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Today on the topic of genetics .
Part 1-4 
deepL translate:
Does the genetic paternity test work?
(Part 1)
The DNA that makes up the chromosomes in cell nuclei changes independently in all cells, tissues and organs. With every change in diet, health and disease, exercise and all the influences that affect us, their composition changes immediately.
Basic research has long since moved away from the idea of fixed genes, without revising the old idea of stable DNA and genes in medicine and the public. Depending on the university, students are beginning to be taught that genes of all kinds would now exist in different variations and that this would cause problems with the evaluation of genetic tests.
Nevertheless, genetic tests are offered in medicine, justice, and also commercially. 
deepL translate:
Does genetic fingerprinting work in forensics?
(Part 2)
Since it is known that the DNA of our chromosomes is constantly changing, this substance cannot be the genetic material. 
Scientific proof that genetic tests measure genes and genetic fingerprints can prove identity or kinship can therefore not exist. 
Nevertheless, new genes are constantly claimed, genetic tests are patented and people are arrested or released on the basis of the "genetic fingerprint". 
Since the scientists in question and the Federal Criminal Police Office have so far remained silent on whether there are published studies in which several DNA samples previously halved in two independent laboratories could be reassigned to each other, the official responsible in the Federal Ministry of Health can now be held accountable.
deepL translate:
Where is hereditary information stored?
(Part 3)
In reality, science does not know where hereditary information is stored, certainly not in the DNA, because this changes continuously, regardless of the "neighbouring cell". The prevailing image of a stable gene that remains the same throughout life and has the same effect and can be passed on is biologically impossible. Even at birth, identical twins are "genetically" different.
The so-called genetic fingerprint is not calibrated and, like the HIV test, can be "manipulated" at will. 
Thus, virtually anyone can be tested identically with any DNA sample and thus, for example, be "tested" as a felon, although in reality they are innocent. No one can say how many people are innocently in prison because of so-called genetic testing.
deepL translate:
What is the genetic data?
(Part 4)
"Gene data" is nothing more than the current footprint of an individual's metabolism. Mind you, "rough footprint" and not "identifiable fingerprint". 
And they do not allow any conclusions to be drawn about how the metabolism will develop and behave in the future, or whether one will have cancer or another "disease" in 20 years with a higher risk.
The results so far show random DNA, a misunderstood "genetic" mishmash - no one knows what it really means after more than 30 years of research.
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The trick of “ Genetics”
Genetics completely failed
  • The DNA/ RNA is not specific.
  • DNA is not a fixed blueprint
  • DNA ‘s primary purpose is to generate energy
  • DNA/ RNA is at best a footprint of a metabolism at the time of the event
DNA Test -Does not work
  • Does the genetic paternity test work? 
  • Does genetic fingerprinting work in forensics?
  • Where is hereditary information stored?
  • What is the genetic data?
All the claims about cloning are nothing more than science fiction. 
  • There are no genetic diseases, no cancer gene
  • genetic engineering is a myth-misinterpretations and full of contradictions.
  • DNA cannot be our hereditary material as it changes continuously and rapidly ( already known for more than 20 years )
  • Epigenetics was invented to keep the belief  of inheritance through DNA 
  • The idea: genes would change continuously but still be responsible for heredity.
  • an attempt to build a bridge between belief and reality
  • commercialised as personalised medicine 
  • reinforces the existing fear of one's own body and diagnosis, as they cannot offer an explanation or a therapy.  So they do even more harm