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First Scientific Proof of God Found Anonymous 06/28/14(Sat)00:13 UTC+1 No.6615272 Report

>W.I.T. scientists, in conjunction with the Human Genome Project and Bob Jones University, have made what may be the most astounding discovery of this, or any generation.
>While working to understand and map the function of sequences of DNA in the human genome known as “Junk DNA” (for their lack of known function), scientists at W.I.T. noted that while the DNA sequences they were seeing bore little resemblance to the coding for biological function, they bore a striking similarity to the patterns of human language.
>The Linguistic and Philology team at Bob Jones began an extensive comparison of the quizzical script found in the “Junk DNA” with the catalog of every recorded human language; hoping to find similar lingual threads so that they could begin to formulate translations of the message laying hidden in the DNA. Professors were rocked with sheer awe when they found that one existent language, and one language alone, was a direct translatable match for the sequential DNA strands.
>ancient Aramaic
>On the human gene PYGB, Phosporomylase Glycogen, a non-coding transposon, holds a linguistic sequence that translates as “At first break of day, God formed sky and land.” This bears a stunning similarity to Gen 1:1 “In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth.”
>Gene Bmp3 has a Retrotransposon sequence which translates to the well-known 1 Cor 6:19 “Do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God? You are not your own.”
>This is repeated over and over throughout the entire sequence of human DNA: embedded equivalent genetic code of ancient Aramaic that seems to translate as the word of god to his people.
What say thee, oh noble /sci/?
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Anonymous 06/28/14(Sat)00:13 UTC+1 No.6615277 Report

>>6615272
oops, forgot source:
http://witscience.org/first-scientific-proof-god-found/
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Anonymous 06/28/14(Sat)00:15 UTC+1 No.6615278 Report

https://warosu.org/sci/?task=search&ghost=&search_text=http%3A%2F%2Fwitscience.org%2Ffirst-scientific-proof-god-found%2F

No one cares.
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Anonymous 06/28/14(Sat)00:16 UTC+1 No.6615282 Report

>>6615277
It's a poe.
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Anonymous 06/28/14(Sat)00:20 UTC+1 No.6615293 Report

>>6615272
So obviously this is fake but if something like this were to happen and some ASCII-like code for translating DNA into letters showed that there were quotes from some religious text in our DNA and everything was reproducible yaddy yadda yadda...

Would anyone change the way they live their life?
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Anonymous 06/28/14(Sat)00:21 UTC+1 No.6615295 Report

>>6615272
Absolutely disgusting
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Anonymous 06/28/14(Sat)00:49 UTC+1 No.6615351 Report

>>6615293
Probably a master ruse or an unverifiable miracle.
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Anonymous 06/28/14(Sat)01:02 UTC+1 No.6615371 Report

>>6615351
No, I'm saying if it LITERALLY happened. Like, setting up some special code where

AACTA = 'A'
CCTAG = 'B'
...etc

revealed that there were actual religious quotes in a human language in our DNA. Anyone can get the genetic sequence for humans online and verify it themselves.
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Anonymous 06/28/14(Sat)01:22 UTC+1 No.6615395 Report

Empirical evidence of the infinite monkey theorem.
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Anonymous 06/28/14(Sat)01:26 UTC+1 No.6615399 Report

>>6615293
I'd start searching to see if the works of Terry Pratchett could also be found in there. Patterns are funny like that... you look enough for a particular one, and you're bound to find it. Just finding one and drawing a conclusion based on some dubious idea of improbability is bad experimental technique.
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Anonymous 06/28/14(Sat)01:29 UTC+1 No.6615404 Report

>>6615399

Could we translate it into numbers as well? I want to see if I can find my telephone number in my DNA.
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Anonymous 06/28/14(Sat)01:33 UTC+1 No.6615408 Report

>>6615293
Funny enough years of studying science has taught me to always be ready to dash out my current beliefs if they are proven wrong. As I first read the article I actually went to my bookshelf and picked up the bible that I was given as a child and was actually considering "searching for Christ", then my common sense hit me and I realised it was bullshit and that searching for christ is like searching for the end of the rainbow
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Anonymous 06/28/14(Sat)01:33 UTC+1 No.6615409 Report

>>6615371
There isn't one single human genetic code though. It sure would be stupid of God to write down the Bible in a format that's inherently susceptible to mutation.

