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"What If All We Know is Wrong" (A Continuation of Gradualism, Under the Microscope)

Above is the human protein DNA helix model, manipulating it has changed our world, period.
This evening on 'Connecting the Dots' at HarambeeRadio.com from 7PM to 9PM EST "What If All We Know Is Wrong". CTD will begin a series of critically important shows that will disclose, describe and explain the significance of synthetic biology and how it has come to dominate our world but we know nothing of it. Most of us have never even heard of it. Very recent events are revealing a level of controlling people, populations and environments that far exceed our common perception, our common thought, our common understanding and our common awareness. From the manipulation of our immune systems (GcMAF) to ZIKA (Protein engineering), from Atrazine to GMO food, from the explosion of Autism to now Cancer being 1 in 3, from Atrazine to GMO foods to controlling seeds; this is, as we said almost two years ago, "from Michael Brown to Ebola". Scientific animus started in the 18th century Congo region and has been a tacit mainstay of medicine and science every since. Our thinking has to catch up to our reality."

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