Monthly Archives: July 2017

Trailer Park Guy Upturns 150 Years of Biology

I love this kind of stuff. How a Guy From a Montana Trailer Park Upturned 150 Years of Biology   Advertisements

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Circular DNA throws biologists for a loop

Well, the biological community is finally starting to wake up to the fact that circular DNA may have some valid reason for more rigorous study because it comes in all different sizes, packed with (guess what?) chromosomal genes! These circles … Continue reading

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Why are these not in biology textbooks?

I bet you’ve never seen anything like this in a biology textbook! Now why is that? Click on the picture to learn more. “Bad Science” Is Everywhere…. Our So-Called ‘Tolerant’ Society Is Actually Very Dogmatic Read more at: http://www.intellectualtakeout.org/blog/our-so-called-tolerant-society-actually-very-dogmatic © … Continue reading

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