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Salk Scientists See 3D Structure of DNA

When I was a very young man (pre-college I believe) I wrote a letter to Jonas Salk about a way to combat cancer using immunotherapy. He actually wrote me back and asked if I was working in the field! Amazing, … Continue reading

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Most Scientific Studies Today Are ‘Fake” Science’

Going after science for all the wrong reasons…
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Would you like to help?

I have been getting lots of favorable comments on my blogs recently and I will go out on a limb by assuming the majority of them are “real”. Please understand I am an old school baby boomer who has a … Continue reading

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Evidence for hierarchical endosymbiosis

In this blog, there are numerous references regarding hierarchical endosymbiosis. Simply put, this phrase means that cells swallowed smaller cells that were, in turn,  swallowed by larger cells and so forth. Not only did this swallowing happen, but the genetic material of … Continue reading

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Pericentriolar recycling endosomes

The pericentriolar recycling endosome is a fascinating organelle. It localizes within the centriolar regions of an animal cell where it does its job of degrading and recycling cell debris, including bacterial remnants.  The location of this activity is reminescent of … Continue reading

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