Re: Morphic fields

From: Kenneth Van Oost (
Date: Sun Aug 19 2001 - 20:24:36 BST

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    > It used to be that the blueprints of the body were stored sequentially in
    > genes. As I learned in my cell biology class in college, this is no
    > taken seriously by most researchers. Now it's believed that genetic
    > information is somehow lodged in the nonlinear "dance" of genes with each
    > other and with proteins.

    Hi Dace,

    Could you spare any reference of where I can find more about the
    belief that genetic information is somehow lodged !?
    Thanks in advance !!



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