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”.