An understanding of the newly described cell-control mechanisms will cause as profound a shift in biological belief as the quantum revolution caused in physics. The strength of the emerging new biological model is that it unifies the basic philosophies of conventional medicine, complementary medicine and spiritual healing.
The results of the Genome project reveal that there are only about 34,000 genes in the human genome. Two thirds of the anticipated genes do not exist! How can we account for the complexity of a genetically-controlled human when there are not even enough genes to code just for the proteins?
Bruce Lipton cell biologist and frequent and favorite guest on this program for more than a decade . Bruce and I were chatting and he mentioned that some of the new data coming in from the human genome project and all that research is confounding the standard scientist but could be interpreted to support Bruce’s thesis that he’s been sharing with us for the last couple of decades, and that is that those genes are very valuable that they actually respond with the environment, and with consciousness as well.
Bruce Lipton is an American developmental biologist noted for his views on epigenetics. In his book The Biology of Belief, he shows how beliefs control human biology rather than DNA and inheritance.
From the Archives: This live interview was recorded on April 17, 2001 on the nationally syndicated radio program, hosted by Laura Lee . See more at www.lauralee.com
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