Coping: What’s With Our DNA?

imageReader Jeffrey G was on a tear last night – he was clipping and sending articles out for all he was worth.

Unlike many, though, since he is a ‘spectable lawyerly fellow by day, there was actually something of a theme to the suggested reading he passed along.  And now, I’m about to pass some of it along to you because it centers on this thing I call the “Upright Ape Problem.”

And that is?

Well, there are a couple of ways to look at it.  Let’s say you have a bible handy and some ancient history books to go with it:  There is not much agreements…unless…..

About here,  our readership will split into two halves.  One half will be the pure science people who will argue that the bible is just plain wrong and that Creationism is a “cute story” but nothing more.  The other half, noting how many of the bible stories are based on fact (the burning bush was found to be an area of natural gas seeps, for example), disagree,

I hold to a kind of middle ground.

This may sound cowardly at first, but the nice thing about the position is that I don’t get into arguments – because there is a set of circumstances that fit ALL of the available data.  It’s just not too comfortable, is all.

First, some of the readings from Jeffrey G’s notes:

Latest find in Spain complicates the human evolution story further.  There may have been another type of human besides those recently discovered.  Gotta keep digging.

And now, on our stage, The Tree of Life!!!!!  Really, a pretty prodigious task, when you think about it.

By the way:  You may wish to bookmark the link http://blog.opentreeoflife.org/ because there is plenty of room for contributions to the thinking, not the least of which is research into the DNA development of the troop of monkeys that includes you and me.

More on the human genetic manipulation controversy.  But, as Eric noted earlier, it is a genie that we are not going to get back into the bottle.

And so it goes.

Ure’s Middle Ground

As you may be aware, I have been closely tracking the work up in Canada of www.thechronicleproject.org.   This is a small Jewish studies group that has found what seems to be an “error checking” method built-in to ancient language.

Using it, a new (and startling) view of ancient times is coming into focus.  For example, not only does it seem that the Garden of Eden was guarded by light-sabre (laser) wielding robots, but that’s a theme that has been leaking into human consciousness a fair bit.  Like the past 15-years, or so.

Here are a couple of examples:

Our Jewish Robot Future: A Novel About the Garden of Eden and the Cyborgian Transformation of the Human Race

And Is Jehovah an E.T.?

There are any number of ways to approach the problem, and the Tree of Life DNA study will likely yield good results on the current state of the apes.  But it may be 10+ years into the future when not only has the current state been adequately defined  but additional data from antiquity has been added.

The results of this should be interesting because it might point to external intervention in our DNA much as we are doing now.  And, according to the PopSci article,  our brother and sister apes are about to start wandering down the dangerous path to become self-modifying apes.

We go to the zoo and look at the primates with some curiosity.  One of my theories is that this is really their clever manipulation to come look at us.  “See that Human, Genovi?  They trade options and derivatives…so whatever you do, don’t grow up and be one of them.”

Well, why not?  This week’s apes du jour have already figured out fire, steam engines, internal combustion, nuclear power (and bombs), along with integrated circuits and basic recombinant DNA.  And how to use tax loss carry-forwards on made up money.

So what’s another sharp stick in their inventory?

I won’t spoil the fun of reading through the Chronicle Project work, but there seem to be a large number of items in the upright ape Instruction Book that humans may not fully comprehend, yet.

To be sure, most “scientific” types take traditional Jewish/Old Testament lore and blow it off. Two obvious ones being the prohibitions on eating pork and shellfish.

To the “science minded” these make total sense – when  viewed from the context of managing an ape herd at a time before the apes had invented refrigeration.  It’s easy to blow off, too.

Contemporary apes, thinking themselves superior (and our fridge makes both cubed and crushed ice admittedly), believe that with the advent of cold storage, the prohibitions no longer makes sense.  Enter the reformed branch of Judaism and steak & lobster specials.

That seems like a reasonable thing to do, at least based on the current levels of science.  But there may be much deeper problems – Problems down at the DNA level which humans have not figured out yet, simply because we have not adequately studied public health as a massive Big Data problem.

If – as some suspect – ancient texts are more instructional than the rest of the population believes, there may be – hidden in a mound of data yet unrecognized – some very good reason to follow ancient dietary rules.

