Beyond the Genome: All Men are Created Equal

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Isidro A. T. Savillo
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Beyond the Genome: All Men are Created Equal

Beyond the Genome: All Men are Created Equal- A comforting message from Isidro T. Savillo's Theoretical Web Page: Beyond the Genome: All Men are created equal. This  biblical(?) statement is beginning to take root with the continuous process in the meticulous analyses of genomic profiles of the human individuals. A certain individual has billions of bad genes and these are continuously growing. Their expressions may be direct, environmentally induced, semi- lethal, or whatever (as long as they are expressed), niched in various biochemical pathways or solitary. So, too the good genes and these are also continuously growing. Another individual has billions and a one bad genes and these are continuously growing so too with his good genes. At the onset of late adulthood, there will be trillions of bad genes and less good genes eventually leading to mortality. At a certain point in time in a specific dimension, there is an equality of the expressions of these bad and good genes but the process of adding and subtracting would make ones list longer than the other and later a vice versa but as this is of similar ruling to all humans, then there is still a basis for equality. With the continuous growth of molecular and cell biology, no bad or good gene be missed for correction or improvement. Appropriate environmental and physiological treatments are beginning to be felt with the advent of personalized medicine. THEN, why discriminate oneself? Why loose confidence? When every human is a bunch of more bad than good genes (that's why it leads to death). An astute geneticist can identify dozens of bad genes by just one look at the individual. A genomic profile will give one a reason to make as many personal insults to anyone including his next generations. Then, why are these people behaving as if they are superior than the others. I find it useless and meaningless. –Prof. Isidro T. Savillo