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In order to be a grand unified theory of the universe, I needed to address the biological world to see how it might fit into my model. Given that biology is a HUGE field of study, of which I am no expert by any stretch of the imagination, I decided to go for “the home run” and investigate how DNA might fit into my model. If I could solve this, then the rest of biology should fall into place. Here’s what I discovered.

There seems to be two different types of DNA segments that appear to be mutually exclusive. They are called INTRONS and EXONS. Introns and Exons alternate in the pre-mRNA. The introns are removed and the exons are spliced together to form the mRNA. EMBED PBrush Well, the first time I read about this I became very excited. This all of a sudden sounded like something I could work with. It started to make sense. Exon are segments of DNA that code for proteins. Introns are segments of DNA that are “not used” or that are “not needed” to create proteins. They are often referred to as “junk DNA” because they have no apparent purpose.

Here’s what my model has to say about introns and exons. In my model, introns are the “strange attractors” (of the system) that cause the exons to “self organize” or “”express”” into the pattern or “gene” being produced. Introns are no more “junk DNA” than black holes are “junk collectors” of the universe. Strange attractors are hard to see. They exist but we don’t know what they are for. We can’t understand them so we “paint them black”. We call them Black Holes, and Dark Matter…Dark Evergy and “Dark Nucleic Acids” (get it…DNA) ;-)

Cell Division

Here’s another interesting connection. Introns are only prominent within multi-celled animals and plants. Single celled animals don’t seem to need introns. As I discussed earlier, black holes, or strange attractors, cause space-time to divide. Since introns seem to be a requirement for multi-celled animals, in my model I would guess that introns have something to do with cell division. Cell division causes increase in complexity in the animal, just as space-time division causes increase in complexity in the Mandelbrot Set.