Author: One Million A.D., The Story of Civilization 1,000,000 Years From Now
In this book I chronicle the most plausible events in human evolution over the next 1,000,000 years of our civilization. The ending will astound even the most unastounded reader.
AND, Born Again: The 2nd Greatest Story Ever Told. In this book, we speculate on how the world would react if we found the bones of Jesus Christ, cloned an individual from his DNA and allowed this person total freedom to roam. The bones of Christ were in fact discovered by a team of archaeologists sponsored by James Cameron, the Director of Titanic and Avatar. The bones lie in rest in a museum in Jerusalem, hardly even noticed by society. As this book gains more and more attention, and human cloning becomes more successful, it may not be for long. After all, of all the people in history, who's DNA should be cloned first?
Science, the Future, Politics, Social Change, Evolution, my family.
When life is found on other planets will there be DNA as the basic coding or infrastructure for life on that planet. And, if so, will that life's code be compatible with our own. And, if so, what does that say about the scope of Evolution in the universe and the mind of God? What keys will this give us to the Code of Life?
Anything original thought. Something new.
Predicting the future.
I would like to demonstrate the code of life and how unfinished it is. The 26 pairs that make up our own code are incomplete. 95% of our DNA is garbage or wasted coding. This is what modern geneticists will tell you, but to me, this is exactly like Dark Energy and Dark Matter. Parts of the universe we do not yet understand, but which will open the doors to immense new spiritual breakthroughs. The unused code in our own DNA could be connections to other life forms that remain as yet undiscovered. When we graft our own code with that from other planet's life forms, what will that yield? Possibly the "garbage" in our DNA will reveal its true purpose.
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