Unknown genetic origin (source) of the domesticated pig & other domesticated animals & crops : Inner Earth ?

Folks

, let me begin this email by saying - be prepared to be shocked and astounded by what I am going to share in this post...many of the species
on Earth's surface , including humans , domesticated animals and the common plants eg. the humble potato , the sweet apple , the flower of the banana plant
, possibly have a hybrid origin (caused artificially) . Part of the "unknown" gene pool in such cases probably comes from inner Earth , since no other terrestrial source has been found . Hybrid species are characterised by certain biological problems , that other creatures do not experience - such as infertility , (a growing problem in humans , nothwithstanding the historical population growth) . The Gorilla is a hybrid of the chimpanzee and the giant African wild hog (wild boar) . Folks
, this did NOT happen in nature . Some ancient MASTER geneticist artificially created the Gorilla by blending the genes of two incompatible species (chimpanzee and the giant African wild hog) .

***Now

some of you may be repulsed or even disgusted by the "disclosure" , that follows , so I would advise caution in reading further , if you find such information disturbing . Honestly , when I first realised this
, I was greatly repulsed by it too , but over time have come to terms with such "unpalatable truths" :))
In
ancient times , there are accounts of villages having been burned down by invaders , wherein , some unfortunate infants got burnt and their flesh smelled like pork ?? ** Human and pig genes match (is this why pork is forbidden to be eaten by certain sects of Jews , Muslims , even Christians - since it would be like cannibalism ? There also some mythological stories around the wild boar) . Is
this why the sinister company , Monsanto , has been trying hard to patent the pig genome and gain exclusive rights to it , so as to dominate the Pharma industry ?

···

**

Two genomic studies claim to provide crucial data for improving pig stock and biomedical research

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                     Vibha Varshney ](https://www.downtoearth.org.in/author/vibha-varshney-50)
Last Updated: Saturday 04 July 2015

In 1997, Dhani Ram Baruah, a
cardiac surgeon in Assam tried to transplant the heart and lungs of a pig into a patient. The patient died and Baruah was arrested for breaking the law governing human transplantation. Despite the fact that pigs provide pharmaceutical-grade heparin and heart valves for transplantations, whole organ transplantation between different animals usually fail due to genetic incompatibility.

At that time, the genome of neither man nor pig was known. While human genome was deciphered in 2003, two studies published on November 14 provide some insight into pigs’ genome. Although it cannot be said if the information would have helped Baruah’s patient, the researchers claim the studies provide crucial data for improving pig stock and biomedical research.

What the two studies found

  • Physiology of the Wuzhishan pigs and humans is 84 per cent similar at the genetic level
  • While
    genes involved in coronary artery disease were very much alike in humans and pigs, there are several important differences that need to be
    taken into account in future research
  • The
    studies identified 112 positions in the genome where pig protein has the same amino acid that is implicated in a human disease. This supports
    the use of pig in studies on human diseases
  • Comparisons
    between domestic and wild pigs revealed that European and Asian breeds were distinct, suggesting the pigs were domesticated independently in western Eurasia and East Asia
  • The
    pig has more unique olfactory genes than humans, mice or dogs. This means that while pigs can smell things humans and other animals cannot, their sense of taste does not keep up and they end up eating everything
    The studies have been published in Nature and GigaScience. The Nature study by the Swine Genome Sequencing Consortium presents the genome of wild boar and domestic pig, an economically important breed. The GigaScience study, led by researchers from the BGI (a global collaboration on genomic research), Beijing Institute of Animal Science and Chinese Academy of Agriculture Science, focuses on a miniature pig used in medical research.

The miniature Wuzhishan pig is extensively inbred and individuals are genetically similar. Its small size makes it easy to handle and useful for medical research. The team looked at genes and protein domains that pigs and humans share. These are important targets for drugs. The researchers found the physiology of the two is 84 per cent similar at the genetic level.
But they also noted that while genes involved in coronary artery disease
were very much alike in humans and pigs, there were several important differences that need to be taken account of in future research. On the positive side, the research showed that the miniature pig does not have hidden viruses in its genome. These viruses get transferred to humans during xenotransplantation or transplantation of organs or parts of organs from one species to another. The finding, thus, shows that Wuzhishan pig is a viable research material.
For the study published in Nature, researchers compared the genome of domestic pig with that of wild boar. They collected wild boar genome samples from different parts of Europe and Asia. They found that the Asian and European wild boars had significant genetic differences. This,
they say, possibly happened when the two separated from each other roughly one million years ago. Comparisons between domestic and wild pigs also revealed that European and Asian breeds were distinct, suggesting the pigs were domesticated independently in western Eurasia and East Asia.
The results also show that some gene families are evolving faster in domestic pig. These include olfactory genes and genes that confer immunity. The pig has more unique olfactory genes than humans, mice or dogs. This means that while pigs can smell things humans and other animals cannot, their sense of taste does not keep up and they end up eating everything. Pigs have fewer bitter taste receptor genes than those involved in perception of sweet and umami flavours. Also, the bitter taste receptor genes in pigs are lesser in number than those in humans.
** The studies identified 112 positions in the genome where pig protein has
the same amino acid that is implicated in a human disease. This supports the use of pig in studies on human diseases. Some of the protein aberrations that pigs share with humans are associated with obesity, diabetes, dyslexia, Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease. This understanding of the genetic origins of modern pigs is important for their breeding and to find new ways to deal with old and emerging diseases , such as SARS or the dreaded "swine flu" .**
Web Specials
Web Specials
Web Specials
xenotransplantation
Wuzhishan pig
Wild Boar
transplantation
Swine Genome …
genome
BGI
Beijing Institute of …

**Before you read the next article , let me clarify , Pigs are NOT the ancestors of humans , but the domesticated pig's genome shows astonishing similarity to humans , especially from an organ transplant perspective
. Domesticated pigs appeared abruptly just 10,000 years ago . There is no prior fossil record of them . So how did the aggressive wild boar , turn into the docile domesticated pig ?? Well , some ancient geneticist has artificially created a human wild boar hybrid - equivalent to a domesticated pig
. Why ?? Because wild boars are very dangerous to hunt and whoever created the docile domesticated pig , wanted to provide an easy source of meat to primitive humans . This lead to settled living instead
of nomadic behaviour and gradually caused humans to build villages and towns for a stable lifestyle .

A chimp-pig hybrid origin for humans?

                                                                                                  by John Hewitt , Phys.org

Comparison of human and chimp chromosomes. Credit: science.kqed.org/quest/2008/05/12/chromosome-fusion-chance-or-design/

(Phys.org) —These days, getting a Ph.D. is probably the last thing you want to do if you are out to revolutionize the world. If, however, what you propose is an idea, rather than a technology, it can still be a valuable asset to have. Dr. Eugene McCarthy is a Ph.D. geneticist who has made a career out of studying hybridization in animals. He now curates a biological information website called Macroevolution.net
where he has amassed an impressive body of evidence suggesting that human origins can be best explained by hybridization between pigs and chimpanzees. Extraordinary theories require extraordinary evidence and McCarthy does not disappoint. Rather than relying on genetic sequence comparisons, he instead offers extensive anatomical comparisons, each of
which may be individually assailable, but startling when taken together. Why weren't these conclusions arrived at much sooner? McCarthy
suggests it is because of an over-dependence on genetic data among biologists. He argues that humans are probably the result of multiple generations of backcrossing to chimpanzees, which in nucleotide
sequence data comparisons would effectively mask any contribution from pig.

Generally speaking, interspecies hybrids—like mules, ligers (lion-tiger hybrids), or zedonks (zebra -donkey
hybrids)—are less fertile than the parents that produced them. However,
as McCarthy has documented in his years of research into hybrids, many crosses produce hybrids that can produce offspring themselves. The mule,
he notes, is an exceptionally sterile hybrid and not representative of hybrids as a whole. When it comes time to play the old nuclear musical chairs and produce gametes, some types of hybrids do a much better job. Liger females, for example, can produce offspring in backcrosses with both lions and tigers. McCarthy also points out that fertility can be increased through successive backcrossing with one of the parents, a common technique used by breeders. In the case of chimp

  • pig hybridization, the "direction of the cross" would likely have been a male boar or pig (Sus scrofa) with a female chimp (Pan troglodytes), and the offspring would have been nurtured by a chimp mother among chimpanzees (shades of Tarzan!). The physical evidence for this is convincing, as you can discover for yourself with a trip over to macroevolution.net.

When I asked McCarthy if he could give a date estimate for the hybridization event, he said that there are a couple broad possibilities: (1) It might be that hybridization between pigs and apes produced the earliest hominids millions of years ago and that subsequent
mating within this hybrid swarm eventually led to the various hominid types and to modern humans; (2) separate crosses between pigs and apes could have produced separate hominids (and there's even a creepy possibility that hybridization might even still be occurring in regions where Sus and Pan still seem to come into contact, like Southern Sudan).

This latter possibility may not sound so far-fetched after you read the riveting details suggesting that the origin of the gorilla may be best explained by hybridization with the equally massive forest hog. This hog is found within the same habitat as the gorilla, and shares many uncommon physical features and habits. Furthermore, well-known hybridization effects can explain many of the fertility issues and other
peculiarities of gorilla physiology.

It is not yet clear if or when genetic data might support, or refute, our hybrid
origins. The list of anatomical specializations we may have gained from
porcine philandering is too long to detail here. Suffice it to say, similarities in the face, skin and organ microstructure alone are hard to explain away. A short list of differential features, for example, would include, multipyramidal kidney structure, presence of dermal melanocytes, melanoma, absence of a primate baculum (penis bone), surface lipid and carbohydrate composition of cell membranes, vocal cord
structure, laryngeal sacs, diverticuli of the fetal stomach, intestinal
"valves of Kerkring," heart chamber symmetry, skin and cranial vasculature and method of cooling, and tooth structure. Other features occasionally seen in humans, like bicornuate uteruses and supernumerary nipples, would also be difficult to incorporate into a purely primate tree.

McCarthy has done extensive research into the broader issues, and shortcomings, of our currently incomplete theory of evolution. As the increasing apparent, magnificent, speed with which morphological change can occur continues to present itself for us to comprehend, the standard
theory of random mutation followed by slow environmental selection, seems to stall. In my own opinion, female choice undoubtedly provides much of the functional "speed-up" we observe, but other mechanisms of mutation, or pathways for acquired characteristics to be fed back to the
gonads (through retroviral transfer?), now need to be considered anew. The role of hybridization in driving morphological change, as McCarthy has observed time and time again, particularly in his studies of avian species (Oxford University Press, 2006), may be the most powerful mechanism of all.

Follow-up story: Human hybrids: a closer look at the theory and evidence


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This is absolutely remarkable Sidhartha. I believe you'll also find the following quote by Brigham Young remarkably connective, 2nd latter-day prophet of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Journal of Discourses Vol. 12, pp. 192-196; 2nd paragraph on this page - https://jod.mrm.org/12/192):

*"A thorough reformation is needed in regard to our eating and drinking, and on this point I will freely express myself, and shall be glad if the people will hear, believe and obey. If the people were willing to receive the true knowledge from heaven in regard to their diet they would cease eating swine's flesh." *

There is something most certainly very important here in this and it's probably as you say.

