21345 Views
128 Comments

fsm dna

Published January 28th, 2007 by Bobby Henderson

During the course of my research into condensed stages of DNA my colleague and I came upon this paper.  “Nanoscopic structure of DNA condensed for gene delivery”, Dunlap et al, Nucleic Acids Research, (1997), Vol 25, No. 15, Pgs 3095-3101.

Please examine Figure 2c, and be enlightened.

In fact DNA seems to naturally condense into nano-toroids reminiscent of his Noodliness.  Since DNA is the precursor for all life, and His image is seen in DNA, then we must assume that The Most High Pasta is in us all.

May his appendages be ever moist.
Ramen

Mike

fsm_dna1.jpg



128 Responses to “fsm dna”

  1. SaucyWench says:

    I have an alternate, yet compatible observation that the endoplasmic reticulum, at least the representations I’ve seen, is rather noodly-looking. Coincidence? I think not. And what about the irrepressible mitochondria, swashbuckling about in the intercellular sea harvesting ATP from hapless glucose molecules? Rather piratey, I’d say.

  2. Peter Popoff says:

    Holy crap! Saucy!
    I don’t know none of them there words! Yikes!

  3. The atheist revolutionary says:

    RAmen!!
    FSM is great

  4. Captain Mad John Kidd says:

    @ P.P.

    Cell Biology 101

  5. SaucyWench says:

    @P.P., I couldn’t help it. The original poster said “nano” and got me going. I’m a nerd, I’ll admit it, but many who have posted here are much more conversant in the physical sciences than I. Every now and then, I like to say mitochondria, though. It sends shivers down my spine.

  6. Vera Fedele says:

    come non arrendersi davanti all’evidenza? dal profondo del DNA Egli ci parla, ci tocca!
    (italian) RAmen!

  7. Alice Wonder says:

    Just goes to show there are nano FSM in all of us, even the non-believers. *insert woo-woo nano jive here*

  8. Alchemist says:

    Saucy. You bring those mitochondria up whenever you can! Especially the bit about them having different DNA to the parent organism. Symbiosis rules!

Leave a Reply