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How does the psychic stream of information relate to DNA? How does the inheritance changes become encoded into the DNA, so that they may be transmitted to the next generation? Erasmus Darwin encountered these problems in 1796. Making Sense of Life Explaining Genes & Telepathy by Richard Alabone is a dissertation that proposes a theory that suggests that information flows directly from the members of that previous generation and not from DNA. This new approach to the biology of consciousness is what the author termed as “new core theory.”
The author starts by explaining some of the mysteries that science hasn’t been able to solve, after which he highlights the seven critical questions in biology and relates the inability to answer them to researchers working with an incorrect paradigm. He then provides evidence from many areas of scientific interest, from astrology to astronomy, particle physics, and the planets, which, when considered alone, looks like science fiction but, when viewed together, proves an unlikely carrier of information between members of species. The author then looks at observed facts about consciousness and how those facts may be understood better by the new approach to biology presented in this book.
It’s not every day that someone develops the audacity to question what has been generally accepted in science as a theory. I commend the author for his bravery in writing this stimulating and thought-provoking piece, knowing that he would be subject to a lot of criticisms after publication. I am pleased that the author not only disputes the existing theories but also gives compelling reasons for it and provides an alternative thought process, which he backs up with logical shreds of credible evidence. At first, when I started reading, the information looked too abstract, but I’m glad I continued, as I can now understand the author’s concerns. I must say that if the author’s hypothesis is accepted, it’ll change a lot about what we know about biology.
The piece of this book that impacted me the most was the point at which the writer attempted to clarify the proof of rebirth. I was likewise captivated by the secret of heart transplants, where the new proprietor of the heart frequently acquires the inclinations, propensities, or practices of the benefactor. All these become, to a lesser degree, a secret only when considered in light of the new core theory. I was additionally satisfied with the number of valuable references which the author provided, as it upgraded the believability of the data. For instance, he made references to explanations or works of some legitimate individuals like Michel Gauquelin.
There was nothing to disdain about this book; it was written as a paper, and the writer legitimized its structure from the chapter by chapter guide to the addendum. Being the subsequent version, I should state that the creator has made the crucial changes that were the bases of reactions, which he got for the first. This book is expertly edited, which guaranteed that my perusing stream wasn’t undermined all through the book. I rate Making Sense of Life Explaining Genes & Telepathy 4 out of 4 stars, and I prescribe it to individuals who are keen on science, particularly scholars who can give productive reactions to the data contained inside the pages.
Making Sense of Life Explaining Genes & Telepathy
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