GENES HAVE THE VERSATILE CAPABILITY TO EVOLVE
GENES ARE MANIFESTED MATTER UNDER FORCES CONTROL
HUMAN GENETIC VARIATIONS:
The study of genetics over the past 5 decades has proven to be more complex than the research geneticist had originally envisioned. On average, genetically, all humans are 99.9% similar to to any other human. Nonetheless, no two humans are genetically identical, even monozygotic twins who develop from a single zygote, that have infrequent differences due to mutations occurring during development and gene copy variations. The genetic diversity between two individuals is from 0.1% to 0.4%. These are well documented research facts that tiny mutational variations usually have no overall effect in most all individuals. However, in presenting this data it is intended to show the remarkable versatility of our genetic machinery and to further relate how this versatility can induce evolutionary changes over prolonged time scales.
WHAT ARE THE CONTROLLING FORCES FOR EVOLUTION?:
Genes are MANIFESTED MATTER. The conceptual conclusion that all MANIFESTED MATTER in under control of THE STRONG FORCES holding the QUARKS within the nuclei of PROTONS and NEUTRONS; THE ELECTROMAGNETIC FORCES holding THE ORBITAL ENTANGLED ELECTRON CLOUDS between all molecules should have had a profound effect upon the EVOLUTION of all SPECIES. The key word is CONTROL. At the QUANTUM REALM of each species, subtle EVOLUTIONARY CHANGES could only take place with the PERMISSION of these FORCES. These FORCES in the QUANTUM REALM are deemed ADAPTIVE SURVIVAL CONSCIOUSNESS.
FEED-BACK MECHANISM TO THE GENETIC MACHINERY:
Though there are genetic variations spontaneously occurring in the genes of most species studied, in humans there seems to be no evidence that these variations are effecting the overall DNA nature of those individuals during their lifetimes. The most important information that the highly protected nuclear genetic machinery gets is from THE OUTSIDE IN. The information, probably via electronic signaling, relating to the chemistry of nutritional sources, environments, structural damages, etc., elicits the programmed agenda for genetic reaction to deal with these informational signals. THIS IS THE NORMAL SHORT TERM LIFETIME OF AN INDIVIDUAL.
LONG TERM FEED-BACK FOR EVOLUTIONARY CHANGES:
Diverse extant species have vastly different AWARENESS CONSCIOUSNESS as to their environment and nutritional sources. Each species would have different feed-back mechanisms to allow the controlling FORCES to permit changes in their STRUCTURAL MATTER in order to continue to SURVIVE. THIS IS THE MECHANISM THAT BRINGS ABOUT EVOLUTIONARY CHANGES. This mechanism was also had been prevalent in extinct species, wherein paleontologists, anthropologist and archeologist had seen those tendencies for progressive evolutionary changes in the same species over millennia.
Therefore, EVOLUTION IS AN ELECTROMAGNETIC FORCE AWARENESS CHOICE DECISION MAKING VECTOR THAT AFFECTS THE TOTAL ORGANISM, IN THE QUANTUM REALM. THIS IS THE MECHANISM THAT DETECTS SUBTLE NUTRITIONAL AND OUTSIDE ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGING FACTORS THAT ALLOW CHANGES IN THE CONTROLLING FORCES WHICH WILL THEREBY PERMIT SURVIVAL CHANGES TO ITS MATTER. THIS IS THE METHOD WHEREIN CONSCIOUS AWARENESS OR UNCONSCIOUS AWARENESS PERMITS EVOLUTIONARY CHANGES FOR SURVIVAL.
THIS IS NOT A FUNCTION OF BRAIN OF ADVANCED SPECIES, AS THESE EVOLUTIONARY PROGRESSIVE CHANGES ARE SEEN IN ALL SPECIES WHETHER THEY HAVE FUNCTIONING BRAINS OR NO CENTRALIZED BRAINS.
THE WELL ESTABLISHED DATA PERTAINING TO THE VERSATILE CAPACITY OF GENES CONTAINING MULTIPLE VARIATIONS THAT DO NOT AFFECTED ITS TOTAL DNA IN THE SHORT TERM, PORTENDS THAT THIS ABILITY CAN EVENTUALLY PRODUCE PROFOUND EVOLUTIONARY CHANGES OVER AN EXTENDED TIME PERIOD.
A LIST OF THESE VARIATIONS FOLLOWS:
SINGLE NUCLEOTIDE POLYMORPHISM (SNP); are the most common type sequence variation, estimated at 90%. It is a single nucleotide difference between members of one species that occurs at least in 1% of the population.
COPY NUMBER VARIATION (CNV); is a difference in the genome due to deleting or duplicating large regions of DNA on a chromosome. It can be inherited but can also arise during development.
EPIGENETICS; are variations in the chemical tags that attach to the DNA acting as switches that control how the DNA is read. This variation can be inherited across generations of progeny.
GENETIC VARIABILITY; is a measure of the tendency of individual genotypes in a population to become different from one another, a trait that tends to vary in response to environment and genetic influences.
CLINES; in biology, a CLINE is a continuum of species, populations races, varieties, or forma of organism that exhibit gradual phenotype and/or genetic differences over a geographic area, typically as a result of environmental heterogeneity. A gene CLINE can be defined and be measured.
HAPLOGROUPS; The most commonly studied HUMAN HAPLOGROUPS are the Y-chromosome (Y-DNA) and mitochondrial DNA (mt-DNA) both of which can be used to define genetic populations. Y-DNA is passed solely from father to son, while mt-DNA is passed from mother to both daughter and son.
HAPLOGROUPS pertain to to deep ancestral origins dating back thousands of years.
VARIABLE NUMBER TANDEM REPEATS; are variations in lengths of short nucleotide sequences, that exist on many chromosomes between individuals. Each variant is inherited, so they are used for personal or parental identification. Their analysis is useful in genetics, biology research, forensics, and DNA fingerprinting.
THE IMPORTANCE OF GENES ARE HERIN SELF-EVIDENT, NONETHELESS, GENES ARE MANIFESTED MATTER STILL BEHOLDEN TO THE ELECTROMAGNETIC AND STRONG FORCES!