Why a person's DNA is unique

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Why a person's DNA is unique
The complete DNA of each individual is unique, with the exception of identical twins. A DNA fingerprint, therefore, is a DNA pattern that has a unique sequence such that it can be distinguished from the DNA patterns of other individuals. DNA fingerprinting is also called DNA typing



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SpaceRam

San Vicente, Distrito Federal Argentina

Re: Why a person's DNA is unique
Because the aliens who made us decided to make each one of us a work of art.
One of a kind and a kind of one. One of us. You are us.
Ken_19 Ken_19

Winchester, Virginia USA

Re: Why a person's DNA is unique
SpaceRam: Because the aliens who made us decided to make each one of us a work of art.
One of a kind and a kind of one. One of us. You are us.


We is all us. That's the joke and their eventual downfall. It is true they work in 5 dimensions and long ago that gave them a huge advantage over the many hominid species found here. But their intellect is/was limited and they didn't foresee the end result of merging our 3rd and 4th chromosome into a new 3rd chromosome until it was way too late. Pandora is out of the box. (No pun intended, well yes it was) We is smarter than them. Sure, they can physically see things we can't. But we can understand those things and do math they never could. We understand the both the concept of 11 dimensions and also that it means everything is really just another part of everything else. They didn't. They never will. It is way beyond what they perceive and they lack the ability to conceptualize consequences.

When the lion attacks you can think of it as you vs the lion. That's how those alien brains view the universe. OR you can understand you and the lion are too different slices of the same pie and there therefore is no attack, and even if there was, what of it, you will continue no matter what. You will just change forms is all.
Ken_19 Ken_19

Winchester, Virginia USA

Re: Why a person's DNA is unique
SpaceRam: Because the aliens who made us decided to make each one of us a work of art.
One of a kind and a kind of one. One of us. You are us.


We is all us. That's the joke and their eventual downfall. It is true they work in 5 dimensions and long ago that gave them a huge advantage over the many hominid species found here. But their intellect is/was limited and they didn't foresee the end result of merging our 3rd and 4th chromosome into a new 3rd chromosome until it was way too late. Pandora is out of the box. (No pun intended, well yes it was) We is smarter than them. Sure, they can physically see things we can't. But we can understand those things and do math they never could. We understand the both the concept of 11 dimensions and also that it means everything is really just another part of everything else. They didn't. They never will. It is way beyond what they perceive and they lack the ability to conceptualize consequences.

When the lion attacks you can think of it as you vs the lion. That's how those alien brains view the universe. OR you can understand you and the lion are too different slices of the same pie and there therefore is no attack, and even if there was, what of it, you will continue no matter what. You will just change forms is all.
Re: Why a person's DNA is unique
pedro27: The complete DNA of each individual is unique, with the exception of identical twins. A DNA fingerprint, therefore, is a DNA pattern that has a unique sequence such that it can be distinguished from the DNA patterns of other individuals. DNA fingerprinting is also called DNA typing



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