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                               Chapter 2


    THE ORIGIN AND EVOLUTION OF LIFE

       Life is mainly composed of 30 elements and the series of rhythmic
chemical reactions that make a special chemical molecule called DNA.
With predetermined genetic instructions within this single molecule a new
life starts. This single molecule has all information about the whole body
and it regulates growth, life span and all other factors related to life. This
wonderful molecule came into existence through an extended process of
evolution of the half genetic instructions through which a very potent
unusual biological body evolved in response to the cyclic climatic
conditions of the earth. This body provides all the genetic instructions for
all the species.



       The aforesaid mega explosion launched a large quantity of frozen
material from earth in the form of multi-component iceberg (MCIB) in an
orbit to form our moon 4000 MYA. A part of the icebergs at (–) 270o C did
not reach the orbit of the moon and fell back on the earth as the intense
bombardment around 3800 MYA. Another part of the MCIB, in an orbit
nearer than that of the moon, remained in space for around 200 million
years to enable itself to form life originating material on it through the wide
range of electromagnetic spectrums. After that it returned to earth’s
atmosphere and got into a polar orbit to land on the surface with intense
impact.



      Many types of electromagnetic spectrums are present at the outer
edge of upper atmosphere. The total range of electromagnetic waves is
called electromagnetic spectrum that travels at the speed of light. Each
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group of waves has different wavelength and carries a different amount of
energy. Infrared, microwaves and rhythmic radio waves come from
different pulsar and neutron star. They have a longer wavelength and carry
less energy than visible light. Ultraviolet, X-ray, and gamma rays come
from some other pulsar and star, have a shorter wavelength and carry
more energy.



      The waves with longer wavelength are present in upper atmosphere.
Most of them are reflected back into space by the upper atmosphere. The
waves with shorter wave length carry more energy and are absorbed by
the atmosphere. These shorter waves are present in upper atmosphere.
For example the ultraviolet radiations are present above the ozonosphere
where the ozone layer absorbs most of ultraviolet radiation from the sun.



     The rhythmic waves with longer wavelengths assist the synthesis
processes to produce a series of rhythmic chemical reactions in a
chemical molecule. To produce a series of rhythmic chemical reactions
these waves finally synthesize very important life chemical, the master
DNA.



      Different groups of such electromagnetic spectrums trigger a series
of micro-chemical reactions in the surface matter of MCIB. The roles of
such electromagnetic spectrums in synthesizing life chemical have not yet
been scientifically studied. The properties of different ranges of
electromagnetic spectrums indicate that they must have a key role in
synthesizing the life chemical just above the upper atmosphere and later in
upper atmosphere.



     The effect of such spectrums on life chemical is well known through
the medical use of some groups of electromagnetic spectrums. For
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examples gamma rays are highly penetrating and damaging to living cells
as they pass through. X-rays have enough energy to travel through a
considerable thickness of material including biological body. On an x-ray
photograph the denser parts of the body show up as shadows. The
ultraviolet rays penetrate living cell in large ranges. Small amount of the
ultraviolet rays is good for animal but large amounts can be bad for the
living cells. Some microwaves have the same frequency as water
molecules and can be used to cook moist food and can affect living
tissues. The energy of the microwaves is converted into heat as the water
molecules vibrate.



       Some pulsars emit rhythmic bursts of radio waves and they produce
a series of rhythmic chemical reactions that is the basic need of life
chemistry. These examples provides evidence that a large range of
electromagnetic spectrums assist the processes for origin of life chemical
and have key role in synthesizing life chemical. Such radiation makes a
group of matter active and arranges it in a specific way so that a large
chemical molecule can be formed with the potency to replicate the same
chemical under a series of rhythmic chemical reactions. A specific group
or range of electromagnetic spectrums must trigger the process for making
life chemical through the rhythmic chemical chemistry.



       Astronomers know about more than a thousand pulsars since the
first one was found in 1967. Pulsars are strongly magnetic spinning
neutron stars which send out rhythmic bursts of radio waves, X-rays and
flashes of light as well as radio pulses. The fastest pulsar sends out a
pulse 642 times a second while the slowest pulses every 5.1 seconds. The
pulsars of our Milky Way have affected the life originating processes and
life on the earth. The radio waves with pulses synthesize different modes
of chemical pulses in these tiny packages of life chemicals. Such chemical
pulses create a series of rhythmic chemical reactions in the life chemical.
The heart beat, lungs breathing, pulse beat and so many chemical
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reactions are the examples of rhythmic bio-chemical reactions. The brain
functioning is a rhythmic bio process through which all the rhythmic
functions occur in the body.



      Such rhythmic processes in life provide evidence that rhythmic radio
waves, X-rays and flashes of light with some undetected rhythmic waves
must have had a greater role in synthesizing the rhythmic biological
process. Before reaching the ozonosphere, most bio processes on the
MCIB must have been directed by the strong radiations especially longer
radio waves.



      The combined gravity of the earth and the natal moon with the
present electromagnetic spectrums triggered the life originating process on
the surface on the falling MCIB. The aforesaid penetrations by different
ranges of electromagnetic spectrums or radiation with longer wavelengths
just above the atmosphere and with shorter wavelengths in upper
atmosphere ( exosphere and ionosphere) combined with the ionic particle
bombardment in ionosphere on the returning-orbiting MCIB, the earth’s
electromagnetic field, the strong magnetic flux over both the poles and
constant sun facing surface in polar orbit led to a chemical reaction within
the surface material on the iceberg to form a tinny packages of life-
essence. Here these tiny packages of non-living substances of life
underwent the series of rhythmic chemical reactions to gain internal
rhythmic chemistry to form a chemical molecule that replicate same
chemical molecules. We know that most of life processes have a cyclic
and rhythmic chain of chemical reactions.



     Then the MCIB came into ozonosphere (Ozonosphere has a
negative temperature of -100o C today) to add the process of synthesizing
the molecule of life-potent chemical through getting oxygen form the
ozonosphere to oxidize some non living substance to get energy for
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enhancing life originating processes. In the polar orbit the alternative
magnetism of poles and groups of certain waves assists the matter to turn
itself into life-potent chemicals by producing the 5th state of matter. In this
state a group of life chemical act likes a single large chemical molecule.
The magnetism of Poles puts repulsive and attractive forces on the MCIB
in polar orbit and that produces vibrations in the molecules of life-potent
chemical. When the MCIB comes over the North Pole the magnetic force
triggers a chemical reaction and when it comes above the South Pole, the
opposite magnetism produces supplementary chemistry for life producing
chemical reactions. In this state a group of atoms of life-potent chemical
are fused together to synthesize a highly biologically potent chemical that
produces rhythmic series of chemical reactions to produce rhythmic
chemical vibrations. We call it Master DNA. Thus the influence of constant
electromagnetic spectrums with sun radiation and alternative magnetic
forces of both poles of earth produce bio-mobility in chemical molecules
through a series of rhythmic vibrations through the rhythmic chemical
reactions. This assists evolution of main characteristics of life as we know
it.



        Under unique combination of aforesaid conditions the master DNA
worked like a molecule that replicates its biomaterial following the genetic
instructions keeping copies of original genetic instructions as superfluous
master DNA. The master DNA molecules make a giant and most complex
cell like structure gradually that increases its size and its genetic material
forming organelles-like bio-structure so that it can further divide or
replicate its genetic material in response to climatic stimulations. We call
this wonderful tiny bio package the Mega-cell or Mahakaushika.



      Each molecule of master DNA forms a thread like structure that turns
the master DNA into a coil, wrapping around other chemicals when it
divides rhythmically. The master DNA has to guide Mega-cell how to make
numerous proteins that the Mega-cell requires for its own survival from
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time to time in response to the climatic stimulations. For this the master
DNA evolves a chemical that makes single set of genetic instructions or
half-genetic-instruction for a protein. Such genetic instructions take the
shape of paired half cell or PHC like structures that constitute a biological
body around Mega-cell for efficient protein making. We call this
Mahakaushik Body or Mahakaushik-B.



       The Mega-cell develops further genetic instructions by adding new
characteristics in existing genetic instructions making the master DNA
more complex. The superfluous master DNA assists Mega-cell in
synthesizing new and unique genetic instructions for a required protein for
a new stimulation. From this superfluous master DNA the Mega-cell
produces PHC as a unique biological structure. These new genetic
instructions create chromosome-like structure when they double during the
division for making PHC. The Mega-cell undergoes a process where new
genetic instructions are mixed with previously existing genetic instructions
and then rearranges itself intelligently for a unique PHC.



       The Mega-cell replicates twice a selected length of its master DNA
through special cell division process that produces PHCs with a single set
of genetic instructions divided in two mini chromosome-like structures that
are linked by a common sex-chromosome. The climatic conditions
stimulate the master DNA by oxidation of some substance to produce bio
energy. This energy is used to add some new molecules to master DNA.
The master DNA then unzips a selected part of its whole length for making
its copy.



      Every such Mega-cell division produces new arrangement of master
DNA molecules. The process continues and new proteins for facing new
climatic conditions are produced. Each succeeding PHC has different,
higher and unique genetic arrangement as compared to existing PHCs in
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the Mahakaushik-B. The Mahakaushik-B has a single Mega-cell at the
center of the body and a biological body of PHCs with all types of animal
proteins around it. Such biological structure makes the Mahakaushik
eternal, as PHC cannot be destroyed by any adverse conditions. Each
PHC has different genetic messages; as such they do not fuse with other
PHC. Such fusion is possible only when repeating climatic conditions
makes the Mega-cell to produce a compatible second or advanced PHC
that is able to fuse. The PHC has no ageing process; therefore it works as
long as food and oxygen is available in a biological body or till they fuse
with another PHC.



      When climatic conditions repeat themselves the Mega-cell within
Mahakaushik-B produces enormous number of matching PHCs to face
similar cyclic climatic conditions. Out of them two PHCs of same class fuse
together in the Mahakaushik-B. Same class means those that are
compatible to fuse to form a paired embryonic cell. The second or
advanced PHC of the same class always has higher or advanced genetic
instructions. It fuses together with first or early PHC to form a paired
embryonic cell for lower species. The paired embryonic cell has double set
of genetic instructions in each cell of this pair. The paired embryonic cell
replicates through modern cell division process, mitosis, for body growth
according to the inherited genetic instructions. Mahakaushik-B delivers
these paired embryos after a certain body development in order to
independently develop in nature as paired adults. One of the paired adults
produces egg cell as female sex cells and the other produces sperm cell
as male sex cells. In due course the paired adults sexually reproduce a
species.



      When all the first similar PHCs within Mahakaushik-B have fused
together with second similar PHC the Mahakaushik-B dies. What remains
are only some drops of chemicals that decompose in environment leaving
no direct fossils? The PHCs in Mahakaushik-B are eternal by nature, as
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they do not divide. They work rhythmically for millions of years till they fuse
with another PHC. They do all functions in order to produce required
proteins and other required bio-material so that the Mahakaushik-B can
run efficiently for millions of years. An example is modern sex cell that
shows this eternal nature as it can be preserved for a long time in liquid
nitrogen and is free of the ageing process. Sex cell can be killed by
unnatural actions or it disappears by fusing with another sex cell forming a
complete fertile cell.



       The Mahakaushik-B is eternal from biological point of view. Such
form of life can live for millions of years experiencing numerous climatic
cycles. This is why life survives on the earth in all conditions. The modern
cell comes into existence through paired embryonic cells that are ready to
grow in a biological body according to its inbuilt genetic instructions. The
modern cell first of all originates as a PHC. Then two PHCs fuse together
to form the first modern cell in pair as a paired embryonic cell that
develops in paired adults, one female and other male. Only these paired
adults can sexually reproduce a species.



      These PHCs are vital for Mahakaushik-B as they have certain bio-
functions with different rhythms in the body like producing proteins, turning
simple sugar, fat and protein molecules into bio-energy and forming
common blood, hormones, enzymes and other essential liquids. Thus they
are the main building blocks of Mahakaushik-B. Mahakaushik-B has all
types of animal proteins created under various unique genetic instructions.
Although each PHC has a different genetic message, they form tissues or
body parts by chemical bonding between them or by association with
unique PHCs. They form all required body tissues for all type of organs for
rhythmic biological functions that are required by Mahakaushik-B for
performance of physical functions efficiently. A climatic stimulation
produces different groups of large numbers of unique PHCs that form a
tissue, organ, enzymes or organ for efficient body working making
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associations under the influence of specific rhythmic waves that produce
rhythmic biological actions. Such group of PHCs makes family, class and
clan type animal divisions when they fuse together to develop into paired
adults. The PHCs of a group show common living characteristics. This
also proves that the genetic instructions of all the forms of life are created
from a common genetic pool.



