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Originally posted by 2theC
I can not argue your logic as I am no expert in math, or DNA sequencing. I believe you are on to something.
Originally posted by Xtrozero
My god you people must not have an IQ much higher than 150...
I'll give you all a clue that was quite obvious after about 30 seconds and why it looks familiar to many...
It is read counter clockwise since that is how the earth turns when one looks down from the top of it, and we all know that computers are based on binary, but who cares since that is a quadnary code based on the four basic RNA chemicals digits A,C,G,T used in every organism's genetic structure.
Now please don't force me to actually read it to you all and tell you what it represents...come on...
Originally posted by C11H17N2NaO2S
reply to post by kdial1
Are you nuts?
Let's try and crack it?
Its a crop circle that all.
Crack this instead
1) Draw or illustrate how you would draw a line of infinite length enclosed in finite space.
surely a line of infinite length can only be depicted as a circle - if a line has a beginning then it must have an end (eventually) and therefore not be infinite. so to answer your question, if i draw one circle (ie the infinite line) inside another (ie the depiction of finite space) - do i win a doughnut?
Originally posted by Doja112
On a swedish forum one guy writes that i says "pater noster qui es in caelis"
Originally posted by jasmine23
reply to post by Xtrozero
Are you refering to the DNA molecules that make up a organism?