This video (http://youtu.be/l8z5a0aC4dU) is an overview explanation of how our chromosomes may actually be put together using rubber bands as models. A companion video can be found on you tube by searching for the channel: Cryptic Chromosome Struc...
These beautiful circles were formed during the disintegration of mouse cells and were photomicrographed almost 30 years ago at Ohio State University. Since that time they have been virtually ignored by the scientific community as evidenced by the lack of any reference to them in professional publications. This is a form of truth censorship because they are in fact real objects that have been seen by four people under the microscope when they were first discovered. These people have names: Dr. Frank Abernathy (myself), Jeff Sneddon, Pat Elder, and Laura Lantry, all of whom worked in Dr. Ralph Stephens laboratory at the time. Dr. Stephens wasn’t present at the time but did view the photomicrographs shortly thereafter.
Over the years, I have discussed my findings with a sizable number of scientists, all to no avail. It reminds of a “catch-22” scenario which happens in other endeavors with little known authors or artists who are not yet “branded”. The only difference here is that continued ignorance about what these circles are could be considered as bordering on the criminal. No one is in any position to make judgment calls about how “significant” these findings are because nobody knows what they are.
Let me put it another way: Are all genetic diseases including cancer cured? Is anybody on the planet in a position to claim they fully understand how chromosomes are put together? What are the implications such knowledge could have on understanding and treating genetic diseases? Without that knowledge, no one is in any position to ignore unexplained discoveries that may have relevance for understanding how our cells are actually put together.
In the meantime, people are still suffering and dying from an incomplete understanding of how our chromosomes are actually put together and operate. The solution should be obvious: Leave no stone unturned, back off of cookie cutter research, quit promoting agenda-oriented highly branded research fraud, and get real.