       Mahakaushik-B is a great example of the association of PHCs that
produces such biologically complex genetic instructions, which in turn
produce all the species on the earth. Different types of PHCs form different
type of biological structures in Mahakaushik-B. In fact, the Mahakaushik-B
on its own does not produce any PHC for creation of species. The PHC is
created only as chemical response of Mega-cell to the climatic
stimulations. The creation of species is also not the aim of the PHC. That
is simply a biochemical byproduct that produces life on the earth
accidentally due to the setting of a chain of rhythmic chemical reactions in
response to the climatic stimulation. The PHC produces required
biomaterial as proteins, blood, bone, hormones, salt, proteins, enzymes,
organs and finally systems for running an evolving body and a brain as a
coordinating and controlling biological unit in order to provide food and
oxygen to each PHC.

      The early-PHC in Mahakaushik-B does not have sex chromosomes.
As the master DNAs are very simple during early Mega-cell divisions, such
PHCs have genetic composition without sex chromosomes. Such early
PHCs produce genetic messages for lower species, like bacteria, without
two sexes. The Mega-cell evolves sex chromosomes for certain protein
needed for the biomaterial that produces PHCs with combined sex
chromosomes through Mega-cell division.



       The Master DNA is a super chemical as it could evolve any form of
life by Mega-cell division based on stimulations from surroundings. Hence
evolution of life is a process that triggers the evolution of half genetic
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instructions in pair followed by their fusing to form complete genetic
instructions for a species.



THE REGULATION OF GENES FOR TWO SEXES



       The Mega-cell on the surface of falling MCIB at polar orbit that
emerges on the oceanic lowland evolves into a biologically wonderful
animal Mahakaushik body. In response to the environmental
stimulations, the Mega-cell replicates its genetic instructions into PHCs
that remain part of the parent Mega-cell and form a biological body around
it. When the Mega-cell undergoes division it produces twice a single set of
genetic instructions with alternative sex chromosomes X or Y with each
one. The sex chromosomes divide it to make two separate half or single
set of genetic instructions in pair. Each single set of half genetic
instructions has either X or Y as sex chromosome. When they come
outside the Mega-cell, the sex chromosomes of the two sets of half or
single genetic instructions fuse together and form a combined sex
chromosome as XY. This combined sex chromosome XY joins the two
sets of half genetic instructions to make a PHC. Without the combined sex
chromosome the half genetic instructions could not produce any required
protein.

      When two similar PHCs fuse together they produce double set of
common sex chromosome as XXYY. That means in this fusing the whole
genetic material doubles. In other words when two paired half cells fuse
together, they form paired embryonic cells in which XY and XY fuse
together and spilt into two sets of sex chromosomes as XX and YY. This
forms a paired embryo with one male having YY and the other female
having XX chromosomes.



     After certain developments the paired embryos evolve into two
separate bodies with opposite sex chromosomes forming one female with
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XX chromosomes and one male YY chromosomes in their sex cells. When
both sex cells fuse in the female womb they produce an embryo with either
XX or XY chromosomes. As the womb holder paired adult female body
carries XX in its cells, each embryo always have one X and that female
body provides home to nurture it. If any embryo has YY the female body
with XX will not allow YY to develop in its womb. This is why those two
sexes are formed through a specific biological process. As XX
chromosomes carry female characteristics so it need not alter its
combination with other genetic instruction. But YY chromosome needs to
alter its combination with XX genetic instructions during sexual
reproduction. This is because in sexual reproduction only the female body
has a womb.



      The paired adults can sexually reproduce either XX for modern
female or XY for modern male only. The sexually produced female
receives both chromosomes XX from its mother. While sexually
reproduced male receive one X from mother and one Y from father making
it male with XY. In the PHCs each part has half genetic instructions for
protein synthesis. They make complete genetic instructions by combining
with the other half of genetic instructions by sharing common sex
chromosomes. This is essential for making a double set of genetic
instruction for its working as complete cell to be able to synthesize the
required modern proteins and other bio-material. An example of this is –
only a double set of DNA molecule in modern cell is capable of
accomplishing the biological process of producing required proteins and
energy through oxidation of organic material.



THE REGULATION OF GENES FOR MODERN ANIMAL BODY



    The Mega-cell produces a paired cell uniquely so that two such
PHCs that could disrupt certain bio-function in Mahakaushik-B do not get
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fused together. The Mega-cell never replicates or produces identical
PHCs. Condition of earth continuously changing through climatic cycles.
When any condition of earth repeats itself in millions of years the Mega-
cell produces second similar paired cell for facing similar climatic
conditions. The second similar PHC has more genetic material as
compared to the earlier PHC. The second or advanced similar PHC is
produced by very advanced Mahakaushik-B through superfluous master
DNA. The superfluous master DNA can form very complex second similar
PHC. This PHC has advanced body information with chromosomal
intelligence and complex genetic information cap able of forming a
biological body by combining with suitable earlier PHC. When they fused
together to transform into one paired-embryonic cell, the bio-functions of
these two PHCs stopped at once. The normal paired embryos need large
amount of nutrition in order to develop as an independent biological body
within the Mahakaushik-Body. As such the constituent PHCs fulfill that
need and stop producing required biomaterial for Mahakaushik-B. It
develops into a separate body within the Mahakaushik-B as a tumor. At
the same time it also makes Mahakaushik-B ill by stopping its biological
functions. After some development it becomes a danger to the
Mahakaushik-B. At that time the Mahakaushik-B has to deliver it out side
as two unique bio-entities in pair. This pair then starts reproducing a
species sexually.



      For every circumstance the Mahakaushik produces specific genetic
instructions for a particular protein. It developed lesser salt tolerance then
needed for oceanic water salt concentration. That forced it to get out of
water and rise to the continental tops where it would get plant protein,
carbohydrates and fat with fresh water. By doing this the Mahakaushik
developed amphibian like shape so that it came out of water by evolving
transitional locomotive limbs. Then it developed strong four-limb structure
to move upward on the continental land mass.
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      While climbing to the continental top they develop strong hind limbs
and fore limbs with joints so that they can sit, stand, climb, run, creep, and
swim in order to rise on the slope and reach the continental top. The new
food and new climate makes Mahakaushik-B to produce new type of
PHCs for constituting new bio-organs and techniques in face of changing
climatic stimulation. It also evolves new bio-structures and enzymes for
digesting new food. After some time hot or desert conditions makes the
Mahakaushik go again into ocean for survival. This migration from
continental top to ocean and ocean to continental top forces Mahakaushik-
B to evolve organs to suit different ways of locomotion. Such
characteristics of Mahakaushik-B are produced by the PHCs, which also
carry these genetic instructions to the biological bodies they form.



      The regulation and rearrangement of genetic instructions for modern
species are first of all prepared in the form of PHC in the Mahakaushik-B.
An example is the modern animals that are the most varied living things on
the earth. They have adapted to the changing surrounding having a vast
array of different life styles in the survival fights and survival cooperation.
Their bodies are composed of cells, nerves and muscles that enable them
to respond quickly to the changes in surroundings. They can learn by
experience. Together they make up the animal kingdom. The animal body
is made up of cells of chemical molecules like fat, protein, carbohydrates
and DNA. The chemical molecule joins together with replication in order to
form tissue and finally the body. Such wonderful biological arrangement
came into existence in the form of PHC through the Mahakaushik-B.



      There can be three types of animals in earthly environment. The first
types of animal include the unique animal, which evolves from non-living
substances. We call it Mahakaushik body or -B. This animal does not have
any fixed DNA but has superfluous Master DNA. Animals of the second
type are the paired animals produced by Mahakaushiks as father and
mother of a species. This pair has a unique DNA or genetic order derived
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from the superfluous master DNA through the PHCs. We call this second
type of animal a paired animal as it always comes in pairs to match
genetically each other. The third type of animal is the modern animal that
lives under genetic instructions as a member of a species and can
interbreed with all opposite sex members of the same species. These
three types of animals evolved in a systematic way on the earth to flourish
as large number of modern and unique species.



       Before the PHCs the Mega-cell has very simple master DNA that
has very short length of genetic instruction that is not able to form PHC
and sex chromosomes. They form natal Mahakaushik body. They are
eternal; they perform certain bio functions in natal Mahakaushik body; they
become pre-virus particles and virus when Mahakaushik body dies. Such
genetic particles are able to hijack the modern cell chemistry and replicate
their own genetic material instead of the cell’s genetic material during
modern cell division.



      The very early Mega-cell division produces very simple PHCs that
can get energy by sunlight direct to enable Mega-cell to develop into
complexe Mega-cell that able to produce higher PHCs. When the second
or advanced PHC is produced it joins the early PHC to make very simple
single cellular species as primitive prokaryotic cell-like structures. These
are exclusively single celled organisms, which mainly include bacteria that
obtains some energy by sun light direct and some by combining its food
with oxygen excreting carbon dioxide as a waste product. The early
bacteria-like simple species prepare evolutional platform by their biological
weathering activities.



    This evolutional platform provides new type of the stimulations to the
Mega-cell to produce more complex PHCs for higher species. This
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platform also provides the natural habitat to the following unique lower
species and higher species.



THE REGULATION OF GENES FOR RHYTHMIC BIO- VIBRATIONS

      The space radiations mainly from pulsars and magnetism of south
and north poles of earth produces a rhythmic chemical vibration in very
early master DNA when the MCIB orbit the earth at polar orbit at high
speed. The rhythmic vibrations are set chemically along paired half genetic
instructions or PHCs through the master DNA. These rhythmic vibrations
in PHCs accumulate at the center of the evolving or growing Mahakaushik-
B and form and support the heart muscle to generate regulated constant
and rhythmic heartbeats. This rhythmic beating heart muscle supplies
essential bio-fluids to the body. When a sufficient number of PHCs
collectively strong produce rhythmic vibrations at the center of the body,
they keep the heart muscles beating till Mahakaushik lives.



       The rhythmic vibrations are set in paired embryonic cells and that
assists DNA to form body tissue. The paired embryonic cell grows into
paired adults who produce a modern species having modern cells. Each
modern cell vibrates in rhythms through a watery circulation around its
nucleus. These vibrations collectively produce bio-mobility to run life. Each
cell has potency to replicate through cell divisions and pass on the
vibrations with genetic material to daughter cells. The increasing numbers
of cells with their collective vibrations which accumulate in the heart
muscles at the center of the growing body. Thus the heart comes into
existence with auto rhythmic vibrations and beats constantly. The
vibrations replicated with cell divisions become the essence of modern life.
These vibrations make cell contractions and relaxation through a watery
circulation in the cell and lead to all muscle functions for bio-mobility.
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       A certain type of vibration in cells evokes a certain response around
the cell. These vibrations also cause chemical reactions to assemble
genetic instructions or base arrangement sequences. The sequences of
base arrangement produce new sets of rhythmic vibrations. These
vibrations are arranged as links between double helix like threads of DNA
molecules called chromosomes. The rhythmic vibrations in the genetic
instructions assist it in copying its genetic material through cell divisions.
The linker base sequence between double helix of DNA strands is
pregnant with the genetic instructions for modern life. These instructions
are copied with the help of vibration patterns when DNA is unzipped and
the process is called replication during cell divisions. This is why that a
modern animal-embryo gets its heart beat after a certain number of cells
are produced in the growing body and produce collective rhythmic
vibrations in the heart muscles.



The modern Cell



       Under the influence of growth chemicals the primitive stem cell of a
modern embryo passes rapidly through various stages to become a
different type of cell. In the same way, under the influence of climatic
conditions the Mega-cell pass rapidly through various stages to produce
gradually higher PHCs , they produce the modern cell at once in fully
developed and functional form.



       Modern cells may differ widely in their external appearance and in
their activities; however, they share almost same internal components and
same genetic material as double sets of DNA molecules or double sets of
chromosomes. Most of the modern cells in modern animals take part in
generating energy from food by breaking down glucose, fat and protein to
drive the activity of producing required proteins for body building. A cell is
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a running factory involved in many different tasks in an orderly and
predetermined way.



       Every cell has a specialized role. The small structures around the
nucleus called organelles perform vital activities of a cell. All organelles
are encased within a cell membrane that regulates the entrance and exit of
all substances in coordination with the nucleus. The nucleus plays the
central role for all cell activities. The important task of the organelles is the
production of proteins that are needed for the growth and repair of the
body. An organelle called mitochondria produces energy for cell functions.
It contains a small part of DNA. It produces energy by producing ATP, a
functional part of the body made of two or more tissues to work out
specific tasks. A complex system cannot work alone, as each system has
functional interdependence on the other integrated systems. For example
all systems of a body need cardiovascular system for energy. And the
nervous system and endocrine system control the body as they
continuously monitor body activity. Such wonderful bio functions come into
the paired embryonic cell through intelligent regulation of genes.



