Viruses are a genetic engineering marvel created by aliens.

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27/10/2023 5:56

There is no solid explanation for the origin of viruses. Natural selection does not apply to viruses! Theories exist, but none are rational!

Alien genetic engineering.

In this blog, I propose a radically different view of the origin of viruses and the purpose for which they were created. Indeed, open-mindedness is required. Viruses are a marvel of highly sophisticated genetic engineering. Suppose you look closely at this incredible sophistication. In that case, you find it hard to believe that viruses result from random processes, especially considering that the principles of natural selection do not apply to viruses but only to their host offspring when the changes serve better survival traits. The origin of viruses is obscure, although there are several theories, none convincing! The fact that the human genome contains between 8% and 10% genetic sequencing from viruses only illustrates viruses' dramatic impact on humans and probably on the flora and fauna of Earth.

Viruses mutate, but this is an entropy mechanism and cannot be attributed to natural selection, a biological process that applies only to organisms. Link: Viruses mutate but can't be attributed to natural selection.

Genetic engineering using viruses requires absolute precision, sophistication, and familiarity with the genome of flora and fauna on Earth. Therefore, it is clear that extraterrestrials have a supreme scientific and technological level, the result of prolonged research on Earth.

 

The origin and role of viruses in human evolution.

Science is engaged in complicated biochemistry and fails to notice that creating viruses offers no physical or evolutionary advantage. The only logical explanation is that viruses are an artificial tool created by superior extraterrestrials, not a creation of nature.

Viruses do not have chromosomes. However, they are a very sophisticated kidnapping tool. 

  • A virus cannot multiply independently; instead, it must infect cells and utilize host cell components to replicate itself. Viruses do not have chromosomes in the traditional sense. Viruses, on the other hand, have a segmented genome. A genome segment is a single, distinct nucleic acid fragment among the many that make up a single viral genome.
  • Some viruses are specifically adapted only to animals, but sometimes they can also be transmitted to humans. In those cases, they do not affect the human genetic code because genetic engineering requires absolute accuracy in locations and sequences.
  • The fact that only a negligible percentage of monkeys, unlike humans, originate from viruses should be no surprise. In the last tens of millions of years, extraterrestrials have not tried to upgrade apes genetically.
There is a genetic gap of about 4% between humans and apes, about 15 million changes. (Some more significant and some tiny) The change caused by viruses in the 8% to 10% is enormous. It is essential to emphasize that in Adrian Dvir's X3 Healing Entities and Extraterrestrials, extraterrestrials openly admit that they have upgraded the human race with many iterations. Link: Adrian Dvir (Wikipedia) 

 

Introduction - Aliens upgraded human genetics using viruses.  

To upgrade the human race - there is no need to kidnap millions of women and target them with genetically modified sperm! It is enough to send a genetically engineered virus that will allow upgrading a version of human DNA for future generations. That's exactly what hackers do in movies! They insert a virus into the server and change the computer code of all users at once. This is the easiest and most effective way possible.

  • The fact that there is no established theory about the origin of viruses stems from the fact that they have no survival necessity, only the opposite. Science is so captivated by the theory of Darwinian evolution (which has correct principles) that it has explored other possibilities!
  • Viruses are a living doubt and an inanimate doubt; they lack self-reproductive capacity and do not have an independent energy production mechanism. They depend on the host for this. Viruses are considered relatively simple protein molecules with genetic code whose sole purpose is penetration into host cells and replication through the mechanisms of the host cell. It may sound simple, but it's not! Viruses are not subject to natural selection laws; in any case, the host comes out damaged, even if the virus does not cause death. The only benefit of viruses, beyond the information they leave, is that they can change the inherited genetic information for future generations! The fact that between 8% and 10% of the human genome comes from viruses only shows the enormous importance of viruses.

The fact that viruses can integrate into human DNA in just the exact places inherited by future generations while creating a survival disadvantage for the host but an advantage to his offspring in the long run, as a condition derived from the principle of natural selection, is impossible at random! It's supreme sophistication! Which statistically cannot be arbitrary.

 

Even though apes are exposed to human viruses, you will not find many traces of viruses! 

Aliens didn't put much effort into the genetic upgrading of apes! Therefore, you will find only a few remains in apes, even though they are exposed to a few human viruses and share many genetic similarities.

Questions and answers using ChatGPT. 

How much of an ape's genome can be attributed to viruses?

  • "Apes' genomes contain a small percentage of viral DNA sequences, remnants of ancient viral infections that have integrated into their genome over time. According to scientific studies, about 8-10% of the human genome can be attributed to viruses. Given the close genetic relationship between humans and apes (such as chimpanzees), it is reasonable to assume that a similar percentage of viral DNA can also be found in the genomes of apes. However, it is important to note that the specific percentage may vary among different species of apes."

Do great apes suffer from the same viral infections that attack humans?

  • "Great apes, including chimpanzees, bonobos, gorillas, and orangutans, can indeed suffer from viral infections affecting humans. Some examples include influenza (flu), the common cold, and even potentially deadly viruses like Ebola and HIV."
  • "Great apes are especially susceptible to certain viral infections due to their genetic similarity to humans. Among these infections, Ebola has been particularly devastating to wild populations of gorillas and chimpanzees in Central Africa."
  • "It's important to note that viral diseases can greatly impact the health of great apes and, in some cases, lead to severe illness and death. Due to their close evolutionary relationship to humans, it is crucial to take measures to protect both great apes and humans from spreading potentially harmful viruses."

Do great apes suffer from unique viral infections that do not attack humans?

  • "Yes, great apes can suffer from viral infections specific to their species and do not commonly infect humans. One example of such a viral infection is the Simian Immunodeficiency Virus (SIV), which is an immunodeficiency virus that infects many species of non-human primates, including gorillas, chimpanzees, and other apes. While SIV is closely related to the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), it does not typically cause disease in its natural great ape hosts. However, it can be transmitted from great apes to humans and has been a source of human infections."
  • "Additionally, other viral infections, such as various strains of the Ebola virus, affect great apes. These viral infections can cause severe illness and even death in great apes, but they generally do not pose a significant threat to human populations."
  • "It's worth noting that studying these unique viral infections in great apes is important for understanding zoonotic diseases."

 

Some viruses passed from animals do not result from genetic engineering by extraterrestrials.

Viruses that were not highly propagable were usually not created by aliens but passed from animals to humans. It is essential to emphasize that animal viruses also originate from the genetic engineering of extraterrestrials. Viruses are rare and do not serve genetic enhancement because their distribution is low and often more virulent.

 

Continue reading: Human Evolution Must Have Been Accelerated By Extraterrestrials.

In the coming decades, Quantum supercomputers, combined with artificial intelligence, will be able to simulate which features have been added by introducing viral genetic modifications. Only then will we realize that this is not by chance. My guess is the main upgrade will be in humans' brains!

 

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