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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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Would you like to learn more?

Howdy, folks! I have been receiving a number of comments from people who say they are struggling with the blog concepts. As a teacher, I find this a little frustrating because I have no idea what concepts are causing issues … Continue reading

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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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Could our DNA have evolved from simple viruses?

In this blog, I discuss the evolution of complex organisms from more primitive ancestors. When I do this, I go way, way, way back in time.. before mammals, dinosaurs, fish, simple sponges, one celled protozoa, and even before the first … Continue reading

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Are textbook depictions of our chromosomes accurate?

In probably every textbook illustration you can find on human chromosome structure, there is always the same recurring theme: They are depicted as simple, linear strands of DNA wound up much like garden hoses or balls of twine.  However, you … Continue reading

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