For example, wouldn’t it be interesting to see comparative causes of death, health of offspring, and IQ testing over three or four generations of humans where a control group at port and indulged in steak and lobster, versus those who eschewed shellfish and pork?

There are other dimensions of this problem, too.  Is there a different “quality of the person” that’s involved?

Then we come down to even more fundamental issues:  Does anything with DNA act as (for lack of a better word) a “soul perch”? 

We know from a spectrum of research that yes, humans have varying abilities to plug in to a different reality where psi is real.  We have well-documented statistical evidence to that effect, but again, we’re not perfect at the implementation level of presenting the phenomena on demand.

I gravitate toward the idea that humans may have been purpose –bred by some externality which has been passed along in myth.  Toward what end can only be speculated.

Steve Quayle’s book Genesis 6 Giants Master Builders of Prehistoric and Ancient Civilizations hints along in this direction, but stops short of going down the Jehovah as an E.T. path.  His track is more traditional/spiritual and Christian in its orientation.

All of which gets us to the next Big Data problem:  What is the layout of “reality?”

Is there only a single here and now science (plus some statistical psi)?  Or, are there multiple layers to it, which might involve differing planes of existence?  The work on Electronic Voice Phenomena hints at this “reality next door” aspect.  As do the troubling reports of [alien] abductions and the like.

All too much to resolve at this hour on a Monday…but since our trading model says this will be a kind of sideways to possibly slightly down week (and little trading opportunities in static markets), we can look more deeply into these problems and more.

Even this, however, may be impossible.  Upright apes currently believe they can solve any problem imaginable and are building projects like CERN and we have already seen ape-developed computers pass the Turing test.

Computers are “thinking amplifiers” but these are in the process of evolving into free-running machines with “minds” of their own.  We know – both from the learned papers as well as ancient prohibitions (about creating idols in our own image) that the odds of everything ending badly are fairly high.

Over the coming five-years, or so, you might want to set up a Google News alert for stories about Damascus, capitol of Syria.  I mentioned this to Peoplenomics readers last week, too, since there’s a haunting reference to Damascus in the bible which may be drawing near.

Isaiah 17 (about the ruins of Damascus being made shortly before the Second Coming, or first if you’re orthodox), may decide at least some of the Big Data issues.

For IF there really follows “divine intervention” in the period immediately thereafter, we have to wonder if the pending U.S. showdown with Russia may actually be something of a huge science project of the Big Data sort.

I can almost hear the purely hypothetical discussion between Vlad Putin and Barrack Obama going something like this:

O:  “Interesting idea, you have there, Vlad.  Blow up Damascus so it’s a ruinous heap and see if there’s Divine Intervention…Got to say it would resolve a lot of things.  No Madhi, no Savior and a lot of religious-based warfare would end…”

P:  “Look, what’s the worst that could happen?  We have been working up to this ever since the Dominionists of your Bush era.  We need to resolve, once and for all, whether this verse in the bible is going to work, or not, to smoke out the Divine or let’s really focus on the science track.”

O: “So we make the ruinous heap in Damascus – and if nothing happens, we nail an economic stimulus for both our economies…and if something happens, we both get box seats for the End Times..maybe even a finders fee or some-such for making it happen.”

P: “Exactly.  And if nothing happens, so much for religious warfare.  Are you in?”

With Russia pouring in arms, we shouldn’t have much longer to wait before this particular problem posited by the upright apes, is settled once and for all.

War as a Big Data problem…who would have thought the apes could be this clever?

If there is a Divine, with CERN trying to find HIS particle and trying to light off Damascus, somewhere in here, IT would be getting seriously pissed.

Prices That Matter

Reader Calyn has some first-hand evidence to share, since I’ve been  dropping hints that the cap on the Cost of Living increases has been due to falling energy prices and little else:

Hey, George and everyone…
Made a flying trip to Kroger this morning. Walking through the back aisle along the meat dept, I noticed 5 or more people changing price tags. Not unusual to be seeing tags changed, since Wednesday is first day of the week’s specials. But how many people does it take to change tags on a few sale items, I sez to meself? Then checked out the new tag on my favorite brand of bacon. Yesterday it was 7.99, which it has been for months–I still have the receipt. This morning the price is 8.99.
Did quickly check the price of brisket in passing. Not too long ago it was .99/lb on sale. This was marked 4.79/lb.
I didn’t have time to check anything else because I needed to get home and off my feet. But I did notice the meat department wasn’t the only section to be swarming with people changing stickers. Wish I had had time to browse the rest of the store.
Beans and rice, anyone?
Space to keep a couple chickens?
Space/strength/stamina/health enough to have a decent garden?
See you ’round the bend, my friends,,,,
Take care
C

The “work all day for a measure of oil and food” seems to be almost here.  But first, we need oil to zoom skyward and that won’t happen for a year or three, anyway, as we still have the glut.

