Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute
Healthy Humans Carry More Mutated Genes Than Once Thought, Still No Powers
You can eat all the salads in the world or run track into infinity, but as perfectly health conscious as some of us are, the human race will always remain an imperfect being. Well, on the genetic level, at least. Recent research has shed light on the fact that the human body plays host to a large amount of mutated genes, more so than what once was originally believed. While carrying defective, mostly harmless, genes isn't a new development, housing so many of them in combination with ones that can incite disease and other harmful maladies certainly is. In other words, no, we won't be firing crimson energy blasts from our eyes at any point soon.Read on...