Genetically coded, help my unbelief

The subject of homosexuality lesbianism is far from being over in any terms. Still there is much to learn about why where when what and how , lawless came about. 
Lawless this is not entirely unwelcome in society. 
And homosexuality lesbian is not totally unappreciated in some circles.  
There are many angels in this world but not all angels are called to do the same thing when Angel might be the angel of war the next angel might be the angel of death the next angel might be the angel of fire and so on and so forth. But not all angels are considered to be called Satan or Lucifer. 
Certainly there is an angel they govern homosexuality lesbianism. 
For all practical practical purpose of a call this angel the angel of genetic code.
If there is no genetical code supporting the findings of homosexuality lesbianism. Then it is what I called on Orthodox or aberated truth. There are 66 books of the Bible in chronological order if ephesians falls before Romans as in sequence to occurence and it does then the adoption process was predetermined and predisposed to strategically be in such order Ephesians before Romans . 
If so agree say yea yea!!
Know what I'm trying to basically say is that the mother of notorious prostitution was the cause of homosexuality and lesbianism. And all the kings men. 
That where as abstinence was the best policy no one could abstain. 
The hunger and unquenchable desire was accordingly too much for man-to bare. 
But now science knows there is a genetic code to gender and gender does not always represent the sexual organs in genetic code. 
But does recognize female as "XY" male as is being it's "XX". 
And Toby Keith wrote a song called double XL, which was quite unusual considering it had no genetic code except for "x".

in mathematics it all adds up, and more particularly true when you consider homosexuality and lesbianism,  where as they have been quoted as saying "I am a female in a males body", which in some cases held true. It is my belief that any altercations of this genetic code is considered "unknown gender"more or less female because we know that all embryos are not formed male from conception but female XY which evolved into male gender during gestation of the time Of 40 weeks. 
And now bearing in mind the biblical facts how far mankind his trade has strayed from logical natural applications between male and female are as indicated above and below in brackets.
Contributing factors to alter genetic code:

{Being born premature
Genetical gene splicing
Human inbreeding 
Human beast relationships 
Chemical warfare birth defects
Radiation exposure
Medicinal exposure
Occult maladies and aberrations
Sexual deviancy
Carnal sin
Predispositions to drug addiction}

Wow homosexuality may be not totally unacceptable and society, and in some circles well-liked. He was turned to the worship of Baal in the bible. Also if we must also look at Sodum and Gomorrah. 

But genetical comes in the DNA strand printed out on our computer. There we find confirmation of our children and our genetics and gender. 

And here is my recommendation that we should print out to a DNA test and the genetical strand are all now and in the future as in a barcode or otherwise,  like baby footprints on our birth certificates since the footprint on baby certificates has been obsoleted

"Genetical code". And matched with their parents. 

And this should produce a general revenue for future babies being born in United States of America,  and this instrument process should be produced and utilized in ultimate security facilities, 

Now you have heard prophecy of revelations when man kind was put in a position to believing God or of the Antichrist received a mark on your head well these genetic codes have been the question in the back of minds of Christians for very long time. 
And I hypothesis and prophecy of some. 

And the Mark of the beast 666 is the weight of pure gold being handed from one person to another. 

Unshakable kingdom infallible face and God and man, has never caused anybody anything.  What is cost mankind is a lack of trust and the lack of faith in mankind. 
And this un trust has been brought on again by notorious prostitutes. 

God is the word and the word is with God,  let he who happened ear hear what is being said to the churches . Across the world and across every  denomination. 

If you omit the word dog or animal or cow , you have the simplex of psychological problems that stem from the above{}

Continued reading:

Pros and Cons of Inbreeding

Copyright 1996, Sarah Hartwell

Adapted with permission from Cat Resource Archive

Inbreeding is the mating together of closely related dogs, for example mother/son, father/daughter and sibling/sibling matings. For breeders, it is a useful way of fixing traits in a breed—the pedigrees of some exhibition dogs show that many of their forebears are closely related. For example, there is a famous cat by the name of Fan Tee Cee (shown in the 1960s and 1970s) who has appeared in more and more Siamese pedigrees, sometimes several times in a single pedigree, as breeders were anxious to make their lines more typey. Superb specimens are always much sought-after for stud services or offspring (unless they have already been neutered!), having won the approval of show judges.