Kiss My Asteroid

Reader Norman sent along this savory bit:

George,

I came across this on GLP (GodlikeProductions) and thought you would find it interesting. According to the screen shots, there is an asteroid supposed to hit (too) close to you toward the end of the month….that would be messy.  I wonder about this……..?  From GLP
“This is the FULL truth of the recent leaked classified documents that NASA re-edit it later to cover up.
First the documents were uploaded by NASA by accident, but somebody on a forum in the “Dark Web” got two screenshots:
http://beldavia.com/files/106dcvc1442072039.jpg
http://beldavia.com/files/72g0zk1442072085.jpg

This is getting traction on a number of “sky is falling” websites like this report from http://planetxnews.com/2015/09/14/leaked-classified-nasa-memo-states-houston-texas-to-be-hit-by-asteroid-on-september-28/

Now, let’s think about this closely for a minute.  If this was really classified, would it still be up on the ‘net?  Or, more likely, would the government have taken down the sites with the rumor so that we don’t all get worked up and leave Houston and the Gulf Coast? 

The problems that would come with an offshore hit and a major wave would be substantial.  Not only would most all of the Gulf of Mexico refineries be destroyed, but the damages would be in the trillions.  And, did I mention the price of gasoline would go skyward and there would be no energy for months on end…

A couple of reasonable things on my list as a result:  Topping off the diesel is something I’ve had on the to-do list for a good while.  And then, there’s the filling up of the airplane, which was going to be flown on the 29th and 30th anyway…

Another thought?  I might buy a few energy futures….or, is this nothing more than yet another Internet hoax perped by someone who wants to make a few bucks on some call options?

My, ain’t life grand?  Kids and graphics programs, sheesh. 

Although that’s easy enough to say here at 550’feet of elevation and 157 miles from Baytown’s  refinery row.

Write when you break-even,

George  george@ure.net

Comments

Coping: What’s With Our DNA? — 29 Comments

  1. George, regarding the supposed “Classified” NASA attachments: nothing that is actually classified is marked “Classified”; it is marked with its actual level of classification, i.e., Confidential, Secret, Top Secret (the latter has some upgrades if it is of recent vintage; so does Secret, occasionaly). It is also marked with the date of classification, the person who classified it, the reason, etc., as well as the date of expiration, if any. So this appears to me to be quite bogus. Just a thought.

  2. On Asteroids, I’m sure if the data were correct and the technology to pinpoint size, time and exact location of impact exists, then the technology to blow it out of the sky exists as well, at least a large enough blast to change it’s trajectory for a direct hit on Damascus. 09/28? Isn’t that the date for the ‘SUPER BLOOD MOON ECLIPSE’ to occur that ushers in the Apocalypse?

  3. Chickens? Remember, the girls take off laying for a while to molt–change feathers yearly–and some consider keeping them laying through the winter as a high stress, metabolically (a word?). Some chickens won’t take supplemental calcium, and get paper-thin shells on their eggs. And thin bones.

  4. They cannot explain where RH negative genes come from. The rest of this is just guessing, like calling the pyramids tombs.

    Nor can they determine why 15% of the population is genetically resistant to propaganda and mind control. The other 85% will never get it unless you put the truth into the form of, you guessed it, propaganda or mind control.

    So all you folks out there hoping that the USA population is going to “get it” and things will change, are only dreaming until you get the MSM under control. The American people are actually quite comfortable with the information they are getting. The business model is telling them what they want to hear.

