The General Genetic Catastrophe of th...

Human Evolution and the Structure of Health and Disease: General Discussion: The General Genetic Catastrophe of the World
Author: Nils K. Oeijord
Monday, December 29, 2003 - 7:38 am
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Dear all!

A general genetic catastrophe has been developing during the last 120 years, but mostly after 1950. Science-based technology has polluted the whole World with 1 000 000 mutagenic chemicals in addition to mutagenic radiation. Even gasoline vapor and diagnostic use of X-rays permanently damage our chromosomes and genes, and burning cigarettes produce smoke containing 800 mutagens. Chemical by-products of our scientific civilization, like Dioxines, PCBs, and PAHs, are destroying DNA even in the Arctic. We are creating Hell on Earth.

As yet Science has not discovered the Genetic Catastrophe. When will Science wake up? The History of Science tells us that it may take time. Science has perhaps never understood fundamentally NEW situations? What shall we do?

The book “Genetic Catastrophe! Sneaking Doomsday?” by Nils K. Oeijord discusses the HIGH and INCREASING prevalence and HIGH and INCREASING incidence of genetic damage/genetic disorders/genetic diseases all over the world, and LOGICALLY concludes that we have a genetic catastrophe (GC). The book also shows how the scientific community is misunderstanding or defining away the GC. So far we have NO ALTERNATIVE BOOK to read if we want to know and understand the genetic catastrophe.

Nils K. Oeijord,

Author: Jason
Monday, February 09, 2004 - 5:36 pm
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The majority of mutagens you speak of seem to damage somatic cells. What possible 'genetic catastrophe' can occur from damage to somatic cells? Do you fear mass extinctions from cancer our something similarly outrageous?

Humans and other species have lived in relatively high mutagenic environments for substantial periods of time. For example an Indian society has lived on radioactive sands for a long time. These people show a high mutation load in mtDNA, though they seem to suffer little adverse effects. Certainly there is no catastrophe. [please refer to the work of geneticist Peter Forester].

Author: Adele Wood
Sunday, February 15, 2004 - 1:23 pm
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The book, "Our Stolen Future", by Theo Colborn, Senior Scientist at the World Wildlife Fund, gives specific data about the mutagenic effects of chemicals on foetal development in rats and other animals. Some man-made chemicals, and their combinations, mimic the molecular structure of hormones that fire off development in the foetal growth process, resulting in unwanted developmental characteristics, like tiny penises and cranky temperaments in rats.

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