And coincidences happen.
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Anonymous 06/28/14(Sat)01:34 UTC+1 No.6615410 Report

>>6615395
not really, why would it repeat..?
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Anonymous 06/28/14(Sat)01:36 UTC+1 No.6615411 Report

>>6615409

God is psychotic.
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Anonymous 06/28/14(Sat)01:51 UTC+1 No.6615423 Report

>>6615272
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Anonymous 06/28/14(Sat)01:54 UTC+1 No.6615428 Report

conveniently I could find no contact data for said institute on their web page. 5/10 Troll for such an elaborate website.
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Anonymous 06/28/14(Sat)01:57 UTC+1 No.6615434 Report

Here in green is a tid bit from their site.
>The “E-Condom”

When WIT started to tackle the reinvention of the condom in 2012, we recognized three key facts, reflected in our initial polling data: (1) most men hate wearing condoms, (2) men primarily wear condoms to avoid unwanted impregnations, and (3) men would gladly reuse condoms if they felt it was safe, to avoid both the added costs and the embarrassment of going to convenience stores and asking for them.

It was these factors that led to our invention of “The E-Condom.” This small electronic device clips onto the scrotum with no pain or discomfort, and emits pulses of electricity directly into and through your balls which both disorient and slow the swim speed of your semen, rendering you 100% infertile while wearing the device, while allowing you to still enjoy powerful, pleasurable ejaculations.

The E-Condom does not affect the transmission of sexually-transmitted diseases, but if you and your partner are both fully tested for STD’s, why not wear a condom that’s fully washable and reusable, has zero impact on feeling, and has no risk of breaking or clogging up the toilet?

And while WIT waits for FDA approval, we’re still improving on our designs. A Bluetooth emitter could allow you to share your conquests on Facebook or Twitter during and after your sexual activity, while we’re also considering a tryptophan-emitter, which can make women drowsy after intercourse, allowing you to roll over and take a nap like you want to, rather than having to stay up for an hour talking about your feelings, or Katherine Heigl movies, or whatever other nonsense your significant other feels like boring you with. - See more at: http://witscience.org/projects/#sthash.PpP1tcmL.dpuf

Evidence mounting yet for a troll attempt.
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Anonymous 06/28/14(Sat)02:11 UTC+1 No.6615453 Report

People who believe in an abstract entity with intelligence that deliberately formed a universe, or was destined to form a universe, don't bother me.

It's those like OP who fabricate information/pass on fabricated information about the actual universe we live in who piss me off.

Trying to push forward one particular flavor of stupid-ass dogma in an entire Baskin-Robbins of bullshit:

Psychologically-manipulative, telekinetically-contractual, inconsistent dogma with supposedly permanent consequences for the all-too-temporary beings who disregard it.

And people who are smart enough to disbelieve it are "assholes" who need to "show more respect for people's beliefs."

Humans were speaking thousands (probably more) of languages before "ancient Aramaic," and before writing was adapted by most of humanity, there were even more regional dialects, and language changed at an even faster pace due to pronunciation/definitions of words being passed down orally, which is way less reliable/agreed-upon than the authority commanded by linguists and the official dictionaries they get together to write.

cont.
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Anonymous 06/28/14(Sat)02:13 UTC+1 No.6615456 Report

>>6615453

If you think it's hard to get your drunk uncle to give a shit about grammar or punctuation, imagine if he lived in a time without writing where people over the hill considered you an alien. Now imagine modern people expecting you to look to a time where scientific illiteracy and superstition were prevalent to get your morals, etc. It's absurd.

So why would 'God' arbitrarily choose a language from only a percentage ago of our history as a species to send us "undeniable messages" in our blood, rather than opting for the more direct route of taking an obvious form (not some human preacher who gets dismissed as nuts and executed) and talking to us all directly?

Answer, he wouldn't. Not if he was a God who made reliable sorts of sense.

The most common justification I run into for God is one that seems solid and causality-based until the very last second:

"The universe is so complex that a God must have made it."

"Who made God. He must be more complex than the universe if he was intelligent enough to create it so painstakingly?"

