Saturday, October 10, 2009

The Human Genome in 3 Dimensions | Wired Science |

This is it, folks. You and I in a nutshell, figuratively speaking. What is this? A ball of yarn? You may ask. Nooo, this is the human genome, in 3-D rendition. To sum it all up, this is the best 3-D rendition scientists were able to come up with, and scientists "can now investigate how the very shape of the genome, and not just its DNA content, affects human development and disease."

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The Human Genome in 3 Dimensions | Wired Science |


(1) IF the Bible is indeed the words of God, our creator, shouldn't it, in addition to general rules of proper behaviors within a societal structure, also act as a guidebook of sort and at least give us some insights into how our body works?? It can shave off a few years in medical advances and lives can be saved.

(2) On the other hand, am I really to believe that this entire complexity occurred entirely by chance? Especially with the Law of Entropy (that when left alone, entropy always increases) looming over our head?

Hmmmm, perplexing.

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