Category Archives: endosymbionts

Symbiosis literally means “together with life”. There are a number of symbiotic relationships such as predator/prey, parasite/host, commensalism where one partner benefits without harming the other, and mutualism where all partners benefit from the relationship. Endosymbiosis is when a small partner is physically within the cells of another larger partner. It could theoretically include all of the relationships previously described. In this blog, I focus on endosymbiosis that is mutualistic. I believe it has been a driving force in the evolution of eukaryotic cells, such as we have.

A Grand Unifying Theory?

As you may already know, I have posted a fair number of videos about chromosome evolution on Bitchute.  Yesterday, I finished uploading and publishing another video there which pretty much wraps up everything I have to say on the matter, … Continue reading

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How do You Make a Human Being From a Single Cell?

How chromosomes and DNA may work together to make us and every complex animal out of a single cell. This is a revised version of a previous video which has been deleted from this blog. Welcome to 2019! The first … Continue reading

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Rubber Band Models

I recently put up another video on my you tube channel Cryptic Chromosome Structure called Chromosome Video II 2018. It is a companion video to the earlier one called Chromosome Video 2018.  Both of these videos use rubber bands to … Continue reading

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Mainstream Science Has Chromosome Structure All Wrong

Mainstream science has chromosome structure all wrong. Here is the new chromatid pic off the video:      

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What difference does it make to you how chromosomes are put together?

This is your friendly retired scientific pest making his presence known…..AGAIN! Sigh! This particular post is not for jaded scientists per se but rather for you, the average blog surfer who is looking for the latest and greatest on the … Continue reading

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Human circular DNA is commonplace

As of late, I have been somewhat lax in my perusal of the literature.  I guess my retirement is finally getting the best of me. Anyway, I did a little fishing online today and came up with a fine catch. … Continue reading

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