Take GMOZ add that to our RNA , our RNA effects, equals our DNA. Hence, the formula, GMOZ + RNA = DNA

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They presume they own us. Set them Straight

It’s no secret that having lunch messes with our biochemistry. GMOZ + RNA = DNA. Once that sandwich hits our stomach, genes related to digestion have been activated and are causing the production of the many molecules that help break food down.

A new study suggests that the connection between our food’s biochemistry, GMOZ + RNA = DNA, and our own may be more intimate than we thought. Tiny RNAs usually found in plants have been discovered circulating in blood, animal studies (Rats) show that they are directly manipulating the expression of genes.

Doowans have been writing, thus learning about GMOZ for the last month and a half. (See this Post) Especially, since they possibly, maybe, could have, most likely, undoubtedly, might, maybe just a little, but can’t confirm nor deny, Prop 37 failed by tampering with the vote, have an effect on us.

Hey, I am not saying they did, but there’s proof they have tampered with votes in the past. We have the videos to prove it. Oooops, I shouldn’t have told them that.

We have discovered some pretty scary stuff = Modified RNA, that they have put in our food. GMOZ + RNA = DNA, Really we aren’t trying to scare you, because they do a really, really, good job of that already. We wanted you to make an informed decision about what to put in your mouth.

GMOZ As we already know, have been added to just about everything we like to eat, and that’s really bad. Man, it’s even in Ice Cream. Ice Cream sounds so good right about now, its such a pretty word. Ice, something nice and cool and refreshing. Cream, like the cream of the crop, or the stuff that makes butter.

You guys are really bad people for doing that, you could have left us one good thing to eat, all the while poisoning us with the rest. You know, they could have tried their gene splicing out on Brussel Sprouts first. I hate them things. They look like little brains, but no, they had to go for the good stuff.

Anyway, we have done some homework over the weekend and found some good information about, how GMOZ might affect our DNA. We had to say might. We all know that DNA is really important stuff = molecule in us, and if we change our DNA that it might change us. Right?

So, we have information that was written by a doctor, named Dr. Ananya Mandal MD. See a real doctor. Hey, why do they call it a Medical Practice? One would hope after all that training they might have it right by now, especially if they’re going to practice on you!

We would LOVE to share this information with you if we may? Some of its kind a technical so go take an aspirin right now, because your brain’s going to hurt after this. Well maybe not because we have pictures too. Let’s get started because when were done with this, we’ll know how this all works, well not all of it. However you’ll have a really good idea. We will help along the way so it’s not so painful.


RNA stands for ribonucleic acid.

It’s an important molecule with long chains of nucleotides. A nucleotide contains a nitrogenous base, a ribose sugar, and a phosphate. Just like DNA, RNA is vital for living beings. RNA comes in a variety of different shapes. Double-stranded DNA is a staircase-like molecule. Ribonucleic acid (RNA) has the bases adenine (A), cytosine (C), guanine (G), and uracil (U). Image Credit: National Institute of General Medical Sciences.


This what RNA looks like. Just trying to help!

DNA compared to RNA

DNA is defined as a nucleic acid that has the genetic instructions used in the development and functioning of all known living organisms. RNA molecules are involved in protein synthesis and sometimes in the transmission of genetic information. However unlike DNA, RNA comes in a variety of shapes and types. Sow GMOZ + RNA = DNA.


Single stand of RNA just like DNA but Half of the helix

While DNA looks like a double helix and a twisted ladder, RNA may be of more than one type. RNA is usually single-stranded, while DNA is usually double-stranded. In addition, RNA has ribose while DNA contains deoxyribose. Deoxyribose lacks one oxygen atom. RNA has the bases Adenine (A), Uracil (U) (instead of thymine in DNA), Cytosine (C) and Guanine (G).


This is what DNA looks like. What if two RNA strands made DNA? I don’t know Maybe someone else does, and could comment. That way, we’ll know the pictures are helping.

Deoxyribose sugar in DNA is less reactive because of C-H bonds. DNA is stable in alkaline conditions. DNA has smaller grooves where the damaging enzyme can attach which makes it harder for the enzyme to attack DNA. Ribose sugar however is more reactive because of C-OH (hydroxyl) bonds. RNA is not stable in alkaline conditions. RNA has larger grooves, which makes it easier to be attacked by enzymes.

The helix geometry of DNA is of B Form. DNA can be damaged by exposure to Ultraviolet rays. The helix geometry of RNA is of A-Form. RNA strands are continually made, broken down and reused. RNA, however, is more resistant to damage by Ultra-violet rays.

