MayBe Art is DNA

John Manzi
“RT 3”
digital photograph

Dr. James Watson
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
DNA micrograph film image 1952

“The very consciousness that enables us to probe the workings of our cells is the ancient process of bacterial genetic transfer. We are part of a net work that comes from the original bacterial takeover of the Earth and rearrangement of the same chemical explosion as the big bang also what everything is made of. Our DNA is derived in an unbroken sequence from the same molecules in the earliest cells that formed at the edges of the first warm, shallow oceans. Our ability to make new kinds of life can be seen as the newest way in which organic memory- lives recall and activation of the past in present-becomes more acute.”

Lynn Margulis
Professor L. Margulis, Department of Geosciences, University of Massachusetts-Amherst

DNA is a chemical compound found inside the nucleus of a living cell. It contains all the genetic information about an organism. DNA molecules act like little factories: they produce proteins, which then build or maintain all the systems of the body.
Deoxyribonucleic acid is a nucleic acid containing the genetic instructions used in the development and functioning of all known living organisms.