The Universe in an Hourglass: A Time for Everything
DNA is found inside a remarkable area of the cell called the nuc leus. Because the cell is minuscule
and alive, structura l systems ha ve many DNA molecules per cell. Each DNA molecule is tightly
packaged. Each tiny organized bundle of compressed microscopic DNA, a long with prote ins, are
wrapped in what is called a chromosome. DNA spends a large amount of time in its chromosome form,
but during cell division, the package is opened.
As DNA unfolds, the Universal Truth within it is copied, and the copies transfer to new cells. The
science of genetics has beautifully simplifie d DNA into four chemical building blocks (everything)
required to complete an organism’s genome.
DNA is made up of chemica l building blocks called nuc leotides. Four nitrogen base s are found in
nuc leotides: adenine (A), cytosine (C), guanine (G) and thymine (T). In chemistry, a base is regularly
described as a substance that can accept hydrogen ions. The four bases are each assigned a one -letter
abbreviation. The sequence, of those bases is a ll that is needed to biologica lly instruct a strand of DNA.
For instance , the sequence (ATGCTT) might instruct for splendorous brown eyes, while (ATGCT)
might instruct for ma gnificent blue eyes. Other combinations create an array of stunningly v ibrant and
colorful eyes. The structure of a DNA molecule is sometimes referred to as a helix (whic h is a pair of
paralle l he lices running in opposite directions, intertwined, and he ld together by a neutra l common
Within the helix, “A” forms hydrogen bonds with “T” (on the opposite strand), and “G” forms
hydrogen bonds with “C” (on the opposite strand). The magnetic attraction of opposites holds a
sequence of DNA together. Each DNA sequence contains spec ific instructions to make a prote in and is
commonly referred to as a gene.
“One gene: everything when it comes to one gene,” just as the category “absolute everything,” can
be divided and vary greatly. There is a broad range , between one thousand aqueous nitrogen bases to
one million of those bases, in humans. The complete DNA guidebook (whole genome) for a human
being conta ins about 3 billion moist aqueous nitrogen bases and about 20,000 genes on 23 pa irs of
chromosomes. Simplistic knowledge such as the left and right side of the human body, t he Universal
Truth, (together the whole body), was understood (before DNA was decoded) to be a mirrored
reflection of what created it on the sma llest unfolding leve l. The Universa l Truth throughout, was, and
forever will be intertwined throughout the huma n genome. Every human being was, is, and forever will
be created in the image of the Universa l Truth. If opposites were not the Universa l Truth, all DNA
would unrave l and every human be ing would cease to exist.
Another historic question: What creates life on a subatomic leve l? Within the chemica l building
blocks of DNA there are subatomic partic les called the building blocks of life. In physics, subatomic
particles (which are partic les composing nuc leons and atoms) were brought into the light to be
observed more closely. It is well known by the scientific community that a nuc leon is a collective name
for two baryons, the neutron and the proton. It has also been well establishe d that the atom is the basic
unit of matter and consists of a compact, centra l nuc leus surrounded by a thunderous cloud of
negative ly charged electrons.
Inte llectua lly gifted sc ientific minds, through many years of individua l sacrifice, where able to
simplify the building blocks of life into three subatomic particles that make life possible : proton,
electron, and neutron. A proton has a positive charge. An electron has a negative charge. And a neutron
has a neutral charge.
If the Universal Truth were not sc ientific , then the Earth would unrave l as every building block of
life disintegrated and all other scientific discoveries vanishe d.