      In an evolving body many tissues, organs and systems combine to
form new organs and systems. In order to adapt to new environmental
conditions they also alter and modify organs, which earlier enabled the
evolving body making some redundant organs or body parts disappear
altogether or get absorbed into another part or organ. These changes lead
to a new combination of bio-functions that again add some new
chromosomes in the superfluous master DNA. This enabled Mahakaushik-
B to develop and respond to environment by evolving new type of PHCs.
Each phase of paired animal had higher and more complex set of genetic
combination as compared to the previous one.



Evolution of different biological characteristics
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       Modern animals have different rhythmic characteristics that are
governed by DNA. These characteristics evolve at genetic level and are
then passed on to the species. The egg forming process evolves under ice
for survival. In cold conditions the two fused PHCs form paired embryonic
cells that encase themselves within a hard covering before they are finally
delivered from the Mahakaushik-B for further development in nature.



       Such embryonic cells remained under ice for a long time, even
millions of years. As ice debris contains frozen or liquid oxygen and
nitrogen, it enabled them to breathe and go into deep hibernation. The
outer part of the body with skin reduced into scales to form reptilian skin.
As there was no other way for survival under-icy conditions the succeeding
PHCs got such characteristics.



      For survival under the ice the Mahakaushik-body draws energy first
from its fat, then also from outer limbs and finally from the over-sized inner
organs, such as skull and other bones, digestive system and respiratory
system, reducing all these organs in size. Ultimately this involution process
produces, at genetic level, a limbless, long, cylindrical, and segmented
body shape, like modern snake and worms have. The vestigial limbs in
some snakes provide evidence for such evolutional reduction or involution
of limbs and organs through new and unique PHCs for such biological
reductions.



      As it was forced to remain inactive in segmented body of minimum
possible size under such extreme cold conditions, it also evolved cold-
blood anatomy with reduced bio functions. In order to face the changed
climatic conditions, when it appeared on surface, it again evolved new
features for survival within the already existing body with the help of
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superfluous master DNA, following the aforesaid evolutionary process of
the Mahakaushik-B.



       Hot conditions and desert affect the evolution process in different
ways. Whenever hot conditions prevailed in the past, the hot surface
during the day time made Mahakaushik to increase its limb size to keep its
vital body parts well above the surface to protect the body from surface
heat. It evolved bigger body size like the dinosaurs had.



       Under the sand they produced various PHCs for different forms of
life, which could survive under desert conditions, like snakes and other
reptiles. For survival it adapted several ways including hibernation,
burrowing and migration toward colder regions. By adaptation it evolved
special skin that prevented the body losing too much water by evaporation.
Bare ground absorbs warmth very quickly at sunrise. The dry air allows
daytime surface temperature to soar over 70oc. As a result the
Mahakaushik hides during the day. The Mahakaushik evolved protective
outer skin and spines, which, in addition to good camouflage, protects
from the sun rays and hot air. It developed non-drinking dietary habit
because it got all the needed water from its food. It adapted itself to
nocturnal life style to be active at night. Under ground living in burrow
made it evolve long snout like mouth to breathe, feed and move under
ground.



      The PHCs responsible for a specific climatic condition produce
embryonic cells in pairs as a group of biological characteristics for a group
of species. The fossil records support that a group of species suddenly
appeared after a drastic climatic change. The sudden appearance of fully
developed species suggests that someone give birth to the species in
groups.
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The evolution of genetic instructions during 3800 MYA to 500 MYA



      The Mahakaushik was formed by combined forces of our galaxy and
solar system and it developed its chemical replicating potency in response
to the cyclic climatic conditions from 3800 MYA to 1000 MYA in early
oceanic watery solutions and continental land mass. The large oceanic
water body was formed all over the earth around 1000 MYA. It stimulated
the Mahakaushik to evolve complex body made up of PHCs around itself
to face changing environmental conditions.



       According to the fossil records the land and the water were devoid of
any preservable evidences of life until 580 MYA. This is because of the
fact that Mahakaushik had not produced sufficient advanced second
similar PHC till 580 millions years ago. The Mahakaushik mainly produced
all the first similar PHCs before 500 MYA getting an oversized body. After
a certain climatic process due to oceanic water the earth got the present
cyclic climatic conditions around 500 MYA. These cyclic climatic conditions
trigger Mega-cell division for second similar PHCs. The second similar
PHC means that it has such genetic composition that fits together with the
first one to form a biological body. It is not necessary that the size of
genetic material in both paired cells is equal. The second similar PHC
contains more, advanced and detailed genetic instructions because it is
produced when master DNA gets chromosomal intelligence to rearrange
and reorganize the genetic instructions from the superfluous master DNA.



      The Mahakaushik-B fully developed by 500 MYA by producing most
of the first similar PHCs. The Mahakaushik-B had much superfluous
master DNA to produces body forming and running information in the form
of chromosomal intelligence that comes in the second similar PHC through
the super mind of Mahakaushik. As PHCs have eternal nature (due to
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absence of ageing process), it does not die by ageing process. It
disappears only by forming a paired embryo for modern species.



        Fossil records indicate that a group of sea dwelling organisms lived
around 580 to 543 MYA. Their soft body was up to 2 meters long and
looked like jellyfish. They had a variety of body shapes including a flat
disc. About 100 species known are all entirely soft-bodied invertebrates.
They were preserved as sediment mould. These soft-bodied organisms
provide evidence that the Mahakaushik had evolved genetic instructions or
PHCs for soft-bodied animal under oceanic water conditions around 500
millions years ago. However, 1200 millions year old fossil of red algae is
first direct fossil of multi-cellular life in frozen ice that was possibly
produced by the early Mahakaushik plant ( see page no.52 to 55 for
detail).



       Fossilized embryo provides evidence of sexual life around 580 MYA,
supporting that two sexes had evolved in PHCs by 580 MYA. The earliest
known large animal fossils followed by the first shelled animal appeared in
555 million years old marine sediments. Prior to this, mostly bacterial and
worm like forms of life evolved from fusion of early simple PHCs devoid of
two sexes. Therefore it is evident that Mahakaushik had not produced
much of the advanced second similar PHCs for modern species before
500 MYA. This is because cyclic climatic conditions appeared only after
this time.



The evolution of genetic instructions during 500 MYA to present day



     The evidence for life on land begins with rare fossil footprints of fresh
water arthropod and spores of primitive moss like plants around 418-354
MYA. Around this time Mahakaushik appeared on continental masses
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from oceans. It traveled high along the frozen continental walls. This built a
variety of gradually stronger limbs to move upwards through the PHCs.
While surface cold made Mahakaushik to have thick insulation on its main
body and increase its limb size. It also evolved longer necks with longer
mouths to reach moss and algae like plant material for feeding. All
characteristics of such bio-features are held in superfluous master DNA as
original copies of all genetic instructions that are produced by Mega-cell
division.



      Temperature rise around 350 MYA, for forming global forests,
accelerates the evolution of PHCs for larger body-size, like that of a
dinosaur. This is done to increase the size of its limbs in order to keep its
main body away from the hot surface. The hot conditions were followed by
cold conditions and that made it gain fat to face the cold. After this the
Mahakaushik faces frequently repeated climatic conditions that make
Mahakaushik-B to produce a multitude of second similar PHCs. The
second similar PHCs fuse with previously existing first similar PHCs to
form paired embryonic cells. The resulting paired adults sexually produce
a large population that cover entire globe during warmer periods. During
warmer interglacial periods the species reproduce sexually and die
according to their specific genetic life spans.



      The Mahakaushik produced species and they flourished too. But
soon extinction events occurred and wiped off all most all the species.
However, Mahakaushik-B did not succumb to such extinction events.
Widespread animal extinctions have taken place at least at the end of the
Cambrian, Ordovician, Devonian, Permian, Triassic and Cretaceous
periods. Such extinction events provide evidence for climatic cycles that
make Mahakaushik to evolve second similar PHCs to face such recurrent
climatic stimulations. The extinction event also provides evidence that
there must be such super capable biological body that can survive and
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produce higher species after the extinction events because fossil records
support sudden appearance of new higher species after such events.



        Such adverse conditions do not support the so called modern
evolutions of higher species from lower species. It is the Mahakaushik
body only that flourishes time and gain higher PHCs for higher species to
face such adverse conditions. The extinction events themselves provide
evidence that the conditions have not allowed the species to live more.
Then how is it possible that the animal being extinct, can give rise to
higher species. The extinction events tell us that the conditions kill most of
the species and they cannot give rise to any new form of life. Such
adverse conditions have affected life adversely, and then it is not
biologically possible that the same conditions allow some other new form
of life to evolve from the extinct species. The only possible way for
evolution of PHCs for the all species on the earth is the Mahakaushik
body.



      The forestland periods made Mahakaushik to have arboreal life style
like as shrews and lemurs have. The desert and dry land period followed
by wild fire around 65 MYA made many species extinct from the earth. But
the Mahakaushik adopted underground living and finally rushed towards
oceans in order to survive from hot conditions. Around 50 MYA the earth
got smaller frozen debris from space again and it buried the forestland and
most of species were turned into fossil fuel. The Mahakaushik-B also got
buried under this cold debris for millions of years in preserved form and it
again appeared on surface in modified form when frozen debris melted.
Under icy debris it minimized the body.



     The evidences of this period suggest that whole marine life again
had a boom in population of different new species including reef building
animals to top predators. This boom in marine life around 50 MYA
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suggests that the Mahakaushik with well developed limbs rushed to ocean
to avoid high temperature on land to produce different type of aquatic
species. In underwater conditions evolution of aquatic breathing organ like
gills takes place by producing such PHCs because only gill like respiratory
organ makes them enable to live in a water body.



       The genetic instructions for fish and shell-like forms evolve in a water
body under ice. The under-ice water body did not allow Mahakaushik body
to come outside for thousands of years. Such under-ice water bodies
evolved many forms of aquatic life, mostly with gills to filter oxygen from
water for efficient breathing. The genetic information for gill enters in
superfluous master DNA and reorganizes in different types of gills in
different aquatic species in following Mega-cell divisions for PHCs. The
shape and size of organs is designed by chromosomal intelligence in
succeeding PHCs.



      Fossil records support a boom of placental mammals as their fossils
suddenly appear after 65 MYA. The sudden appearance of fossils of
higher forms of life provides evidence that the genetic instructions are
produced through a biological body that makes well developed paired
embryo for a large numbers of species. Out of them few embryos were
able to develop in adult, while large numbers of them died before they had
gained adulthood.

       Larger number of fossilized embryos and smaller number of
fossilized adults provide evidence that a large number of embryos are
produced but only some of them develop into adults. Without the adult the
modern embryos can not be formed biologically. Female and male sex
cells that are produced by an adult pair are required for modern embryos.
Without fossilized adult, the fossilized embryos prove that the paired
embryos for all the species were created in the Mahakaushik body through
fusing two suitable PHCs and released outside. Out of them few develop
into adult to produce a species. Rest died out before they could become
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adult because they could not make efficient adaptation with the
environmental conditions.




Modern approach to origin and evolutions of life



       The theory of evolution of life according to modern scientists
suggests that the earth was initially very hot and without atmosphere. With
passage of time it cooled down and developed an atmosphere from the
emission of gases from rocks. It contained many poisonous gases like
hydrogen sulfide and was without oxygen. There are, however, other
primitive life forms that could flourish under such conditions. It is believed
that they developed in the oceans possibly because of chance
combinations of atoms, which form larger structures called macromolecule
having ability of assembling other atoms in the ocean into similar
structures. They would thus have reproduced themselves and multiplied.



      In some cases there would be errors in the reproduction. Mostly
these errors would be such that the new macromolecule would not be able
to reproduce itself and would eventually vanish. However, some errors
would lead to new macromolecules that are even better at reproducing
themselves. They would therefore have an advantage over the original
macromolecules and would gradually replace them. In this way the
process of evolution started and gradually led to the development of more
and more complicated, self-reproducing organisms.



     The first primitive forms of life consumed various elements including
hydrogen sulfide and released oxygen. This gradually changed the
atmosphere to its present composition. That facilitated the development of
higher forms of life such as fish, reptile, mammals, and finally the human
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race. This theory does not suggest any biological process that produces
genetic instruction for development of a biological body. Without evolution
of genetic instructions there is no meaning of evolution of life itself.