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On Fri, Jul 12, 2019 at 7:20 AM sidhartha bahadur [email protected] [ALLPLANETS-HOLLOW] [email protected] wrote:

Folks

, let me begin this email by saying - be prepared to be shocked and astounded by what I am going to share in this post...many of the species
on Earth's surface , including humans , domesticated animals and the common plants eg. the humble potato , the sweet apple , the flower of the banana plant
, possibly have a hybrid origin (caused artificially) . Part of the "unknown" gene pool in such cases probably comes from inner Earth , since no other terrestrial source has been found . Hybrid species are characterised by certain biological problems , that other creatures do not experience - such as infertility , (a growing problem in humans , nothwithstanding the historical population growth) . The Gorilla is a hybrid of the chimpanzee and the giant African wild hog (wild boar) . Folks
, this did NOT happen in nature . Some ancient MASTER geneticist artificially created the Gorilla by blending the genes of two incompatible species (chimpanzee and the giant African wild hog) .

***Now

some of you may be repulsed or even disgusted by the "disclosure" , that follows , so I would advise caution in reading further , if you find such information disturbing . Honestly , when I first realised this
, I was greatly repulsed by it too , but over time have come to terms with such "unpalatable truths" :))
In
ancient times , there are accounts of villages having been burned down by invaders , wherein , some unfortunate infants got burnt and their flesh smelled like pork ?? ** Human and pig genes match (is this why pork is forbidden to be eaten by certain sects of Jews , Muslims , even Christians - since it would be like cannibalism ? There also some mythological stories around the wild boar) . Is
this why the sinister company , Monsanto , has been trying hard to patent the pig genome and gain exclusive rights to it , so as to dominate the Pharma industry ?

       **

Two genomic studies claim to provide crucial data for improving pig stock and biomedical research

[https://api.whatsapp.com/send?text=Human%20and%20pig%20genes%20match%20https://www..downtoearth.org.in/news/human-and-pig-genes-match-39590](https://api.whatsapp.com/send?text=Human%20and%20pig%20genes%20match%20https://www.downtoearth.org.in/news/human-and-pig-genes-match-39590)

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By [
                     Vibha Varshney ](https://www.downtoearth.org.in/author/vibha-varshney-50)
Last Updated: Saturday 04 July 2015

In 1997, Dhani Ram Baruah, a
cardiac surgeon in Assam tried to transplant the heart and lungs of a pig into a patient. The patient died and Baruah was arrested for breaking the law governing human transplantation. Despite the fact that pigs provide pharmaceutical-grade heparin and heart valves for transplantations, whole organ transplantation between different animals usually fail due to genetic incompatibility.

At that time, the genome of neither man nor pig was known. While human genome was deciphered in 2003, two studies published on November 14 provide some insight into pigs’ genome. Although it cannot be said if the information would have helped Baruah’s patient, the researchers claim the studies provide crucial data for improving pig stock and biomedical research.

What the two studies found

  • Physiology of the Wuzhishan pigs and humans is 84 per cent similar at the genetic level
  • While
    genes involved in coronary artery disease were very much alike in humans and pigs, there are several important differences that need to be
    taken into account in future research
  • The
    studies identified 112 positions in the genome where pig protein has the same amino acid that is implicated in a human disease. This supports
    the use of pig in studies on human diseases
  • Comparisons
    between domestic and wild pigs revealed that European and Asian breeds were distinct, suggesting the pigs were domesticated independently in western Eurasia and East Asia
  • The
    pig has more unique olfactory genes than humans, mice or dogs. This means that while pigs can smell things humans and other animals cannot, their sense of taste does not keep up and they end up eating everything
    The studies have been published in Nature and GigaScience. The Nature study by the Swine Genome Sequencing Consortium presents the genome of wild boar and domestic pig, an economically important breed. The GigaScience study, led by researchers from the BGI (a global collaboration on genomic research), Beijing Institute of Animal Science and Chinese Academy of Agriculture Science, focuses on a miniature pig used in medical research.

The miniature Wuzhishan pig is extensively inbred and individuals are genetically similar. Its small size makes it easy to handle and useful for medical research. The team looked at genes and protein domains that pigs and humans share. These are important targets for drugs. The researchers found the physiology of the two is 84 per cent similar at the genetic level.
But they also noted that while genes involved in coronary artery disease
were very much alike in humans and pigs, there were several important differences that need to be taken account of in future research. On the positive side, the research showed that the miniature pig does not have hidden viruses in its genome. These viruses get transferred to humans during xenotransplantation or transplantation of organs or parts of organs from one species to another. The finding, thus, shows that Wuzhishan pig is a viable research material.
For the study published in Nature, researchers compared the genome of domestic pig with that of wild boar. They collected wild boar genome samples from different parts of Europe and Asia. They found that the Asian and European wild boars had significant genetic differences. This,
they say, possibly happened when the two separated from each other roughly one million years ago. Comparisons between domestic and wild pigs also revealed that European and Asian breeds were distinct, suggesting the pigs were domesticated independently in western Eurasia and East Asia.
The results also show that some gene families are evolving faster in domestic pig. These include olfactory genes and genes that confer immunity. The pig has more unique olfactory genes than humans, mice or dogs. This means that while pigs can smell things humans and other animals cannot, their sense of taste does not keep up and they end up eating everything. Pigs have fewer bitter taste receptor genes than those involved in perception of sweet and umami flavours. Also, the bitter taste receptor genes in pigs are lesser in number than those in humans.
** The studies identified 112 positions in the genome where pig protein has
the same amino acid that is implicated in a human disease. This supports the use of pig in studies on human diseases. Some of the protein aberrations that pigs share with humans are associated with obesity, diabetes, dyslexia, Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease. This understanding of the genetic origins of modern pigs is important for their breeding and to find new ways to deal with old and emerging diseases , such as SARS or the dreaded "swine flu" .**
Web Specials
Web Specials
Web Specials
xenotransplantation
Wuzhishan pig
Wild Boar
transplantation
Swine Genome …
genome
BGI
Beijing Institute of …

**Before you read the next article , let me clarify , Pigs are NOT the ancestors of humans , but the domesticated pig's genome shows astonishing similarity to humans , especially from an organ transplant perspective
. Domesticated pigs appeared abruptly just 10,000 years ago . There is no prior fossil record of them . So how did the aggressive wild boar , turn into the docile domesticated pig ?? Well , some ancient geneticist has artificially created a human wild boar hybrid - equivalent to a domesticated pig
. Why ?? Because wild boars are very dangerous to hunt and whoever created the docile domesticated pig , wanted to provide an easy source of meat to primitive humans . This lead to settled living instead
of nomadic behaviour and gradually caused humans to build villages and towns for a stable lifestyle .

A chimp-pig hybrid origin for humans?

                                                                                                  by John Hewitt , Phys.org

Comparison of human and chimp chromosomes. Credit: science.kqed.org/quest/2008/05/12/chromosome-fusion-chance-or-design/

(Phys.org) —These days, getting a Ph.D. is probably the last thing you want to do if you are out to revolutionize the world. If, however, what you propose is an idea, rather than a technology, it can still be a valuable asset to have. Dr. Eugene McCarthy is a Ph.D. geneticist who has made a career out of studying hybridization in animals. He now curates a biological information website called Macroevolution.net
where he has amassed an impressive body of evidence suggesting that human origins can be best explained by hybridization between pigs and chimpanzees. Extraordinary theories require extraordinary evidence and McCarthy does not disappoint. Rather than relying on genetic sequence comparisons, he instead offers extensive anatomical comparisons, each of
which may be individually assailable, but startling when taken together. Why weren't these conclusions arrived at much sooner? McCarthy
suggests it is because of an over-dependence on genetic data among biologists. He argues that humans are probably the result of multiple generations of backcrossing to chimpanzees, which in nucleotide
sequence data comparisons would effectively mask any contribution from pig.

Generally speaking, interspecies hybrids—like mules, ligers (lion-tiger hybrids), or zedonks (zebra -donkey
hybrids)—are less fertile than the parents that produced them. However,
as McCarthy has documented in his years of research into hybrids, many crosses produce hybrids that can produce offspring themselves. The mule,
he notes, is an exceptionally sterile hybrid and not representative of hybrids as a whole. When it comes time to play the old nuclear musical chairs and produce gametes, some types of hybrids do a much better job. Liger females, for example, can produce offspring in backcrosses with both lions and tigers. McCarthy also points out that fertility can be increased through successive backcrossing with one of the parents, a common technique used by breeders. In the case of chimp

  • pig hybridization, the "direction of the cross" would likely have been a male boar or pig (Sus scrofa) with a female chimp (Pan troglodytes), and the offspring would have been nurtured by a chimp mother among chimpanzees (shades of Tarzan!). The physical evidence for this is convincing, as you can discover for yourself with a trip over to macroevolution.net.

When I asked McCarthy if he could give a date estimate for the hybridization event, he said that there are a couple broad possibilities: (1) It might be that hybridization between pigs and apes produced the earliest hominids millions of years ago and that subsequent
mating within this hybrid swarm eventually led to the various hominid types and to modern humans; (2) separate crosses between pigs and apes could have produced separate hominids (and there's even a creepy possibility that hybridization might even still be occurring in regions where Sus and Pan still seem to come into contact, like Southern Sudan).

This latter possibility may not sound so far-fetched after you read the riveting details suggesting that the origin of the gorilla may be best explained by hybridization with the equally massive forest hog. This hog is found within the same habitat as the gorilla, and shares many uncommon physical features and habits. Furthermore, well-known hybridization effects can explain many of the fertility issues and other
peculiarities of gorilla physiology.

It is not yet clear if or when genetic data might support, or refute, our hybrid
origins. The list of anatomical specializations we may have gained from
porcine philandering is too long to detail here. Suffice it to say, similarities in the face, skin and organ microstructure alone are hard to explain away. A short list of differential features, for example, would include, multipyramidal kidney structure, presence of dermal melanocytes, melanoma, absence of a primate baculum (penis bone), surface lipid and carbohydrate composition of cell membranes, vocal cord
structure, laryngeal sacs, diverticuli of the fetal stomach, intestinal
"valves of Kerkring," heart chamber symmetry, skin and cranial vasculature and method of cooling, and tooth structure. Other features occasionally seen in humans, like bicornuate uteruses and supernumerary nipples, would also be difficult to incorporate into a purely primate tree.

McCarthy has done extensive research into the broader issues, and shortcomings, of our currently incomplete theory of evolution. As the increasing apparent, magnificent, speed with which morphological change can occur continues to present itself for us to comprehend, the standard
theory of random mutation followed by slow environmental selection, seems to stall. In my own opinion, female choice undoubtedly provides much of the functional "speed-up" we observe, but other mechanisms of mutation, or pathways for acquired characteristics to be fed back to the
gonads (through retroviral transfer?), now need to be considered anew. The role of hybridization in driving morphological change, as McCarthy has observed time and time again, particularly in his studies of avian species (Oxford University Press, 2006), may be the most powerful mechanism of all.

Follow-up story: Human hybrids: a closer look at the theory and evidence


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  • or

sidhartha bahadur

[email protected]
+91 98808 42834

Soretna , there is an old saying that "we are what we eat" . So let me begin my response by depicting how the Jews define "Kosher food" . Of course , I being a Hindu would certainly avoid beef too , but these are individual matters of faith and nobody should enforce their own beliefs on other communities .

