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"9.2.1 Mutations due to errors in DNA replication and repair are frequent
Mutations can be induced in our DNA by exposure to a variety of mutagens occurring in our external environment or to mutagens generated in the intracellular environment. In the case of radiation-induced mutation, for example, Dubrova et al. 1996 reported that the normal germline mutation rate for hypervariable minisatellite loci was doubled as a consequence of heavy exposure to the radiaoctive fallout from the Chernobyl accident. However, under normal circumstances by far the greatest source of mutations is from endogenous mutation, notably spontaneous errors in DNA replication and repair. During an average human lifetime there are an estimated 1017 cell divisions: about 2 × 1014 divisions are required to generate the approximately 1014 cells in the adult, and additional mitoses are required to permit cell renewal in the case of certain cell types, notably epithelial cells (see Cairns, 1975). As each cell division requires the incorporation of 6 × 109 new nucleotides, error-free DNA replication in an average lifetime would require a DNA replication-repair process with an accuracy great enough so that the correct nucleotide was inserted on the growing DNA strands on each of about 6 × 1026 occasions.
Such a level of DNA replication fidelity is impossible to sustain; indeed, the observed fidelity of replication of DNA polymerases is very much less than this and uncorrected replication errors occur with a frequency of about 10-9-10-11 per incorporated nucleotide (see Cooper et al., 1995). As the coding DNA of an average human gene is about 1.7 kb, coding DNA mutations will occur spontaneously with an average frequency of about 1.7 × 10-6-1.7 × 10-8 per gene per cell division. Thus, during the approximately 1016 mitoses undergone in an average human lifetime, each gene will be a locus for about 108-1010 mutations (but for any one gene, only a tiny minority of cells will carry a mutation). In many cases, a deleterious gene mutation in a somatic cell will be inconsequential: the mutation may cause lethality for that single cell, but will not have consequences for other cells. However, in some cases, the mutation may lead to an inappropriate continuation of cell division, causing cancer (see Chapter 18)."
Do you know what this means? We can randomly repair our genetics with the coding of our DNA at anytime! ~ This has long been kept secret in our world. We would pretty much need our frequency of lights, also known as the chakras in our merkabah field, which isn't exactly available in the towns and cities that the people of America currently live in. We like to call them energy field in a trapped matrix. The evil money system of the government is evil and helped to cause its curruption. We technically live making 3d stuff. Fortunately, the Earth ascended and started to have new clear colors and auras in there... if you tried hard enough. The reptilians have totally crapped up our technology, its known to emit electromagnetic field waves of radiation that will genetically harm your DNA calls. Most importantly should be avoided. There's those little cell phone towers and telephone poles that emit a totally different frequency know as reptilian to the alien race called the humans... according to the evil reptilians that we are currently surrounded around on this Earth. Anyways, next post I will be talking about reptilians.