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Postby sandra » Wed Feb 02, 2011 12:39 am

I'm just finishing reading through this
paper and figured to share it, some might take a look
some time when they get the chance.
Any area of genetics is always of interest to me.

Pharmaceutical corporations around the world
are attempting to implement many new
medicines along with new ways to distribute them.

It peaked my interest a bit more with the focus
around autism and its relation to vaccinations.

One reason being is that I do not believe
the awareness and attention that has been
on this issue is also without direction.

People in large organizations realize that
public populations are not as susceptible to
mass mindedness, or to doing without much
questioning, this is becoming less and less the case.

However pharmacogenetics will offer the promise
of a revision in medicine and genetic differences.
With what kind of investments are being made into
this direction, I believe some of the attention on
vaccinations whether negative or not, they
plan to create sales and support, comfort once
again through the belief of much less risk.

World populations are much more ethically diverse
and through SNP's
medicine can become much more genetically
personalized. Which in reality is a scary thought.
The information that can be accumulated through
these new medical practices in DNA sequencing
would also leave open possibilities of far greater
abilities to control populations. Health and what not.

Put something into the human gene pool and
it would have the capability to have a much
more precise genetic direction and effect.

However I don't have any doubt- that regardless,
people are rising above the cause and effects
of pharmaceuticals, people are taking more control
of their own lives, and fear is beginning to build in
a contrary direction. People are beginning to fear
to be controlled in several of our 'living systems'

Here is the article on pharmacogenetic and
pharmacogenomic global r&d (research and development)

Did it say anything about the European Commission? ;)

From the living systems theory:
"Living systems can be as simple as a single cell or as complex as a supranational organization such as the European Union." WHAT??? lol

"Miller said that systems exist at eight "nested" hierarchical levels: cell, organ, organism, group, organization, community, society, and supranational system. At each level, a system invariably comprises twenty critical subsystems, which process matter–energy or information except for the first two, which process both matter–energy and information: reproducer and boundary.

The processors of matter–energy are:

* ingestor, distributor, converter, producer, storage, extruder, motor, supporter

The processors of information are

* input transducer, internal transducer, channel and net, timer (added later), decoder, associator, memory, decider, encoder, output transducer."

:shock: :lol: yiiiiikes.

I particularly like some of this mans theory

"James Grier Miller in 1978 wrote a 1,102-page volume to present his living systems theory. He constructed a general theory of living systems by focusing on concrete systems—nonrandom accumulations of matter–energy in physical space–time organized into interacting, interrelated subsystems or components."

As it is my understanding and thinking on a daily basis, that
the nonrandom accumulations of matter-energy in physical
space-time is now contrarily going to go back in order to never
return to the order it once was.

The human genome project is like a leader
in the pharmaceutical revision and role
in new cybernetics.

So many theories in Science are based upon the beliefs
that life is some stagnant object.

Anyways I know sometimes I go on a little journey
with my writing, but thats me, just thinking about
alot lately, know we all are.
“Living backwards!” Alice repeated in great
astonishment. “I never heard of such a thing!”
“—but there’s one great advantage in it, that one’s
memory works both ways.”
— Lewis Carroll, Through the Looking-Glass
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