My only point here is , that our ancient ancestors have encoded rules of "proper food" in a religious format , so it is adhered , but the the actual reasons for such guidelines is based on an ancient scientific knowledge about genetic origins of hybrid creatures , both plants and animals , knowledge that has now been lost .

**I am glad you were not offended by the disclosure that domesticated pigs were likely created by some ancient geneticist (about 10,000 years ago) , who blended human genome with wild boar genome , to produce the domesticated pig . Therefore , all right thinking people should oppose Monsanto's sinister bid to patent the pig genome , since they have deeply nefarious reasons , as you can imagine , for wanting to do so .

This explains why the texture of human flesh is most similar to the domesticated pig . Why a human foetus in the mother's womb , is most similar to the foetus of a domesticated pig . It explains why third degree burn patients can receive skin transplants from a domesticated pig , but not even from our closest primate cousins - the chimpanzees . Strangely , a liver or kidney transplant from a domesticated pig to human might succeed , but organs taken from a chimpanzee never get accepted by the human body .

Most people think that certain communities avoid eating pork , only for hygienic reasons , but the truth is a LOT stranger than that...

it just knocks you out !

http://www.koshercertification.org.uk/whatdoe.html

What Does Kosher Mean?

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Kosher Dietary Rules and Regulations.

1. Introduction

As it says in the German, Man ist was man isst! Man is what man eats.
The word kosher is familiar and, at the same time, foreign. One may think of strict rules
and religious regulations.
In Hebrew, “Kashrus,” from the root kosher (or “kasher”),
means suitable and/or “pure”, thus ensuring fitness for consumption.
The laws of “Kashrus” include a comprehensive legislation concerning permitted and forbidden foods.
There are several aspects to these dietary rules. We will consider each aspect in turn.

2.1 Meat and its derivatives

Belle Vache

					Kosher meat must comply with certain rules.
					**Kosher Species of Animals:**

					According to the laws of the Torah, the only types of meat that may be eaten are cattle and game that have “cloven hooves” and “chew the cud.” If an animal species fulfills only one of these

conditions ** (for example the pig, which has split hooves but does not chew the cud, or the camel, which chews the cud,
but does not have split hooves)****, then its meat may not be eaten.**
Examples of kosher animals in this category are bulls, cows, sheep, lambs, goats, veal, and springbok.
According to the laws of the Torah, to be eaten, a kosher species must be slaughtered by a "Schochet," a ritual slaughterer. Since Jewish Law prohibits causing any pain to animals, the slaughtering has
to be effected in such a way that unconsciousness is instantaneous
and death occurs almost instantaneously.

					**Kashering (Removing the blood) & removing the veins and skin (‘Porschen’ or ‘Nikkur’):**

					After the animal is slaughtered, the Kosher Supervisor and his team treiber the carcass by removing certain forbidden fats

and veins. After the meat has been treibered, it is soaked in a bath in room temperature water for a half hour. To draw out the blood, the soaked meat
is then placed on special salting tables where it is salted with coarse salt on both sides for one hour.

2.2 Fowl/Poultry and their derivatives

					Some birds may not be eaten. These include the eagle, owl, swan, pelican, vulture, and stork - as well as their brood and clutch of eggs (Lev. 11:13-20).
					Only birds that are traditionally considered kosher, such as the goose, duck, chicken, and turkey, may be eaten.

2.3 Dairy Products and their derivatives

Yogurt

					All kosher milk products must derive from kosher animals. In addition, the milk of impure cattle and game (e.g. donkey milk) is prohibited. Dairy products, of course, also may not contain non-kosher additives, and they may not include meat products

or derivatives (for example, many types of cheese are manufactured with animal fats).

					Additionally, a number of pre-processed foods contain small portions of milk products, such as whey.

According to food product regulations, such tiny additives do not have to be declared on the packaging but may nevertheless render the product non-kosher. This applies especially to bread.

2.4 The prohibition of combining meat and milk

Sandwich

					The Torah says: "You may not cook a young animal in the milk of its mother" (Ex.23:19). From this, it is derived that milk and meat products may not

be mixed together. Not only may they not be cooked together, but they may not be served together on the same table and surely not eaten at
the same time. This rule is scrupulously upheld in observant Jewish households, even in the handling of utensils,
which are carefully separated into “fleishig” (meat) and “milchig” (dairy) and separately labeled. By strict observance of these laws, they become an everyday habit. After meat meals, one must wait one, three, or six hours – depending on one’s custom - before eating dairy.
After dairy consumption, no interval is required before meat may be eaten.

2.5 Eggs

					The eggs of kosher birds are permitted as long as they do not contain blood. Therefore, eggs must be individually examined.

2.6 Fish

Tunafish

				        Only fish with fins and scales may be eaten, for instance, tuna, salmon, and herring. Shellfish such as shrimps, crabs, mussels, and lobsters are forbidden.

2.7 Fruits, vegetables, cereals

					All products that grow in the soil or on plants, bushes, or trees are kosher. However, all insects and animals that have many legs or very short legs are not kosher. Consequently, vegetables, fruits and other products infested with such insects must be checked and the insects removed.
					 A vegetable prone to insect infestation (e.g. cauliflower) must be carefully examined.

2.8 Fruits and Green plants

Orange

					Certain laws apply specifically to the planting and sowing of vegetables, fruits, and grains.

Hybridization of different species: One may not sow two kinds of seeds on a field or in a vineyard. (Lev.19:19/ Dtn.22:19)
Forbidden fruit: Fruits from trees planted within the past three years may not be eaten. (Lev.19:23)
New grain: Biblically, no new grain may be eaten, or bread baked from it, before one brings an “omer” of the first fruits of the harvest on the second day of Passover (Lev.23:14)

2.9 Kosher Wine

Tonneaux

                                            Gelatin, casein, and bull blood are inadmissible in the kosher wine-making process.

Only the bacteria or kosher enzymes from the bowl may be used for fermentation. All devices and utensils used for the harvest or the processing of
the grapes must be cleansed under supervision. Bottles may not be filled multiple times.

                                            In addition, all processing steps must be implemented in agreement with the requirements of “Halacha”

(Jewish Religious Law). For example, in the vineyard no other plants may be cross-bred with the grapes (because of the prohibition of hybridization).

2.10 Beverages

Beverages manufactured from grape or grape-based derivatives may only be drunk if the grapes come from a kosher winery, prepared under strict Rabbinical Supervision.

3.0 Conclusion

Production Order The
process of kosher certification has been radically affected by deep changes in the food industry and by the fact that more than 80% of the products offered by the industry contains pre-processed ingredients. Industrialization presents marvelous opportunities, but the inexorable pace of change in industrial procedures and the complexity of foodstuffs and ingredients also present significant challenges for the kosher certification process.
BIR has risen to these challenges in the course of more than fifty years’ experience with food technology.

This is absolutely remarkable Sidhartha. I believe you'll also find the following quote by Brigham Young remarkably connective, 2nd latter-day prophet of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Journal of Discourses Vol. 12, pp. 192-196; 2nd paragraph on this page - https://jod.mrm.org/12/192):

*"A thorough reformation is needed in regard to our eating and drinking, and on this point I will freely express myself, and shall be glad if the people will hear, believe and obey. If the people were willing to receive the true knowledge from heaven in regard to their diet they would cease eating swine's flesh." *

There is something most certainly very important here in this and it's probably as you say.

···

On Sunday, July 14, 2019, 11:25:43 PM EDT, Soretna [email protected] [ALLPLANETS-HOLLOW] [email protected] wrote:

On Fri, Jul 12, 2019 at 7:20 AM sidhartha bahadur [email protected] [ALLPLANETS-HOLLOW] [email protected] wrote:

Folks

, let me begin this email by saying - be prepared to be shocked and astounded by what I am going to share in this post...many of the species
on Earth's surface , including humans , domesticated animals and the common plants eg. the humble potato , the sweet apple , the flower of the banana plant
, possibly have a hybrid origin (caused artificially) . Part of the "unknown" gene pool in such cases probably comes from inner Earth , since no other terrestrial source has been found . Hybrid species are characterised by certain biological problems , that other creatures do not experience - such as infertility , (a growing problem in humans , nothwithstanding the historical population growth) . The Gorilla is a hybrid of the chimpanzee and the giant African wild hog (wild boar) . Folks
, this did NOT happen in nature . Some ancient MASTER geneticist artificially created the Gorilla by blending the genes of two incompatible species (chimpanzee and the giant African wild hog) .

***Now

some of you may be repulsed or even disgusted by the "disclosure" , that follows , so I would advise caution in reading further , if you find such information disturbing . Honestly , when I first realised this
, I was greatly repulsed by it too , but over time have come to terms with such "unpalatable truths" :))
In
ancient times , there are accounts of villages having been burned down by invaders , wherein , some unfortunate infants got burnt and their flesh smelled like pork ?? ** Human and pig genes match (is this why pork is forbidden to be eaten by certain sects of Jews , Muslims , even Christians - since it would be like cannibalism ? There also some mythological stories around the wild boar) . Is
this why the sinister company , Monsanto , has been trying hard to patent the pig genome and gain exclusive rights to it , so as to dominate the Pharma industry ?

       **

Two genomic studies claim to provide crucial data for improving pig stock and biomedical research

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                     Vibha Varshney ](https://www.downtoearth.org.in/author/vibha-varshney-50)
Last Updated: Saturday 04 July 2015

In 1997, Dhani Ram Baruah, a
cardiac surgeon in Assam tried to transplant the heart and lungs of a pig into a patient. The patient died and Baruah was arrested for breaking the law governing human transplantation. Despite the fact that pigs provide pharmaceutical-grade heparin and heart valves for transplantations, whole organ transplantation between different animals usually fail due to genetic incompatibility.

At that time, the genome of neither man nor pig was known. While human genome was deciphered in 2003, two studies published on November 14 provide some insight into pigs’ genome. Although it cannot be said if the information would have helped Baruah’s patient, the researchers claim the studies provide crucial data for improving pig stock and biomedical research.

What the two studies found

  • Physiology of the Wuzhishan pigs and humans is 84 per cent similar at the genetic level
  • While
    genes involved in coronary artery disease were very much alike in humans and pigs, there are several important differences that need to be
    taken into account in future research
  • The
    studies identified 112 positions in the genome where pig protein has the same amino acid that is implicated in a human disease. This supports
    the use of pig in studies on human diseases
  • Comparisons
    between domestic and wild pigs revealed that European and Asian breeds were distinct, suggesting the pigs were domesticated independently in western Eurasia and East Asia
  • The
    pig has more unique olfactory genes than humans, mice or dogs. This means that while pigs can smell things humans and other animals cannot, their sense of taste does not keep up and they end up eating everything
    The studies have been published in Nature and GigaScience. The Nature study by the Swine Genome Sequencing Consortium presents the genome of wild boar and domestic pig, an economically important breed. The GigaScience study, led by researchers from the BGI (a global collaboration on genomic research), Beijing Institute of Animal Science and Chinese Academy of Agriculture Science, focuses on a miniature pig used in medical research.

