A plant’s diet, surviving in a variable nutrient environment 3/3/20 links Algal ancestor of land plants was preadapted for symbiosis 10/5/15 from our NIH Director’s ridiculous claims about evolution across billions to millions of years to the fact that George M. Church has abandoned all hope for scientific progress that might otherwise have been achieved from follow-up on the Human Genome Project.

See: Korean Genome Project: 1094 Korean personal genomes with clinical information 5/27/20 (with co-author George Church -Department of Genetics, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA 02115, USA.)

Overall, this study shows that Korea1K can be a useful genotypic and phenotypic resource for clinical and ethnogenetic studies.

Forcing George M. Church to continue to tell the truth about how naturally occurring light-activated carbon fixation is linked to biophysically constrained viral latency and ethnicity via what plants, animals, and people “eat” will be less difficult now that epigenetic effects of UV light have been linked from genotypes and phenotypes via ethnogenetic studies and his patent on RNA interference.

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