Monthly Archives: June 2016

Genes that boss other genes around

I was nosing around you tube and found a Nova video entitled “What Darwin Never Knew“, July, 2012. What was particularly interesting to me was a section starting around one hour and four minutes into the video. Just prior to this, the … Continue reading

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This is a post for scientists who make a living from DNA

This has been moved to the page “Rantings of a Mad Scientist” This is a post for scientists who make a living from DNA  

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Can the linear chromosome model be saved?

(Click here for the latest posts) In my last post (just below this one) I indicated that the linear chromosome model shown in textbooks may violate the second law of thermodynamics because of the sizes of DNA circles that would … Continue reading

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The linear DNA model for human chromosomes violates the second law of thermodynamics

DNA circles go into our chromosomes. Conventional theory states that they when they enter, they fuse with the main chromosome and become a linear segment of it. DNA circles also come out of our chromosomes. Conventional theory says this means they … Continue reading

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Why circles instead of linear DNA?

DNA circles go into our chromosomes. Conventional theory states that they when they enter, they fuse with the main chromosome and become a linear segment of it. DNA circles also come out of our chromosomes. Conventional theory says this means they … Continue reading

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