A significant paradigm shift occurred in recent years in our understanding of how a genetic life emerged on Earth. Simultaneously, in astrophysics the concept of our place in the universe has been redefined. It created a much different picture of how life interconnects to the environment and our place and purpose in it.
Spilling into healthcare and ecology, we are able to now better heal, nurture and fine-tune our DNA by caring for our epigenome (the network of chemical compounds surrounding DNA that can modify the genome). This created better understanding of how we interconnect with our world and environment. We are standing on the edge of an era of genomics and cyborgs... in a yet unimagined new world.
Redefining a living interconnected network perceptive of change on all levels, we need to increase awareness of how healthcare and social development programs must be based on open, yet principled, interactions to face the future. From cellular level to complex social networks this demands improving and enriching our environments and abolishing poverty and inequality. It emphasises the value of organisations contributing to preventing disease by eliminating stress caused by mental and toxic environmental factors and corruption.
Above all it must operate under a sound, reliable and universally acceptable ethic.
By seeing the genome as part of a living and network, we promote better understanding of this consonance. Our work has no cultural, racial, species or social boundaries, or any religious or institutionalised affiliations. We are committed to reduce suffering, fight corruption, reduce poverty and promote moral conduct, equality and healthy living.
We want to ensure all the advances of new technology and genitc medicine will reach an interconnected global community —fairly.