I got a question here. If RNA strands are broken then reused, where does the stuff = molecules come from to make new RNA? If it comes from the ingesting of food we are in trouble, because the foods we eat now have modified RNA!  Sorry to interrupt, go ahead please!

Functions of RNA

The main job of RNA is to transfer the genetic code need for the creation of proteins from the nucleus to the ribosome. This process prevents the DNA from having to leave the nucleus. This keeps the DNA and genetic code protected from damage. Without RNA, proteins could never be made. Sow GMOZ + RNA = DNA

mRNA, rRNA and tRNA

What’s miRNA? Is that modified RNA? Yep! Meaning My RNA as in patent pending.

I read that: The type of RNA in question is called microRNA (abbreviated to miRNA) due to its small size. MiRNAs have been studied extensively since their discovery ten years ago, and have been implicated as players in several human diseases including cancer, Alzheimer’s, and diabetes. They usually function by turning down or shutting down certain genes. The Chinese research provides the first in vivo example of ingested plant miRNA surviving digestion and influencing human cell function in this way. Go ahead DR.!

RNA is formed from DNA by a process called transcription. This uses enzymes like RNA polymerases. RNA is central to protein synthesis. First a type of RNA called messenger RNA (mRNA) carries information from DNA to structures called ribosomes. These ribosomes are made from proteins and ribosomal RNAs (rRNAs). These all come together and form a complex that can read messenger RNAs and translate the information they carry into proteins. This requires the help of transfer RNA or tRNA.

RNAs as enzymes

Some RNAs are enzymes. It was widely believed for many years that only proteins could be enzymes. RNAs are now known to adopt complex tertiary structures and act as biological catalysts. Such RNA enzymes are known as ribozymes, and they show many of the features of a classical enzyme, such as an active site, a binding site for a substrate and a binding site for a cofactor, such as a metal ion.

One of the first ribozymes to be discovered was RNase P, a ribonuclease that is involved in generating tRNA molecules from larger, precursor RNAs. RNase P is composed of both RNA and protein; however, the RNA moiety alone is the catalyst.

So, if RNA is a messenger that carries information from DNA. If the messenger is carrying the wrong message, because it’s being tamper with, won’t it send the wrong message to its bosses the genes that turn on the parts of the DNA that makes babies? Plus, won’t our DNA start doing some strange things because it’s getting mix messages? Shut up, you’re disturbing the governments secret, I mean the class.



Looks really complicated and a part could get broken real easy

DNA plays a role in the synthesis of RNA. Essentially, DNA contains the blueprints for making RNA, so when the cell requires more, it pulls up the necessary  information in the DNA and gets to work. This process is known as “transcription,” referencing the information is basically copied from one molecule to another. Some very sneaky viruses, like HIV, are capable of reverse transcription, which means that they can translate RNA into DNA. Drugs which target such viruses often focus on the reverse transcription capability of the virus, working to block it so that it cannot perform this transcription function. GMOZ + RNA = DNA

Had your flu shot yet? Isn’t that a modified virus?

DNA is deoxyribonucleic acid. It is located in the nuclei of cells, which make up the body. Consequently, DNA can be considered as one of the building blocks of the body.

Let me see if I have this right, because this is really important. DNA plays a role in making RNA and RNA carries messages to the Genes that tell the DNA what to do. Then the DNA could make the wrong RNA because the Genes got the wrong messages from the RNA that the DNA makes Right? If DNA carries the blueprints for making RNA then the Genes that tell DNA how to make RNA are confused like me, then how does RNA know what genes to wear? How did those idiots working on this stuff ever figure this out? They can’t even balance a budget. I’m hungry,  what some GMOZ Corn flakes?

To understand the exact structure and function of the body it is essential to know what a cell is and how it is structured.

The Cell


It amazing to think that we have trillions of these making us up. Doing different things just so we can read this article

The cell is the basic structure of the body. The human body is built of billions and trillions of cells. Cells of different organs vary according to their function.
Each cell contains the hereditary material and can make copies of themselves by reproducing and multiplying. After a specific life span the old cells die off.

Sometimes new ones are made like cancer, because when they multiplying the genetic material as been alter.