The miniature Wuzhishan pig is extensively inbred and individuals are genetically similar. Its small size makes it easy to handle and useful for medical research. The team looked at genes and protein domains that pigs and humans share. These are important targets for drugs. The researchers found the physiology of the two is 84 per cent similar at the genetic level.
But they also noted that while genes involved in coronary artery disease
were very much alike in humans and pigs, there were several important differences that need to be taken account of in future research. On the positive side, the research showed that the miniature pig does not have hidden viruses in its genome. These viruses get transferred to humans during xenotransplantation or transplantation of organs or parts of organs from one species to another. The finding, thus, shows that Wuzhishan pig is a viable research material.
For the study published in Nature, researchers compared the genome of domestic pig with that of wild boar. They collected wild boar genome samples from different parts of Europe and Asia. They found that the Asian and European wild boars had significant genetic differences. This,
they say, possibly happened when the two separated from each other roughly one million years ago. Comparisons between domestic and wild pigs also revealed that European and Asian breeds were distinct, suggesting the pigs were domesticated independently in western Eurasia and East Asia.
The results also show that some gene families are evolving faster in domestic pig. These include olfactory genes and genes that confer immunity. The pig has more unique olfactory genes than humans, mice or dogs. This means that while pigs can smell things humans and other animals cannot, their sense of taste does not keep up and they end up eating everything. Pigs have fewer bitter taste receptor genes than those involved in perception of sweet and umami flavours. Also, the bitter taste receptor genes in pigs are lesser in number than those in humans.
** The studies identified 112 positions in the genome where pig protein has
the same amino acid that is implicated in a human disease. This supports the use of pig in studies on human diseases. Some of the protein aberrations that pigs share with humans are associated with obesity, diabetes, dyslexia, Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease. This understanding of the genetic origins of modern pigs is important for their breeding and to find new ways to deal with old and emerging diseases , such as SARS or the dreaded "swine flu" .**
Web Specials
Web Specials
Web Specials
xenotransplantation
Wuzhishan pig
Wild Boar
transplantation
Swine Genome …
genome
BGI
Beijing Institute of …

**Before you read the next article , let me clarify , Pigs are NOT the ancestors of humans , but the domesticated pig's genome shows astonishing similarity to humans , especially from an organ transplant perspective
. Domesticated pigs appeared abruptly just 10,000 years ago . There is no prior fossil record of them . So how did the aggressive wild boar , turn into the docile domesticated pig ?? Well , some ancient geneticist has artificially created a human wild boar hybrid - equivalent to a domesticated pig
. Why ?? Because wild boars are very dangerous to hunt and whoever created the docile domesticated pig , wanted to provide an easy source of meat to primitive humans . This lead to settled living instead
of nomadic behaviour and gradually caused humans to build villages and towns for a stable lifestyle .

A chimp-pig hybrid origin for humans?

                                                                                                  by John Hewitt , Phys.org

Comparison of human and chimp chromosomes. Credit: science.kqed.org/quest/2008/05/12/chromosome-fusion-chance-or-design/

(Phys.org) —These days, getting a Ph.D. is probably the last thing you want to do if you are out to revolutionize the world. If, however, what you propose is an idea, rather than a technology, it can still be a valuable asset to have. Dr. Eugene McCarthy is a Ph.D. geneticist who has made a career out of studying hybridization in animals. He now curates a biological information website called Macroevolution.net
where he has amassed an impressive body of evidence suggesting that human origins can be best explained by hybridization between pigs and chimpanzees. Extraordinary theories require extraordinary evidence and McCarthy does not disappoint. Rather than relying on genetic sequence comparisons, he instead offers extensive anatomical comparisons, each of
which may be individually assailable, but startling when taken together. Why weren't these conclusions arrived at much sooner? McCarthy
suggests it is because of an over-dependence on genetic data among biologists. He argues that humans are probably the result of multiple generations of backcrossing to chimpanzees, which in nucleotide
sequence data comparisons would effectively mask any contribution from pig.

Generally speaking, interspecies hybrids—like mules, ligers (lion-tiger hybrids), or zedonks (zebra -donkey
hybrids)—are less fertile than the parents that produced them. However,
as McCarthy has documented in his years of research into hybrids, many crosses produce hybrids that can produce offspring themselves. The mule,
he notes, is an exceptionally sterile hybrid and not representative of hybrids as a whole. When it comes time to play the old nuclear musical chairs and produce gametes, some types of hybrids do a much better job. Liger females, for example, can produce offspring in backcrosses with both lions and tigers. McCarthy also points out that fertility can be increased through successive backcrossing with one of the parents, a common technique used by breeders. In the case of chimp

  • pig hybridization, the "direction of the cross" would likely have been a male boar or pig (Sus scrofa) with a female chimp (Pan troglodytes), and the offspring would have been nurtured by a chimp mother among chimpanzees (shades of Tarzan!). The physical evidence for this is convincing, as you can discover for yourself with a trip over to macroevolution.net.

When I asked McCarthy if he could give a date estimate for the hybridization event, he said that there are a couple broad possibilities: (1) It might be that hybridization between pigs and apes produced the earliest hominids millions of years ago and that subsequent
mating within this hybrid swarm eventually led to the various hominid types and to modern humans; (2) separate crosses between pigs and apes could have produced separate hominids (and there's even a creepy possibility that hybridization might even still be occurring in regions where Sus and Pan still seem to come into contact, like Southern Sudan).

This latter possibility may not sound so far-fetched after you read the riveting details suggesting that the origin of the gorilla may be best explained by hybridization with the equally massive forest hog. This hog is found within the same habitat as the gorilla, and shares many uncommon physical features and habits. Furthermore, well-known hybridization effects can explain many of the fertility issues and other
peculiarities of gorilla physiology.

It is not yet clear if or when genetic data might support, or refute, our hybrid
origins. The list of anatomical specializations we may have gained from
porcine philandering is too long to detail here. Suffice it to say, similarities in the face, skin and organ microstructure alone are hard to explain away. A short list of differential features, for example, would include, multipyramidal kidney structure, presence of dermal melanocytes, melanoma, absence of a primate baculum (penis bone), surface lipid and carbohydrate composition of cell membranes, vocal cord
structure, laryngeal sacs, diverticuli of the fetal stomach, intestinal
"valves of Kerkring," heart chamber symmetry, skin and cranial vasculature and method of cooling, and tooth structure. Other features occasionally seen in humans, like bicornuate uteruses and supernumerary nipples, would also be difficult to incorporate into a purely primate tree.

McCarthy has done extensive research into the broader issues, and shortcomings, of our currently incomplete theory of evolution. As the increasing apparent, magnificent, speed with which morphological change can occur continues to present itself for us to comprehend, the standard
theory of random mutation followed by slow environmental selection, seems to stall. In my own opinion, female choice undoubtedly provides much of the functional "speed-up" we observe, but other mechanisms of mutation, or pathways for acquired characteristics to be fed back to the
gonads (through retroviral transfer?), now need to be considered anew. The role of hybridization in driving morphological change, as McCarthy has observed time and time again, particularly in his studies of avian species (Oxford University Press, 2006), may be the most powerful mechanism of all.

Follow-up story: Human hybrids: a closer look at the theory and evidence


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+91 98808 42834

And an interesting side note in the way of an observation: Another way to tell whether or not the origin of a religion has stronger ties to reptilian agendas is whether or not they force themselves upon other people. Of course this is not to be mistaken with proselytization, but rather outright force. I will not give some examples for fear of having negative ramifications for the mailing list, but I think we can easily come up with examples ourselves. Forcing the will of another being (even a Supreme Being), by very self evident nature, is contrary to the very definition of "goodness" that is innate in all of mankind unless deadened by external forces.

···

On Mon, Jul 15, 2019 at 4:24 AM sidhartha bahadur [email protected] [ALLPLANETS-HOLLOW] [email protected] wrote:

Soretna , there is an old saying that "we are what we eat" . So let me begin my response by depicting how the Jews define "Kosher food" . Of course , I being a Hindu would certainly avoid beef too , but these are individual matters of faith and nobody should enforce their own beliefs on other communities .

My only point here is , that our ancient ancestors have encoded rules of "proper food" in a religious format , so it is adhered , but the the actual reasons for such guidelines is based on an ancient scientific knowledge about genetic origins of hybrid creatures , both plants and animals , knowledge that has now been lost .

**I am glad you were not offended by the disclosure that domesticated pigs were likely created by some ancient geneticist (about 10,000 years ago) , who blended human genome with wild boar genome , to produce the domesticated pig . Therefore , all right thinking people should oppose Monsanto's sinister bid to patent the pig genome , since they have deeply nefarious reasons , as you can imagine , for wanting to do so .

This explains why the texture of human flesh is most similar to the domesticated pig . Why a human foetus in the mother's womb , is most similar to the foetus of a domesticated pig . It explains why third degree burn patients can receive skin transplants from a domesticated pig , but not even from our closest primate cousins - the chimpanzees . Strangely , a liver or kidney transplant from a domesticated pig to human might succeed , but organs taken from a chimpanzee never get accepted by the human body .

Most people think that certain communities avoid eating pork , only for hygienic reasons , but the truth is a LOT stranger than that...

it just knocks you out !

http://www.koshercertification.org.uk/whatdoe.html

What Does Kosher Mean?

Qualified, confidential, and reliable,
BIR is your trusted partner in industrial kosher certification.

Kosher Dietary Rules and Regulations.

1. Introduction

As it says in the German, Man ist was man isst! Man is what man eats.
The word kosher is familiar and, at the same time, foreign. One may think of strict rules
and religious regulations.
In Hebrew, “Kashrus,” from the root kosher (or “kasher”),
means suitable and/or “pure”, thus ensuring fitness for consumption.
The laws of “Kashrus” include a comprehensive legislation concerning permitted and forbidden foods.
There are several aspects to these dietary rules. We will consider each aspect in turn.

2.1 Meat and its derivatives

Belle Vache

  				Kosher meat must comply with certain rules.
  				**Kosher Species of Animals:**


  				According to the laws of the Torah, the only types of meat that may be eaten are cattle and game that have “cloven hooves” and “chew the cud.” If an animal species fulfills only one of these

conditions ** (for example the pig, which has split hooves but does not chew the cud, or the camel, which chews the cud,
but does not have split hooves)****, then its meat may not be eaten.**
Examples of kosher animals in this category are bulls, cows, sheep, lambs, goats, veal, and springbok.
According to the laws of the Torah, to be eaten, a kosher species must be slaughtered by a "Schochet," a ritual slaughterer. Since Jewish Law prohibits causing any pain to animals, the slaughtering has
to be effected in such a way that unconsciousness is instantaneous
and death occurs almost instantaneously.

  				**Kashering (Removing the blood) & removing the veins and skin (‘Porschen’ or ‘Nikkur’):**


  				After the animal is slaughtered, the Kosher Supervisor and his team treiber the carcass by removing certain forbidden fats

and veins. After the meat has been treibered, it is soaked in a bath in room temperature water for a half hour. To draw out the blood, the soaked meat
is then placed on special salting tables where it is salted with coarse salt on both sides for one hour.

2.2 Fowl/Poultry and their derivatives

  				Some birds may not be eaten. These include the eagle, owl, swan, pelican, vulture, and stork - as well as their brood and clutch of eggs (Lev. 11:13-20).
  				Only birds that are traditionally considered kosher, such as the goose, duck, chicken, and turkey, may be eaten.

