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Pigs share 98% of human genes
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RE: Pigs share 98% of human genes
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Do humans taste 98% as good as pigs do?
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-12-2017 08:11 AM)
I'm not sharing MY jeans with a pig!

It would rip out the hip seams and punch a corky hole on my hiney area!

: )



like you weren't gonna pay to have them done like that anyway.chuckle
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titanic1  Wrote: (01-12-2017 07:45 AM)
Dr. Who  Wrote: (01-12-2017 07:39 AM)
My father had the first pig knee to replace his shattered elbow. This in the early thirties. They didn't know what would happen.

Did it work out ok for him? They must've thought that it wouldn't be rejected by his body.

Yes it did work out ok no rejection. He worked on the labor crew for Pacific Gas and Electric Co. Truck driver with explosive, as they dug the holes that the machines couldn't go for the power poles. Until the machines got better.
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Dr. Who  Wrote: (01-12-2017 07:39 AM)
My father had the first pig knee to replace his shattered elbow. This in the early thirties. They didn't know what would happen.



my brother had the first baboon brain transplant. not workin out as well for him. i told him...take the chimp one...take the chimp one.


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Dr. Who  Wrote: (01-12-2017 08:23 AM)
titanic1  Wrote: (01-12-2017 07:45 AM)
Did it work out ok for him? They must've thought that it wouldn't be rejected by his body.

Yes it did work out ok no rejection. He worked on the labor crew for Pacific Gas and Electric Co. Truck driver with explosive, as they dug the holes that the machines couldn't go for the power poles. Until the machines got better.

In the thirties they didn't know Shiite. chuckle
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-12-2017 08:10 AM)
I saw some old footage of the military testing flame throwers on pigs to see what it would do. They put a metal prod in a pigs rectum and shocked ít,these are very disturbing images I will never forget...The government is f*cking sick.Jhikpghf

What odd ways to try to cook a pig.

Stay with the oven method.
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RE: Pigs share 98% of human genes
eatinmraw  Wrote: (01-12-2017 08:24 AM)
Dr. Who  Wrote: (01-12-2017 07:39 AM)
My father had the first pig knee to replace his shattered elbow. This in the early thirties. They didn't know what would happen.



my brother had the first baboon brain transplant. not workin out as well for him. i told him...take the chimp one...take the chimp one.


Lmonkey

You share more than 98% of your DNA with your brother.. so ... you know ... Lmao
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RE: Pigs share 98% of human genes
Dr. Who  Wrote: (01-12-2017 08:27 AM)
Dr. Who  Wrote: (01-12-2017 08:23 AM)
Yes it did work out ok no rejection. He worked on the labor crew for Pacific Gas and Electric Co. Truck driver with explosive, as they dug the holes that the machines couldn't go for the power poles. Until the machines got better.

In the thirties they didn't know Shiite. chuckle



funny they said that about doctors 80 years before them and what doctors will say about us 80 yrs from now.


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LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-12-2017 08:32 AM)
eatinmraw  Wrote: (01-12-2017 08:24 AM)
my brother had the first baboon brain transplant. not workin out as well for him. i told him...take the chimp one...take the chimp one.


Lmonkey

You share more than 98% of your DNA with your brother.. so ... you know ... Lmao




i beg your pardon...sir. i most certainly will not share dna with my brother.



shockedd sueyou







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RE: Pigs share 98% of human genes
And any monkey is much less in 84% or so.

That means Darwin's evolution of man is wrong.

Channelings pointed to this a lot of years ago, that pig is much near to human than any monkey. It is because the DNA modification done by ETs on us.

Also is the reason we must not eat meat, because all of them are very near to us and when a species eat a similar species, there is problems always.
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Still Ticking...

Mar 5, 2009 - Jump to video Barbara Bush recovers from surgery ... a replacement valve from a pig at Houston's Methodist DeBakey Heart & Vascular Center.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-12-2017 09:17 AM)
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Also is the reason we must not eat meat, because all of them are very near to us and when a species eat a similar species, there is problems always.

You got my mouth watering. I'm going to eat the first alien lifeforms to land on Earth. They've got to be good for us .. by your logic. chuckle

And I suppose this makes Earth a prime target too for a bunch of hungry and diet conscious ETs. chuckle
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Bump
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You trying to say man evolved from pig?
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Some say we are a hybrid of a pig and a chimpanzee

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The human species began as the hybrid offspring of a male pig and a female chimpanzee, an American geneticist has suggested.
The startling claim has been made by Eugene McCarthy, who is also one of the world's leading authorities on hybridisation in animals.
He points out that while humans have many features in common with chimps, we also have a large number of distinguishing characteristics not found in any other primates.

Dr McCarthy says these divergent characteristics are most likely the result of a hybrid origin at some point far back in human evolutionary history.
What's more, he suggests, there is one animal that has all of the traits which distinguish humans from our primate cousins in the animal kingdom.
'What is this other animal that has all these traits?' he asks rhetorically. 'The answer is Sus scrofa, the ordinary pig.'
Dr McCarthy elaborates his astonishing hypothesis in an article on Macroevolution.net, a website he curates. He is at pains to point out that that it is merely a hypothesis, but he presents compelling evidence to support it.

Scientists currently suppose that chimpanzees are humans' closest living evolutionary relatives, a theory amply backed by genetic evidence.
However, as Dr McCarthy points out, despite this genetic similarity, there are a massive number of divergent anatomical characteristics distinguishing the two species.
These distinguishing characteristics, including hairless skin, a thick layer of subcutaneous fat, light-coloured eyes, protruding noses and heavy eyelashes, to name but a few, are unmistakeably porcine, he suggests.
There are also a number of less obvious but equally inexplicable similarities between humans and pigs in the structure of the skin and organs.
Indeed, pig skin tissues and heart valves can be used in medicine because of their similarity and compatibility with the human body.
Similarities: Dr Eugene McCarthy suggests that humans' hairless skin and subcutaneous fat could be explained by porcine ancestry
Similarities: Dr Eugene McCarthy suggests that humans' hairless skin and subcutaneous fat could be explained by porcine ancestry
Dr McCarthy says that the original pig-chimp hook up was probably followed by several generations of 'backcrossing', where the offspring of that pairing lived among chimps and mated with them - becoming more like chimps and less like pigs with every new generation.


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