Parts of the cell are called organelles. Human cells contain the following major parts:

Nucleus – This is central part of the cell that carries the blue print for the cell functioning and tells the cell when to grow, reproduce and die. It also houses DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid).
Mitochondria – These are the powerhouses of the cell and produce energy for the various activities of the cell.
Cytoplasm – This is a jelly like fluid within the cell in which the other organelles float.
Endoplasmic reticulum (ER) – This helps in processing the molecules (e.g. proteins) created by the cell.
Ribosomes – These lie over the ER and process the genetic instructions or the blueprints within the DNA and create new proteins. These can also float freely in the cytoplasm.
Lysosomes and peroxisomes – These help in digesting foreign bacteria that invade the cell, rid the cell of toxic substances
Cell membrane – This is the outer lining of the cell.

They call it a cell membrane because they like to use big words, it’s really like a fence with big wholes in it that stuff can get in and out of. Like Twinkies or Poptarts! Does your brain hurt yet? We warned you.

The Chromosomes


Here’s a lot of Xs but not to many good Ys left

Within the nucleus the DNA strands are tightly packed to form chromosomes. During the cell division the chromosomes are visible. Each chromosome has a constriction point called the centromere from where two arms are formed. The short arm of the chromosome is labelled the “p arm.” The long arm of the chromosome is labeled the “q arm.” Each pair of chromosome is shaped differently by the location of the centromere and the size of the p and q arms.

Humans normally have 23 pairs of chromosomes, for a total of 46. Twenty-two of these pairs, called autosomes, look the same in both males and females.
The 23rd pair is called the sex chromosomes and differs between males and females. Females have two copies of the X chromosome or XX, while males have one X and one Y chromosome.

I think males broke something, somewhere along the way and that’s Y. Isn’t one of our Chromosomes permanently fused together?  How did nature do that?

The Genes


Our Family Tree? Probably not. We just needed another picture here.

Genes are hereditary material that lies within the cell nucleus. Genes, which are made up of DNA, act as instructions to make molecules called proteins.

The Human Genome Project has estimated that humans have between 20,000 and 25,000 genes. Every person has two copies of each gene, one inherited from each parent. These are mostly similar in all people but a small number of genes, (less than 1 percent of the total), are slightly different between people and this forms the basis of paternity tests and DNA analysis.

They aren’t talking Levis here. Those are on the outside these are on the inside.

Where is DNA found?

DNA, or deoxyribonucleic acid, is the hereditary material that lies within the nucleus of all cells in humans, and other living organisms. GMOZ + RNA = DNA Most of the DNA is placed within the nucleus is called nuclear DNA. However, a small part of DNA can also be found in the mitochondria and is called mitochondrial DNA or mtDNA.

What is DNA made of?

DNA contains four chemical bases:
Adenine (A)
Guanine (G)
Cytosine (C)
Thymine (T).

Genetic Code AGCT


DNA testing looks at this Code

DNA base pairs

DNA bases pair up with each other, A with T and C with G, to form units called base pairs. Each base is also attached to a sugar molecule and a phosphate molecule.
DNA in humans contains around 3 billion bases and these are similar in two persons for about 99% of the total bases. These bases are sequenced differently for different information that needs to be transmitted. This is similar to the way that different sequences of letters form words and sequences of words form sentences.

In the Beginning there was the word, and the word was?

Nucleotides and the double helix

A base, sugar, and phosphate in combination is called a nucleotide. Nucleotides are arranged in two long strands that form a spiral called a double helix. This looks like a twisted ladder and the base pairs form the rungs of the ladder and the sugar and phosphate molecules form the sides of the ladder.

How does DNA replicate itself?

The DNA can make copies of itself. Both the strands of the DNA open up and make a copy of each and become two DNA stands. Thus each new DNA has one copy of the old DNA from where the copy is made.

Mitochondrial DNA

The mitochondria contain small amount of DNA. This genetic material is known as mitochondrial DNA or mtDNA. Each cell contains hundreds to thousands of mitochondria that lie within the cytoplasm. Mitochondrial DNA contains 37 genes that help it to function normally. Thirteen of these genes provide instructions for making enzymes involved in energy production by oxidative phosphorylation. The rest of the genes help in making molecules called transfer RNAs (tRNAs) and ribosomal RNAs (rRNAs) that help in protein synthesis. GMOZ + RNA = DNA

Thank you very much Dr Ananya Mandal, MD for this wonderful article. You did a great job in explaining everything.

