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Alien Genes Found in Human DNA

☥☽✪☾DAW ☽✪☾ 2012/01/16 16:49:57
Alien Genes Found in Human DNA

A group of researchers working at the Human Genome Project are claiming that they have found alien genes in our human DNA genetic makeup.
Do we have alien genes in our human DNA? Could this be the ultimate proof of alien life? According to a team of researchers working at the Human Genome Project, this appears to be the case.



The team believes that more than 95% of the non-coding sequences (also called junk DNA) found in human DNA is actually the genetic codes of alien lifeforms. These sequences are actually found in all lifeforms found on Earth but they make up a larger portion of the human genome than in any other species known. It is these sequences that the team is using to explain many gaps in our understanding of how human beings have “evolved” over the ages.
Alien Genes Found in Human DNA
Even though the theory of evolution has gone a long way in explaining how one species can lead to another one over long periods of time, it has come up short on how the human race has developed into the species we are today. There are many issues with the theory with regards to the human species including how our brain size nearly tripled in a short period of time, how we almost overnight developed “civilization” and perhaps most intriguing is the so called missing link having been never found. With the introduction of alien genes, the researchers claim that all of these mysteries can be easily explained. It is their hypothesis that alien genetic material was inserted several times in the past leading to these developments.
Man and Horse that Built Civilization

The team has hypothesized that “A higher extraterrestrial life form was engaged in creating new life and planting it on various planets, including Earth”. For those familiar with the Ancient Astronaut theory, this will sound very familiar as this is one of the most prevalent statements they claim.
Man and Horse that Built Civilization
So, do we have alien genes in each one of us? I think the answer is yes no matter how you look at the question. Just remember that scientists are certain that the building blocks of life or even life itself came from outer space so that would make us all aliens to this planet
Man and Horse that Built Civilization








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  • Mandy 2012/01/16 16:55:00
    Mandy
    +12
    I'm no biologist, but I don't see how scientists can claim that we contain alien DNA without there being any sample alien DNA to compare it to.

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  • mari 2013/05/14 01:33:46
    mari
    +1
    i definetly strongly agree that we have alien DNA in our genetic makeup......Science has proven that we have a missing link makeup in Human DNA and cant find where it originated on this planet ANYWHERE! which means Our DNA came from someplace other than earth . And anything other than earth is in fact Alien to us as Humans. Human life could have not Just have sparked into being Us by itself nor did we evolve from apes. we as humans are only DNA compatible to the apes or chimps by 95% so where is the Apes or Chimps missing dna from ? my investigation into this has shown thier missing links cant be found on this planet either so yes we do have Alien DNA is our human gentic makeup the question is who's and from where did we aquire our missing DNA links from ? not anything on this planet ... I beleive it was from the Grey aliens.
  • Wlshgrl mari 2014/08/31 00:55:28
    Wlshgrl
    we r 96 % similar dna to mice
  • Angi 2012/01/19 23:24:12
    Angi
    Surely they need a sample of the alien DNA to know this. But I thought they had mapped the Human Genome. Do they know what planet. lol.
  • Welshtaff 2012/01/19 04:26:16
    Welshtaff
    +1
    The only Aliens I have known on earth are Obama, Biden and Pelosi, don't know what planet they came from but we need to find it and blow it up before another one comes to earth.
  • Jana ♥ ♥ ♥ Welshtaff 2012/01/19 04:29:59
    Jana ♥ ♥ ♥
    OMG that is so funny lol Wish I had thought of that ..
  • ☥☽✪☾DAW... Welshtaff 2012/01/19 04:31:39
    ☥☽✪☾DAW ☽✪☾
    this isnt a political blog keep to the topic at hand obama has nothing to do with this blog
  • RainbowCloset 2012/01/19 02:58:35
    RainbowCloset
    +1
    Interesting !
  • lil crazy 2012/01/18 19:09:52
    lil crazy
    +1
    Interesting and anything is possible.
  • Beat Magnum True Hero 2012/01/18 15:20:24
    Beat Magnum True Hero
    +1
    When something can't be identified, we must jump to the wildest conclusion possible. I like this line of thinking!
  • Eddie 2012/01/18 03:42:31
    Eddie
    +1
    Very interesting. Anything is possible in the fullness of time.
    By the way. I've seen this guy on tv and I really hate his hairdo. It just really cut's into my being able to take him serious.
  • ETpro 2012/01/18 01:29:40
    ETpro
    +2
    Don't believe everything you read on Internet junk socience sites. Having a .org TLD just means you bought that instead of a dot com. I looked this up, found a handful of junk science sites trumpeting it, and finally tracked down the source, which is hardly proof that ET tampered with human development. It came from a COrnel study showing that mold genes get into the genetic makeup of other life forms including humans. Some mold genes picked up bits of organic molecules contained in ice surrounding the neculi of comets that hit earth frequently during the early and late bombardment.

