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Alien life on Earth?

Octopus DNA – alien life form living on Earth?

Octopuses are flat-out weird. They have humongous brains, three hearts, eight arms full of tactile nerve endings, tastebuds, and neurons that allow the arms to “think” independently.
The octopus has the weirdest DNA map scientists have ever seen

Researchers have found a new map of the octopus genetic code that is so strange that it could be actually be an “alien”.

… “The octopus appears to be utterly different from all other animals, even other molluscs, with its eight prehensile arms, its large brain and its clever problem-solving abilities,” said US researcher Dr Clifton Ragsdale, from the University of Chicago.

“The late British zoologist Martin Wells said the octopus is an alien. In this sense, then, our paper describes the first sequenced genome from an alien.”

… It was as if the octopus genome had been “put into a blender and mixed”, said co-author Caroline Albertin, also from the University of Chicago.
Don’t freak out, but scientists think octopuses ‘might be aliens’ after DNA study

The platypus theory? Or just the wonder and mystery of a life form evolving from a single cell into the DNA of an octopus?

For starters, the DNA of an octopus contains nearly 10,000 more gene codes than that of a human. Various clusters of these gene codes perform different tasks—and octopus genes are specially equipped to do very versatile things. For instance, six different octopus gene codes combine to produce an octopus’s ability to rapidly camouflage itself. Another gene type, protocadherin, allows the development of neurons and neural transmissions.

Most mammals, including humans, only have 70 or so protocadherins. The octopus has 168. And the octopus has one of the largest gene families devoted to development of any animal we’ve mapped so far—second only to the elephant.

Perhaps the biggest surprise is that the DNA of an octopus is essentially like a road map where the road signs keep hopping around. The octopus has an extremely large number of “jumping” genes, called transposons, that can easily change their position in a protein chain. Researchers also found evidence in the octopus’s RNA suggesting that they can easily alter their own protein sequences. In the researchers’ press release, Caroline Albertin, who co-led the study, stated:

“With a few notable exceptions, the octopus basically has a normal invertebrate genome that’s just been completely rearranged, like it’s been put into a blender and mixed… This leads to genes being placed in new genomic environments with different regulatory elements, and was a completely unexpected finding.”
The octopus has the weirdest DNA map scientists have ever seen

Catastrophe evolution and/or electromagnetic evolution?

Transported from Mars, Venus or another planet during an Electric Universe theory type encounter such as the break up of the Saturn Configuration or a Worlds in Collision event?

octopus dna alien life on earth electric universe theory eu