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Physical DNA Looks Like Twistor-space 'DNA'

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Posted by Alan on November 18, 2001 04:12:45 UTC

I wasn't writing about what you usually call DNA in our physical world.

I was writing about the possibility of solving the problems of the variety of theories involving such things as Roger Penrose's 'twistors' in multiple dimensions; superstrings; the step by step construction of space-time; etc. by considering that there is a DNA-like geometry which constructs space-time etc. via complementary matches utilising four triplets; reminiscent of physical DNA, but a highly abstract concept.

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