September 20, 2020
PBS on epigenetics part II
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I'm all up in your epigenomes, bitches
Being one of a twins feeling these two clips amazinglol
thank you for posting this!
Yea we studied this work from Price from my teacher Dr Paul Goldberg.
i hope that this has promising antiaging therapy near future…:)
A man discovered this phenomena in the early 1900's and he documented it all in a book called Nutrition and Physical Degeneration. Not sure why he hasn't had much recognition yet, let alone a noble prize. Due time I suppose…
Is there an inbuilt mechanism to untag the genes, or is it that we have to depend on the environment to show the interrelationship between the genes and the environment? This discovery is powerful stuff. I sense a nobel prize in the making.
Diplomacy – if we can't do it for our own cells, we sure can't do it with other nations. Our bodies are 50 trillion cells, if they weren't more co-operative than the kindest puppy, we'd die very quickly.
Never miss a good story!