2.3 Dairy Products and their derivatives

Yogurt

  				All kosher milk products must derive from kosher animals. In addition, the milk of impure cattle and game (e.g. donkey milk) is prohibited. Dairy products, of course, also may not contain non-kosher additives, and they may not include meat products

or derivatives (for example, many types of cheese are manufactured with animal fats).

  				Additionally, a number of pre-processed foods contain small portions of milk products, such as whey.

According to food product regulations, such tiny additives do not have to be declared on the packaging but may nevertheless render the product non-kosher. This applies especially to bread.

2.4 The prohibition of combining meat and milk

Sandwich

  				The Torah says: "You may not cook a young animal in the milk of its mother" (Ex.23:19). From this, it is derived that milk and meat products may not

be mixed together. Not only may they not be cooked together, but they may not be served together on the same table and surely not eaten at
the same time. This rule is scrupulously upheld in observant Jewish households, even in the handling of utensils,
which are carefully separated into “fleishig” (meat) and “milchig” (dairy) and separately labeled. By strict observance of these laws, they become an everyday habit. After meat meals, one must wait one, three, or six hours – depending on one’s custom - before eating dairy.
After dairy consumption, no interval is required before meat may be eaten.

2.5 Eggs

  				The eggs of kosher birds are permitted as long as they do not contain blood. Therefore, eggs must be individually examined.

2.6 Fish

Tunafish

  			        Only fish with fins and scales may be eaten, for instance, tuna, salmon, and herring. Shellfish such as shrimps, crabs, mussels, and lobsters are forbidden.

2.7 Fruits, vegetables, cereals

  				All products that grow in the soil or on plants, bushes, or trees are kosher. However, all insects and animals that have many legs or very short legs are not kosher. Consequently, vegetables, fruits and other products infested with such insects must be checked and the insects removed.
  				 A vegetable prone to insect infestation (e.g. cauliflower) must be carefully examined.

2.8 Fruits and Green plants

Orange

  				Certain laws apply specifically to the planting and sowing of vegetables, fruits, and grains.

Hybridization of different species: One may not sow two kinds of seeds on a field or in a vineyard. (Lev.19:19/ Dtn.22:19)
Forbidden fruit: Fruits from trees planted within the past three years may not be eaten. (Lev.19:23)
New grain: Biblically, no new grain may be eaten, or bread baked from it, before one brings an “omer” of the first fruits of the harvest on the second day of Passover (Lev.23:14)

2.9 Kosher Wine

Tonneaux

                                            Gelatin, casein, and bull blood are inadmissible in the kosher wine-making process.

Only the bacteria or kosher enzymes from the bowl may be used for fermentation. All devices and utensils used for the harvest or the processing of
the grapes must be cleansed under supervision. Bottles may not be filled multiple times.

                                            In addition, all processing steps must be implemented in agreement with the requirements of “Halacha”

(Jewish Religious Law). For example, in the vineyard no other plants may be cross-bred with the grapes (because of the prohibition of hybridization).

2.10 Beverages

Beverages manufactured from grape or grape-based derivatives may only be drunk if the grapes come from a kosher winery, prepared under strict Rabbinical Supervision.

3.0 Conclusion

Production Order The
process of kosher certification has been radically affected by deep changes in the food industry and by the fact that more than 80% of the products offered by the industry contains pre-processed ingredients. Industrialization presents marvelous opportunities, but the inexorable pace of change in industrial procedures and the complexity of foodstuffs and ingredients also present significant challenges for the kosher certification process.
BIR has risen to these challenges in the course of more than fifty years’ experience with food technology.

On Sunday, July 14, 2019, 11:25:43 PM EDT, Soretna [email protected] [ALLPLANETS-HOLLOW] [email protected] wrote:

This is absolutely remarkable Sidhartha. I believe you'll also find the following quote by Brigham Young remarkably connective, 2nd latter-day prophet of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Journal of Discourses Vol. 12, pp. 192-196; 2nd paragraph on this page - https://jod.mrm.org/12/192):

*"A thorough reformation is needed in regard to our eating and drinking, and on this point I will freely express myself, and shall be glad if the people will hear, believe and obey. If the people were willing to receive the true knowledge from heaven in regard to their diet they would cease eating swine's flesh." *

There is something most certainly very important here in this and it's probably as you say.

On Fri, Jul 12, 2019 at 7:20 AM sidhartha bahadur [email protected] [ALLPLANETS-HOLLOW] [email protected] wrote:

Folks

, let me begin this email by saying - be prepared to be shocked and astounded by what I am going to share in this post...many of the species
on Earth's surface , including humans , domesticated animals and the common plants eg. the humble potato , the sweet apple , the flower of the banana plant
, possibly have a hybrid origin (caused artificially) . Part of the "unknown" gene pool in such cases probably comes from inner Earth , since no other terrestrial source has been found . Hybrid species are characterised by certain biological problems , that other creatures do not experience - such as infertility , (a growing problem in humans , nothwithstanding the historical population growth) . The Gorilla is a hybrid of the chimpanzee and the giant African wild hog (wild boar) . Folks
, this did NOT happen in nature . Some ancient MASTER geneticist artificially created the Gorilla by blending the genes of two incompatible species (chimpanzee and the giant African wild hog) .

***Now

some of you may be repulsed or even disgusted by the "disclosure" , that follows , so I would advise caution in reading further , if you find such information disturbing . Honestly , when I first realised this
, I was greatly repulsed by it too , but over time have come to terms with such "unpalatable truths" :))
In
ancient times , there are accounts of villages having been burned down by invaders , wherein , some unfortunate infants got burnt and their flesh smelled like pork ?? ** Human and pig genes match (is this why pork is forbidden to be eaten by certain sects of Jews , Muslims , even Christians - since it would be like cannibalism ? There also some mythological stories around the wild boar) . Is
this why the sinister company , Monsanto , has been trying hard to patent the pig genome and gain exclusive rights to it , so as to dominate the Pharma industry ?

       **

Two genomic studies claim to provide crucial data for improving pig stock and biomedical research

[https://api.whatsapp.com/send?text=Human%20and%20pig%20genes%20match%20https://www..downtoearth.org.in/news/human-and-pig-genes-match-39590](https://api.whatsapp.com/send?text=Human%20and%20pig%20genes%20match%20https://www.downtoearth.org.in/news/human-and-pig-genes-match-39590)

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By [
                     Vibha Varshney ](https://www.downtoearth.org.in/author/vibha-varshney-50)
Last Updated: Saturday 04 July 2015

In 1997, Dhani Ram Baruah, a
cardiac surgeon in Assam tried to transplant the heart and lungs of a pig into a patient. The patient died and Baruah was arrested for breaking the law governing human transplantation. Despite the fact that pigs provide pharmaceutical-grade heparin and heart valves for transplantations, whole organ transplantation between different animals usually fail due to genetic incompatibility.

At that time, the genome of neither man nor pig was known. While human genome was deciphered in 2003, two studies published on November 14 provide some insight into pigs’ genome. Although it cannot be said if the information would have helped Baruah’s patient, the researchers claim the studies provide crucial data for improving pig stock and biomedical research.

What the two studies found

  • Physiology of the Wuzhishan pigs and humans is 84 per cent similar at the genetic level
  • While
    genes involved in coronary artery disease were very much alike in humans and pigs, there are several important differences that need to be
    taken into account in future research
  • The
    studies identified 112 positions in the genome where pig protein has the same amino acid that is implicated in a human disease. This supports
    the use of pig in studies on human diseases
  • Comparisons
    between domestic and wild pigs revealed that European and Asian breeds were distinct, suggesting the pigs were domesticated independently in western Eurasia and East Asia
  • The
    pig has more unique olfactory genes than humans, mice or dogs. This means that while pigs can smell things humans and other animals cannot, their sense of taste does not keep up and they end up eating everything
    The studies have been published in Nature and GigaScience. The Nature study by the Swine Genome Sequencing Consortium presents the genome of wild boar and domestic pig, an economically important breed. The GigaScience study, led by researchers from the BGI (a global collaboration on genomic research), Beijing Institute of Animal Science and Chinese Academy of Agriculture Science, focuses on a miniature pig used in medical research.

The miniature Wuzhishan pig is extensively inbred and individuals are genetically similar. Its small size makes it easy to handle and useful for medical research. The team looked at genes and protein domains that pigs and humans share. These are important targets for drugs. The researchers found the physiology of the two is 84 per cent similar at the genetic level.
But they also noted that while genes involved in coronary artery disease
were very much alike in humans and pigs, there were several important differences that need to be taken account of in future research. On the positive side, the research showed that the miniature pig does not have hidden viruses in its genome. These viruses get transferred to humans during xenotransplantation or transplantation of organs or parts of organs from one species to another. The finding, thus, shows that Wuzhishan pig is a viable research material.
For the study published in Nature, researchers compared the genome of domestic pig with that of wild boar. They collected wild boar genome samples from different parts of Europe and Asia. They found that the Asian and European wild boars had significant genetic differences. This,
they say, possibly happened when the two separated from each other roughly one million years ago. Comparisons between domestic and wild pigs also revealed that European and Asian breeds were distinct, suggesting the pigs were domesticated independently in western Eurasia and East Asia.
The results also show that some gene families are evolving faster in domestic pig. These include olfactory genes and genes that confer immunity. The pig has more unique olfactory genes than humans, mice or dogs. This means that while pigs can smell things humans and other animals cannot, their sense of taste does not keep up and they end up eating everything. Pigs have fewer bitter taste receptor genes than those involved in perception of sweet and umami flavours. Also, the bitter taste receptor genes in pigs are lesser in number than those in humans.
** The studies identified 112 positions in the genome where pig protein has
the same amino acid that is implicated in a human disease. This supports the use of pig in studies on human diseases. Some of the protein aberrations that pigs share with humans are associated with obesity, diabetes, dyslexia, Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease. This understanding of the genetic origins of modern pigs is important for their breeding and to find new ways to deal with old and emerging diseases , such as SARS or the dreaded "swine flu" .**
Web Specials
Web Specials
Web Specials
xenotransplantation
Wuzhishan pig
Wild Boar
transplantation
Swine Genome …
genome
BGI
Beijing Institute of …

**Before you read the next article , let me clarify , Pigs are NOT the ancestors of humans , but the domesticated pig's genome shows astonishing similarity to humans , especially from an organ transplant perspective
. Domesticated pigs appeared abruptly just 10,000 years ago . There is no prior fossil record of them . So how did the aggressive wild boar , turn into the docile domesticated pig ?? Well , some ancient geneticist has artificially created a human wild boar hybrid - equivalent to a domesticated pig
. Why ?? Because wild boars are very dangerous to hunt and whoever created the docile domesticated pig , wanted to provide an easy source of meat to primitive humans . This lead to settled living instead
of nomadic behaviour and gradually caused humans to build villages and towns for a stable lifestyle .

A chimp-pig hybrid origin for humans?

                                                                                                  by John Hewitt , Phys.org

Comparison of human and chimp chromosomes. Credit: science.kqed.org/quest/2008/05/12/chromosome-fusion-chance-or-design/

(Phys.org) —These days, getting a Ph.D. is probably the last thing you want to do if you are out to revolutionize the world. If, however, what you propose is an idea, rather than a technology, it can still be a valuable asset to have. Dr. Eugene McCarthy is a Ph.D. geneticist who has made a career out of studying hybridization in animals. He now curates a biological information website called Macroevolution.net
where he has amassed an impressive body of evidence suggesting that human origins can be best explained by hybridization between pigs and chimpanzees. Extraordinary theories require extraordinary evidence and McCarthy does not disappoint. Rather than relying on genetic sequence comparisons, he instead offers extensive anatomical comparisons, each of
which may be individually assailable, but startling when taken together. Why weren't these conclusions arrived at much sooner? McCarthy
suggests it is because of an over-dependence on genetic data among biologists. He argues that humans are probably the result of multiple generations of backcrossing to chimpanzees, which in nucleotide
sequence data comparisons would effectively mask any contribution from pig.

