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Published: Wednesday, Feb. 27 2013 8:45 p.m. MST

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My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

This is why science should not be allowed to classify or diagnose or use creative math to impose mental conditions and labeling on our young children and adults. Living creatures and humans have no defined and absolute in mind or physical or mental behaviors.

Labeling the humans is an impossible feat. Every thing we are and every disease or thought we have there is an alternate possibility. Every division of a cell is an alternative random action. If science wants to predict humanity, start with food and its impact on gene construction in the DNA chain. Science is trying to work from the top down to figure us out but you have to start from the basement to build something.

I think doctors, science, and eduction have gone out of their minds trying to quantify and direct the human path of behaviors and actions. No two decades of humans are the same and social behavior rules the mentality diversifying and changing predictability of the human development from seed to death.

The genes, DNA, genetic alteration of foods we consume alter everything and is the basis of dysfunctional unpredictable humans.

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