Category Archives: Fallacies in science

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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Anatomy of the Peer Review System

The average scientist belongs to a whipped dog breed.  All one needs to do is read just one of their peer reviewed papers to confirm it.  They start out well enough with an abstract or synopsis of the paper, giving … Continue reading

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The biggest myth ever told by biologists

Why are human chromosomes depicted as single linear strands of DNA in every textbook and practically every scientific article ever printed? I know I’m going out on a limb by calling out practically every DNA scientist that lives or ever … Continue reading

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Chromonomes?

I have been browsing the web via Google and come across a number of catchy words and phrases such as chromonome (not chromosome), genome assemblies, contigs, scaffolds, micro-synteny, non-random chromosome organization, and chromosome level assemblies. All of this terminology refers … Continue reading

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More OSU Research Fraud

If you search for OSU research fraud scandals on the internet, you will find several links. Here are three of them, including one that was published today. I find these both distressing and disturbing, considering that I am an OSU … Continue reading

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Quantum leaps in cellular evolution

This is my first post this month and it is dedicated to all the people out there who use computers, be ye geeks or otherwise. Pretty much everyone knows what a thumb drive is, right? It’s the little stick you … Continue reading

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Collaboration Re-visited

The same ole same ole just won’t do…
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