"He doesn't require an explanation, he was always there?

Absurdities heaped on absurdities
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Anonymous 06/28/14(Sat)02:22 UTC+1 No.6615470 Report

>>6615456
I respect your passion for your convictions but the source data here is 100% not credible.
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Anonymous 06/28/14(Sat)02:26 UTC+1 No.6615476 Report

I doubt it's true.

But if it is, that's fucking spooky. imagine the billions of hidden messages
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Anonymous 06/28/14(Sat)02:32 UTC+1 No.6615481 Report

>>6615434
I misread "significant other" as "Insignificant." I can't stop laughing.1
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Anonymous 06/28/14(Sat)02:35 UTC+1 No.6615491 Report

Let me guess.

It's a christian university.

Not even peer reviewed.

Gtfo.
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Anonymous 06/28/14(Sat)02:40 UTC+1 No.6615494 Report

>>6615491
it's satirical, check out the news posts
http://witscience.org/

>>6615409
maybe there's a string of text saying exactly when and how we die D:
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Anonymous 06/28/14(Sat)02:43 UTC+1 No.6615497 Report

>>6615494
Ohh satire.
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Anonymous 06/28/14(Sat)02:45 UTC+1 No.6615499 Report

>>6615470
Source data? I cited no sources. I merely asked the questions "Why would God write code in our DNA based on a middle-eastern language spoken by a small subset of the human populations a few millenia ago, and not something more universal? What about people who existed before Aramaic was even a language, do yo mean to tell me they have Aramaic in their DNA, too?

Eskimos from 5000 years ago?

Aztecs?

All of them of have Yeshua of Nazareth/Bethleham/wherever's arbitrary ancient middle-eastern language in their DNA, containing dogmatic verses from the holy book (originally written in Hebrew, translated half-reliably into Greek, then hundreds of other languages/dialects) of one arbitrary religious culture out of thousands that have existed throughout history and prehistory?

I'm passionate but not credible because I have the audacity to doubt this?

Answer each thing which ends with a question mark with direct logical explanations, or don't expect me to believe you. That simple.
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Anonymous 06/28/14(Sat)03:01 UTC+1 No.6615531 Report

Also on their website:
http://witscience.org/new-study-shows-92-convicted-murderers-suffer-aspergers-syndrome/

Just thought it would be relevant to a lot of people here.
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Anonymous 06/28/14(Sat)03:38 UTC+1 No.6615581 Report

>>6615531
About WIT extract
In December of 1999, WIT literally saved the world, after our computer science researchers managed to stop the Y2K virus from spreading globally. The Y2K virus would have caused airplanes to fall from the sky, the stock market to crash, cars to stop functioning, cell phones to randomly dial strangers, and more. WIT’s tireless work led to several WIT researchers being awarded a Nobel Peace Prize in 2000, and Presidential Medals of Freedom in both 2000 and 2001. - See more at: http://witscience.org/about-wit/#sthash.HGmsDXTk.dpuf
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Anonymous 06/28/14(Sat)03:48 UTC+1 No.6615592 Report

>>6615272
Just checked my junk DNA and it says in plain English that scientology is right and we should worship Tom Cruise and John Travolta.
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06/28/14(Sat)03:55 UTC+1 No.6615603 Report

Proved this before the WIT scientists; they are "infringing" upon "my" "intellectual" "property"
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Anonymous 06/28/14(Sat)03:56 UTC+1 No.6615606 Report

>>6615272
its satire you fucking stupid judeochristian faggot, go to hell
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Anonymous 06/28/14(Sat)03:59 UTC+1 No.6615612 Report

>>6615603
fuckin schizos mang
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Anonymous 06/28/14(Sat)04:12 UTC+1 No.6615640 Report

>>6615603
Just go on a rampage already
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06/28/14(Sat)04:43 UTC+1 No.6615690 Report

>>6615606
>>6615612
>>6615640
If you reject Him, and His Love, which is the sole reason you are here, He Will Reject You.
Be Forewarned.
The Great Day of Purification is upon us.
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Anonymous 06/28/14(Sat)05:32 UTC+1 No.6615755 Report

>>6615690
YES

now grab that shotgun and get busy

-God
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