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Images of DNA that activate the divine within

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6. Supra-Hologram | The Mind Matrix

6. Supra-Hologram

6. Supra-Hologram | The Mind Matrix

Shiva, Emanating from the Heart

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Global Family: Healing DNA Discoveries

Healing DNA Discoveries

Global Family: Healing DNA Discoveries

Sacred geometry

Sacred geometry

Global Family: Healing DNA Discoveries

Healing DNA Discoveries

Global Family: Healing DNA Discoveries

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JEDDAH l U/C l Diamond Tower (93F) (432M)

Wow Rody..! I'm impressed by the determination :applause: We're all gonna be waiting for next week ;) :D

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9K2HN - Kuwait - News

Jim, N6TJ will be active as 9K2HN from Kuwait in CQ WW DX CW Contest, 23 - 24 November 2019.

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Almighty powers are shut in Nature's cells,   A greater destiny waits you in your front,  This transient earthly being if he wills;  Can fit his acts to the transcendent scheme.    Savitri          Sri Aurobindo

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Memories may be passed down through generations in DNA, a process underlying cause of phobias | Amazing Science

In a recent study, published in the journal of Nature Neuroscience, the researchers trained mice to fear the smell of cherry blossom using electric shocks before allowing them to breed. The offspring produced showed fearful responses to the odor of cherry blossom compared to a neutral odor, despite never having encountered them before. The following generation also showed the same behavior. This effect continued even if the mice had been fathered through artificial insemination. The…

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Genomic 'hotspots' offer clues to causes of autism, other disorders

Scientists have discovered that "random" mutations in the genome are not quite so random after all. Their study shows that the DNA sequence in some regions of the human genome is quite volatile and can mutate ten times more frequently than the rest of the genome.