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The Pool of Bethesda

The Pool of Bethesda “Beth hesda” is Hebrew for “House of mercy” Interestingly enough, Bethesda, Maryland is named after the old Bethesda Meeting House, which takes it’s name from the Pool of Bethesda story in the Bible. I used to … Continue reading

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Creating New Organisms with 3-D Printed DNA [VIDEO]

Creating New Organisms with 3-D Printed DNA During the early 1980’s I lived and worked in Bethesda, Maryland, and I would make deliveries to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) on a daily basis. I remember a local news story … Continue reading

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“O brave new world, that has such people in it!”

As I said in my book “The World Perceived” it doesn’t take much imagination to realize that if one can create an entire computer virtual world using a simple binary code of “1” and “0” God could certainly create the physical world using a simple code of “A”, “C”, “G”, “T” (= adenine, cytosine, guanine, and thymine). Likewise, scientists are doing the same thing. The question is “Do we have the wisdom needed to do this?” Continue reading

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