a max 400,000 years according to my science book."

>>Roughly five million years ago, there was a hominid 'explosion' if you will...
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Re: Why do vegtables and fruit have the same Dna as us?
you can eat it, you can process it.. right?
Then it's compatible!
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Re: Why do vegtables and fruit have the same Dna as us?
ana speedbanan bdance ltana rastabanan broccoli flower pump2
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 679499

You like the smilie collection dont ya LOL
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Re: Why do vegtables and fruit have the same Dna as us?
"How can they search for changes in the Human Genome for the last 5 million years when Humans have only been around 200,000 years or a max 400,000 years according to my science book."

>>Roughly five million years ago, there was a hominid 'explosion' if you will...
 Quoting: Sinanju 673892

So you believe that there was some gravel around, along with some dirt. Nearby was some water, and overhead a lightning storm. The lightning hit the dirt and made living creatures complete with DNA. They not only had their complete genetic code, but they were also immediately able to eat, digest food, move about, perform enzymatic and glandular functions, and all the rest.
Instantly, they automatically knew how to produce additional cells, and their DNA began dividing, their cells began making new ones, and every new cell could immediately do the myriad of functions that cells can and must do.That same stroke of lightning made both a male and a female pair, and their complete digestive, respiratory, and circulatory organs. It provided them with complete ability to produce offspring and they in turn more offspring. That same stroke of lightning also made their food, with all its own DNA, male and female pairs, etc., etc.I wish you luck.
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Re: Why do vegtables and fruit have the same Dna as us?
Equal rights for vegetables?
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Re: Why do vegtables and fruit have the same Dna as us?
The human DNA has at least 3,000,000,000 nucleotides in sequence I think.Has the Chimp DNA been been fully sequenced?Has the Banana?


I already answered this in your other thread....

There are plenty of other studies which relate as well but I'm sure you aren't so incompetent that you don't know the way to your local academic library (or know how to use google, but some scientific journals aren't freely available on the web).


[link to www.plosgenetics.org]

Abstract;

Comparative genomics allow us to search the human genome for segments that were extensively changed in the last ~5 million years since divergence from our common ancestor with chimpanzee, but are highly conserved in other species and thus are likely to be functional. We found 202 genomic elements that are highly conserved in vertebrates but show evidence of significantly accelerated substitution rates in human. These are mostly in non-coding DNA, often near genes associated with transcription and DNA binding. Resequencing confirmed that the five most accelerated elements are dramatically changed in human but not in other primates, with seven times more substitutions in human than in chimp. The accelerated elements, and in particular the top five, show a strong bias for adenine and thymine to guanine and cytosine nucleotide changes and are disproportionately located in high recombination and high guanine and cytosine content environments near telomeres, suggesting either biased gene conversion or isochore selection. In addition, there is some evidence of directional selection in the regions containing the two most accelerated regions. A combination of evolutionary forces has contributed to accelerated evolution of the fastest evolving elements in the human genome.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 669235

Hydrogen cyanide is not quite the same, as is using sugars or whatever to do the experiment.Did they even replicate tymine?
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