Re: [evol-psych] Re: News: Scientists discover that DNA damage occurs as part of normal brain activity
- lol only morons would rage against the obvious- stress does damage the dna, as do chemical and environmental pollutants, GMO and even cell phones- this is why we've seen a huge increase in ADHD, autism, parkinsons and alzheimers- all well documented in countries where science hasnt been corrupted by capitalism- namely Europe. But let these people who rail against you get these diseases when they are 50-60 whatever and I will laugh in their collective faces (if they even remember this discussion- which I highly doubt- since they will no longer even remember what they had for breakfast, lunch or dinner that day!)
From: Nils K. <n-oeij@...>
Sent: Tuesday, March 26, 2013 9:02 AM
Subject: [evol-psych] Re: News: Scientists discover that DNA damage occurs as part of normal brain activity
Scientists discover that DNA damage occurs as part of normal brain activity
March 24th, 2013 in Alzheimer's disease & dementia
In my newest book on the GGC I've listed the many crazy ways to
explain away the general genetic catastrophe, which is caused by
manmade mutagenic pollution (including mutagenic radiation).
The "research result" mentioned above takes the cake.
Many scientists seem to be desperately working to get Science and
Science-based technology off the hook when it comes to DNA damage.
Today the human brain and body are polluted with some 1,000,000
(one million) chemical mutagens. It's not even theoretically --
i.e. in principle -- possible to eliminate "normal brain activity"
in this genotoxic Hell on Earth.
Recently -- on this group -- I did inform the members
that STRESS was able to damage our DNA. Then one of our
several Aspie-like memebers raged verbally against my message.
What will that member say now when his science prophets are
claiming that ordinary brain activity damages DNA?
- Thanks, C. I.
You are totally right on DNA damage, and mutagenic pollution (including radiation). However, there is more radiation from
cell phones in Europe, where such things are more popular than in
the USA. We are also eating GMO over here, and we have just as
much, or more, of the genetic diseases you, so brilliantly, are mentioning. Genetic science in Europe is solidly behind the USA.
Also, we lag behind the US trying to stop DNA damage from smoking.