The Living Force
Ok, so we are sometimes like sci-fi fans and our brains either project or turn to mush (guilty as charged).Apparently it's sold as C60 which is carried in "black seed oil". Clif High also referred to it as "monoatomic" which seems to be a new age science word salad term, which made me think of "monoatomic gold" that was popular quite a few years ago.
There is a thread here on C60 and some have tried it but there seem to be no big discoveries so far.
C60 supplements - any thoughts?
I have to admit I wondered if the C60 has anything to do with something the Cs mentioned in an earlier session but don't really know that it is connected (may be pattern recognition run amok).
This is off on a tangent but eventually all things interconnect I suppose so please just file this in the dust bin if it doesn't add to the conversation/conversations.
Session 23 September 2000:
Q: Here is a comment from one of our listmembers:
"Our reality depends on what we believe to be true. What we believe depends on our perception. Our perception depends on what we look for. What we look for depends on our thoughts. What we think depends on our state of wisdom. Our wisdom depends on our state of awareness. Our awareness depends on our intuition. Our intuition depends on maturity of soul. The maturity of soul depends on the image we represent of the one infinite mind. All images are holograms of this mind. We are duplicates of the original." Is this an accurate way of representing our reality?
A: Close. It is one chain of relations, though not all. The dependent relationships are far more complicated.
Q: Now, let me get to MY questions! You once said that the core of DNA is an as yet undiscovered enzyme related to carbon. Is that correct?
Q: Here in this book it says:
"Evidence is accumulating that only a relatively small portion of the DNA sequence is for so-called structural genes. Structural genes lead to the production of protein. There are an estimated 50,000 structural genes with an average sized of approximately 5,000 base pairs, which then accounts for only 250 million of the estimated 3 billion base pairs. What is the rest of the DNA for? Some of the DNA is so-called repetitive sequences, repeated thousands of times. The function is unknown. The ALU, repeat, for instance, contains over 300,000 copies of the same 300 base pair sequence. Certainly this DNA is not junk and plays some important role in the gene regulation chromosomal architecture or chromosomal replication. Until 1977, it was thought that genes were single sequences of DNA that are coded into RNA and then into protein. However, further study has shown greater complexity. It is now known that there are pieces of DNA within a gene that are not translated into protein. These intervening sequences, or INTRONS, are somewhat of a mystery, but appear to be a very common phenomenon."
Now, is this thing they are talking about, these INTRONS, are these the core that you were talking about?
A: In part.
Q: What about this ALU repeat with over 300,000 copies of the same base pair sequence. What is it?
A: Tribal unit.