DNA Transmission of Memories“This compelling evidence addresses constitutional fearfulness
that is highly relevant to phobias, anxiety and post-traumatic stress
disorders, plus the controversial subject of transmission of the ‘memory’
of ancestral experience down the generations.”- Marcus Pembrey, Ph.D., Pediatric Geneticist,
University College London, U. K.
Emory University School of Medicine researchershttp://www.earthfiles.com/
have reported in in the journal of Nature Neuroscience,
that memories can be passed down to later generations through
DNA genes. Dr. Brian Dias, lead investigator, says “the experiences of a
parent, before even conceiving offspring, markedly influence both structure
and function in the nervous system of subsequent generations.”
Report is upcoming, but I thought this was something we could discuss....as it's always been my contention that ALL experiences we have as individuals are imprinted somewhere in our DNA.
To me, it accounts for children expressing the same traits as one...or both of their parents. And I'm not speaking of physical traits, but personality traits.
Problem is, that Earthfiles may leave us hanging for another week before we get the details. LOL!