       Darwin presented an imaginary evolution process for animals. He
limited it to the short life span of modern species. The short life span of
living species confused him and he could not reach a final conclusion. He
applies this short life span based evolutional approach to many
generations and that too without any genetic information. Had he included
the evolution of genetic instructions in a biological body during millions of
years in his approach, then he would have been able to find the right
evolutional path at genetic level.



      Darwin further suggests that geographical distribution, isolation and
local environmental factors play a role in the formation of a new species
with unique feature. Darwin gathered evidence for gradual bio-
development of life to suggest natural selection. His ‘survival of the fittest’
theory suggests that nature allows the fittest species to live on the earth.
He further suggests that all species have a common simple ancestor and
they all develop from this single celled simple organism and all species are
related to each other.



     But during the passage of generations changes in a species are
impossible due to genetic control. This is why higher forms of life have the
genetic information of lower species. This is due to the fact that PHCs
have been produced through the superfluous master DNA that has all
genetic information of previously existing species.



     The Jean Baptiste Laymarck transmutation of species theory
suggests that the habits of a creature would inevitably tend to a
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modification of its anatomical structure. For example, in order to reach for
higher leaves a shorter necked giraffe would stretch towards them and
thus, over a period of time, automatically acquire a longer neck. The
feature of longer neck would then be passed on to next generation. But the
theory of transmutation does hold good as the acquired characteristics are
not passed on.



      The evolution of genetic instructions and novel ways for gene
regulation through superfluous master DNA suggest that Darwin was at
the highest level of thinking without genetic insights.



       The Mahakaushik-B created novel conditions for gene regulation and
produced such genetic instructions, which ultimately gave rise to a large
numbers of species on the earth. Some of them were genetically fully
matured. They have been living for long lasting generations since then.
Some of them were genetically immature and they died off within a few
generations. However, from time to time the climatic conditions caused
rise or fall in population through extinction and boom in population of
different species.



The modern sex cell and PHC



        The presence of the sex cells in modern species provides evidence
that life originated in the form of sex cells that are like half-cellular
biological structures. The modern sex cell has half genetic instructions for
a species. When two opposite modern sex cells fuse together they form a
modern embryo in female body or outside the body. The creation of large
numbers of such PHCs requires an astonishing biological body in which a
large numbers of PHCs like structures are formed.
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       An example is a floating colony of many animals called polyps that
live and work together. Some of these polyps make long tentacles that
stings prey and haul it in. Some specialize in digesting food while other
polyps take care of reproduction. Such example provides evidence that the
unique PHCs can form a biological body around Mega-cell as colonies of
different unique PHCs. Although modern sex cells have half genetic
information of a modern cell, it has independent sex chromosomes. It does
not share sex chromosomes with other sex cells as PHC does it. It is the
second similar PHC that fuses with it making complete genetic information
for two sexes for modern species.



       Out of trillions and trillions of PHCs, carrying genetic instructions for
specific protseins, many failed to fuse with second similar PHCs as they
were used as food by the Mahakaushik-B during colder times. Also, some
of them did not have matching second similar PHCs to fuse with. Thus
their fossil could not be formed due to climatic reasons. Such biological
process produces a gap for gradual higher forms of genetic instructions.
This is why fossil records do not have linking fossils to show gradual
development of higher species. This provides evidence and explanation
for absence of linker fossils and sudden appearance of fully developed
species.



Survival potency



       The replicating potency in master DNA produces desire to survive
and live and therefore it evolves self-defensive mechanism at genetic
level. For example a child being born with a tail or eight nipples or with
aquatic breathing organ shows that the genetic information about the lower
species is contained in the human genes. Even in this wrong combination
of genes the child shows survival potency that could produce a biological
body efficiently. However, the genetic information of higher species of life
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is not found in the genes of lower species. Genetics and informatics have
proved that the genes of lower species do not hold the information about
the higher species. Such examples provide evidence that the higher
genetic instructions are made of the superfluous master DNA that contains
all genetic information of the lower species; and that is opposite to the
Darwin theory.



       The genes for lower species are formed before the genes of higher
species and, as such, the lower species cannot get the genes of higher
species. For example the modern DNA molecule is in the shape of double
helix, linked by chemical base of which there are four kinds. The sequence
of these bases makes up the genetic message. The message instructs the
cell to assemble protein. For this DNA is unzipped while the message is
copied. Each fertilized cell has a double set of DNA molecules or
chromosomes. The DNA is an extremely long molecule and it is frequently
damaged. This damaged DNA is automatically repaired. But if damage is
extensive, it creates a permanent new peace of genetic code, called
mutation. This includes genetic instructions that make survival potency or
self-defensive bio-techniques in all the species.



       Mutations normally have little effect if they occur within a body cell.
But if they occur in sex cells they can be passed on from one generation to
another, creating new characteristics in the next generation. Such
mutation provides evidence that the basic life unit is single set of genetic
instructions or sex cell instead of a complete cell.



The unique genes regulations



      The Mega-cell is a factory of genes which produces regulatory genes
as chromosomal intelligence in superfluous master DNA that reorganizes
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all genetic instruction for all PHCs. The regulatory genes produce required
changes in PHC in following Mega-cell divisions. The large numbers of
living and extinct species suggests that such large numbers of genetic
instructions cannot evolve separately or individually because they show
the presence of genetic reorganizations.



      The unique DNA composition for each species suggests that it must
be reorganized through a gene pool of previously existing species. The
genetic mechanism of the development of complexity is not still completely
understood. The changes in genes likely consist of addition of novel
pattern of regulation or the reorganization of preexisting gene pattern.
Evolution requires the origin of novel programming for gene regulation.
Reorganizing existing genes is not the lone proper explanation of
evolution. This novel process requires an intelligent formation of genes
from preexisting superfluous chromosomal material so that the genetic
instructions make a functional biological body. This puts a change in
genes by rearranging preexisting genes. The change requires
rearrangement of DNA sequences with the additions or deductions in
preexisting genetic material that leads to a new genetic order to support
new body plan. The superfluous master DNA works as regulatory gene in
producing succeeding PHCs with the help of chromosomal intelligence.



      The Mahakaushik-B evolves the genetic mechanism for the
development of complexities for synthesizing required protein and to get
required bio-structures to face climatic conditions. The Mahakaushik is
able to add new genes in preexisting superfluous master DNA for a
particular protein in response to a new climatic stimulation. To do this
some part of the master DNA helix is temporarily unzipped with unique
genetic instructions so that its genetic code can be copied and then moved
outside the Mega-cell. These new PHCs synthesize specific proteins to
face particular climatic conditions. The additions in superfluous master
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DNA involve changes in length of master DNA molecules that assist in
forming new genetic material through Mega-cell division.



      While the modern cell division involves replication of the same
genetic material, a new research supports that a new and different genetic
code can take over the control of a cell. According to a report, in
experiments conducted by an American scientist Dr J. Krag Venter with his
team in May 2010, he has successfully inserted modified or designed or
synthesized chromosomes into a bacterium cell from which its original
chromosomes were removed. The new chromosomes took over the
control of existing cell mechanism. This means that a cell body accepts
new genetic order and can function under new genetic control. This
provides evidence that when two PHCs fuse together they form new
genetic instructions in the PHCs body material making them two full cells
as paired embryonic cells.



       The Mahakaushik-B is a waiting-house in which a PHC waits for
millions of year for the second similar PHC to fuse together. Thus one part
of embryo lives millions of years in the Mahakaushik-B in the form of first
similar PHC. The second part of the embryo is produced millions of years
after its first part. Such process requires a very long biological life span.
Each smallest biological unit as PHC in Mahakaushik-B has separate and
unique genetic composition, while all modern cells in a modern animal
body have identical genetic composition. Thus the Mahakaushik-B is the
ancestral body for genetic instructions for all the species. Genealogists
agree that all genes diversified from one single ancestral biological body.
That supports the survival potency of genetic instructions to form a
biological body so that they could survive for everlasting chains of
generations through sexual reproduction.



The bio intelligence
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        The Mahakaushik-B evolves a brain structures to guide its biological
process. The brain size increases till the Mahakaushik-b has first similar
unique PHCs so that the brain can control each PHC’s functions with
coordination. The second sets of similar PHCs increase the size but
reduce brain functions as they fuse with first similar PHCs reducing total
PHCs by half. This makes bi-neural circuits surplus in the brain. A large
number of paired embryonic cells make enormous brain surplus. The
intelligence for bigger body becomes superfluous in smaller Mahakaushik-
b as smaller body needs less bio-intelligence to control and guide the
smaller body.



      The superfluous brain starts to control the superfluous master DNA
that produces chromosomal intelligence for intelligently regulating gene
reorganization for following PHCs. Each succeeding PHC has
successively more chromosomal intelligence. Without brain there is no
way to perceive bio-information and to transport this information into the
genes.



       The surplus biological brain makes chromosomal intelligence in the
superfluous master DNA to regulate genes with bio-intelligence to form a
working and functional biological body. This chromosomal intelligence
gradually turns into regulatory genes that produce wonderful gene
arrangement in PHCs so that they may form a paired embryo and develop
into paired adult animal and continue its DNA through sexual reproduction
for long lasting generations.



      The chromosomal intelligence plays a key role in getting new body
plan in succeeding second similar PHCs. Most of the first similar PHCs do
not have chromosomal intelligence as they are produced before origin of
chromosomal intelligence through surplus brain. The chromosomal
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intelligence constitutes some wonderful intelligent arrangement of organ in
some lower species. For example American bombarding beetle has toxic
jet of hot poisonous mixture as a defensive bio mechanism in its small
body. Such species have many organs with great intelligent-complexity
and could only have started to function when at least a certain basic
structure had been formed.



        Chromosomal intelligence works in most of lower forms that are
without physical brain. This is because the gradually higher and newer
second PHCs have much more chromosomal intelligence for making
intelligent functional body plan. In higher species the chromosomal
intelligence produces physical brain intelligence in addition to the body
intelligence it produces in lower species. The chromosomal intelligence
remains in all paired embryonic cells and it intelligently regulates genes to
form an optimum body plan for all necessary bio-functions for its
development into an adult. The succeeding newer species get gradually
improved gene arrangements in respect of bio-intelligence. This process
also creates regulatory genes that regulate genes pattern in different
species differently. The chromosomal intelligence plays a key role in the
modern lower form of life in their defensive, eating and mating behavior
and even in their body plan. The genetic instructions for a body of species
are formulated by chromosomal intelligence before the actual physical
body development takes place.



        Fossil records show that before the dinosaur no intelligent higher
form of life lived on earth. Before KT extinction event no astonishing bio
intelligence was present in animals. After these events earth soon got a
boom in reptilian and mammalian population and they are the examples of
great bio-intelligence gained through chromosomal intelligence. Fossils
show a higher form that appears after a long stasis and glacial event
suddenly. All most modern biology agrees that new species do, in fact,
arise from preexisting gene pool. Pre-existing gene pool means that some
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form of life had originated and evolved in the past, and that is what
provided the gene pool for modern species.


       The fact that the chromosomal gene order of different species of fruit
fly can be arranged in such perfect sequences is convincing evidence that
the species do originate in nature by descent from other superfluous
genetic material. However, scientists do not find any fossils which could be
connected with Mahakaushik. This is because, as already explained, the
Mahakaushik completely decomposes leaving no fossil behind. Some
fossils show unusual DNA composition in structure and they have no
relation with present DNA or known species. Such fossils could be related
to the paired adults.

The Super Brain



       The early Mega-cell produced mostly simple but unique PHCs. The
Mahakaushik-B evolves a biological brain in response to certain climatic
stimulation through PHCs for super neurons or super brain to control and
coordinate the bioactivities of large numbers of PHCs. All genetic
instructions issued by Mega-cell divisions are kept in the form of
superfluous master DNA as original copies. The brain forming genetic
instructions are also kept as a part of superfluous mater DNA
chromosomal intelligence. That is why the early paired embryos are simple
with less chromosomal intelligence and they produce simple species with
less complexity. The more climatic cyclic conditions appear the more
second similar PHCs are produced. This leads to more surplus brain
causing more chromosomal intelligence in the succeeding second PHCs.



      Mahakaushik-B needs a very large variety of proteins therefore it has
to produce large numbers of PHCs leading to an enormous surplus brain
producing great chromosomal intelligence in the master DNA. Ultimately
the genetic order of paired humans was created by this process and
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delivered outside in the form of well developed paired embryos or paired
babies to establish human species around 2 MYA.



