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Human DNA Patents: who owns you & your future YOU?

Human DNA Patents - who owns you and your future "you"?

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In that article i perceive a long term potential risk:

as you know (see Lipton) DNA human, can be in one life changed, by perception and consciouss behaviour change, which means human mutation can be self-triggered.

If, in any case, any human individual mutates and develops by his/her/its own a particular DNA Code that have been previously registered by a company, then, would what take place?

1. would the human that mutate be punished, as created by his/her/its own a already patented and Private DNA code?

2. would the DNA new code result of the self-triggered mutation be forbidden for that individual, unless paying a monthly fee?

3. would the natural triggers of DNA self-mutation in humans be censured/inhibited by enforcing law on inividuals capable to trigger such types of mutations, in order to dont risk corporate GEN Tech companies to loose their property/investment. ?

The problem is not with what they do, but how law will be applied later, against individuals that do not use/apply mechanical technology and science in order to trigger DNA mutation.

See B Lipton doc.

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"By Bruce Lipton

Recent advances in cellular science are heralding an important evolutionary turning point. For almost fifty years we have held the illusion that our health and fate were preprogrammed in our genes, a concept referred to as genetic determinacy. Though mass consciousness is currently imbued with the belief that the character of one's life is genetically predetermined, a radically new understanding is unfolding at the leading edge of science.

Cellular biologists now recognize that the environment, the external universe and our internal physiology, and more importantly, our perception of the environment, directly controls the activity of our genes. This video will broadly review the molecular mechanisms by which environmental awareness interfaces genetic regulation and guides organismal evolution."

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