DETROIT, Jan. 24, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Whether or not human history is a simulation designed by microbes is debatable. Yet, a new study by Judy Kay King called Balls of Fire, a Science of Life and Death provides scientific evidence that human behavior is based on underlying physical and chemical principles inherited from our microbial ancestors that exist in our cells for gene expression. Since a human being has far more microbial genes than human genes, a microbial DNA toolkit for evolution exists. King shows how baseball, myth, religion, art, alchemy, psychology, capitalism, and key cultural milestones are signs of microbial mechanisms for human evolution, suggesting that our microbial DNA is influencing our behavior. According to this genetic influence, the purpose of human life is to learn how to evolve into a new form of information.
King examines human history through the dual lens of contemporary science and human behavior. Her continuing research builds on The Isis Thesis (2004), a study of Ancient Egyptian signs (literature, artwork, ritual, architecture) that she presented at the 2006 Second International Congress for Young Egyptologists in Lisbon, Portugal. In addition, between 2005 and 2014, King wrote 12 peer-reviewed articles published in international journals, showing our historical cultural behavior maps a microbial DNA blueprint for evolution.
Summarizing this research in Balls of Fire, King uses a baseball model of two teams of historical thinkers as evidence for and against her claims. King organizes Balls of Fire in five sections: Spring Training, Baseball Diamonds, Pregame, Fly-Ball Ferris Wheel, and Opening Day. As center fielder Mickey Mantle said, "It's unbelievable how much you don't know about the game you've been playing all your life."
In Balls of Fire, King explains the pharaoh's mythology and ball-throwing rite, showing how baseball originated in Ancient Egypt to express a microbial DNA blueprint for human evolution. Religious themes also mirror microbial DNA activities, and the élite of other cultures, such as the emperors of early China, were aware of this evolutionary message. The bottom line is that evolution by microbial mechanisms may be possible because our ancestors—microbes—have created us and the transactional laws with an inbuilt circularity in our cells.
As King states, "Welcome to the game of the centuries. Historically, this microbiological message for human evolution was distorted, satanized, literalized, or secreted by the power élite. However, if you can read the signs and see the patterns of human behavior in history, then the message is still present for anyone."
Published by Envision Editions, Ltd., Balls of Fire won First Place in "Body, Mind, Spirit" for Reader Views Literary Awards (2015-2016). The study was also a 2015 Finalist in the 18th annual Foreword Reviews' INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards in the same nonfiction adult category. For FREE peer-reviewed published articles, see http://www.isisthesis.com
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