The size of the penis is like the color of the eye, the figure, the bodywork, the shade of the skin, and we are inherited. If your father or granddad had a big penis, you've got every chance to get exactly the same. The clutches to understand the heirlooms of the sexual organ hide in the secrets of DNA molecules, this double spiral that retains genetically encoded information. Big DNA plots are identical to all people.
We all have ears, legs, kidneys, etc. But there are DNA sites that are very different from different people. There's short DNA on these sites. These areas, whose functions have not yet been fully clarified, are always repeated as an empty record. On these amazingly diverse sites, it is possible to identify the characteristics that distinguish one person from the other, the colour of the hair, the eye, the shape of the nose, the blood type, growth and, of course, the size and shape of a male member. Each individual (with the exception of twins) has its own unique DNA, its own unique sample. Scientists working in forensic science use these DNAs (which can be extracted from saliva, blood or sperm) as a reliable tool to identify the suspect.
Researchers have recently launched one of the most ambitious projects ever undertaken by a man. As part of international cooperation, using powerful high-speed computers, scientists intend to create a map of genes or an encyclopedia of hundreds of thousands of genes that make DNA molecules. When the programme is completed in the next century, scientists will be able to identify specific genes that cause hereditary diseases. After all, we'll find out what the genes are making our eyes blue, what the hair is, what the springs are. In addition, there will be a DNA gene that determines the size of a male member. Using genetic engineering, it would be possible to provide any interested member he likes more. I think a long member like the Osla will probably use the most popularity!
The programme provides for two types of genetic manipulation: Somatic gene therapy and linear genetic therapy. In the first option, the genes are extracted, thus causing changes in the body, but these changes do not affect your progeny. With linear gene therapy, there's a change in your genetic structure that will affect your future. It is believed that any, even purely cosmetical, manipulation affects somatic gene therapy.