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Thread: Genius and insanity DNA, 23andme, rs6994992, rs1800955, CRISPR, DRD4, NRG1

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    rs6994992 - C/C

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    YSEQ: Y-DNA R1-R1a-M459-M198-M417-CTS4385-L664-S2894-S2880 "All known downstream branches have been confirmed negative."

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    An old study from Iceland on it before DNA testing began:

    Genetic association of giftedness and creativity with schizophrenia

    JON LOVE KARLSSON
    National Archives, Reykjavik, Iceland
    Hereditas 66: 177-182 (1970)
    (Received September 14, 1970)

    This comparative study of Icelanders, born during the period 1881-1910, indicates that close relatives of psychotic individuals have a significantly increased probability of being considered persons of eminence. Their rate of listing in Who Is Who is doubled, both in regard to general listings and those based on artistic or scholastic endeavors. Review of relevant literature supports the view that the dominant principal gene proposed for schizophrenia may in a heterozygous state lead to cerebral stimulation, with improved performance in areas of giftedness and creativity
    https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/...d=nlm%3Apubmed
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    rs6994992: CC
    rs1800955: CT

    Hmm I guess I agree with novelty seeking but I don’t know what the first one is

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    I fluked my way onto the World genius directory via a high range verbal IQ test . So I guess I'm not totally stupid .
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    what the original poster was describing as a hallucination sounds like its actually synesthesia. which is not a mental illness. its a neurological phenomenon.
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    As David Cutler, a geneticist from Emory University who was not involved in the study put it: If artistic ability is a mile-long road where someone with high creativity stands at one end and someone with low creativity stands at the other, these genetic variations will only collectively explain about four meters (13 feet) of the distance. So not much at all, but not nothing either.
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