Generally speaking, interspecies hybrids—like mules, ligers (lion-tiger hybrids), or zedonks (zebra -donkey
hybrids)—are less fertile than the parents that produced them. However,
as McCarthy has documented in his years of research into hybrids, many crosses produce hybrids that can produce offspring themselves. The mule,
he notes, is an exceptionally sterile hybrid and not representative of hybrids as a whole. When it comes time to play the old nuclear musical chairs and produce gametes, some types of hybrids do a much better job. Liger females, for example, can produce offspring in backcrosses with both lions and tigers. McCarthy also points out that fertility can be increased through successive backcrossing with one of the parents, a common technique used by breeders. In the case of chimp

  • pig hybridization, the "direction of the cross" would likely have been a male boar or pig (Sus scrofa) with a female chimp (Pan troglodytes), and the offspring would have been nurtured by a chimp mother among chimpanzees (shades of Tarzan!). The physical evidence for this is convincing, as you can discover for yourself with a trip over to macroevolution.net.

When I asked McCarthy if he could give a date estimate for the hybridization event, he said that there are a couple broad possibilities: (1) It might be that hybridization between pigs and apes produced the earliest hominids millions of years ago and that subsequent
mating within this hybrid swarm eventually led to the various hominid types and to modern humans; (2) separate crosses between pigs and apes could have produced separate hominids (and there's even a creepy possibility that hybridization might even still be occurring in regions where Sus and Pan still seem to come into contact, like Southern Sudan).

This latter possibility may not sound so far-fetched after you read the riveting details suggesting that the origin of the gorilla may be best explained by hybridization with the equally massive forest hog. This hog is found within the same habitat as the gorilla, and shares many uncommon physical features and habits. Furthermore, well-known hybridization effects can explain many of the fertility issues and other
peculiarities of gorilla physiology.

It is not yet clear if or when genetic data might support, or refute, our hybrid
origins. The list of anatomical specializations we may have gained from
porcine philandering is too long to detail here. Suffice it to say, similarities in the face, skin and organ microstructure alone are hard to explain away. A short list of differential features, for example, would include, multipyramidal kidney structure, presence of dermal melanocytes, melanoma, absence of a primate baculum (penis bone), surface lipid and carbohydrate composition of cell membranes, vocal cord
structure, laryngeal sacs, diverticuli of the fetal stomach, intestinal
"valves of Kerkring," heart chamber symmetry, skin and cranial vasculature and method of cooling, and tooth structure. Other features occasionally seen in humans, like bicornuate uteruses and supernumerary nipples, would also be difficult to incorporate into a purely primate tree.

McCarthy has done extensive research into the broader issues, and shortcomings, of our currently incomplete theory of evolution. As the increasing apparent, magnificent, speed with which morphological change can occur continues to present itself for us to comprehend, the standard
theory of random mutation followed by slow environmental selection, seems to stall. In my own opinion, female choice undoubtedly provides much of the functional "speed-up" we observe, but other mechanisms of mutation, or pathways for acquired characteristics to be fed back to the
gonads (through retroviral transfer?), now need to be considered anew. The role of hybridization in driving morphological change, as McCarthy has observed time and time again, particularly in his studies of avian species (Oxford University Press, 2006), may be the most powerful mechanism of all.

Follow-up story: Human hybrids: a closer look at the theory and evidence


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Soretna , well spoken ! You're right - what to eat & what not to eat is ultimately a matter of personal choice & should always remain that way.

Anyhow , I have some more to cover on this same topic - this time it's about a plant that is so commonly available , that we almost take it's existence for granted . But surprise , surprise , the banana is the strangest fruit on Earth there ever was . In fact the purple coloured flower of a banana tree (rather herb) , is a freak of nature . The banana is a seedless fruit , yet has spread to every continent on Earth - it is so weird , that it defies all evolutionary logic . Which makes one think - what is the origin/genetic source of the banana tree ? We certainly haven't found any clues on the Earth's surface , so has this plant been brought to the Earth's surface from Inner Earth ?

Banana: A Fruit that Really should not Exist

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Time and again we come across certain evidences about our past which we turn a blind eye to. We can't explain these without being labeled a crazy conspiracy theorist. Should that scare us from unveiling the truth? Plain truth that is staring hard at us from centuries. Or is it an agenda of the powerful to control this knowledge and hence, control the world? Let's keep an open mind and try to review some of these Out-Of-Place-Artifacts (OOPArts) and mysterious accounts...

Banana: A Fruit that Really should not Exist

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Banana: A Fruit that Really should not Exist

Most
people are completely unaware of this fact but there is a fruit that is
eaten by millions of people all around the world everyday that is quite
remarkable and in all reality, simply shouldn’t exist. I’m talking of course, about the banana. Bananas are actually the most mysterious fruit
in the world because bananas have no seeds and what makes this even more mysterious is the fact that they are found in almost every country in the world.

Now that may not sound so odd at first but let me fully explain this enigma to you: Firstly, banana plants are not trees; they are actually a perennial herb. The trunk of the plant is really nothing more than the plants outer leaves. The real stem of the plant doesn’t actually become visible until it pushes out through the top to produce the large purple flower that will eventually develop into the fruit. Then, having finished its perennial reproductive
cycle, the plant dies. The problem here, is that in the reproductive cycle of the banana, seeds are completely absent from the mature fruit! A
new ‘seedling’ (known as a ‘sucker’) can only ever be generated from a piece of the plants rootstock and yet bananas are found in almost most every place on earth, even on quite remote and isolated islands.

How in the world did they all get there?

The
seeds certainly weren’t carried across the oceans by prevailing winds. To fully appreciate this anomaly first consider that the only other seedless plants that exist anywhere in the world are things like seedless grapes, naval oranges and the many genetically modified varieties of commercial vegetables that can now be purchased, the point is, any other seedless plants that exist, anywhere in the world, are all
that way because they have genetically modified!

** And
yet here we have the humble banana, which is also the only food in existence that contains exactly the correct requirements of vitamins and
minerals for mans metabolism completely. It is the only food that man can live on healthily, by itself, with complete nutrition, it is found all over the world and yet we have no knowledge of how it could possibly
have come into being. It seems highly improbable that the worldwide distribution of a seedless fruit that is perfectly tailored for sustaining man would have just somehow ‘happened.’**

__ **It
is extremely unlikely for such a plant to have ever been produced by nature all on its own and many people believe that somehow, somewhere, sometime, someone in our far distant past genetically engineered bananas
into the widely dispersed and remarkably nutritious plant that we find everywhere in such abundance to day.__

These people cite that bananas are living daily proof of an ancient culture that spanned the entire globe in remote pre-history. Botanists also now tentatively agree that the spread of the banana plant appears to have radiated outward from the Pacific region.

***The Banana plant incidentally, is not actually a fruit or a vegetable, but it does reach a height of around 30 feet at maturity which makes it the Worlds largest herb and the tallest plant in existence that does not have a woody trunk.

Next take a look at another favourite crop humans grow - the humble corn ! Do you know it is a derivative of some form of grass . The BIG 5 cereal crops i.e. Wheat , rice , corn , maize and barley are all derivatives of the grass family . The million dollar question is who achieved this rare feat of genetic engineering such that suddenly 10,000 years ago , all such cereal crops suddenly became available for man to cultivate !

Once again , who was that master ancient geneticist that did all this ? Inner Earthers ? What was the true genetic source of these domesticated plants and animals . How were these domesticated livestock animals and cereal crops , fruits etc, so ideall suited that helped humans settle down and get civilised ?

Popped Secret: The Mysterious Origin of Corn — HHMI BioInteractive Video

Popped Secret: The Mysterious Origin of Corn — HHMI BioInteractive Video

Popped Secret: The Mysterious Origin of Corn — HHMI BioInteractive Video

Where did corn come from? Genetic and archeological data point to what may seem like an unlikely ancestor. Disco...

Regards

And an interesting side note in the way of an observation: Another way to tell whether or not the origin of a religion has stronger ties to reptilian agendas is whether or not they force themselves upon other people. Of course this is not to be mistaken with proselytization, but rather outright force. I will not give some examples for fear of having negative ramifications for the mailing list, but I think we can easily come up with examples ourselves. Forcing the will of another being (even a Supreme Being), by very self evident nature, is contrary to the very definition of "goodness" that is innate in all of mankind unless deadened by external forces.

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On Monday, July 15, 2019, 1:28:57 PM EDT, Soretna [email protected] [ALLPLANETS-HOLLOW] [email protected] wrote:

On Mon, Jul 15, 2019 at 4:24 AM sidhartha bahadur [email protected] [ALLPLANETS-HOLLOW] [email protected] wrote:

Soretna , there is an old saying that "we are what we eat" . So let me begin my response by depicting how the Jews define "Kosher food" . Of course , I being a Hindu would certainly avoid beef too , but these are individual matters of faith and nobody should enforce their own beliefs on other communities .

My only point here is , that our ancient ancestors have encoded rules of "proper food" in a religious format , so it is adhered , but the the actual reasons for such guidelines is based on an ancient scientific knowledge about genetic origins of hybrid creatures , both plants and animals , knowledge that has now been lost .

**I am glad you were not offended by the disclosure that domesticated pigs were likely created by some ancient geneticist (about 10,000 years ago) , who blended human genome with wild boar genome , to produce the domesticated pig . Therefore , all right thinking people should oppose Monsanto's sinister bid to patent the pig genome , since they have deeply nefarious reasons , as you can imagine , for wanting to do so .

This explains why the texture of human flesh is most similar to the domesticated pig . Why a human foetus in the mother's womb , is most similar to the foetus of a domesticated pig . It explains why third degree burn patients can receive skin transplants from a domesticated pig , but not even from our closest primate cousins - the chimpanzees . Strangely , a liver or kidney transplant from a domesticated pig to human might succeed , but organs taken from a chimpanzee never get accepted by the human body .

Most people think that certain communities avoid eating pork , only for hygienic reasons , but the truth is a LOT stranger than that....

it just knocks you out !

http://www.koshercertification.org.uk/whatdoe.html

What Does Kosher Mean?

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Kosher Dietary Rules and Regulations.

1. Introduction

As it says in the German, Man ist was man isst! Man is what man eats.
The word kosher is familiar and, at the same time, foreign. One may think of strict rules
and religious regulations.
In Hebrew, “Kashrus,” from the root kosher (or “kasher”),
means suitable and/or “pure”, thus ensuring fitness for consumption.
The laws of “Kashrus” include a comprehensive legislation concerning permitted and forbidden foods.
There are several aspects to these dietary rules. We will consider each aspect in turn.

