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DNA Activation
image If you've studied any biology at all, then you probably believe that DNA is a two-stranded molecule shaped like a double helix. How foolish you are! Toby Alexander has revealed that DNA is actually a 12-stranded molecule. There are two visible strands, and then 10 'etheric' strands. Toby laments that scientists have never learned about the 10 other strands because scientists "have to rely on physical observations and can only validate things that they can see with their eyes and microscopes." Ah, yes. Those silly old scientists relying only on their eyes and microscopes. But Toby, armed with a B.S. in Computer Science (and a natural flair for B.S. in general), has cast aside these limitations and pioneered a whole new field of scientific discovery. He's found a way to activate this etheric DNA, thereby allowing paying clients to get exciting results such as thicker hair growth and the disappearance of varicose veins. Toby has a lot more to say about DNA, the history of the human race, and how to telepathically control the stock market, but most of it, unfortunately, is way above my head. (via Archana in the Hoax Forum)
Science
Posted by The Curator on Mon Jun 28, 2004


The best part of it all is that it's done with Remote Viewing!! That way, you can sit on your couch at home and simply trust that he'll be doing something other than spending your money at your appointment time! How convenient! Tell ya what, I'll do the procedure for half his price. Just send me the money, you'll feel better I promise.... smirk
Posted by Silentz  on  Tue Jun 29, 2004  at  12:23 PM
Oh, my... what a load of...

Thanks for the laugh!
Posted by Jennifer  on  Wed Jun 30, 2004  at  02:47 AM
You're right mate, sounds like it's way above your head which you dont realise right now and you will, that's very sad and I feels sorry for you.
Posted by Matt  in  New Zealand  on  Tue Apr 05, 2005  at  05:31 PM
yeah brough
Posted by malcolm  on  Wed Apr 13, 2005  at  11:04 PM
That is the bestest thing in the WHOLE wide world, you and me and the 3 kindgs, are the best times the power of 3.."Naaa you are not I am the master and I am better than you to the power of 96" YEAH BROUGH, I must admit I agree with that comment "why you ask" because I said so, is the answer now good night sleep tight and dont forget to water the bed!! Peace out BROUGH!!
Posted by Bob the Builder  in  Auckland  on  Wed Apr 13, 2005  at  11:08 PM
You havent got in touch with me lately cos of 1 of 3 reasons:

1. youve joined up with the United Peace Corps
2. You've turned into the Greatest American Hero and are still learning how to fly back to me
3. You are on the new series of Survivor
Posted by Eminem  on  Wed Apr 13, 2005  at  11:09 PM
PEOW PEOW
Posted by BOYZ OF MORNINGSIDE  on  Wed Apr 13, 2005  at  11:10 PM
the question of the name of the horse's diamond orange which sits in the sugar on the ducks back who lives in the whale whos deep in the glass of lemonade is the equation of 1 + 6 to the power of y and t and to the swan on the mouse
Posted by MUNCH BUNCH MAN  on  Wed Apr 13, 2005  at  11:14 PM
I think the people who think this is b***s*** are the b***s***ers, as I have seen it, and I am there, as for that "PEOW PEOW" COMMENT...WHAT THE hell......that is really insesitive, and babyish, "GROW UP" SPEAKING OF THAT hjas you seen growing pains? Is really cool, I enjoy it, is a good programme, and same with Fukll house, that stuff cracks me up, especuially the funny bits like "cut it out" hahahaha HOW LAME is that programme, but words to yopur homie brough!!!@ Peace out berough, coudl I have another drink brough, yop brough, "is this game played in South africa" asks one demented loser......
Posted by Henry Ford  on  Wed Apr 13, 2005  at  11:18 PM
Let's see, Matt. You've now posted as malcolm, Bob the Builder, Eminem, Boyz of Morningside, Munch Bunch Man, and Henry Ford. Do I sense a minor identity problem?

By the way, how's the weather there in New Zealand?
Posted by The Curator  in  San Diego  on  Wed Apr 13, 2005  at  11:51 PM
Alex, you're awesome. lol!
Posted by Winona  in  USA  on  Thu Apr 14, 2005  at  12:05 AM
Hey Alex and Winona

Haha, me and my mate at work were just having abit of fun, got carried away as, just being stupid. I'm actually keen as on getting this dna activation and I'm going to order the first session next week. Weather's awesome over here Alex, thanks. Hope its the same for you.
Take care guys
Posted by matt  on  Thu Apr 14, 2005  at  12:56 AM
Damned Kiwis!

I was reading this and thinking what on earth was going on. All is clear now. LOL
Posted by Smerk  in  to mischief  on  Thu Apr 14, 2005  at  01:09 AM
Hey I was reading this and wondering what the Hel is "SMIRK" on about??? I am from Kiwiland, and wondered what the HEY is this?? Please tell me what you are on about "SMIRK" ya blimming WOG.P.S Winona dont ya have some SHOPLIFTING to be done??? grin
Posted by Antidisastablimissionterrisim  on  Thu Apr 14, 2005  at  08:00 PM
Auzzys smell, auzzys are rude, auzzy auzzy auzzy..."suck suck suck"
Posted by Auzzy farter  on  Thu Apr 14, 2005  at  08:09 PM
...and he's original too, wow.
Posted by Winona  in  USA  on  Thu Apr 14, 2005  at  08:12 PM
I'm offended that Anti-wassisname has called me a wog. I can proudly say that I have absolutely no european heritage at all. I'm first gen aussie, my parents are pommy. And get it right, it smerk with an E. Bloody Kiwis.
Posted by Smerk  in  to mischief  on  Thu Apr 14, 2005  at  08:27 PM
What do you expect out of a people that would try to steal Anna Paquin from Canada? smile
Posted by Mark-N-Isa  in  Midwest USA  on  Thu Apr 14, 2005  at  08:49 PM
True. rolleyes
Posted by Smerk  in  to mischief  on  Thu Apr 14, 2005  at  08:56 PM
smerk, you crack me up. smile
Posted by Winona  in  USA  on  Thu Apr 14, 2005  at  09:03 PM
Y'know, I always seem to be at my most funniest when I'm not trying to be?

Oh well, anything to make everyone else's day a little more cheery! smile
Posted by Smerk  in  to mischief  on  Thu Apr 14, 2005  at  09:24 PM
Isn't that always the way?
Posted by Winona  in  USA  on  Thu Apr 14, 2005  at  09:32 PM
Interesting article, I want to read more about the control over the stock market, that seems to be what is happening now!
Posted by stock market  in  MA  on  Sat Oct 11, 2008  at  10:57 PM
Anyone speak english around here raspberry
Posted by Epona  in  Canada  on  Thu Feb 26, 2009  at  04:16 PM
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