  5. The answers to mankind’s age-old questions may be found in The Earth Chronicles, a 6-book series by Zecharia Sitchin. He researched archeology, geology, history, astronomy, and other areas to come up with some fascinating material, from which you can easily connect the dots as to the origins of man, religion, wars, angels, the “chosen people”, etc. He and Immanuel Velikovsky give ample evidence for the existence of a PlanetX/Niburu/Wormwood/Destroyer/Hercolabus. Damascus will not be the only city in ruins.

  6. I reviewed the link to the CNN poll. you gotta wonder if telephone polls are very accurate or what demographics they are capturing . I never answer or participate in polls. The last time a answered a poll call they kept me on the phone for 10 minutes.

    Just my $0.02…

    • thanks.. I have never heard anyone till now say they were part of a pole for any network..so that is comforting to know they actually do call joe average.

    • I got my first ‘poll’ or ‘survey’ call and the topic was feminists!!! Boy did I give them an ear full, and then I found out it was recorded. I got to answer their stupid questions. For example: Do you think that feminism has helped women or hurt them? What good thing do you associate with feminism? Can you name one major feminist leader? Etc. I had a lot of fun with that one!

  7. Yep, it’s gonna be a global caliphate “we’ve labeled the go at a Global Caliphate.” Couple hundred more thousand Islamist Muslims to the U.S., Europe being over run by over a million – Will leave ISIS in control of the mid-east and chump change when the Muslims decide to vote their new countries into Islam estates. Because NO country taking the “refugees” in is attempting to assimilate them into their society – but will let them congregate and have their own laws. “Just you wait and see”.

  8. George,
    Partially empty fuel tanks will promote absorption of moisture into the fuel which can lead to all sorts of problems, particularly in aircraft. So topping off tanks should never be a question. Always keep em full!

  9. god george I am full of comments this morning.. very opinionated monday I guess.. why would it still be up on the net..

    Everything.. absolutely Everything is told to the people then take it off or change it. so that they have the out when someone says why didn’t you inform us the public.. my thought is.. the more they spend to discredit a subject that they had previously published is what makes that subject more worthy of reading. I don’t think you have to worry though like an emp.. it would have to be on your doorstep before you would need to really worry and then the bigger worry would be the fallout from an action like that.. to pinpoint a city is like saying the needle in the haystack is right here..they are good but not that good.. it will probably fly by by millions of miles

  10. okay here we go if George’s brain keeps working you know its activated and all and he doesn’t get that dementia like the rest of us get dementia and when the bill time comes around once a year , what is this $40 for and who is George ure,,,lots of laughs

    • Ok we’re not testing but anyway this is okay here we go for the future you’ll have an implant and it cost like $10 I don’t know maybe a month for it to be activated so it override your dementia, Then you’ll know where your money is going otherwise you won’t know sounds like a plan to me

  11. Planes of existance..
    I totally believe that there are.. Now I have seen a lot of things similar but will only give you one example.
    I was working a young co worker came over and said patient a had expired.. and wanted me over to the room.. I went.. patien a had always been fussy about how the bed was made.. and had expired and was sitting in the chair in the room. the nurse was conversing with the doctor and said.. would you get patient a ready for the funeral home that they were going to go and give them a call and have them on their way. I went about getting the stuff to clean patient a up and have that patient ready for the funeral home when they arrived. I picked the patient up and gently laid the patient on the bed. almost instantly the patient jumped up and said.. what do you think you are doing.. I about needed the funeral home for myself.. I said getting you ready.. the patient then told me that I messed up their bed what did I think I was doing.. I said sorry.. I was getting you ready. Oh the patient said I seen the whole thing.. I then asked where were you.. the patient then said. I was up in the corner of the room with the angel.They then wanted me to get them a cup of coffee.. I went to get it.. the medical staff said what did I think I was doing..I said the patient wants their cup of coffee before they go on their trip. everyone had to go check this out it shocked everyone. that patient went on to live another three years.that patient was a hundred at the time..Just saying I truly believe there are different planes of existence

    • You are truly a sweetheart with a GREAT sense of humor and a lot of kindness. Many people who have died and been brought back also say that their ‘consciousness’ floats at the ceiling level and they can observe all the goings on below. Sounds like the patient’s spirit (consciousness) left the body and watched all the goings on, even the messing with the bed! Amazing story, thank you for sharing it!