         The Mahakaushik had only one body to perform all evolutionary
tasks. To cope this it evolved various ways to produce new complex PHCs
incorporating new type of genetic instructions for new type of proteins at
various stages of evolutions. To provide home and nutrition in
Mahakaushik-B it is necessary to produce such genetic instructions to
fulfill these needs and a biological process to deliver it outside the body.
To create such genetic instruction some novel regulations in superfluous
master DNA are required. These regulations, with the help of
chromosomal intelligence, should be able to genetically produce an
efficient functional reproduction system in modern species.



        Although Mahakaushik-B does not have any reproductive organ, the
genetic instructions in the second similar PHCs make a body plan with
reproductive organs with reproduction systems based on two sexes in two
separate but interdependent bodies with the help of chromosomal
intelligence.



       In fact evolutionary process cannot take place in a short life span,
even not in few generations. It can occur in a single evolving biological
body in very long span of time, longer even then a few generations. The
fossil evidence of gradual development of life has not yet been found.
What is found are fossils of sudden appearances of different well-
developed species at different times? This provides evidence that
someone gave birth to different species at different time in response to
cyclic conditions during the long past of the earth.



Bio-Movement
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        Rhythmic vibrations are set in master DNA in the Mega-cell through
the polar alternative magnetism and space radiations in pulses to produce
bio movement. The life chemicals are created in orbital motions in the
polar orbit. The orbital motions with other conditions created instantly the
first molecules of master DNA within few hours. This first molecule
replicates twice the same chemical keeping one original copy as an
addition to the first molecule in the form of Master DNA. This increases its
size and changes its composition gradually to make each PHC unique.
The orbital motion and falling motion on the MCIB produce rhythmic
vibrations. Further the dynamic and ever changing surroundings on the
earth suface provide stimulations that induce vibrations in the PHCs
collectively to produce multi-directional bio-mobility in organs to face the
environment. Mahakaushik body gets itself mobile by muscles of PHCs.
Muscle is composed of aggregates of different PHCs. The assimilation
works as muscle and has a strong vibration energy or contraction and
relaxation process at work. They arrange vibrations collectively and divide
it in groups to make strong and required pull for required bioactivities of a
biological body of PHCs. In order to achieve mobility in different ways with
or without limbs the muscular stimulation is required. Bio-mobility is
essential for evolutional survival in face of variations in salinity and
temperature at different places. The salinity forces the Mahakaushik-B to
come out of ocean to evolve further on the continental land mass. The
temperature makes it to move on landmass. To live on land mass with bio
mobility it is necessary for the Mahakaushik body to have four limbs as
main locomotion bio-organs. To reach continental top they had to climb
along the continental wall. The climbing process evolves a vast variety of
ways of locomotion including creeping, climbing, walking, and running,
flying and moving upwards and efficiently working bio-organs for such hard
tasks. The genetic instructions for such biological activities are kept in
Mahakaushik as superfluous master DNA to produce bio mobility
genetically in all the species according to the stimulations from the
environmental conditions.
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Fueling the body



       In the oceanic watery solutions the Mahakaushik did not need to
generate bio-food as the oceanic water already contains it in the form of
dissolved substances. There was no direct sunlight under the water. It
evolved the sense to track down anything it eats by producing paired half-
cells. It used nutrients in food to built unique PHCs through Mega-cell
division for evolutionary need. Fueling the body starts assisting Mega-cell
division through oxidation of different food substances to get bio-energy.
This bio-energy enables PHCs to produce protein and superfluous master
DNA for replicating unique genetic instructions. The early Mahakaushik
had to use poisonous substances including hydrogen sulfide to get bio
energy. Later, hydrogen sulfide in atmosphere was replaced by oxygen
and nitrogen. This allowed Mahakaushik to use oxygen to burn food
substances to get energy.



       The remains of early species show such characteristics that they
consumed aforesaid poisonous substances indicating the simple form of
early life. The Mahakaushik-B evolved two systems to get energy from the
food. Its digestive system is evolved to first break down food. The
respiration system provides oxygen to the PHCs where food substances
are burned to release energy chemically for muscular work. The waste
evolved gradually separates through excretory system. Each characteristic
in Mahakaushik-B is produced by specific genetic instructions in PHCs for
producing required proteins and the Mahakaushik retains these
instructions as superfluous master DNA or original copies of all genetic
instructions.



      The superfluous master DNA has chromosomal intelligence that
rearranges genetic instructions intelligently producing required bio
characteristics in succeeding PHCs. At the same time it also produces the
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required protein. Thus the process of fueling the body evolves genetically
through the superfluous master DNA and then it is rearranged uniquely in
each set of succeeding PHCs. As such, each following set of PHCs has
higher, uniquely rearranged, improved and more complex genetic
instructions for fueling the body. This produces gradual higher functional
fueling systems genetically in succeeding PHCs.



Body control



      Each PHC constitutes the smallest independent biological unit as
main building block of Mahakaushik-B. They form muscle, bones, different
body fluids and brain with different organs through a variety of
assimilations of PHCs. The association of PHC around the Mega-cell
requires a coordinating and controlling biological unit. When two or more
PHCs make an association for organs, a chemical neuron in the form of
PHCs evolves to make a communication and coordination system among
the PHCs. To control the body a biological nervous system evolves by
producing such neuron PHCs. Nervous system binds the whole
Mahakaushik-B into one unit. The nerve activities assist a body plan in
brain according to stimulation. The brain stimulates the Mega-cell to
synthesize such genetic instructions in the succeeding PHCs to form
nervous system with a brain that gradually increases its size and capacity.



      The Mahakaushik-B draws a body plan, in response to a specific
climatic condition through the brain, which guides the Mahakaushik about
possible growth and needed proteins. Then the superfluous master DNA
rearranges and reorganizes genetic instructions for Mega-cell division to
produce PHCs to do so. The plan of nerve net work or the body plan is
prepared first in the Mahakaushik brain, then the body growth occurs
through the productions of PHCs. High degree of bio-coordination and
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control mechanism evolves in Mahakaushik to perform such evolutionary
tasks.



      In millions of years such brain becomes self equipped by very long
experience that ultimately produces different faculties of brain as memory,
thinking, rational thinking, high function, language, emotions, child care
etc. The Mahakaushik brain gets two types of stimulations from outside.
One is from environmental stimulation direct by sense organ and the other
from the activities of paired embryos, paired babies and paired adults.
Such biological stimulations effect the Mahakaushik brain in different ways
that produce child care filling, mammary glands, and other biological
emotions, sociality, and association related feelings with other species
through the chromosomal intelligence.



       For controlled direction of process and movement the nervous and
endocrine systems evolved. They work under the control of the brain that
develops out side the Mega-cell in Mahakaushik-B. The nervous system
communicates through nerve links between brain and Mahakaushik-B. An
example is the modern animal nerve fiber emanating from brain. From the
spinal cord nerves make a network to reach all body parts. This system
works through billions of nerve cells that form complex network together
and they communicate with each other through electric impulses.
Stimulation triggers a nerve cell to fire and the signal passes along nerve
fiber to another nerve cell. Some special PHCs produce neurotransmitters,
chemicals that make impulses transmit between paired nerve half-cells.
This complex process of communicating happens at top speed. Electrical
impulses can travel along nerve fiber at up to 400 Km/h.



      Such wonder full brain and its functions come into existence in the
species through the genetic instructions in the form of PHCs. The super
brain becomes control center of all the activities in the Mahakaushik-B. It
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facilitates internal functions and enables body to perform refined
movement and other bio-functions. For example modern nervous system
is divided into central nervous system and peripheral nervous system. The
central nervous system includes the brain and the spinal cord. It regulates
all functional activities of the body as well as processing and co-ordination
of nerve signals. Peripheral nervous system contains all nerves that
branch out from central nervous system throughout the body. The
astonishing network of neurons enables the body to work through nerve
activities. The genetic instructions in the first similar PHCs form the first
half of this nervous system as central nervous system. The second similar
PHCs have peripheral nervous system. When they fuse they form a
complete nervous system in the paired embryo.



      The chemicals that make PHCs work in association and in
coordination form an endocrine system in the evolving body to guide and
assist the body processes. In the present species the endocrine system
has specific glands and tissues that secrete hormones. These are directly
released into the blood stream and carried to specific areas of the body for
controlling numerous body processes chemically. For example thyroid
gland produces hormone thyroxin that regulates use of oxygen to generate
energy in modern animal body.



      Endocrine system evolved in oceanic water because the oceanic
water is a store house of a variety of interplanetary salts and chemicals.
These chemicals entered into the evolving body through the semi
permeable skin and affected the body functions as chemical messengers.
The brain received information and sent signals to concerned PHCs to
control the bio actions. The controlling biomechanics was reorganized in
succeeding PHCs to make bio-control system genetically.



Blood circulation
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        Modern blood is made from different type of cells floating in a watery
fluid containing nutrients. Blood is a supply vehicle transporting every thing
that is required by body’s cells to work. It consists of plasma in which
trillions of RBC, WBC and platelets float. Plasma contains mostly water but
also various dissolved substances including proteins, hormones and salts.
Each species has a unique blood composition that cannot mix biologically
with the blood of any other species.



      The liquid form of blood suggests that the early-PHCs in
Mahakaushik-B get oxygen and nutrients through a watery medium. After
rapid Mega-cell division the body evolves it self into large size with skin as
body cover. The new growth of body requires respiratory ways to provide
oxygen to each PHC. Ultimately it produces the PHCs for common blood
to provide oxygen and nutrients to all PHCs. The genetic instruction for
such biological blood is produced in the form of PHCs that genetically
produces unique blood and blood circulation in the succeeding PHCs.
Single cellular species have no blood in their single celled body. Such
species without blood provides evidence that the early Mahakaushik body
had no blood. After some Mega-cell divisions it gets a body of PHCs that
requires blood and other nutrients to grow and run the biological body. The
genetic instructions for common blood are retained in superfluous master
DNA, which reorganizes genetic instructions for unique blood formation in
all succeeding PHCs.



Body covering



      The salinity and mobility of water tends to destroy the PHCs around
the Mega-cell with the help of its dissolving properties. The salinity and
multidirectional mobility of oceanic water tears away the evolving
biomaterial to dissolve in. To protect biomaterial from splitting away into
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water, the Mahakaushik body has to cover its body by different types of
skins. The Mega-cell evolved a plasma membrane that enclosed the cell
body first and finally the whole Mahakaushik body, but it had pores in it.
These pores let some chemicals through but not others in order to protect
it from the water mobility. This membrane was semi permeable; a very
important factor because only then it could choose the chemical it lets in
and out of the Mahakaushik-B for its protection from the water mobility and
salinity.



      Such genetic information reorganizes intelligently in PHCs for
encasing them and to form a biological body around the whole
Mahakaushik body. The multi-paired half-cellular body produces PHCs to
get proteins for body cover that takes a shape of efficient hard skin. Under
the influence of survival potency Mahakaushik-B evolves such genetic
instructions that reorganize genetically vast varieties of body covering that
take different shapes, looks and functions in succeeding PHCs. For
example, mammalian skin is made of dead cells while hard protein and
waterproof wax cover the insect body. Mammals often have a coat of fur,
while others have scales. These coverings develop additional uses as
feathers and furs help in insulating the body.



       These vast varieties of body coverings evolve under different climatic
cycles and genetically reorganize the information in each set of PHCs
uniquely. Under ice they evolve mainly scaly and shelly body coverings.
On snowy surface they evolve feathers and fur as insulation. Under mud
they evolve slippery and wet body covering. Under soil they evolve thin
and flexible scale for body covering like the snakes have. On the desert
soil they evolve hard scale and camouflage as a part of skin to protect
themselves from sunrays and temperature as modern crocodile has. As it
is the Mahakaushik-B that produces all body characteristics through the
PHCs, the genetic instructions for body covering are reorganized uniquely
in each set of PHCs to produce a unique body covering for each species.
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Respiration



      Because life originates in atmosphere it firstly requires air to rhythmic
breathe in order to get bio-energy for any biological growth in any form.
This evolved complex respiration system in different forms and shapes in
response to the stimulations from surroundings. The Mega-cell first of all
reacted with sun rays along with other space rhythmic radiations and
atmospheric gasses at the polar orbit. Therefore Mega-cell had to produce
bio energy from sun rays with the help of atmospheric gasses at polar orbit
to produce early genetic instruction of very short length that could not form
PHCs but they formed a tiny biological body around the Mega-cell. The
body around the Mega-cell turns it into Mahakaushik body or
Mahakasuhik. The Mahakaushik body in oceanic watery solutions began
to oxidize some substances to get energy. When it gets energy it begins to
replicate itself producing PHCs for simple species. Early Mahakaushik got
energy by using hydrogen sulfide. When proper oxygen level was reached
by1000 MYA, the Mahakaushik started getting oxygen and organic food
material instead of hydrogen sulfide. This is why Mahakaushik produced
early-PHCs that produce bacterial species surviving on hydrogen sulfide.