    http://arxiv.org/abs/1106.4192
  • Earthly Resident 2012/01/18 01:20:50
    Earthly Resident
    +1
    cosmic waves bombarding DNA is as much to credit for evolution on earth as water is to the mechanisms by which we operate. it has the ability to not only alter per-existing genes, but also bring in new ones
  • Breezy(: 2012/01/18 00:06:13 (edited)
    Breezy(:
    +1
    Call me crazy, but I'm thinking that since we don't really have alien's DNA samples or anything, it might be just a little difficult to find it in ours...just sayin'.

    edit (typo)
  • bricklyn Breezy(: 2012/01/18 04:38:45
    bricklyn
    +1
    Scientists have found organic matter through out space that is capable of producing life. So there is DNA in space already.
  • Breezy(: bricklyn 2012/01/18 21:23:48
    Breezy(:
    +1
    See, that makes more sense. I wasn't aware of that.
  • bricklyn Breezy(: 2012/01/19 02:32:46
    bricklyn
    +1
    Here is the article that I read about the scientific findings.


    "A new look at the interstellar dust permeating the universe has revealed hints of organic matter that could be created naturally by stars, scientists say.
    Researchers at the University of Hong Kong observed stars at different evolutionary phases and found that they are able to produce complex organic compounds and eject them into space, filling the regions between stars. The compounds are so complex that their chemical structures resemble the makeup of coal and petroleum, the study's lead author Sun Kwok, of the University of Hong Kong, said.
    Such chemical complexity was thought to arise only from living organisms, but the results of the new study show that these organic compounds can be created in space even when no life forms are present. In fact, such complex organics could be produced naturally by stars, and at an extremely rapid pace.
    What impressed me most is that complex organics are easily formed by stars, they are everywhere in our own galaxy and in other galaxies," Kwok told SPACE.com in an email interview. "Nature is much more clever than we had imagined."
    The findings of the new study were published online today (Oct. 26) by the journal Nature."

    http://www.space.com/13401-co...
  • JanHopkins 2012/01/17 16:52:27
    JanHopkins
    +1
    I've heard this before. Ya just never know.
  • Jana ♥ ♥ ♥ 2012/01/17 16:26:01
    Jana ♥ ♥ ♥
    +1
    I think it's true,always have done,but that does not take away the fact that I still believe in God.The truth is to incredible to bear for most people,they want to think they are the only ones in this great universe.So many cultures show evidence of visitors from another world,you just have to have a open mind about it,to see it.
  • Flea 2012/01/17 15:54:54
    Flea
    +1
    "junk DNA"?
    SO essentially, we are junk?
  • mich52 2012/01/17 15:46:14
  • Jana ♥ ♥ ♥ mich52 2012/01/17 16:00:00
    Jana ♥ ♥ ♥
    +1
    No I think it was the Left..Lmao
  • Footage 2012/01/17 15:42:35
    Footage
    +1
    I knew it!
  • Scout 2012/01/17 13:09:14
    Scout
    +1
    That's poo.
  • PUNX! 2012/01/17 09:37:56
    PUNX!
    +1
    Have they even found alien dna?
  • BlunderWoman 2012/01/17 06:53:28
    BlunderWoman
    +1
    Crap! Does that mean we're ALL illegal aliens, then?

    the nino
  • prayer warrior 2012/01/17 04:10:09
    prayer warrior
    +1
    Well I remembered about this tribe from africa called the Dogan who have a story about aliens from sirus B visiting them. This story is 10,000 years ago and they described three starts being in that area which is 6 light years from here. For those that are skeptic and laughing here is a link and you be the judge.