Hopefully, this puts the cap of understanding on how GMOZ foods can and do, effect us and why Prop. 37 was important. We need to know what’s in the foods we eat, especially since they are so nice to prepare it for us in Hell’s Kitchen. GMOZ + RNA = DNA

Because we have to work two jobs now to make ends meet. If they would just learn how to balance a budget. We could stop paying all those taxes and take care of our families. We not only have a need, it’s our God-given right. Monsanto’s website states, “There is no need for, or value in testing the safety of GM foods in humans.”

This viewpoint, while good for Monsanto’s business, this knowledge is built on an understanding of genetics circa 1960. Decades old! It follows what’s called the “Central Dogma” of genetics, which postulates a one-way chain of command between DNA and the cells DNA governs.

Sounds like Military Intelligence. If there’s such a thing. Image, they know it all and no new study is needed. Just follow our orders and compete the mission.

If Monsanto said that pigs could fly. However, there no need for us to see them, and we should just take their word for it. Would you believe them?

Should the research survive scientific scrutiny — a serious hurdle — it could prove a game changer in many fields. It would mean that we’re eating not just vitamins, protein, and fuel, but gene regulators as well. But we don’t need to know that, because Monsanto says so! GMOZ + RNA = DNA


See there’s no such thing! Picture taken from our backyard on November 19, 2012 We can not confirm nor deny that pigs can fly. That’s on a need to know basis.

This knowledge could deepen our understanding of many fields, including cross-species communication, co-evolution, and predator-prey relationships. It could illuminate new mechanisms for some metabolic disorders and perhaps explain how some herbal and modern medicines function. Actually, our metabolic mechanisms worked just fine before they started messing with them. GMOZ + RNA = DNA

So stop it!

RNA knockdown was first used commercially in 1994 to create the Flavor Savr, a tomato with increased shelf life. In 2007, several research teams began reporting success at engineering plant RNA to kill insect predators, by knocking down certain genes. GMOZ + RNA = DNA

These insects are just useless eaters, Hey, isn’t that what they call us? Useless Eaters

Researchers have used this phenomena to their advantage in the form of small, engineered RNA strands that are virtually identical to miRNA. In a technique called RNA interference, or RNA knockdown, these small bits of RNA are used to turn off, or “knock down,” drag-out, kick ass, and beat up certain genes. Of course, we don’t need any studies to know which ones, that would just be a waste of tax payers money! GMOZ + RNA = DNA

The Central Dogma resembles the process of ordering a pizza. The DNA codes for the kind of pizza it wants, and orders it. The RNA is the order slip, which communicates the specifics, (Ingredients) of that pizza to the cook. The finished and delivered pizza is analogous to the protein that DNA codes for in us.

We’ve known for decades that the Central Dogma, though basically correct, is overly simplistic and probable wrong. Remember when the earth was flat? For example: miRNAs that don’t code for anything, pizza or otherwise, travel within cells silencing genes that are being expressed. So while one piece of DNA is ordering a pizza, it could also be bombarding the pizzeria with RNA signals that can cancel the delivery of other pizzas ordered by other bits of DNA. GMOZ + RNA = DNA

Pizza Anyone? I’ll buy the beer. OMG looks like the FBI, NSA, CIA and TSA  just showed up. I better put in our Disclaimer.

Sow, here’s the break down… Since the foods we eat break down to help form the extras parts for new RNA development that pass messages to our DNA. Since these foods have been genetically modified with who knows what, from who knows what. How do we know it’s good for us? Because they won’t tell us. It’s a secret!

Logic would dictate that our RNA is using some of those modified codes to send messages to our DNA.  Sow the truth is, we are what we eat, Good or Bad. It’s been said, Garbage in, Garbage out.  Programming is Programming.

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GMOZ + RNA=DNA winky

Am I a RNA Molecule?

Looks like I need to Flop those RNA/DNA variables again. I’ll get it right one of these days.

We are screwed no matter how we do the math!




Except this one:  Divide first GMOZ with GOVERNMENT MANIPULATION or GM

Now we get: (GMOZ DNA + GMOZ RNA) / GM = OZ

(DNA + RNA) = OZ

And we’re off to see the wizard, yes ToTo too! GMOZ + RNA = DNA

Disclaimer: This article is not intended to provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment of any kind. I don’t imply or condone the breaking of any laws. Or telling anybody to do anything regarding themselves. We are all big boys and girls and can make up our own minds, if you Clowns would just take the fluoride out of the water supplies.

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  1. nikotin cigaret November 26, 2012 at 3:47 pm

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    Thanks, We are always trying to improve. Looks like we get better with age. Thanks for your support. Doowans

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