Global warming induces a genomic change in humans. Global warming induces endosymbiotic archaeal and RNA viroidal growth. The primitive archaeal DNA is integrated along with RNA viroids which are converted to their corresponding DNA by the action of redox stress induced HERV reverse transcriptase into the human genome by the redox stress induced HERV integrase. The archaeal DNA sequences that are integrated into the human genome forms endogenous archaeal human genomic sequences akin to HERV sequences and can function as jumping genes regulating genomic DNA flexibility. The integrated endogenous genomic archaeal sequences can get expressed in the presence of redox stress forming endosymbiotic archaeal particles which can function as a new organelle called the archaeaons. This leads on to the evolution of a new human phenotype. The endosymbiotic archaea leads to climate change related human disease- cancer, autoimmunity, schizophrenia, autism, neurodegeneration and metabolic syndrome.
Dr Ravikumar Kurup is the Director of the Metabolic Disorders Research Centre, Trivandrum. His areas of interest are Cognitive Neurology and Metabolic Medicine.
Parameswara Achutha Kurup
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Climate change, disease
SCIENCE / General