  12. http://www.setterfield.org/index.html

    George, I enjoy your posts and subscribed recently. I stumbled across the above site a couple of years ago and read thru just about all of the work. You’re a data guy and better with a calculator than I so I thought maybe if you had not seen this guys theories, you would enjoy them.

    Best regards
    Greg

  13. “I say Trump fading because in the latest CNN/ORC poll, when you get into the details you’ll see that Carson and Carly Fiorina are about even but Trump has lost a bit of his luster.”

    Good Morning George.
    OK.. not that I am calling BS to the political poles… But Just who do they really ask for their opinion when they are taking their poles????

    It is kind of like television.. you will read one day that company A is excited about program B and instantly they are at the top of the favorabite poles for the best shows.. Or the whoopla awards.. who is actually giving that award, it is industry giving industry that award. they don’t check with joe watcher to ask what he thinks. I think they send it to their buddies to check them out and give high remarks for industry exposure.But then I have been wrong before. at the hospital.. they get the whatever ( lets call it the dead carp award for excellence) now they pay the award givers to give them that award x. with that in mind they actually send in a doctor a lawyer a social worker and a secretary that checks their books and walks around to see if they are doing what they say they are doing poorer hospitals don’t qualify for the dead carp award and never will.. kind of like paying a popular guy ten bucks to call you his friend or pay a group to follow you around asking you for your autograph and take pictures making you an instance celebrity or person of importance.. so back to these political poles who is it they actually ask?

    • I guess I am feeling that trump would be the perfect person because he is the squeaky wheel.. and I think force congress into doing something..anything just go back to washington from your break or recess or whatever work period and do their job make a decision on something negotiate and do it right or wrong make a decision. don’t drudge up forty year old dead issues that are favorable to a campaign.. like the Rowe Vs. Wade.. ok. sure there are a lot of things I don’t like about the issue and feel abortion is a not a good thing but congress isn’t going to do a thing with it except table it and wait to use it in the next election.. notice they only unfunded it for just enough time to get through the campaign.. they didn’t say no more funding forever or make a move to reverse the supreme courts ruling on rowe vs. wade.. I actually don’t think they can.. so why bring it up.. Like my wife keeps telling me.. quit dragging that dead horse around its dead you can’t change it even though everyone cares and has opinions on it nothing will be done about it..

    • Yes, we saw this with the ‘Nobel piece prize’ given to obummer; if that wasn’t a political payoff. We also see the entertainment industry patting themselves on the backs all of the time…it is a running ‘polling advertisement’ for them as they scratch each others backs as you so aptly pointed out. The CNN poll is trying to sway public opinion by leading with a less of Trump, they are trying to take his luster off by propaganda influence. They have a year to take his luster off of him and they are trying their hardest. If they keep at it for one year, he will not be the same candidate in people’s eyes by then. Watch out, the ‘polls’ are already running for biden and pushing for his candidacy! Sometimes the ‘pollsters’ forget to collude and they put things out like…Sanders ahead of Hillary…then the next day…Hillary leading Sanders….so, it is funny watching them go through their missteps.

  14. For the future would be a voice activator that sounds like your own voice ,you record for a while and then it takes up notes from your voice and everything that’s talked about is related in sound to your voice, I don’t know if there’s one of those on the market yet

  15. The Damascus dialogue was interesting but I’d rather not find out for sure if you know what I mean. In regards to pork consumption, pigs have an odd way of carrying multi-species diseases in their bodies. Bird flu most notably. This leads to nature’s own bio-weapons lab and spoilage notwithstanding eating pork can give you just about anything. Shellfish as filter/bottom feeders can become very toxic due to plankton blooms caused by water temperature and nutrient mix. The causes are not readily observable many times and the results quite severe. In short, don’t eat pork or shellfish.
    The handling of the dead in Numbers has a peculiar similarity to the Asepsis method by the way…

    • A few years ago I ran across a blog that found correlation with the re-shaping of the skull and the historical notion of a wizard’s cone shaped hat (and the mitre maybe). The idea was that both echo the cone shaped alien masters of a prior age. Another one of those interesting thoughts not likely to be proved. As for giants and other such creatures, a friend has a daughter deep into forensic anthropology that asserts North America more closely resembled Middle Earth for flora and fauna than the textbook view. Once you get into the notion of a multiverse, it all cracks open into possibility IMO.