DNA, Growth and Puberty:
Puberty happens because cell division is triggered based on DNA ratios, and compressed circuits. It isn’t programmed into the body but happens when poles reach critical distances from eachother; where the distances cross-compete as a matter of the confinement. Growth occurs because we have an input (stomach) in which to add to the system. The divisions use this input to increase size for the wave. The body will pull from the stomach as a determination of wave structures in the whole.
Body uses 1/4 (1/2) ratios for most things when growing, many result from 2/3 to 3/3 fillings. It’s what allows gaps and cranial holes. We should find that siamese twins have a tendency for 3rd ratios. Non-conjoined twins are twins where the DNA was able to evenly divide. For what it’s worth, the scientist who recently adjusted DNA to create a birth probably didn’t do much more than create twins, one with the set of markers he attempted to remove, and one without. DNA is just a sine wave in the shape of a circle which was folded over. The real danger in editing before understanding is not knowing how many ratios you cut out when you remove one marker, as those markers are a result of specific folds, and throws it all off. It would almost always result in new divisions to balance (twins) until we actually know what to do.
A huge indication of this is if you draw on paper the 4 poles that hold the skull together.
Back of head (N), Mid-back (S)
Mid-front (N) , Front (S)
The back will hold together with the mid-back, which is held together by the conjoint of both mids. This is what is called syncopation; where one ratio relies on another to exist. The front is held the same way, which totals (3) connections, out of an overall (4) whole objects, and you can then consider the whole as (4) full units; mid-mid, back–mid, front–mid, and front to back as a result of the whole.
You can conjoin these using a sine, and you get a DNA strand.
When there are issues with DNA it is an issue with the poles/wave-cycle which completes and fills the folds. It’s how we build. Veins create to form cartilage, which form bones, and more veins fold onto the bones to build more cartilage, or start to build organs, then skin folds onto all of this, as each membrane is created. It’s still all one big circle in the end.
Unfold DNA entirely and you get base structures, but the folds are also what create a whole item. One part may connect to another which is 1/1000 steps away from it.
There isn’t anything in this universe which can’t be turned into a perfect circle.
Dated January 14th, 2019