Scientists prove our DNA has Telepathic abilities

DNA Proven To Have Telepathic Abilities

Scientists have finally proven that our DNA has Telepathic abilities: Are we globally connected? They refer to it as Genetic ‘telepathy’ and it is a completely shocking new discovery.

Scientists firmly believe that have discovered a new detail about our DNA which points towards the fact that it has the ability to ‘link itself together’ when separated by distance, in other words, our DNA has the ability to communicate telepathically. But this was believed to be impossible according to many experts, but you know what they say, everything is impossible until it becomes possible.

According to tests published by the Journal of Physical Chemistry intact double-strand DNA has the mysterious ability to communicate at a distance telepathically meaning that it has the ability to identify certain similarities in other DNA stands even at a distance making it possible to congregate without physical contact.

In other words, it means that just as friends which have similar interests hang out, tiny little bits of genetic material basically do the same congregating together.

The next big step? How to control telepathy?

According to the authors of the article that appeared in the ACS’ Journal, Geoff S. Baldwin, Sergey Leikin, John M. Seddon, and Alexi A. Kornyshev and their colleges,

“Amazingly, the forces responsible for the sequence recognition can reach across more than one nanometer of water separating the surfaces of the nearest neighbor DNA.”

In the experiment, researchers placed fluorescently tagged DNA strands in water without proteins or other material that could interfere with the experiment and observed it. Researchers were able to understand that identical nucleotide sequences were about twice as likely to gather together as DNA strands with different sequences.

This incredible experiment might shed new light and help increase accuracy and efficiency of homologous recombination of genes which according to scientists, is a process that is responsible for DNA repair, evolution and genetic diversity.

Source: Ewao