      Water mobility makes the Mahakaushik to have body cover first. The
body covering make the respiration of individual PHCs impossible.
Therefore Mahakaushik-B has to evolve a respiratory way so that every
PHC gets enough oxygen and food to survive for work. For this
underwater gill evolved through the PHC for respiration. The genetic
instructions for gill in superfluous master DNA rearranged in succeeding
PHCs to provide them genetic instructions for future gills. For example
modern gill is a series of tiny flaps that have a rich blood supply. The gill
collects oxygen from water and releases carbon dioxide when water in the
mouth washes over the gill. Gills do not work in air because their surface
collapses and sticks together once out of water.
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       The fish-like Mahakaushik had to rush to continental tops evolving
amphibian-like forms with evolving lungs. They breathed air but they
shared a number of fish like features such as scaly skin and a finned tail.
To go out of water Mahakaushik had to develop two pairs of jointed limbs.
Fossil records show that amphibians were the first quadrupeds having 2
pairs of jointed limbs. These enabled them to lift their body on the ground
providing them with a more efficient means of locomotion to climb the
continental top and provide protection from the surface cold and heat.
Such Mahakaushik bodies breathe through their skin absorbing oxygen
directly into their blood stream and expelling carbon dioxide, like some
amphibians breathe this way.



      On land Mahakaushik-B evolved complex and hollow respiratory
organs, lungs, which carry air deep inside the body. The genetic
instructions for such bioactivities rearrange in each successive PHC to
produce unique respiratory system for each species.



Life span and pregnancy period



       The life span of the Mahakaushik is more than millions of years. As
this single living organism started its life as a body with a single PHC and
continued to grow gradually into a complex and large body without any
break, it has trillions and trillions of PHCs. The Master DNA does not hold
any instruction for a specific life span. Its life span is determined by fusing
its paired half cells into a paired embryo. The ageing process is absent in
the PHCs. A PHC works till it is fused with another similar PHC or is
consumed by body as food during adverse conditions. This indicates that
the Mahakaushik’s body dies by fusing all existing PHCs into a large
number of paired embryos and leaving behind a single Mega-cell to be
decomposed in the environment.
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       It takes millions of years to produce vast numbers of second similar
PHCs to get fused with previously formed first similar PHCs. It takes
another millions of years to form second similar PHCs for all the first
similar PHCs. They cannot die by ageing and ailment, as their immune
system is too strong for adverse climatic conditions and viral or bacterial
infections. The present species have a life span that is determined by
genetic instructions coming from two opposite sex cells collectively. The
life span of a species is determined by the period in which the paired
embryo develops within the Mahakaushik-B to be delivered out side the
body. As a paired elephant embryo takes 70 years in the body of
Mahakaushik to mature and be delivered out side, its life span is 70 years.
In the same way a paired embryo of human takes 100 years in
Mahakaushik-B to mature. Thus the paired embryo gets life span
genetically according to its incubation period in Mahakaushiks body. The
pregnancy period is governed by the intelligent reorganization of genes for
sexual reproduction. These genetic instructions govern a unique life span
and pregnancy period in each species.



Invertebrate and vertebrate



      Invertebrates like jellyfish, anemones and corals form 97 % of all the
animal species. They have a great range of body forms and many different
ways of feeding and reproducing. Some of them, like sponges, filter food
from the water. Invertebrates shape the body without hard body parts with
the help of internal fluids called hydrostatic skeleton. The large number of
invertebrate species and their biological characteristics suggests that the
early Mahakaushik-B lived mainly in water and contained most PHC for
invertebrate species.
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      The mollusks make up the second largest group of invertebrates. All
mollusks have soft body and protective hard shell. They live under water
and breathe through gills. The shell cover protects it from water flow,
temperature variations and chemical reactions. The early Mahakaushik
had to produce such genetic instructions that made a body without the
hard part so that it could live under such conditions in water. To increase
its mobility the Mahakaushik evolved into a boneless fish-like streamlined
body with flexible fins. After this the Mahakaushik evolved backbone and
came into the fish-like body form. Such forms of life represent the
transitional shape of Mahakaushik that came out of water to evolve on
land. This evolution was guided by salt and temperature tolerance and
produced such PHCs that mostly form the mollusk groups of species.



      When water mobility and salinity forced the Mahakaushik to come
out of water, it evolved into vertebrates by producing such PHCs that
make bony structure needed for required bio-mobility. The fish like
Mahakaushik evolved into amphibian like form to come out of water by
getting four limbs to move efficiently. Later Mahakaushik on the continental
land mass evolved complex skeleton as needed on the land for efficient
movement. In this skeleton some bones meet at flexible joints to facilitate
up and down body movement. They repeat such bio-genetic activity to get
a completely different shape and size to cope with the surface temperature
and surface friction.



      The PHCs for such bio-activities produced a vast number of
vertebrate species that lived on continental landmass. The superfluous
master DNA evolved such genetic instructions that produce vertebrate
species for water and air through intelligent reorganization of the genetic
instructions that share some common characteristics.



Amphibians and Reptiles
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       The fish-like Mahakaushik-B turned into amphibian-like shape when
it moved out of oceans on to continental landmass. The amphibian-like
Mahakaushik evolved into reptilian forms when it got buried under ice
debris on continental frozen mass. Under icy conditions amphibian-like
Mahakaushik-B reduces or turns into long cylindrical but segmented body
shape forming such PHC that they produces required protein and
necessary biological structure. The internal organs are modified to fit the
cylindrical and elongated body. Paired organs are staggered within the
body cavity like in snakes. Only one lung may be functional, with other
reduced in size like in snakes. Their outer skin or scales reduces into other
form of scales to protect body from cold and frozen surroundings. Large
skull reduces into smaller skull to accommodate under-ice movement. It
reduces hearing organ of snakes into Jacob organ making them deaf,
although other reptiles can hear. Under-ice living allows such adaptations
that turn hearing into chemical-sensitivity of a snakes tongue.



       On the frozen surface the high speed of snowy air made
Mahakaushik-B to flatten its body with the surface and reduce its outer
skin into different scales to minimize windy and snowy particle
bombardments on body parts. Near the surface the speed and wind
pressure is comparatively lower so that a reptile body could protect itself
near or under the surface. This genetically made a snake-like form with a
single row of scales on its underside and smaller scales on the upper
surface.



      During the hot and desert conditions the Mahakaushik-B underwent
under-sand evolution to get modern forms of snakes on land, in water and
on the trees. This was because superfluous master DNA reorganizes
genetic instructions for each PHC uniquely for a unique species. The
reorganization involves all genetic instructions in superfluous master DNA
so that any functional biological form could be formed genetically. The
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PHCs that assist the Mahakaushik-B getting such reptilian shapes and
sizes make paired embryos for reptilian species. The external anatomy of
reptiles shows immense variation from the long cylindrical limbless forms
of snakes to the short, stout shell covered body of turtle. However all
reptiles are characterized by the presence of a scale, which forms a barrier
that protects it from abrasion, attacks from predators, parasites and
dehydration.



       This suggests that Mahakaushik-B needed such scaly skin out of
water. They had to get flattened body shape and remain inactive during
the cold conditions. They have cold-blood anatomy and segmented body
part in a sequence to face cold conditions while they move under ice or
under frozen soil. The cold-blood anatomy changes their body temperature
depending on the out side temperature. Reptiles genetically got several
ways of moving with the use of their ribs under the surface. Their body
was specially equipped to keep it under the surface.


      Tortoises and turtles have an unusual skeleton, the ribs and some of
vertebrae are fused to the inner surface of the carapace, and the pelvic
and shoulder girdles are in an unusual position inside the ribcage. The
skeleton of turtle suggests that an evolving animal faces several unusual
climatic conditions that produce PHCs intelligently with the help of
chromosomal intelligence to form such unusual but working and functional
bio skeleton.



      For example egg lying is the main feature of reptilian life style. This
feature evolved during the under-ice evolutions. The under-ice living slows
down body functions. As such their outer body parts froze and they could
not continue to work more to develop and deliver the embryo outside the
body. In addition to this their changed body did not have such places and
spare nutrients to develop the paired embryo. Under the influence of
survival potency the embryo enclosed itself into a hard protective shell as
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an egg. When the egg was hatched by climatic conditions or by the body
heat of the Mahakaushik-B it produced paired babies that became paired
adults and sexually reproduced an egg laying species.



Mammals



       Fossil evidences point at the reptilian origin of mammals and birds
with sudden appearance around 60 MYA. This suggests that the genetic
instructions of mammal and bird species were shared by reptilian species.
This provides evidence for reorganization of existing genetic instructions
as superfluous master DNA with some new genetic instructions. Under-ice
evolution creates the need of mammary glands. When paired babies try to
suck Mahakaushik-B to get food, the stimulation from sucking produces
such genetic instruction in the PHCs that develop mammary glands in
various forms. Crossing several glacial periods the Mahakaushik gets well
developed mammary glands and genetic instructions for mammary glands
in its superfluous master DNA. These genetic instructions are then
rearranged in different forms of mammary glands in the succeeding PHCs
leading to mammalian species.



      The chromosomal intelligence in superfluous master DNA
reorganizes such PHCs that produce bat like bird-mammalian species
showing again the reorganization of genetic instruction of birds and
mammalian species. The Mahakaushik never got such shape and size
physically but the PHCs for such forms were produced by reorganization
of the superfluous master DNA. This produced combined features of a
mammal and a bird by genetic composition in PHCs. For example the
duck billed platypus has webbed feet; a beak like a bird and it lays eggs.
Young platypus feed on their mother’s milk that is produced by teat less
mammary gland. In this transitional form they have common features of
mammals, birds and aquatic animals.
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       Such extraordinary arrangement of genes can be produced by the
reorganization of superfluous master DNA in response a climatic
stimulation. These transitional forms of life strongly suggest that the
genetic orders are formed first then they are delivered outside the evolving
biological body to produce such species. During the reshuffle of
superfluous master DNA such extraordinary genes are formed between
reptile and birds. The actual evolution of physical body of Mahakaushik
never takes the shape of all the forms of life on the earth. But the genetic
instruction for such form can be produced by the intelligent regulation of
the reorganizations from superfluous master DNA for PHCs.



       The early Cenozoic placental mammals were shrew like insect
eaters but soon bigger sheep sized, burrowing and rooting plant eaters
appeared through the paired adults. Placental mammals soon filled the
early habitats. The placental mammals gave birth to bigger more
advanced babies nurtured for a longer period within the mother’s body via
placenta. According to fossil records such forms of life came into existence
after 50 MYA through the paired adults in response to climatic conditions.



Birds



      Fossils show that bird species appeared around 60 MYA and they
were soon wiped out by cretaceous extinction. However, many new bird
species appeared immediately after the extinction event. A fossil of
Archaeopteryx, which means ancient wing, shows an animal form that had
scales and teeth like reptiles, but it also had feathers like a bird. This fossil
was found in Germany in 1961. It is believed that it evolved from a reptile
dinosaur that ran on two legs. From this evidence scientists are all most
certain that birds evolved from a reptile-like ancestor; possibly from a tree
dwelling dinosaur that fed on insects. But they do not explain how a reptile
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takes a shape of a bird? And in what circumstances they evolved in bird
like forms?



       This fossil suggests us evidence that reduced Mahakaushik-B
becomes light around 60 MYA as before this time 90 % of the PHCs have
already fused to form paired embryonic cells for invertebrate species. The
remaining 10 % PHCs constitute a very small body but the brain continues
to increase its size during the production of each PHC till the last PHCs
have fused. Light Mahakaushik’s body possesses enormous surplus brain,
which produces greater chromosomal intelligence in superfluous master
DNA. The light Mahakaushik-B is carried time and again by strong winds
high into sky for several days. After subsiding of wind pressure it falls
down to the ground. During such falls it evolved bird like features in the
sky by producing PHCs to meet such flying conditions. The other features
of birds were formed at genetic level through chromosomal intelligence in
succeeding PHCs, and they were expressed in different paired adults for
different bird species.



      It is the chromosomal intelligence that produces a biological body to
form working and functional arrangement of genes in PHCs for bird
species. Wind pressure produces the desire to fly for survival and that
reshapes the body of light Mahakaushik accordingly. These features get
reorganized several times for producing PHCs to create around 9000 bird
species. The number of species indicates how many PHCs are possibly
required for flying conditions in Mahakaushik-B.



