Category Archives: cancer

There are no dumb questions.

This post is about one of the many comments I have been receiving regarding certain posts that strike a chord with people. Here is the link to that post: Can the Linear Chromosome Model Be Saved? “Fantastic post however , … Continue reading

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It’s November, 2017 and still no follow up!

This is a pic I downloaded from pixacopy.com and modified with additional text. Note that as the chromosome unwinds and is released from proteins, etc., it becomes a single strand of linear DNA. If the process continues, the whole chromosome … Continue reading

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Talk’s cheap. How about some results?

I’ve posted a lot of stuff here about my 20+ year old research on chromosome structure for over seven years now and the lack of any overt follow up by the mainstream scientific community has been amazingly underwhelming. Perhaps there … Continue reading

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DNA Clones From Adult Cells Are Like an Optical Illusion

Why are cell biologists so adamant that all the cells in your body can be used for cloning tissues or even entire humans? If you have been following any of my posts, you know I have an axe to grind … Continue reading

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Dark DNA, Part III

  Well, it’s about time for another post. So, here goes… Sorry to throw an intimidating diagram at you right off the bat. You might want to skip over this and read the text which will explain it better. Better … Continue reading

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Dark DNA, Part II

If you are just now reading this post I suggest skipping back to the preceding one to get a better understanding of “dark DNA”. This is a very busy picture, I know, but let’s take it one step at a time, … Continue reading

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“Dark DNA”?

https://sciencr.com/introducing-dark-dna-the-phenomenon-that-could-change-how-we-think-about-evolution/ I found this article on Facebook and responded directly to the author about it. Here is my post: “Dark, hard to find GC rich DNA? Could this be due to a technology issue because of the way DNA is … Continue reading

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