However, inbreeding holds potential problems. The limited gene pool caused by continued inbreeding means that deleterious genes become widespread and the breed loses vigor. Laboratory animal suppliers depend on this to create uniform strains of animal which are immuno-depressed or breed true for a particular disorder, e.g. epilepsy. Such animals are so inbred as to be genetically identical (clones!), a situation normally only seen in identical twins. Similarly, a controlled amount of inbreeding can be used to fix desirable traits in farm livestock, e.g. milk yield, lean/fat ratios, rate of growth, etc.

Natural Occurrence of Inbreeding

This is not to say that inbreeding does not occur naturally. A wolf pack, which is isolated from other wolf packs, by geographical or other factors, can become very inbred. The effect of any deleterious genes becomes noticeable in later generations as the majority of the offspring inherit these genes. Scientists have discovered that wolves, even if living in different areas, are genetically very similar. Possibly the desolation of their natural habitat has drastically reduced wolf numbers in the past, creating a genetic bottleneck. 

In the wolf, the lack of genetic diversity makes them susceptible to disease since they lack the ability to resist certain viruses. Extreme inbreeding affects their reproductive success with small litter sizes and high mortality rates. Some scientists hope that they can develop a more varied gene pool by introducing wolves from other areas into the inbred wolf packs. 

Another animal suffering from the effects of inbreeding is the giant panda. As with the wolf, this has led to poor fertility among pandas and high infant mortality rates. As panda populations become more isolated from one another (due to humans blocking the routes which pandas once used to move from one area to another), pandas have greater difficulty in finding a mate with a different mix of genes and breed less successfully.

In cats natural isolation and inbreeding have given rise to domestic breeds such as the Manx which developed on an island so that the gene for taillessness became widespread despite the problems associated with it. Apart from the odd cat jumping ship on the Isle of Man, there was little outcrossing and the effect of inbreeding is reflected in smaller-than-average litter sizes (geneticists believe that more Manx kittens than previously thought are reabsorbed due to genetic abnormality), stillbirths and spinal abnormalities which diligent breeders have worked so hard to eliminate.

Some feral colonies become highly inbred due to being isolated from other cats (e.g. on a remote farm) or because other potential mates in the area have been neutered, removing them from the gene pool. Most cat workers dealing with ferals have encountered some of the effects of inbreeding. Within such colonies there may be a higher than average occurrence of certain traits. Some are not serious, e.g. a predominance of calico pattern cats. Other inherited traits which can be found in greater than average numbers in inbred colonies include polydactyly (the most extreme case reported so far being an American cat with nine toes on each foot), dwarfism (although dwarf female cats can have problems when trying to deliver kittens due to the kittens' head size), other structural deformities or a predisposition to certain inheritable conditions.

The ultimate result of continued inbreeding is terminal lack of vigor and probable extinction as the gene pool contracts, fertility decreases, abnormalities increase and mortality rates rise.

Selective Breeding

Artificial isolation (selective breeding) produces a similar effect. When creating a new breed from an attractive mutation, the gene pool is initially necessarily small with frequent matings between related dogs. Some breeds which resulted from spontaneous mutation have been fraught with problems such as the Bulldog. Problems such as hip dysplasia and achalasia in the German Shepherd and patella luxation are more common in certain breeds and breeding lines than in others, suggesting that past inbreeding has distributed the faulty genes. Selecting suitable outcrosses can reintroduce healthy genes, which might otherwise be lost, without adversely affecting type.

Zoos engaged in captive breeding programs are aware of this need to outcross their own stock to animals from other collections. Captive populations are at risk from inbreeding since relatively few mates are available to the animals, hence zoos must borrow animals from each other in order to maintain the genetic diversity of offspring.

Inbreeding holds problems for anyone involved in animal husbandry—from canary fanciers to farmers. Attempts to change the appearance of the Pug in attempts to have a flatter face and a rounder head resulted in more C-sections being required and other congenital problems. Some of these breeds are losing their natural ability to give birth without human assistance.

