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Do our experiences effect our offspring - trans-generational response

 
 
Elmud
 
Reply Sun 15 Nov, 2009 09:21 am
Pretty bad famine in Holland during World War 2. Easy enough to study this historical event. Whats interesting though,,is the study done on the children born in that time period many decades later. The study indicates abnormally high cases of various physical and psychological problems collectively. they call it ,,trans generational response. The idea that our experiences effect our offspring,, generations later. I found it to be interesting. Maybe someone in here knows a little more about this than I.
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HexHammer
 
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Reply Tue 4 May, 2010 04:55 am
@Elmud,
Elmud;103624 wrote:
Pretty bad famine in Holland during World War 2. Easy enough to study this historical event. Whats interesting though,,is the study done on the children born in that time period many decades later. The study indicates abnormally high cases of various physical and psychological problems collectively. they call it ,,trans generational response. The idea that our experiences effect our offspring,, generations later. I found it to be interesting. Maybe someone in here knows a little more about this than I.
There are such things as genetic memory, specially observing the kuku hatching whcih will preform a very complex task, by pushing out all other eggs in the nest, I do belive the validity in genetic memory.

Also, mating rituals, physical traits will also be heired through genes.
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north
 
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Reply Thu 30 Dec, 2010 10:55 pm
@Elmud,
Elmud wrote:

Pretty bad famine in Holland during World War 2. Easy enough to study this historical event. Whats interesting though,,is the study done on the children born in that time period many decades later. The study indicates abnormally high cases of various physical and psychological problems collectively. they call it ,,trans generational response. The idea that our experiences effect our offspring,, generations later. I found it to be interesting. Maybe someone in here knows a little more about this than I.


don't know more about this subject , but I'm not surprised , by the results
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