Results for "dna model"


    • Oliver Thewalt

      Rosalind Franklin. It's about time we gave some credit to the mother of the double-helix.

      Rosalind Franklin BiographyChemist (1920–1958)

      Tags: Rosalind Franklin, double-helix, picture 51, dna model, francis crick, james watson, X-ray diffraction, Laboratoire Central des Services Chimiques de l'Etat in Paris, X-ray crystallography, Maurice Wilkins

      • Oliver Thewalt

        The science community should retract the Nobel from Crick and Watson

        The science community should retract the Nobel from Crick and Watson, giving it to Rosalind Franklin posthumously, and accuse Crick and Watson for racism, discrimination of women in science and murder of Rosalind Franklin, because they destroyed her career, her dreams and her life, outcasted her ...

        Tags: retract nobel from crick and watson, rosalind franklin, dna model, double helix, racism, discrimination of women, photo 51, cancer, virome, virus, alan turing, clara immerwahr, fritz haber, katherine johnson, chemical war ww1, alfred nobel, hidden figures

        • Oliver Thewalt

          Why observations by visible light are misleading and interpretations by p-values are debunked - Inner fractal Evolution Theory

          Observations by visible light are misleading about the attribution of cause and effect, because every microorganism and every particle or human being are unique and partly randomly and because the photon comes "into existence" at Black Hole to particle states (Horizons), this is why conclusions b...