Ever hear of Panspermia? It’s an idea from Nobel Prize winner Francis Crick. He outlined in his book ‘Life Itself: Its Origin and Nature‘ that given how complicated the DNA molecule is, it is wildly unlikely to have just swirled into existence here on earth. That it’s more likely to have been sent from an intelligent alien civilization than it is to have spontaneously occurred.
It wasn’t until later in his life when he admitted that what gave him the very idea of the DNA molecule’s shape resulted from taking LSD and entering a psychedelic altered state. It turned out that his vision from LSD trip was right — the DNA molecule was indeed a double helix. In this clip, which originally played during Alex Grey’s Entheovideo event in 2008, Graham Hancock gives the background and explains how we can now record vast quantities of data on DNA just as we do on hard drives.
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