Results for "genetics"


    • Oliver Thewalt

      The interpretation of DNA by western science is wrong until today

        Quote: "The two scientists did in fact use what they saw in Photo 51 as the basis for their famous model of DNA, which they published on March 7, 1953, and for which they received a Nobel Prize in 1962. Crick and Watson were also able to take most of the credit for the finding: When publi...

      Tags: interpretation dna, rosalind franklin, crick, watson, genetics, mathematics, pvalues, zika virus, autism, mers coronavirus, western science, immune system, system biology

      • Oliver Thewalt

        By miscegenation with homo neanderthalensis homo sapiens has inherited the HLA complex from homo neanderthalensis

        By miscegenation with homo neanderthalensis, homo sapiens has inherited the HLA complex from h. neanderthalensis who lived in a cold zone in middle Europe at that time. The HLA complex "trains" our immune system for the Epstein Barr Virus, which is no more a direct threat for h.sapiens, but still...


        • Oliver Thewalt

          Genetics, Human Migration, and the Sociology of Race

          Comments by DuJuan Ross and Oliver Thewalt   IntroductionIn today’s polyglot society, with so many ethnic groups intermixing, we need to make students realize that there is only one Human Race. When we encourage students to start thinking of themselves as one, all related, they can r...

          Tags: genetics, human migration, sociology of race