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Dna artwork

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Then in 2016, a true ghost emerged from the genomes of 44 individuals who lived in the Middle East between 14,000 and 3400 years ago. Their DNA held genetic markers indicative of a distinct group of ancient H. sapiens based in the region more than 45,000 years ago. The members of this population are now known as Basal Eurasians, and they present a conundrum. Their DNA, which is still found in modern Europeans, shows none of the telltale signs of interbreeding with Neanderthals. | New Scientist

Prehistoric humans were sexual adventurers, mating with Neanderthals and Denisovans, but DNA studies reveal dalliances with populations we never knew existed

Ribbon of Life

Double Helix Modern Sculpture | “Ribbon of Life” is a modern representation of the DNA Double Helix which is at the basis of life. The Ribbon is extremely complex, with near infinite potential, yet is elegant in its design. The coupling of DNA marks a significant creative act.

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Artwork by Bill Sanderson, “Dna In All Living Things” I am wishing to say one thing, Incessantly telling another, My faculties Daft. Am I slipping in my mind, forgetting Or only now rem…

Artwork by Bill Sanderson, “Dna In All Living Things” I am wishing to say one thing, Incessantly telling another, My faculties Daft. Am I slipping in my mind, forgetting Or only now rem…

DNA is awesome for our project. Firstly its scientific. It looks abstract and spiritual. DNA means the essential code and system of a thing. And it looks like a ladder. Tefillah is called a Sulam. Finally note how it spins - it looks like an aleph! Surely we could do something with that.

DNA is awesome for our project. Firstly its scientific. It looks abstract and spiritual. DNA means the essential code and system of a thing. And it looks like a ladder. Tefillah is called a Sulam. Finally note how it spins - it looks like an aleph! Surely we could do something with that.