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(Daily Express)   Remember the number 37, it's the genetic code the aliens have assigned to you   ( express.co.uk) divider line
    More: Interesting, Gene, genetic code, Amino acid, mathematician Vladmir shCherbak, Fesenkov Astrophysical Institute, 20 amino acids, chain atomic mass, total atomic mass  
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2017-03-19 09:15:54 PM  
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2017-03-19 10:07:08 PM  
Maxim Makukov from the Fesenkov Astrophysical Institute in Almaty, Kazakhstan, claims to have discovered an "intelligent-like signal" that is encoded into our genetic material.

Ooh! The MIT of Asia!
 
2017-03-19 10:30:00 PM  
FTFA: The Kazakhstani duo have taken this one step further, and believe that life is a result of "direct panspermia"

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2017-03-20 12:33:18 AM  
The notion that life on Earth has alien origins is nothing new, but a pair of researchers believe that they have cracked an ancient code which prove that life was planted on Earth by extraterrestrial beings.

And then they just left us unattended? I mean, I suppose if you want to believe the various alien sightings you could say they're still monitoring us. But I highly doubt it. I think they would have stepped in by now.

Or who knows? Maybe they're so smart they're like, "Yep, they think they're getting more peaceful, but they're actually really divided. The great world war will teach them a lesson and we'll still have about 4 billion humans to enslave."

But hey, learned a new word today. Panspermia. Spellcheck doesn't recognize it. But it makes me think of fried eggs. Panspermia...yeah...I like it.
 
2017-03-20 01:16:08 AM  
Mine is 42
 
2017-03-20 02:19:16 AM  
And here I though I was 8472
 
2017-03-20 02:56:38 AM  
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Close.
 
2017-03-20 03:00:33 AM  
In a row?
 
2017-03-20 03:26:29 AM  
Another is in 'Rumer's transformation'. Yuri Rumer first identified in 1966 that the genetic code can be divided equally in half, with one half being "whole family" codons - a codon being three structural units within DNA - and the other half being "split family", which do not have the AC code, an amino acid that is used to build proteins.
There are a total of 28 codons which have a total atomic mass of 1665 and a combined side chain atomic mass of 703 - both of which are multiples of 37.


I'm a proteomicist and I have no idea what this means.
 
2017-03-20 03:36:29 AM  

LockeOak: Another is in 'Rumer's transformation'. Yuri Rumer first identified in 1966 that the genetic code can be divided equally in half, with one half being "whole family" codons - a codon being three structural units within DNA - and the other half being "split family", which do not have the AC code, an amino acid that is used to build proteins.
There are a total of 28 codons which have a total atomic mass of 1665 and a combined side chain atomic mass of 703 - both of which are multiples of 37.

I'm a proteomicist and I have no idea what this means.


It's numerology, it's what that is.  "Look, almost half of all the numbers I can find for stuff are even!  This means something!"  Yeah, it means you're nuttier than squirrel turds and you're mouthing a load of bollocks.
 
2017-03-20 04:06:51 AM  
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2017-03-20 04:09:49 AM  
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2017-03-20 05:37:26 AM  

LockeOak: Another is in 'Rumer's transformation'. Yuri Rumer first identified in 1966 that the genetic code can be divided equally in half, with one half being "whole family" codons - a codon being three structural units within DNA - and the other half being "split family", which do not have the AC code, an amino acid that is used to build proteins.
There are a total of 28 codons which have a total atomic mass of 1665 and a combined side chain atomic mass of 703 - both of which are multiples of 37.

I'm a proteomicist and I have no idea what this means.


Did you know, if you were to take half of a person's DNA and line it up against the other half, the two halves would align perfectly?  That can't be accidental.
 
2017-03-20 06:05:18 AM  
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2017-03-20 06:12:46 AM  
It's too early in the morning for this kind of dumb.
 
2017-03-20 07:04:00 AM  
On the case
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2017-03-20 07:53:25 AM  
Ah the good ol' equidistant letter search for hidden codes.  Someone's following Michael Drosnin's recipe for hucksterism.
 
2017-03-20 08:25:26 AM  

ArkAngel: And here I though I was 8472


It's 5618, actually.
 
2017-03-20 08:28:56 AM  
Base 10? I thought the aliens use base 12.
 
2017-03-20 09:11:24 AM  

WelldeadLink: Base 10? I thought the aliens use base 12.


They use whatever base they want, because they all are belong to them.
 
2017-03-20 09:13:54 AM  

mr lawson: On the case
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Also on the case:
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2017-03-20 09:20:49 AM  

WelldeadLink: Base 10? I thought the aliens use base 12.


