Author Archives: DWN

New recommendations on human genome editing

This Position Paper might be of interest to some of you. The recent application of tools — such as CRISPR-Cas9 (clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats; Cas9 nuclease), to edit the human genome with the intention of treating or preventing … Continue reading

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SCIENTIFIC MISCONDUCT BY THE U.S. NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES

In this 2.5-hour presentation, Professor Ed Calabrese goes through the steps by which the research record was altered by the BEAR Genetics Panel. This led to the Linear No-Theshold (LNT) “government policy,” back in the 1950s, based on this fraudulent … Continue reading

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Scientists develop simple blood test for early detection of Alzheimer disease

This article might be of interest to many GEITP-ers who have family members and loved ones — at various stages of dementia. ☹ We would judge this article to be a likely big-time breakthrough in this field — involving proteomics … Continue reading

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Origin of SARS-CoV-2 Virus — Following the Clues

For those interested “the origin of the Wuhan virus,” these data — just sent to me today — are interesting and very relevant DwN From: Anonymous Sent: Thursday, June 24, 2021 5:35 AM The article by Nicholas Wade [below] is … Continue reading

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HGNC 2021 Spring NewLetter

New HGNC search application is live! Readers of the Winter newsletter will remember being asked to test the beta version of our improved search. Thanks so much to all who did this and provided us with feedback. On April 1st … Continue reading

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What has happened to American education?

This description by a communist defector — is not to be taken lightly. This is very scary. ☹ North Korean defector says ‘even North Korea was not this crazy’ after attending Ivy League school Yeonmi Park escaped the oppressive regime … Continue reading

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NORMAL SOLAR MINIMUM vs the MAUNDER MINIMUM

Right now, in the field of atmospheric science — there is an interesting debate going on. We’ve been in our “Solar Minimum” for more than a year now; the usual thing that happens next (in the normal 11-year solar cycle) … Continue reading

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The decline of mathematics and creative science these past two decades

Attached is the 98-page report by the National Association of Scholars (NAS) — warning the U..S. that our current trend of encouraging mediocrity in science will have disastrous long-term consequences. In fact, it already has. Comparing scientific thought processes and … Continue reading

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Role of Environmental Genetics in Preventive Medicine. An Interview with Daniel W. Nebert

The medical students of Yale University first published The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine (YJBM), Volume 1, No. 1, in October 1928. Since then, YJBM has been the only internationally recognized medical journal edited and published by students. In … Continue reading

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Novel Probiotic Shows Promise in Treating Type-2 Diabetes

As these GEITP pages have often stated, any trait (phenotype) reflects contributions of: [a] genetics (differences in DNA sequence); [b] epigenetic factors (chromosomal events independent of DNA sequence. The four accepted subdivisions include: DNA methylation, RNA interference, histone modifications, and … Continue reading

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