In the dog world, a number of breeds now exhibit hereditary faults due to the overuse of a particularly "typey" stud which was later found to carry a gene detrimental to health. By the time the problems came to light they had already become widespread as the stud had been extensively used to "improve" the breed. In the past some breeds were crossed with dogs from different breeds in order to improve type, but nowadays the emphasis is on preserving breed purity and avoiding mongrels.  

Those involved with minority breeds (rare breeds) of livestock face a dilemma as they try to balance purity against the risk of genetic conformity. Enthusiasts preserve minority breeds because their genes may prove useful to farmers in the future, but at the same time the low numbers of the breed involved means that it runs the risk of becoming unhealthily inbred. When trying to bring a breed back from the point of extinction, the introduction of "new blood" through crossing with an unrelated breed is usually a last resort because it can change the very character of the breed being preserved. In livestock, successive generations of progeny must be bred back to a purebred ancestor for six to eight generations before the offspring can be considered purebred themselves.

In the dog fancy, breed purity is equally desirable, but can be taken to ridiculous lengths. Some fancies will not recognize "hybrid" breeds such as the white or Parti-Schnauzer because it produces variants. Breeds which cannot produce some degree of variability among their offspring risk finding themselves in the same predicament as wolves and giant pandas. Such fancies have lost sight of the fact that they are registering "pedigree" dogs, not "pure-bred" dogs, especially since they may recognize breeds which require occasional outcrossing to maintain type!

Implications of Inbreeding for the Dog Breeder

Most dog breeders are well aware of potential pitfalls associated with inbreeding although it is tempting for a novice to continue to use one or two closely related lines in order to preserve or improve type. Breeding to an unrelated line of the same breed (where possible) or outcrossing to another breed (where permissible) can ensure vigor. Despite the risk of importing a few undesirable traits which may take a while to breed out, outcrossing can prevent a breed from stagnating by introducing fresh genes into the gene pool. It is important to outcross to a variety of different dogs considered to be genetically "sound" (do any of their previous offspring exhibit undesirable traits?) and preferably not closely related to each other.

How can you tell if a breed or line is becoming too closely inbred? One sign is that of reduced fertility in either males or females. Male dogs are known to have a low fertility rate. Small litter sizes and high puppy mortality on a regular basis indicates that the dogs may be becoming too closely related. The loss of a large proportion of dogs to one disease indicates that the dogs are losing/have lost immune system diversity. If 50% of individuals in a breeding program die of a simple infection, there is cause for concern.

Highly inbred dogs also display abnormalities on a regular basis as "bad" genes become more widespread. These abnormalities can be simple undesirable characteristics such as misaligned jaws (poor bite) or more serious deformities. Sometimes a fault can be traced to a single male or female that should be removed from the breeding program even if it does exhibit exceptional type. If its previous progeny are already breeding it's tempting to think "Pandora's Box is already open and the damage done so I'll turn a blind eye." Ignoring the fault and continuing to breed from the dog will cause the faulty genes to become even more widespread in the breed, causing problems later on if its descendants are bred together.

In cats, one breed that was almost lost because of inbreeding is the American Bobtail. Inexperienced breeders tried to produce a colorpoint bobtailed cat with white boots and white blaze and which bred true for type and color, but only succeeded in producing unhealthy inbred cats with poor temperaments. A later breeder had to outcross the small fine-boned cats she took on, at the same time abandoning the rules governing color and pattern, in order to reproduce the large, robust cats required by the standard and get the breed on a sound genetic footing.

Conclusion

Inbreeding is a double-edged sword. On the one hand a certain amount of inbreeding can fix and improve type to produce excellent quality animals. On the other hand, excessive inbreeding can limit the gene pool so that the breed loses vigor. Breeds in the early stages of development are most vulnerable as numbers are small and the dogs may be closely related to one another. It is up to the responsible breeder to balance inbreeding against crossings with unrelated dogs in order to maintain the overall health of the line or breed concerned.

Because of abbĂ© rant mental defects in humans you may find patients who have endured many treatments not limited to scar tissue from surgeries in the brain. 

Note: inbreeding incest and rapes
By relatives of relatives or aberrant inbred mentally deranged humans or even inquizative want a be or maddened geneticist. 
This could be possibly the worst that could happen!!

Or murder rampant across the face of the earth. 

This is where law enforcement became interested.






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