       Oceanic watery conditions altered its body to accommodate aquatic
life when flying Mahakaushik fell in oceanic water. In response to oceanic
conditions the Mahakaushik-B had to produce PHCs that were able to face
the oceanic conditions to create aquatic bird species. There are a large
number of such transitional species that provide evidence of the evolution
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of some unusual forms of life through reorganization in some of the
succeeding PHC in response to stimulations from cyclic climatic
conditions. The unique bird species indicate the genetic reorganizations
and rearrangements of superfluous master DNA with the addition of few
new genetic instructions.



        All transitional forms of life show a clear reorganization of existing
genetic instructions with few new genetic instructions added to induce new
intelligent arrangement of genes. Birds exhibit a great variety of wing
shapes reflecting the way they fly and their general life style. This provides
evidence for reorganization of such genes with addition of some new
genes. Non-flying birds like kiwi and ostrich are the birds that were born
before superfluous master DNA finally got flying skill by chromosomal
intelligence through reorganization of superfluous master DNA.



The primates



       The primates include pro-simians, monkeys and apes. They form a
diverse group with mouse-lemurs to gorillas making highly complex social
groups. Most of these species have flat nails on fingers and toes. Most
have tails, except apes, as they adapted themselves to a life style on
trees. Relative to the body size, they have largest brains of all mammals.
Small primates eat insects and larger primates eat leaves and fruits. Fossil
records suggest that primates appeared on the earth after dinosaurs. Their
form suggests that reduced Mahakaushik-B produced paired embryos for
primates during warmer interglacial period. Their brain size suggests that
their genes were formed intelligently with physical brain through the
reorganization process from a large genetic pool. A group of higher
primate-like genetic instructions in the form of PHCs were produced
around 15 to 5 MYA.
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      There were various inter warmer snowball and glacial events that
made the reduced Mahakaushik-B produce a groups of PHCs that fused
with previously existing PHCs to make paired adult for a group of higher
primates. The extremely reduced Mahakaushik-B that had very few first
PHCs produced second or advanced PHC for humans through the great
chromosomal intelligence around 2 millions year ago. At the time of
making human genetic instructions the Mahakaushik-B had and enormous
brain with a tiny biological body of few PHCs only. In the end the super
brain became greater chromosomal intelligence and produced PHCs for
human species.



       Genetic and informatics proves that higher species hold the genes of
lower species while the lower species do not hold the genes of higher
forms of life. This provides evidence for reorganization of previously
existing genetic instructions with new genetic instructions for required
proteins in the form of PHCs to form wonderful species. Although such
way of evolution has never been analyzed or investigated in biological
history, the modern genetics and endless debate over the origin and
evolution of life allows and leads us to investigate evolutional process
through the proposed Mahakaushik concepts.



      Fossils of different species at different times and in different climatic
and geographical conditions, supports that the Mahakaushik lived from
early 3800 MYA to 2 MYA, producing genetic instructions for all the
species in response to climatic conditions. Fossils of different species
show a gradual appearance of progressively higher species at different
geographical locations through a Mahakaushik-like biological unit.



Evolutional Weathering
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       The evolutional weathering produces such climatic conditions on the
earth that trigger and assist the development of the Mega-cell and paired-
half-cellular body around it to produce a large number of genetic
instructions for all species of life on the earth. The evolutional weathering
includes mainly accumulation and melting of frozen continental mass to
form life supporting liquid medium, land mass and atmosphere. The frozen
space debris had solid nitrogen and oxygen in large amount. The solid
nitrogen with oxygen melts and forms temporary chambers or lakes of
liquid nitrogen that allow evolution of genetic instructions for a particular
protein within this liquid medium. At such low temperature the evolution at
genetic level is possible through some potent reactive matter within watery
solution.



      The evolutional weathering reshapes the frozen masses into present
continental surfaces and oceanic water. Due to chemical reactions the
water within the frozen interplanetary material changed to water molecules
with high temperature, broke the frozen surface to appear as water jets
and froze to get deposited as ice. In due course the ice melted and flowed
into oceans, the gasses evaporated into atmosphere and solid particles
deposited as sediment to form the continental crust. Physical weathering
broke the frozen material and accelerated the melting process. Flowing-
water continuously reshaped the frozen continents and advanced the
melting process. The flowing water transported the frozen and other solid
debris, which included interplanetary chemicals and salts, to the oceans.



      Measurement of magnetically oriented minerals from all over the
globe indicates that around 730 to 580 MYA there were several snowball
events and that such earlier occurrences could have happened between
2450 to 2220 MYA. The small glacial period continues with warmer
interglacial period after 100 MYA to present day. Scientists do not
suggests any specific cause for such snowball event but it is thought to be
related to the clustering of the continents with the tropics raising the
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amount of light reflected from the earth and cooling global climate. The
fact that only the moon formation at one of four gas giants can launch such
vast amount of frozen debris to produces different snowball events and ice
ages on the earth with different intensity in the past. Each moon formation
adds some new dimension to the earth shaping process and life evolution
process. Each glacial period changes completely previous climate, forming
new climatic cycles that affect evolution process take a new turn at each
snowball event to trigger new PHCs in Mahakaushik-B.



      Scientists believe that the recent geological past has seen the earth
enter a time of generally cold climate called in-icehouse-period. It shows
that16 million years ago cooling was accompanied by increasing aridity in
equatorial regions with the break up of forests and expanding of grass
land. By 10 MYA the Antarctic ice sheet began to develop. This locked up
increasing amount of water as snow and ice resulting in falling in sea level.
Several independent lines of evidence point to a period of more rapid
climatic cooling beginning around 3 MYA. Several independent lines of
evidences point to a period of more rapid climate cooling beginning some
time after 3 MYA. Glaciations in northern hemisphere intensified 2.7 MYA
and by the 2.6 millions years ago the Arctic ice sheet developed to arctic
ice cap. This was followed by sudden appearance of new and modern
form of life including humans.



         Exactly what precipitated the global cooling is a matter of intense
debate. But many experts think that there were some marked changes in
circulation of ocean currents. The period between 2 MYA to present day
was marked by periodic fluctuations between colder glacial and warmer
interglacial conditions. The dating of appearance of most species indicates
that new forms of life suddenly appear during warmer interglacial
conditions. The glaciations pattern of past earth suggests that water first
formed through chemical reactions in frozen masses that produced high
temperature to make a water stream coming above the frozen surface.
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Within very short spell of time some of the water vapor high in the sky
cools down reacting with sulfur droplets and particles from the open
mantle and rains down as acidic rain and reacts with frozen surface
materials. The hot springs and volcanoes in frozen areas supports such
process. Such sudden changes provide completely new stimulation to the
Mahakaushik-B that produces new genetic instructions for mixing and
reorganizing with the help of the superfluous master DNA to produce a
group of unique PHCs.



      It is not possible that earth remains unaffected by moon formation
process on our four gas-giants. The impact of creation of 61 moons on a
gas giant produces life supporting environmental conditions on the earth.
The physical and geological features of earth suggest that the upper part
of the earth was formed by space impact of frozen gasses and rocky body
that could come only from outer planets at the time of their moons were
created. Earth has such orbital position that it gets much of the frozen
space debris from gas giants.



      The ratio of 78% nitrogen with 21 % oxygen in the atmosphere
provides evidence that early earth held solid and liquid nitrogen and
oxygen mixed in frozen debris. The solid nitrogen and solid oxygen came
from gas giants. When they melt they form liquid nitrogen-oxygen as a
watery solution above the extremely frozen surface. The liquid nitrogen
with different ratio of oxygen can be formed at different temperatures
between -182 to -210o C. We call it watery solution. This watery solution
has all essential salts and metal ions to produce chemical reaction in
Mahakaushik. Scientists can investigate such conditions for origin of life in
any laboratory by forming such watery solution and allow life material to
react. Scientists involved in the big experiment that is being conducted
under extreme negative temperatures up to -273o C in Geneva can make
such experiments feasible.
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       The early atmosphere mainly held poisonous gasses including
sulfuric acid droplets emitted from open mantle. Gradual high temperature
melts and gradually vaporizes nitrogen and oxygen to replace the early
poisonous gasses creating new atmosphere to trigger Mega-cell division.



       Vaporizing of oxygen 1900 million year ago elevated the oxygen
level up to 15 % allowing more complex PHCs to be produced. This level
reached up to 18 % by 580 MYA, when mantle eruption partly subsidized
around 580 MYA. Then this level decreased to 15% by 400 MYA due to
second mantle eruptions; possibly reducing oxygen level by using oxygen
in fires. But soon oxygen level began to rise and it reached 21 % by 350
millions year ago. The frozen debris again produced large amount of
vapour oxygen in atmosphere raising oxygen level to 24 % by 140 MYA
and to 27% by 50 MYA then it again fell to 21 % by 20 MYA. The oxygen
level has been maintained by the following bioactivities since then.


      Scientists think that the gradual oxygenating of atmosphere was
made possible by photosynthesizing organisms and plants, since then it
has been maintained by the following biological activity. They also think
that early atmosphere had been blasted away by impacts and solar wind.
Volcanism built up secondary atmosphere by releasing nitrogen, carbon
dioxide and water vapor. Ultra violet light split water into hydrogen oxygen
and ozone. The hydrogen got released into space and the rest formed
earth’s atmosphere. Modern scientists do not investigate the genetic
instructions of evolution of life under frozen conditions as they count these
glacial periods as stasis or zero activity periods in respect of so called
biological evolution.



The evolutions of plants
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       Some of the returning and falling icebergs get into a geo-stationary
orbit instead of polar orbit and emerge on the equatorial regions of the
earth. At this orbit the MCIB gets less of polar magnetism, so that the
Mega-cell gets very faint vibrations in its genetic material. The plant
mega-cells do not get continued rhythmic space radiations because during
each orbit MCIB comes behind the earth. Without continued rhythmic
space radiations from different pulsars in this geo stationary orbit, the
mega-cell could not form complex rhythmic vibrations chemically. The
Mega-cell also does not get constant sun radiations at such orbit because
during each orbit the MCIB comes behind the earth and is deprived of
sunlight for some time. This imparts non bio-mobility in the genetic
instructions for evolution of plants. The combined force of the earth’s and
natal moon’s gravitation helps evolution of plant Mega-cell with replicating
potency on the frozen surface of orbiting and falling MCIB at its geo-
stationary orbit. When MCIB emerges on the frozen surface the Mega-cell
synthesizes the Mahakaushik-plant body made up of PHCs to form a
biological plant body, which in turn produces a variety of paired embryonic
plant cells in response to the cyclic climatic stimulations.


       In the lower atmosphere above the equatorial regions colliding of ice
crystals, as they moved up and down through the clouds above the
equatorial regions, caused particles with positive electric charge to
accumulate near the top of clouds and those with negative charge near the
bottom of clouds. This induced positive charge on the frozen surface
below. When the charge was built beyond a certain point it discharged as
a spark of lightening that heated up adjoining air to 30,000o C in less than
a second, causing it to explode violently and melt an enormous quantity of
ice above the frozen continental mass. This provided water as well as a
spark to trigger the chemical reactions in the Mega-cell for Mega-cell
divisions and synthesis of plant pigment, chlorophyll, by producing PHCs.
Chlorophyll synthesizes sugar by sunlight to provide energy to enhance
the ongoing bioprocess in Mega-cell to synthesize further genetic
instructions for required biomaterials like cellulose; and the PHCs
constitute plant body around the Mega-cell. The Mahakaushik plant body
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produces a large number of PHCs. The cyclic climatic conditions of past
earth make the Mahakaushik plant-Body to produce second similar paired
half-plant cells that fused with first similar PHC to form a paired embryo as
seed. The paired embryonic plant cells are delivered outside by the
Mahakaushik plant-B to grow independent in nature under its own genetic
instructions to produces a large numbers of plant species that cover entire
globe.



       The Mahakaushik plant had to generate bio-energy for survival by
trapping radiant energy of the sun through its newly formed PHCs. The
plant Mahakaushik on frozen continental tops had only one option that it
had to use nitrogen compounds from frozen ammonia and methane with
different metal ions and salts to synthesis genetic instructions in the form
of PHCs that produced the plant pigment, chlorophyll, to turn sunlight and
carbon dioxide into simple sugar. The simple sugar molecules turn
themselves into a variety of plant biomaterial.



      Sunlight and plants produce a carbon cycle also by making sugar,
which makes carbon to circulate through air, plants and animals on the
earth’s surface all the time. Thus carbon from gas giants enters the living
organism through sunlight and plants collectively by producing sugar or
carbohydrates forming complex organic compounds such as plant
proteins, fats, starch and cellulose. The interplanetary chemical water,
carbon, oxygen, hydrogen and nitrogen with salts, different metal ions and
minerals become the key to the plant and animal life on earth through this
process. Life is only possible because of the extremely complex and
varied chemistry of carbon that enters the Mega-cell and assists master
DNA in making genetic instructions for survival from climatic conditions.



