Is this just another example of the mis-communication between scientists
trained in different disciplines?
Is it merely an artifact of the mis-use of terms?
In this case, can the mis-communication can be traced back to the
mis-understanding of the difference between the semiosis of mass
Thanks to Moises for the mention of my paper with Stuart Kauffman. If anyone is
interested in reading it one can find it at the following Web site:
Here is the abstract:
Propagating Organization: An Inquiry.
The original article
"Analysis of two high resolution nucleosome maps revealed strong
signals that—even though they do not constitute a definite proof—are
at least consistent with such a view."
> 2016-06-08 16:40 GMT-03:00 John Collier :
>> A previously hypothesized “second layer” of information in DNA may have
>> been isolated.
This is not exactly new, possibly the reason this paper didn't make it
to Nature or Science. See
Hi, John. It is amazing!!
I would like to highlight the word "constraints" at the caption of the DNA
"The rigid base-pair model is forced, using 28 *constraints *(indicated by
red spheres), into a lefthanded superhelical path that mimics the