Lovely essay from Olivia Judson on the cytosine she came across while sorting through her father’s possessions–part of the original Watson & Crick model that Horace somehow got his hands on, presumably through Crick. I remember hearing from Horace about that cytosine, though I never chanced to see it.
With that model, in a way, DNA became real. It acquired form humans could perceive. It gained a legible structure, it became an image. It took on an identity, on the way to becoming an expression of our own identity.
2 thoughts on “A Piece of DNA – Olivia Judson”
(f) The second team comprised those who were considered the weakest
in the group, while the third were those considered the
strongest. But there are some services that law firm needs, which include court reporting
services, video text synchronization, record collection,
document review, complex lawsuit support, and deposition support.
Myth #2: Technology will replace the court reporter.
That’s awesome. I used to know this street-person back in Berkeley in the 1970s who spoke like that. He also wore a purple suit and shouted “RAW!!!” at you. Ah, the good old days…
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