      Snowy wind flow forced the Mahakaushik plant body to remain near
the surface. As such it provided stimulations for PHCs that evolved moss
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like multi-cellular plant body to remain near the surface in flat shape and
without roots. The lightening and sound waves from clouds also reached
the frozen surface, making tiny fractures in icy material providing
underground space to Mahakaushik-plant body to form roots in order to
get water with nutrition. The dry cool air made the PHCs to produce hard
material in the form of cellulose to encase itself. The windy conditions
helped growing shoots and pushing it up in various directions. This also
stimulated the plant Mega-cell to produce such PHCs which constitute
required bio structure and produce required plant material in needed
directions.



      Such cool air does not provide food material to Mahakaushik plant
except for oxygen. After melting down of continental frozen debris,
wetlands appeared and the moss like Mahakaushik plant-body turned into
creeper-like plant-body with less leaves and thick, airy, and fleshy plant
skeleton on the muddy surface by producing PHCs that make such plant
structure to meet climatic conditions for its own survival. The forestland
conditions encouraged the Mahakaushik plant to form big plant body
through the PHCs for more leaves and height. In desert conditions its root
grows deep to collect water and grow fleshy tissue to store water.



      When plants got buried under frozen debris, they underwent different
evolutional processes to produce different type of plants under genetic
instructions for a large variety of plants in the form of unique PHCs. The
icy surface of the continental elevated top’s itself provided full sunlight to
the Mahakaushik plant without any efforts. On the equatorial region the
major part of higher forms of plant species are made due to more
availability of sunlight and changing surroundings due to cyclic climatic
conditions.
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      Some part of Mahakaushik plants flew into the ocean where it
produces PHCs for different aquatic plant species. The paired plant half-
cell developed hard and thick cover of cellulose for survival from cold and
hot conditions. The hardness of cellulose protects it from outside
temperature, wind pressure, water loss and also provides skeleton as
stem and branches to withstand windy conditions. The height of plant
provides protection to its shoots from surface heat during dry and hot
conditions. The dry land heats up in the day and it hurts the plant at
surface. This triggered evolution of thick cover around its stems by
producing suitable PHCs to help the evolution of required cellulose and
other plant material. The evolution of Mahakaushik plant on the frozen
surface, under ice debris, water surface, mud surface, soil surface and dry
surface (in desert) produced a great variety of plant characteristics in
PHCs, which ultimately formed paired embryonic cells for different plant
species that, in turn, reproduce themselves through sexual and asexual
ways.



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PROPOSED HYPOTHESIS



1-The animal and plant Mega-cell



      A group of some potent chemicals with replicating potency was
formed on the returning MCIB in atmosphere in polar orbit. In polar orbit it
gets rhythmic vibrations due to combined force of magnetism of both the
poles and available space radiations. It emerges in oceans from where it
travels towards equatorial frozen continental tops. It produces genetic
instructions when earthly conditions make them to react to form an internal
chemistry for a biological process. This produces early genetic instructions
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in the form of first similar PHCs like tiny biological structures forming a
biological animal body around the Mega-cell.



       Some falling iceberg gets into geo-stationary orbit where it does not
get direct magnetism of both poles of earth and space radiations. On the
surface of the MCIB the chemical reactions create plant Mega-cell that
emerges on the equatorial frozen continental regions where it gets such
stimulations that produces genetic instructions or PHCs that form a plant
body around the Mahakaushik. This is why the plant cells and animal cells
differ from each other mainly in the respect of rhythmic processes, bio-
mobility and fueling process.



2-The animal superfluous master DNA



      The animal master DNA is a group of certain potent chemicals with
rhythmic vibrations that replicate themselves in response to the
stimulations from the cyclic climatic conditions prevailing on early earth.
Every stimulation caused by change in climatic conditions produces a set
of genetic instructions, which are added to existing master DNA and then
rearranged to form PHCs that produce the required protein. The original
copies of genetic instructions are held in Mahakaushik-B as superfluous
master DNA. Each Mahakaushik division makes master DNA more
superfluous and complex so that it reorganizes unique genetic instructions
in succeeding PHCs.



3-The first similar PHC



     The PHC is the smallest biological unit of Mahakaushik-B as well as
the main building block that synthesizes required proteins. The PHC has
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minimum genetic instructions for simple protein synthesis. It has genetic
instructions of short length that divides from the middle in two parts and
links with single sex chromosome XY. There are common sex
chromosomes at the middle of the complete chain of genetic instructions.
From the middle it contains opposite genetic instructions on each side. It
produces required proteins, which in turn produce different structures
around the Mahakaushik for survival. They are mostly produced before the
second similar PHCs. They can be fused only with suitable second similar
PHC to form a paired embryo. The paired embryos contain one female
and the other male fertile cell that develops into a paired adult to
reproduce sexually a species. The first PHC represents early cell or
primitive cell or simple cell or prokaryotic cells. Each part of this PHC is
individually not capable of producing any required protein or energy. The
PHC also develops tiny combined organelles that consist of mitochondria
and ribosome mainly to produce energy and proteins.



4-The second similar PHC



        The second or advanced similar PHC is produced with chromosomal
intelligence when climatic conditions repeat themselves through climatic
cycles. The second similar PHCs have chromosomal intelligence for
making a biological body while the first similar PHCs do not have any
chromosomal intelligence for that. Each succeeding second similar PHC
has higher genetic instructions with higher brains. Fusing process has a
gradual higher genetic regulation arrangement through chromosomal
intelligence. After the first fusing process the PHC gets chromosomal
intelligence through superfluous brain. Each advanced PHC makes higher
chromosomal intelligence in superfluous master DNA by creating surplus
brain capacity. The second PHC represents the advanced cell or complex
cell or eukaryotic cell. The early fusing cycles produce simple genetic
instructions for simple cellular life. Successive fusing processes create
complex genetic instructions for advanced or complex cellular life.
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5- The paired embryonic cells and paired babies



        When first or early and second or advanced similar PHCs fuse, they
form a paired embryonic cell as one fertile female and other fertile male
cell. They are linked through a mini placenta like structure that manages
the vital exchanges of some important proteins between pair as they have
either xx or yy chromosomes. Some vital protein or hormones may be
synthesized by YY or XX chromosomes. Therefore the paired babies have
to share such vital chromosomes through placenta like biological link
between them. When paired babies become paired adults this link
disappears as they both become able to produces all necessary hormones
for life.



6- The paired adult



      The paired adult are two separate biological bodies but genetically
interdependent for sexual reproduction. They have similar genetic
instructions for sexual reproduction but not identical. Paired male has yy
chromosomes as sex chromosomes while paired female has xx
chromosomes. They both sexually reproduce a species.



7-The Mahakaushik-Body



      Assuming a drop-like structure Mahakaushik produces a large
numbers of PHCs around itself as Mahakaushik’s body. Mahakaushik
continues to produces PHCs that help grow its body. This means its body
remains fully biologically active without any ageing process. The paired
half cellular body survives under extreme negative temperature as modern
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sex cells survive under negative temperature even up to -185oC. Such
body form continues to grow in giant form till the Mahakaushik produces
second similar paired cells. One of these cells fuses with one first similar
paired cell to form a paired embryonic cell in the body, which is delivered
outside the body when fully developed. This creates an ageing process in
the Mahakaushik-B by producing paired embryonic cells. Each paired
embryonic cell reduces Mahakaushik-B by two PHCs and the last paired
embryonic cell reduces the Mahakaushik to some drops of potent
chemicals to decompose in the environment and thus a Mahakaushik is
killed. The half genetic instructions for trillions of the species on the earth
once were the main building blocks of Mahakaushik-B.



8- The superfluous brain and thought waves



      The Mahakaushik-B develops superfluous brain to control the
Mahakaushik division and other bio processes for producing PHCs. The
superfluous brain also produces chromosomal intelligence that appears in
the species with a brain in higher forms of life and without a brain in lower
forms of life. Modern biological activities are governed by thought waves
around the earth.



      The Mahaksuhik brain has a long experience of millions of years, it
has all information to control the body in the form of electric impulses or
brain electricity. The super brain develops powerful electric circuits that
release all electric impulses simultaneously in the form of a special kind of
electromagnetic spectrums that may include a specific wave that carry
least energy. Theses thought waves are produced by the dying
Mahakaushik’s superfluous brain. These thought waves may return with
some type of radio waves from the pulsars. The rhythmic radio waves from
the pulsar carry these thought waves back to the earth surface to direct
the DNA of modern species. When the super brain starts to decay itself
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biologically the thought waves in the super brain, in the form of a special
kind of electromagnetic spectrum, is released and it spreads outwards into
space.



      In the space the radio waves from different pulsars in our galaxy
carry back these thought waves to the earth. At earth surface the DNA in
species, receives these waves and acts accordingly to maintain rhythmic
biological processes. The DNA must have a highly sensitive biological
receiver to receive such radio impulses from space radio waves. They
influence the genetic compositions in modern cells to direct some vital
micro functions. All information about all PHCs and embryonic cells is
stored in the super brain. When it dies an eternal thought wave is
produced in our universe for controlling the bio-activities on the earth.
Such thought waves are moving around the living world riding over the
rhythmic radio waves and they control vital life activities through control on
the DNA.



       The rhythmic radio waves come from space, are reflected back into
space and again return towards the earth. The thought waves are
contained in the radio waves for ever. They carry always signals of thought
waves that were released by the Mahakaushik’s super brain. They must
remain in existence for next billions of years. Through the radio waves
such thought waves can travel in the whole of universe and may guide the
life on other solar systems. We know that the radio waves are part of the
electromagnetic spectrum and carry telephone calls, television signals or
data for communications satellites that makes all communications
possible.


       These thought waves will certainly guide life on other solar systems
and on other planets of our solar system, if the conditions support life. We
call these thought waves, which direct the DNA’s rhythmic processes for
life, GOD.
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9. The possible practical or experimental verification of Mahakaushik
Concepts



      To verify the concepts of Mahakaushik for the origin and evolution of
paired half cell and their development into enormous species, we have to
conduct some experiments.



       A. The master DNA and Mahakaushik originate in the earth space in
the polar orbit at MCIB at (-) 273o c. Scientists have to put a MCIB in polar
orbit before the moon orbit. After certain incubation period it should be
allowed to fall on the earth gradually in order to investigate the process of
origin of life through electromagnetism and constant sun radiation in the
polar orbit. The MCIB has a permanent sun-facing surface in polar orbit.
Only the sun-facing surface will produce life giving chemical reactions to
form an internal chemistry for rhythmic reactions to replicate its core
material in very short time. This will then produce genetic instruction in
earthly conditions when it falls down on the ground on frozen surface or
water surface. The present hot condition will originate life quickly and in
different forms that could be similar to the Aliens.



      Such experiment may also synthesize some potent biomaterial with
essence of life that will be able to trigger revolutionary treatment
techniques in modern medical sciences. The experiment will also provide
a great line of evidences to support the Mahakaushik concept. Dr Crage
Venter’s inventions suggest that the genetic instructions can develop cell
body around it showing that the genetic instructions can be synthesized
and they may get cell body automatically and naturally responding to the
earthly environment. Such new discovery provides evidence that genetic
instructions can be synthesized and then developed into a biological body.
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       B. Modern genetics may be able to synthesize YY chromosomes in
laboratory and then put it into an organism. If the organism accepts YY
chromosomes it will be a paired male. The second part of paired XX is
easily available in modern cells as female cell. To ascertain such biological
process experimentally, scientists have to make a pool of a large numbers
of PHCs from modern sex cells. Such two sets of similar PHCs will fuse
together to form a unique paired embryonic cell in laboratory. Different
types of experiments on genetic instructions to know about the
Mahakaushik-C and Mahakaushik-B can be undertaken scientifically in
normal genetic laboratories by genetic engineers. It is they who have the
ability to explore and grasp better understanding about the origin of genes
by Mahakaushik concept.

      C. Super thought waves: The super thought waves are present
around the earth and at frequencies that pass through the atmosphere
without being absorbed by water vapour. The DNA in the body receives
these signals from radio waves and acts accordingly to run the life through
sexual or asexual generations. The experts in the field of electromagnetic
spectrums or radiations must able to identify such thought waves that is
sensitive for DNA. These thought waves are responsible for the
continuation of life. The communications experts must see that the nuclear
explosions may disrupt such thought waves permanently!


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