I Was Told There Would Be

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EDGIMECATION YEAH I HAD ONE, I GRADATED AT 6 TO HELP PA FIX PICKEM UP TRUCKS | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
I know some really brilliant people without educations
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So do I! But they usually are not on Imgflip - they prefer to do something useful.
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I can teach you a lot about evolution that you probably didn't know or realize:
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Well, let's not get into nurture or nature - i am tired of that. Just hope, you know enough about epigenetics.
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I know enough to know that there are so many undiscovered backup systems in dna.
I once ran a computersimulation to see if I could calculate how much % of junk-dna was possible, and I got rather low numbers, so I usually figure our own dna has low amount's of junk as well. The way the dna folds affect the Whole system, which hint at quantummechanical links, and some really pro people once built an ai by evolution and chips. At one stage of their experiment they lacked ressourcess, so they decided to remove all chips not in contact with any current/electricity to use in some of the other ai's. The result was that the ai's with removed chips suddenly got altered behaviour which hinted that the very presence of the microchips had influence on the whole system. I'm not a scientist on the area of epigenetics, but I do know some related stories like the sex of crocodiles is determined by the temperature in the egg-nest, I think it was korea that discovered humans have temperaturebased epigenetics as well, infants exposed to cold grow up to be coldresistant and the same goes with heat. The stresslevel in women alters the dna of their baby in several area's one is becomming overweight. As men grows older their sperm becomes more mutated. Stuff like that. I also knows a little about horisontal vs vertical evolution.
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What is most important: epigenetics controls the ratio of the gene expression. And that is extremely important fo the functioning of the brain. This has only very little to do with the breeding frequency.
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PS: I am very aware of the intervention of non-terrestrial civilizations into evolution, the amount of "junk" DNA we have leaves no other choice. And they presented us some really bad bugs - but I am going to stop here, except for the remark: of course quantum mechanics!. Thanks for the discussion.
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So far the term "junk-dna" is used on dna-that we have no idea what functions it serves, but that doesn't make it useless by default, we might just don't know enough. I doubt aliens would tamper with our dna, as they would sort of know that evolution would lead to intelligent species in the end. Aliens with the patience to experiment on cavemen and return a million years later to check on the result will have patience enough to let evolution take it's course on it's own :D
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"These genetic gaps have primarily been caused by the activity of retroviral-like transposable element sequences. Transposable elements were once considered 'junk DNA' with little or no function. Now it appears that they may be one of the major reasons why we are so different from chimpanzees. Our findings are generally consistent with the notion that the morphological and behavioral differences between humans and chimpanzees are predominately due to differences in the regulation of genes rather than to differences in the sequence of the genes themselves." Quote from a scientist (forgot to write down who). But the genetic comparison bewteen chimpanzees and humans is not yet finished. We'll see what it brings (some scientists say the difference may be as large as 30% due to the diferences in the "junk" (non-coding) DNA. And then we can use some statistics and probalities to see whether an evolutionary process could have done this in a couple of million years. Its all about probabilities - in quantum mechanics as well as in biology!
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Typically human, instead of viewing the whole thing we narrow down on the details. I've done it myself a lot of times. This "flaw" was the sole reason why AI wasn't working very well 10 years ago. These days we feed the AI all details we have on a subject and they simply work because of that. I recently discovered that the same principle applies to a "paper-computer" I started using some 5-10 years ago. I use it to run an evolutionary process on a cardgame I play (magic the gathering) and about a half year ago I read an article about how massive data makes AI work regardless of how primitive the main program is, and that's how I discovered I've reinvented the same process on my own. But my experiences from this allways turn out to be that if I had "programmed" the thing to extract even more data I wouldn't have to reset and rerun the whole process later. The more data you can get down on paper, the better it can be researched. Simple advice, but so hard to live out :D
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Thank you for this. I totally agree: the devil is in the detail - you need lots of exact data in order to draw valid conclusions. I have lots of work, therefore just this short reply, perhaps more later.
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