2.1 Meat and its derivatives

Belle Vache

  				Kosher meat must comply with certain rules.
  				**Kosher Species of Animals:**


  				According to the laws of the Torah, the only types of meat that may be eaten are cattle and game that have “cloven hooves” and “chew the cud.” If an animal species fulfills only one of these

conditions ** (for example the pig, which has split hooves but does not chew the cud, or the camel, which chews the cud,
but does not have split hooves)****, then its meat may not be eaten.**
Examples of kosher animals in this category are bulls, cows, sheep, lambs, goats, veal, and springbok.
According to the laws of the Torah, to be eaten, a kosher species must be slaughtered by a "Schochet," a ritual slaughterer. Since Jewish Law prohibits causing any pain to animals, the slaughtering has
to be effected in such a way that unconsciousness is instantaneous
and death occurs almost instantaneously.

  				**Kashering (Removing the blood) & removing the veins and skin (‘Porschen’ or ‘Nikkur’):**


  				After the animal is slaughtered, the Kosher Supervisor and his team treiber the carcass by removing certain forbidden fats

and veins. After the meat has been treibered, it is soaked in a bath in room temperature water for a half hour. To draw out the blood, the soaked meat
is then placed on special salting tables where it is salted with coarse salt on both sides for one hour.

2.2 Fowl/Poultry and their derivatives

  				Some birds may not be eaten. These include the eagle, owl, swan, pelican, vulture, and stork - as well as their brood and clutch of eggs (Lev. 11:13-20).
  				Only birds that are traditionally considered kosher, such as the goose, duck, chicken, and turkey, may be eaten.

2.3 Dairy Products and their derivatives

Yogurt

  				All kosher milk products must derive from kosher animals. In addition, the milk of impure cattle and game (e.g. donkey milk) is prohibited. Dairy products, of course, also may not contain non-kosher additives, and they may not include meat products

or derivatives (for example, many types of cheese are manufactured with animal fats).

  				Additionally, a number of pre-processed foods contain small portions of milk products, such as whey.

According to food product regulations, such tiny additives do not have to be declared on the packaging but may nevertheless render the product non-kosher. This applies especially to bread.

2.4 The prohibition of combining meat and milk

Sandwich

  				The Torah says: "You may not cook a young animal in the milk of its mother" (Ex.23:19). From this, it is derived that milk and meat products may not

be mixed together. Not only may they not be cooked together, but they may not be served together on the same table and surely not eaten at
the same time. This rule is scrupulously upheld in observant Jewish households, even in the handling of utensils,
which are carefully separated into “fleishig” (meat) and “milchig” (dairy) and separately labeled. By strict observance of these laws, they become an everyday habit. After meat meals, one must wait one, three, or six hours – depending on one’s custom - before eating dairy.
After dairy consumption, no interval is required before meat may be eaten.

2.5 Eggs

  				The eggs of kosher birds are permitted as long as they do not contain blood. Therefore, eggs must be individually examined.

2.6 Fish

Tunafish

  			        Only fish with fins and scales may be eaten, for instance, tuna, salmon, and herring. Shellfish such as shrimps, crabs, mussels, and lobsters are forbidden.

2.7 Fruits, vegetables, cereals

  				All products that grow in the soil or on plants, bushes, or trees are kosher. However, all insects and animals that have many legs or very short legs are not kosher. Consequently, vegetables, fruits and other products infested with such insects must be checked and the insects removed.
  				 A vegetable prone to insect infestation (e.g. cauliflower) must be carefully examined.

2.8 Fruits and Green plants

Orange

  				Certain laws apply specifically to the planting and sowing of vegetables, fruits, and grains.

Hybridization of different species: One may not sow two kinds of seeds on a field or in a vineyard. (Lev.19:19/ Dtn.22:19)
Forbidden fruit: Fruits from trees planted within the past three years may not be eaten. (Lev.19:23)
New grain: Biblically, no new grain may be eaten, or bread baked from it, before one brings an “omer” of the first fruits of the harvest on the second day of Passover (Lev.23:14)

2.9 Kosher Wine

Tonneaux

                                            Gelatin, casein, and bull blood are inadmissible in the kosher wine-making process.

Only the bacteria or kosher enzymes from the bowl may be used for fermentation. All devices and utensils used for the harvest or the processing of
the grapes must be cleansed under supervision. Bottles may not be filled multiple times.

                                            In addition, all processing steps must be implemented in agreement with the requirements of “Halacha”

(Jewish Religious Law). For example, in the vineyard no other plants may be cross-bred with the grapes (because of the prohibition of hybridization).

2.10 Beverages

Beverages manufactured from grape or grape-based derivatives may only be drunk if the grapes come from a kosher winery, prepared under strict Rabbinical Supervision.

3.0 Conclusion

Production Order The
process of kosher certification has been radically affected by deep changes in the food industry and by the fact that more than 80% of the products offered by the industry contains pre-processed ingredients. Industrialization presents marvelous opportunities, but the inexorable pace of change in industrial procedures and the complexity of foodstuffs and ingredients also present significant challenges for the kosher certification process.
BIR has risen to these challenges in the course of more than fifty years’ experience with food technology.

On Sunday, July 14, 2019, 11:25:43 PM EDT, Soretna [email protected] [ALLPLANETS-HOLLOW] [email protected] wrote:

This is absolutely remarkable Sidhartha. I believe you'll also find the following quote by Brigham Young remarkably connective, 2nd latter-day prophet of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Journal of Discourses Vol. 12, pp. 192-196; 2nd paragraph on this page - https://jod.mrm.org/12/192):

*"A thorough reformation is needed in regard to our eating and drinking, and on this point I will freely express myself, and shall be glad if the people will hear, believe and obey. If the people were willing to receive the true knowledge from heaven in regard to their diet they would cease eating swine's flesh." *

There is something most certainly very important here in this and it's probably as you say.

On Fri, Jul 12, 2019 at 7:20 AM sidhartha bahadur [email protected] [ALLPLANETS-HOLLOW] [email protected] wrote:

Folks

, let me begin this email by saying - be prepared to be shocked and astounded by what I am going to share in this post...many of the species
on Earth's surface , including humans , domesticated animals and the common plants eg. the humble potato , the sweet apple , the flower of the banana plant
, possibly have a hybrid origin (caused artificially) . Part of the "unknown" gene pool in such cases probably comes from inner Earth , since no other terrestrial source has been found . Hybrid species are characterised by certain biological problems , that other creatures do not experience - such as infertility , (a growing problem in humans , nothwithstanding the historical population growth) . The Gorilla is a hybrid of the chimpanzee and the giant African wild hog (wild boar) . Folks
, this did NOT happen in nature . Some ancient MASTER geneticist artificially created the Gorilla by blending the genes of two incompatible species (chimpanzee and the giant African wild hog) .

***Now

some of you may be repulsed or even disgusted by the "disclosure" , that follows , so I would advise caution in reading further , if you find such information disturbing . Honestly , when I first realised this
, I was greatly repulsed by it too , but over time have come to terms with such "unpalatable truths" :))
In
ancient times , there are accounts of villages having been burned down by invaders , wherein , some unfortunate infants got burnt and their flesh smelled like pork ?? ** Human and pig genes match (is this why pork is forbidden to be eaten by certain sects of Jews , Muslims , even Christians - since it would be like cannibalism ? There also some mythological stories around the wild boar) . Is
this why the sinister company , Monsanto , has been trying hard to patent the pig genome and gain exclusive rights to it , so as to dominate the Pharma industry ?

       **

Two genomic studies claim to provide crucial data for improving pig stock and biomedical research

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In 1997, Dhani Ram Baruah, a
cardiac surgeon in Assam tried to transplant the heart and lungs of a pig into a patient. The patient died and Baruah was arrested for breaking the law governing human transplantation. Despite the fact that pigs provide pharmaceutical-grade heparin and heart valves for transplantations, whole organ transplantation between different animals usually fail due to genetic incompatibility.

At that time, the genome of neither man nor pig was known. While human genome was deciphered in 2003, two studies published on November 14 provide some insight into pigs’ genome. Although it cannot be said if the information would have helped Baruah’s patient, the researchers claim the studies provide crucial data for improving pig stock and biomedical research.

What the two studies found

  • Physiology of the Wuzhishan pigs and humans is 84 per cent similar at the genetic level
  • While
    genes involved in coronary artery disease were very much alike in humans and pigs, there are several important differences that need to be
    taken into account in future research
  • The
    studies identified 112 positions in the genome where pig protein has the same amino acid that is implicated in a human disease. This supports
    the use of pig in studies on human diseases
  • Comparisons
    between domestic and wild pigs revealed that European and Asian breeds were distinct, suggesting the pigs were domesticated independently in western Eurasia and East Asia
  • The
    pig has more unique olfactory genes than humans, mice or dogs. This means that while pigs can smell things humans and other animals cannot, their sense of taste does not keep up and they end up eating everything
    The studies have been published in Nature and GigaScience. The Nature study by the Swine Genome Sequencing Consortium presents the genome of wild boar and domestic pig, an economically important breed. The GigaScience study, led by researchers from the BGI (a global collaboration on genomic research), Beijing Institute of Animal Science and Chinese Academy of Agriculture Science, focuses on a miniature pig used in medical research.

The miniature Wuzhishan pig is extensively inbred and individuals are genetically similar. Its small size makes it easy to handle and useful for medical research. The team looked at genes and protein domains that pigs and humans share. These are important targets for drugs. The researchers found the physiology of the two is 84 per cent similar at the genetic level.
But they also noted that while genes involved in coronary artery disease
were very much alike in humans and pigs, there were several important differences that need to be taken account of in future research. On the positive side, the research showed that the miniature pig does not have hidden viruses in its genome. These viruses get transferred to humans during xenotransplantation or transplantation of organs or parts of organs from one species to another. The finding, thus, shows that Wuzhishan pig is a viable research material.
For the study published in Nature, researchers compared the genome of domestic pig with that of wild boar. They collected wild boar genome samples from different parts of Europe and Asia. They found that the Asian and European wild boars had significant genetic differences. This,
they say, possibly happened when the two separated from each other roughly one million years ago. Comparisons between domestic and wild pigs also revealed that European and Asian breeds were distinct, suggesting the pigs were domesticated independently in western Eurasia and East Asia.
The results also show that some gene families are evolving faster in domestic pig. These include olfactory genes and genes that confer immunity. The pig has more unique olfactory genes than humans, mice or dogs. This means that while pigs can smell things humans and other animals cannot, their sense of taste does not keep up and they end up eating everything. Pigs have fewer bitter taste receptor genes than those involved in perception of sweet and umami flavours. Also, the bitter taste receptor genes in pigs are lesser in number than those in humans.
** The studies identified 112 positions in the genome where pig protein has
the same amino acid that is implicated in a human disease. This supports the use of pig in studies on human diseases. Some of the protein aberrations that pigs share with humans are associated with obesity, diabetes, dyslexia, Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease. This understanding of the genetic origins of modern pigs is important for their breeding and to find new ways to deal with old and emerging diseases , such as SARS or the dreaded "swine flu" .**
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**Before you read the next article , let me clarify , Pigs are NOT the ancestors of humans , but the domesticated pig's genome shows astonishing similarity to humans , especially from an organ transplant perspective
. Domesticated pigs appeared abruptly just 10,000 years ago . There is no prior fossil record of them . So how did the aggressive wild boar , turn into the docile domesticated pig ?? Well , some ancient geneticist has artificially created a human wild boar hybrid - equivalent to a domesticated pig
. Why ?? Because wild boars are very dangerous to hunt and whoever created the docile domesticated pig , wanted to provide an easy source of meat to primitive humans . This lead to settled living instead
of nomadic behaviour and gradually caused humans to build villages and towns for a stable lifestyle .

