Scientists: Our DNA is Mutating As We Speak-We Are Developing 12 Strands
Published on April 29, 2012 by admin · 1 Comment
Two nights ago, before I went to sleep, I asked the Creation to guide me to another important subject. The next morning, my father called me to say that the scientist made strange discoveries regarding the human DNA. Even though I usually ‘administrate’ this kind of information to my father ‘by force’, now he was the one updating me. Even so, I haven’t payed attention to this subject until later that evening.
To be honest, I was amazed to read that the modern medicine finally released to the press that the ‘first human with 3 DNA strands’ had been born. Of course, the case of little Alfie is the first one to be officially acknowledge by the medical community, but not the only one existent.
In fact, I’ve read years ago that independent doctors were already working with children who developed the third DNA strand. But are they different than the average human? I am absolutely delighted to inform you that they are very special and in fact all humans are mutating to a superior specie, as we speak.
Please relax and enjoy the article!
I. The modern medicine officially acknowledged the first case of a child with 3 DNA strands – Finally!
II. Convention of geneticists from around the world: “We are making an evolutionary change … we will be developing twelve DNA helixes.” Each extra strand of DNA will grant us ‘super-human’ abilities that we are now calling ‘paranormal’.
III. DNA and body changes;
IV. Physical DNA – Spiritual connections;
I. Alfie Clamp: The First Acknowledge Case by the Modern Medicine of A Human With 3 DNA Strands
A two-year-old boy has become the only person in the world to be diagnosed with an extra strand in his DNA. Brave Alfie Clamp was born blind and with severe disabilities, which led doctors to carry out various tests.
They revealed his seventh chromosome has an extra strand of material which has never been documented anywhere in the world before. Doctors are baffled at his condition, which is so rare it does not have a name.
Medics also have no idea whether his condition will improve or reduce his life expectancy.
Alfie, from Nuneaton, Warks., can now see and he will have an operation this month to fix an intestinal problem caused by his condition. His parents Gemma and Richard Clamp only discovered something was wrong with their son after they first took him home.