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Author Topic:   What bothers me about the evolution of Man
zi ko
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Message 125 of 142 (649749)
01-25-2012 12:35 PM
Reply to: Message 1 by frako
12-02-2011 7:48 AM


Brain is a functual extension of DNA
Overpowering human brains

According to my theory (www.sleepgadgetabs.com) neural system and brain is the functual extention of DNA. As information man has to cope with, is increasing all the time, he has to have a growing brain in size and ability.There is no limit in it, except the bone structures. This is an indication that our evolution is not just an issue only of surviving, but also of amount of information we are accepting, although this relates to survival .

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zi ko
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Message 128 of 142 (650002)
01-27-2012 1:12 AM
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01-26-2012 8:44 AM


Re: Brain is a functual extension of DNA
Hi Percy,
what is your problem?

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zi ko
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Message 129 of 142 (650004)
01-27-2012 1:26 AM
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01-25-2012 1:24 PM


Re: Brain is a functual extension of DNA
Is this yet another idea of yours that you will freely admit you have no evidence for?

Is it so bad?
Anyway you may be interested to read the views o Jablonca About neural system.
“, we regard the emergence of the nervous system as a major transition. The evolution of a nervous system not only changed the way that information was transmitted between cells and profoundly altered the nature of the individuals in which it was present, it also led to a new type of heredity—social and cultural heredity—based on the transmission of behaviourally acquired information.”
"The evolution of information in the major transitions". Journal of Theoretical Biology 239 (2): 236–246.

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zi ko
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Message 133 of 142 (650060)
01-27-2012 10:50 AM
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01-27-2012 3:18 AM


Re: Brain is a functual extension of DNA
Cultural and social heredity? Only possible via learning.
We all knew that.

So you accept that there are different about heredity wiews from those of current theory in serious scientific community.


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zi ko
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Message 134 of 142 (650064)
01-27-2012 11:10 AM
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01-27-2012 4:40 AM


Re: Brain is a functual extension of DNA
OMG!
Parents teaching children; seniors teaching juniors; society teaching society!
Why has no-one mentioned this before??!!!


Jablonca and others are offering much needed new ideas. It willtake time before they are entirely formulated and widely accepted. To me it is hopeful that these exist.It means that that simplicit idea of DNA alone being randomly mutated is the only mechanism responsible for the present and past world is at least cracking .

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zi ko
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Message 136 of 142 (650137)
01-28-2012 2:16 AM
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01-27-2012 3:18 AM


Re: Brain is a functual extension of DNA
So in your opinion new ideas are bad. Very interesting.

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zi ko
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Message 137 of 142 (650138)
01-28-2012 2:33 AM
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01-27-2012 11:30 AM


Re: Not every topic is your topic
I had never expected my ideas to be treated otherwise by fanatic followers of an obsolete theory with suspicious motives.

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