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I want to know about proto oncogene because under the breast on the uppermost outer skin surface area some blackheads are found, sometimes if it is pressed then blood is present. So I am asking what are the blackheads turned into proto oncogene? Nowadays a few drops of fluid come out without any touch from nipple (not both), also ooze present in arm pit (not both). Is it good sign/bad sign? 🤔
Of course now that we need these beautiful creatures we are concerned with their extinction.
Sadly we have harmed ourselves .. but more importantly we only seem to value the loss of these beings as it relates to their usefulness to us… and we consider ourselves superior to these sentient beings
Sorry Peto, but there is no paradox.
My imagination is always dreaming up reasons for preventing the extinction of cetaceans. Some of the ideas I’ve dreamed up are things few have ever considered. Some also relate to diseases like cancer and I have written them as fiction. We know almost nothing about these great marine beings. If we allow their extinction, we know not what we have lost. Cancer cures? Possibly so. But they may contain far more than that in directions we have never considered. We should be doing everything in our power to protect them, more than we do to save humans in fact. The world has too many humans and humans have little mystery to us. But every whale is like a locked chest of treasure. We don’t know what is inside. But it may have value beyond our wildest dreams. I am fortunate to have received stories into my imagination describing a little of the possibilities. They are so amazing I wonder of the cetaceans themselves have somehow planted them into my brain while I am out on the sea, sailing or kayaking among them. I think it must be true because my own brain is too ordinary to come up with the things I have written.
Looks to me like helpful cures for Cancer is the wrong way to go. Maybe a gene that interferes with reproduction.