I find it amazing that scientists are able to tinker with DNA to generate an apparent infinite variety of two and three dimensional objects that are incredibly complex, detailed, and highly symmetrical, some like snowflakes. You can learn more about this nanotechnology by clicking on the link below:
So my question is this: Why is it so difficult to connect the dots here? If man can generate such a wide array of DNA superstructures, why can’t nature? More to the point, the ability to exploit DNA in such a fashion is more than mere coincidence. Nature has been using complex DNA superstructures for eons to generate the chromosomes necessary for the complexity of multicellular life that now exists on this planet.
Learn more about natural DNA “origami” by reviewing this blog or contacting Dr. Frank Abernathy: firstname.lastname@example.org