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DNA Strand in DNA

DNA

What is life made of?

Patterns of energy. Yes, but for the sake of argument let’s say atoms, molecules, DNA. If each of the particles in a DNA strand are just tight little knots of space time (this is an adaption of loop quantum gravity by the way), if they are then the bonds between the molecules form because of a process akin to what they are still calling singularity formation. Even though this idea also may have to be dropped, each DNA strand would be its own little multiverse. What do you think of that?

It’s almost impossible for me to conceive of such a thing. Although at some level it seems inevitable. Basically, a “black hole” links one atom to another.

And we could be just one atom in someone else’s DNA.

Well, our DNA is from our parents DNA right? It is an iteration of our parents DNA, yes, copy or repetition though not a perfect copy. Looked at a macroscopic level, nature seems to stutter and display dementia, repeats and forgets itself when replicating DNA. This is what appears to happen.

Now to explain why DNA combines the way it does…

To continue with the model of atoms as being little bundles of space time, and the links between atoms being black holes or the equivalent… Well, according to multiverse theory, in order for one multiverse to display its own specific set of possibilities, other universes would have to exist that explain the opposite. They cancel out the tendency for our universe to exist, or more specifically for a specific atom to exist.

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Matter/antimatter? In a sense, but much more than binary so we have to go into information theory. If each atom is its own little universe, its own bubble of space time, then it has some dimension in time. It means it has a history, which would give it a direction of evolution, or to use quantum theory, a spin.

This one atom universe would have to exchange information with another such atom universe in order to maintain it’s own integrity, and there you have a simple molecule. One atom bonded to one other atom and the starts of DNA. There is no actual way to distinguish DNA from any other matter in our universe if you stick to particle theory, is there?

It’s the largest molecule in the universe…by a lot. Bigger than all the others put together.

Your thoughts are welcome. Be well friends.

Travis Saunders
Dragon Intuitive
~science,mysticism,spirituality~

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