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    Pashuteh Yid

    In the spirit of vnahafoch hu, I will now argue the other side of the coin, because all science is in the Torah, it may be possible for gedolim to learn it from there.

    Let’s start with molecular biology:

    DNA has 4 bases: Adenine, Guanine, Cytosine, and Thymine.

    I can find the first part of each one in Maaseh Breishis:

    Adenine–from ADEN

    Guanine–from GAN

    Cytosine–from ChYTO Eretz

    Thymine–al pnei TeHoM

    Next, RNA transcribes DNA, and the sequence is translated into a protein.

    vNaHaR yotzei meiADeN lhashkos es ha GaN (gene). (RNA leaves DNA to activate the GeNe.) Note: the letters H and A are interchangeable (Rashi in many places.)

    Umesham yipared vhayah larbaah roshim. From there it splits (replicates by unzipping) and becomes four strands. (Two double stranded DNA molecules after replication.)

    Hu Hasovev: It is a winding double helix

    Next, DNA contains Phosphorous, One of these rivers is called PHiSHon.

    Protein: PRu or the river called PRaT.

    DNA and RNA also contain Ribose (or deoxyribose): uRVu

    Water is called mayim chaim. Molecular weight of H20 is 18 (chai).

    Enjoy and feel free to add.


    PY- This DNA thread is very fascinating the fact it is found in Masseh Breishis. Hashems Torah is the Blueprint of Creation, DNA is found in every living thing from the smallest Microscopic dot to the huge Mammals. What I find unbelievable is that one can swab the inside cheek of the mouth, and be able to trace their roots hundreds maybe close to a thousand years ago.


    PY thats incredible! 🙂


    wow really amazing. im impressed

    but these are names given by nonjewish scientists.

    Pashuteh Yid

    Aussie, true, but the Boss controls the development of language, as well.

    One other point, it says by the 4 rivers “hu hasovev” twice–Double Helix.

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