A chimp-pig hybrid origin for humans?

                                                                                                  by John Hewitt , Phys.org

Comparison of human and chimp chromosomes. Credit: science.kqed.org/quest/2008/05/12/chromosome-fusion-chance-or-design/

(Phys.org) —These days, getting a Ph.D. is probably the last thing you want to do if you are out to revolutionize the world. If, however, what you propose is an idea, rather than a technology, it can still be a valuable asset to have. Dr. Eugene McCarthy is a Ph.D. geneticist who has made a career out of studying hybridization in animals. He now curates a biological information website called Macroevolution.net
where he has amassed an impressive body of evidence suggesting that human origins can be best explained by hybridization between pigs and chimpanzees. Extraordinary theories require extraordinary evidence and McCarthy does not disappoint. Rather than relying on genetic sequence comparisons, he instead offers extensive anatomical comparisons, each of
which may be individually assailable, but startling when taken together. Why weren't these conclusions arrived at much sooner? McCarthy
suggests it is because of an over-dependence on genetic data among biologists. He argues that humans are probably the result of multiple generations of backcrossing to chimpanzees, which in nucleotide
sequence data comparisons would effectively mask any contribution from pig.

Generally speaking, interspecies hybrids—like mules, ligers (lion-tiger hybrids), or zedonks (zebra -donkey
hybrids)—are less fertile than the parents that produced them. However,
as McCarthy has documented in his years of research into hybrids, many crosses produce hybrids that can produce offspring themselves. The mule,
he notes, is an exceptionally sterile hybrid and not representative of hybrids as a whole. When it comes time to play the old nuclear musical chairs and produce gametes, some types of hybrids do a much better job. Liger females, for example, can produce offspring in backcrosses with both lions and tigers. McCarthy also points out that fertility can be increased through successive backcrossing with one of the parents, a common technique used by breeders. In the case of chimp

  • pig hybridization, the "direction of the cross" would likely have been a male boar or pig (Sus scrofa) with a female chimp (Pan troglodytes), and the offspring would have been nurtured by a chimp mother among chimpanzees (shades of Tarzan!). The physical evidence for this is convincing, as you can discover for yourself with a trip over to macroevolution.net.

When I asked McCarthy if he could give a date estimate for the hybridization event, he said that there are a couple broad possibilities: (1) It might be that hybridization between pigs and apes produced the earliest hominids millions of years ago and that subsequent
mating within this hybrid swarm eventually led to the various hominid types and to modern humans; (2) separate crosses between pigs and apes could have produced separate hominids (and there's even a creepy possibility that hybridization might even still be occurring in regions where Sus and Pan still seem to come into contact, like Southern Sudan).

This latter possibility may not sound so far-fetched after you read the riveting details suggesting that the origin of the gorilla may be best explained by hybridization with the equally massive forest hog. This hog is found within the same habitat as the gorilla, and shares many uncommon physical features and habits. Furthermore, well-known hybridization effects can explain many of the fertility issues and other
peculiarities of gorilla physiology.

It is not yet clear if or when genetic data might support, or refute, our hybrid
origins. The list of anatomical specializations we may have gained from
porcine philandering is too long to detail here. Suffice it to say, similarities in the face, skin and organ microstructure alone are hard to explain away. A short list of differential features, for example, would include, multipyramidal kidney structure, presence of dermal melanocytes, melanoma, absence of a primate baculum (penis bone), surface lipid and carbohydrate composition of cell membranes, vocal cord
structure, laryngeal sacs, diverticuli of the fetal stomach, intestinal
"valves of Kerkring," heart chamber symmetry, skin and cranial vasculature and method of cooling, and tooth structure. Other features occasionally seen in humans, like bicornuate uteruses and supernumerary nipples, would also be difficult to incorporate into a purely primate tree.

McCarthy has done extensive research into the broader issues, and shortcomings, of our currently incomplete theory of evolution. As the increasing apparent, magnificent, speed with which morphological change can occur continues to present itself for us to comprehend, the standard
theory of random mutation followed by slow environmental selection, seems to stall. In my own opinion, female choice undoubtedly provides much of the functional "speed-up" we observe, but other mechanisms of mutation, or pathways for acquired characteristics to be fed back to the
gonads (through retroviral transfer?), now need to be considered anew. The role of hybridization in driving morphological change, as McCarthy has observed time and time again, particularly in his studies of avian species (Oxford University Press, 2006), may be the most powerful mechanism of all.

Follow-up story: Human hybrids: a closer look at the theory and evidence


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List members , this latest news provides the much needed further proof for the hypothesis about the artificial/unnatural and abrupt/sudden origin of the domesticated pig around 10,000 B.C. , via genetic engineering done by some unknown "entities" (they fused human genome with that of wild boar) :-

U.S. surgeons successfully test pig kidney transplant in human patient

Surgeons test transplanting pig kidney into human

NEW YORK, Oct 19 (Reuters) - For the first time, a pig kidney has been transplanted into a human without triggering immediate rejection by the recipient's immune system, a potentially major advance that could eventually help alleviate a dire shortage of human organs for transplant.

The procedure done at NYU Langone Health in New York City involved use of a pig whose genes had been altered so that its tissues no longer contained a molecule known to trigger almost immediate rejection.

The recipient was a brain-dead patient with signs of kidney dysfunction whose family consented to the experiment before she was due to be taken off of life support, researchers told Reuters.

For three days, the new kidney was attached to her blood vessels and maintained outside her body, giving researchers access to it.
Test results of the transplanted kidney's function "looked pretty normal," said transplant surgeon Dr. Robert Montgomery, who led the study.

The kidney made "the amount of urine that you would expect" from a transplanted human kidney, he said, and there was no evidence of the vigorous, early rejection seen when unmodified pig kidneys are transplanted into non-human primates.

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The surgical team examines the pig kidney for any signs of hyperacute rejection, as the organ was implanted outside the body to allow for observation and tissue sampling during the 54-hour study period, at NYU Langone in New York, U.S., in this undated handout photo. Joe Carrotta for NYU Langone Health/Handout via REUTERS .

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The recipient's abnormal creatinine level - an indicator of poor kidney function - returned to normal after the transplant, Montgomery said.

In the United States, nearly 107,000 people are presently waiting for organ transplants, including more than 90,000 awaiting a kidney, according to the United Network for Organ Sharing. Wait times for a kidney average three-to-five years.

Researchers have been working for decades on the possibility of using animal organs for transplants, but have been stymied over how to prevent immediate rejection by the human body.

Montgomery's team theorized that knocking out the pig gene for a carbohydrate that triggers rejection - a sugar molecule, or glycan, called alpha-gal - would prevent the problem.

The genetically altered pig, dubbed GalSafe, was developed by United Therapeutics Corp's (UTHR.O) Revivicor unit. It was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in December 2020, for use as food for people with a meat allergy and as a potential source of human therapeutics.

Medical products developed from the pigs would still require specific FDA approval before being used in humans, the agency said.

Other researchers are considering whether GalSafe pigs can be sources of everything from heart valves to skin grafts for human patients.

The NYU kidney transplant experiment should pave the way for trials in patients with end-stage kidney failure, possibly in the next year or two, said Montgomery, himself a heart transplant recipient. Those trials might test the approach as a short-term solution for critically ill patients until a human kidney becomes available, or as a permanent graft.

The current experiment involved a single transplant, and the kidney was left in place for only three days, so any future trials are likely to uncover new barriers that will need to be overcome, Montgomery said. Participants would probably be patients with low odds of receiving a human kidney and a poor prognosis on dialysis.

"For a lot of those people, the mortality rate is as high as it is for some cancers, and we don't think twice about using new drugs and doing new trials (in cancer patients) when it might give them a couple of months more of life," Montgomery said.

The researchers worked with medical ethicists, legal and religious experts to vet the concept before asking a family for temporary access to a brain-dead patient, Montgomery said.

Reporting by Nancy Lapid; Editing by M

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Domestication and domesticated breeds of animals and plants that were wild before , has NEVER been adequately explained by mainstream science or genetics...it's a gaping black hole of ignorance !

Most of these "domestication events" suddenly happened around 10,000 B.C. - wild wolves became tame dogs , the fierce and mighty aurochs with big horns almost OVERNIGHT became the timid cow , the aggressive and hard to hunt dark brown wild boar , that even lions and tigers struggle to kill (getting gored in the process) SUDDENLY became the docile and PINK domesticated pig , also mysteriously losing it's body fur in the process ?? The wild boar's hide is so thick and tough that it's said - even a rifle bullet fired sideways can bounce off it's tough exterior .

What evolutionary logic of nature then explains such an ACCELERATED loss of body fur in the domesticated pig (also softening of it's skin) , as also their tusks - when wolves didn't lose their fur or their sharp canines when they "magically" became dogs ????

Folks , a lot of B.S. (sorry for putting it that way) goes around this subject in mainstream science . Their knowledge of Earth's vast and diverse biosphere is limited only to the Earth's outer surface . What about the cavern worlds in Earth's crust and what about the Hollow interior of Earth itself ? Can't there be a gene flow from the Earth's interior to it's outer surface , carried out by intelligent beings or civilisations inhabiting the Earth's interior that might be FAR AHEAD of the civilisation on the outer surface...hmmm ! Some really serious food for thought :))

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Folks , this topic inevitably lends itself and leads to debate over the equally abrupt emergence of modern humans on Earth's outer surface...this evolutionary HIGH JUMP from primitive chimps is no less mysterious than the evolutionary LONG JUMP of wild animals and cereal crops/plants or certain common fruits (that in the natural course could have taken many millions of years)...the science establishment may choose to simply gloss over these troubling/controversial questions , but they won't go away , just because they are inconvenient to answer...the rubbish we learnt from textbooks about such "sudden & MAGICAL transformation/evolution in entire species of plants and animals" , that too all around the same timeline (what an extreme coincidence) , are mere lullabies for kids...hmmm :))

Modern science needs to grow up and deal with the truth like adults !

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Thanks @Soretna , in the last 10,000 years or so , humans haven't figured out a 6th major cereal crop - the main 5 are used till today , all of which were derived from the humble grass family (via sophisticated genetic modification of the grass genome by some "entity"). The common potato and banana/plantain continue to be the staple diet in many parts of the globe...despite so many advances , why hasn't any new major cereal crop/vegetable/fruit been discovered ? These are important points to ponder on this greatest of mysteries :))

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Sidhartha,

You know, I believe that it was Brandon who wrote about hybridization going on in, or below, some of the DUMBs.

If I remember correctly, creatures such as the Grays were involved.

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@deandddd , maybe , maybe not - one fact common to many of the domesticated species of plants and livestock animals though is "lateral" gene transfer and "lucky" genetic mutations which were done by "somebody" in ancient times (too much of a coincidence ??) - basically the type of gene transfer that is abrupt and "unusual" i.e. DNA structures which did not NOT evolve naturally .

Modern science can continue living in denial about this glaring point , but it won't change the fundamental truth that lies within the genome of these crops/cereals/fruits , domesticated animals and EVEN humans !

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