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, at least for the time being.  In short, this last video tries to explain everything I managed to glean from the light and electron microscopic images I took over thirty years ago at Ohio State University; in short, a capstone for a grand unifying theory of cellular evolution. This theory begins with simple viruses, bacteria, and finally works its way up to complex multicellular organisms such as ourselves.

Since I am a scientist, I cannot sit here and tell you that what I am stating in this blog or on any of my videos is gospel. No “real” scientist would ever do such a thing. All I can do is analyze what data I do have, peruse the literature to find any supporting evidence (or lack thereof), and adjust my analyses accordingly. That’s the best anybody can do, really. I hope you can take some time to visit this last video and let me know your thoughts. I will give you two “teaser” pictures to get you going “wink”.

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Hierarchical endosymbiosis

 

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This is Why Scientists Can’t Have Nice Things

Top 90 year old DNA scientist has honors revoked by PC police.

Burn!

 

 

 

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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 ten seconds of this video gives you a still view of how our chromosomes may actually be put together as compared to actual photomicrographic evidence. This video is an upgrade  from the last one based on feedback I received. The rest of the video tries to explain chromosome structure in terms that you should understand. Please watch at least nine minutes of it. The rest is optional. Once you do, you will wonder why mainstream science has ignored all of this for almost 30 years.

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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 explain how DNA may be put together inside of chromosomes.  The first video is over 20 minutes long and goes into more detail about chromosome models at the end. The second one is only 13 minutes long and tries to get right to the point for those of you with little time to spare. I recommend viewing the second one first and waiting for the first one to load next.

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Video I

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Mainstream Science Has Chromosome Structure All Wrong

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Mainstream science has chromosome structure all wrong.

Here is the new chromatid pic off the video:

 

 

 

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