Complex Desire

February 19, 2012 By arne hendriks 0

Since growth is a function of the fundamental desire of DNA to replicate itself, it is very difficult to obstruct. Any genetic mutation that surpresses this fundamental desire can be considered a revolutionary force. The refusal for increased growth goes against the system. Unlike the superior endocrinological intelligence of pygmies, who are able to neutralize too much growth desire, most of mankind is not equipped to ignore the unhealthy abundance of growth promoting ideals and substances in our environment.

In this light it is interesting to note that several extreme forms of growth retardation, known as primordial dwarfism, are caused by mutations in exactly those genes that facilitate the endocrinological desire to grow. This so called¬†pre-replication complex brings together the components needed in order for DNA to initiate replication. In several forms of dwarfis mutations in the cluster slow down the multiplication of cells, copy themselves less and so limit growth. Primordial dwarfism still comes with several serious health consequences and it is at present an unrealistic route to accomplish smaller healthy human beings. Even so, it’s important to recognize the potential of the genetic refusal of the current dominating system of growth.¬†All it takes is a different perspective.