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2017-03-20 09:43:40 AM  
Wake up sheeple

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2017-03-20 09:44:28 AM  
Humans are 37° internally, if you're using the scale that originated in Sweden in 1742. Or did it originate with aliens?
 
2017-03-20 09:52:59 AM  

nytmare: Humans are 37° internally, if you're using the scale that originated in Sweden in 1742. Or did it originate with aliens?


Holy shiat. And 37 is a prime number. This is a HUGE discovery. A paradigm shift.
 
2017-03-20 10:01:44 AM  

ArkAngel: And here I though I was 8472


Came for this
 
2017-03-20 10:54:15 AM  
The proof that the aliens were intelligent is that every human being contains junk DNA that spells out "The Express is a farking useless tabloid piece of trash and worse than the Daily Mail." when translated into Turkish.

Numerological tripe. Pick a number, any number, and you will find it everywhere and if you don't, try randomly adding, multiplying, dividing and subtracting until you do!
 
2017-03-20 11:19:10 AM  

brantgoose: The proof that the aliens were intelligent is that every human being contains junk DNA that spells out "The Express is a farking useless tabloid piece of trash and worse than the Daily Mail." when translated into Turkish.

Numerological tripe. Pick a number, any number, and you will find it everywhere and if you don't, try randomly adding, multiplying, dividing and subtracting until you do!


Agrees with you:

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2017-03-20 12:16:16 PM  

ThatBillmanGuy: ArkAngel: And here I though I was 8472

It's 5618, actually.


So it's not 8675309?
 
2017-03-20 12:34:57 PM  

WelldeadLink: Base 10? I thought the aliens use base 12.


They do. Here's proof:
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2017-03-20 02:47:23 PM  

jaylectricity: The notion that life on Earth has alien origins is nothing new, but a pair of researchers believe that they have cracked an ancient code which prove that life was planted on Earth by extraterrestrial beings.

And then they just left us unattended? I mean, I suppose if you want to believe the various alien sightings you could say they're still monitoring us. But I highly doubt it. I think they would have stepped in by now.

Or who knows? Maybe they're so smart they're like, "Yep, they think they're getting more peaceful, but they're actually really divided. The great world war will teach them a lesson and we'll still have about 4 billion humans to enslave."

But hey, learned a new word today. Panspermia. Spellcheck doesn't recognize it. But it makes me think of fried eggs. Panspermia...yeah...I like it.

I think several extraterrestrials modified the DNA here and wagered on the results.  After one reset (the great flood all major religions report) they are now drinking beer and watching the middle game.  Kind of like several colonies in one ant farm.

 
2017-03-20 03:15:01 PM  
So it took them 36 tries to get it perfect?

/ more likely our number on the dinner special...
 
2017-03-20 04:24:11 PM  
I thought it was 42?
 
2017-03-20 04:42:42 PM  

LockeOak: Another is in 'Rumer's transformation'. Yuri Rumer first identified in 1966 that the genetic code can be divided equally in half, with one half being "whole family" codons - a codon being three structural units within DNA - and the other half being "split family", which do not have the AC code, an amino acid that is used to build proteins.
There are a total of 28 codons which have a total atomic mass of 1665 and a combined side chain atomic mass of 703 - both of which are multiples of 37.

I'm a proteomicist and I have no idea what this means.


It's a schooner. Just relax your eyes.
 
2017-03-20 04:57:53 PM  

WelldeadLink: Base 10? I thought the aliens use base 12.


13, actually. You know, what's 9x6?

OK So Amuse Me: I thought it was 42?


There you go.
 
2017-03-20 09:38:21 PM  

ThatBillmanGuy: ArkAngel: And here I though I was 8472

It's 5618, actually.


Lately, I'm feel like we'd be lumped in the same category as 329 by the Borg.
 
2017-03-20 11:02:15 PM  
Prof Makukov told New Scientist: "It was clear right away that the code has a non-random structure.The patterns that we describe are not simply non-random.

What in the living hell does this even mean. And how stupid are these people that they are staggered by finding structure in DNA. What is this crap. And shouldn't these questions be followed by a question mark.
 
2017-03-21 01:37:52 AM  
Checks manicure, rubs on vest, checks again and says...
"I am perhaps 37.1".
 
2017-03-21 06:30:42 AM  
ugghh... it's also borne of the fallacy that assumes odd and even numbers are the only natural states. It's really teaching the controversy.
 
2017-03-21 08:14:54 AM  
It's the Express, isn't it a step down from even The Daily Fail?

Now I doubt there's a number 37
 
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