    http://www.lynx.net/~jc/text....
  • sjalan 2012/01/17 03:55:25
    sjalan
    Another of the mystries we are just now beginning to unravel.
  • prayer warrior 2012/01/17 03:38:45
    prayer warrior
    +1
    I am astouded we don't where did they get the sample of the alien DNA
  • tewaz1 2012/01/17 03:13:02
    tewaz1
    +3
    Just because they are scientists does not mean their claims are based on science. There is no supporting evidence whatsoever for such a thing. That doesn't mean it is not the case, but unless we have alien DNA samples to compare, there is no way we could know, or even speculate.
  • paul 2012/01/17 03:10:57
    paul
    +1
    Here you go again making everyone "think" .......Great subject.....keep em coming!
  • urwutuis 2012/01/17 03:03:01
    urwutuis
    +1
    This sounds like BS to me although the possibility exists but how can they call it alien if it exists in all life forms?
    The idea that the blocks of life came from outer space is an odd statement since everything came from outer space and tripling brain size is far from being evidence.
  • Jake Montes-Adams 2012/01/17 02:28:00
    Jake Montes-Adams
    +1
    OHEMGEE! Panic! We discovered it, now they're coming! AAAAAHHHHHH!!!!!!!!
  • Zamboni - Madoka Magica fan... 2012/01/17 02:16:25
    Zamboni - Madoka Magica fan BN0
    +1
    Possible. MaybeI should mention this to my biology teacher.
  • Ol'Dave 2012/01/17 01:40:17
    Ol'Dave
    +2
    How do they know it's ALIEN DNA and not CRIB NOTES FROM GOD?
  • Redneck Ol'Dave 2012/01/17 06:11:02
    Redneck
    +1
    Gods spare parts.
  • eyeballz 2012/01/17 01:17:48
    eyeballz
    +1
    YIKES!!!!!!
  • Missing Links 2012/01/17 00:57:19
    Missing Links
    +1
    “Junk” DNA?
    Many researchers approach the study of biology, genetics, and related fields from the standpoint of the theory of evolution. Often, this view has led them to false conclusions. For example, early Darwinists classified certain organs, such as the appendix, the pituitary gland, and the tonsils, as vestigial. They considered them to be evolutionary leftovers because these organs seemed no longer to have any function. In time, however, the important role of these organs came to light. Evolutionists, therefore, had to discard their earlier views.
    A similar development recently occurred in the field of genetics. Early research suggested that about 98 percent of the DNA in humans and other organisms had no function. Hence, many who were influenced by the theory of evolution assumed that this DNA was “evolutionary junk”—a view that quickly became orthodox.
    Once again, however, an assumption rooted in Darwinism proved to be false. Recently, scientists have discovered that “junk” DNA plays a vital role in the body by yielding special forms of RNA (ribonucleic acid) that are vital for life. John S. Mattick, director of the Institute for Molecular Bioscience at the University of Queensland in Australia, feels that the hasty acceptance of the “junk” DNA theory is “a classic sto...
    “Junk” DNA?
    Many researchers approach the study of biology, genetics, and related fields from the standpoint of the theory of evolution. Often, this view has led them to false conclusions. For example, early Darwinists classified certain organs, such as the appendix, the pituitary gland, and the tonsils, as vestigial. They considered them to be evolutionary leftovers because these organs seemed no longer to have any function. In time, however, the important role of these organs came to light. Evolutionists, therefore, had to discard their earlier views.
    A similar development recently occurred in the field of genetics. Early research suggested that about 98 percent of the DNA in humans and other organisms had no function. Hence, many who were influenced by the theory of evolution assumed that this DNA was “evolutionary junk”—a view that quickly became orthodox.
    Once again, however, an assumption rooted in Darwinism proved to be false. Recently, scientists have discovered that “junk” DNA plays a vital role in the body by yielding special forms of RNA (ribonucleic acid) that are vital for life. John S. Mattick, director of the Institute for Molecular Bioscience at the University of Queensland in Australia, feels that the hasty acceptance of the “junk” DNA theory is “a classic story of orthodoxy derailing objective analysis of the facts, in this case for a quarter of a century.” This failure, he adds, “may well go down as one of the biggest mistakes in the history of molecular biology.”
    Is it not much wiser to view DNA as having an intelligent Designer? People with such a viewpoint realize that in time the reasons for puzzling aspects of God’s handiwork usually come to light. And instead of disillusioning them, such findings fill them with even greater awe.
    (more)
  • Azrael-In GOD we trust 2012/01/17 00:51:59
    Azrael-In GOD we trust
    +2
    I always thought my journalism professor was an alien-she looked like it and her hands just didn't look human.
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