By A. K. Dewdney
A mind-bending day trip to the boundaries of technology and mathematics
Are a few medical difficulties insoluble? In past cause, the world over acclaimed math and technological know-how writer A. ok. Dewdney solutions this question by means of interpreting 8 insurmountable mathematical and medical roadblocks that experience stumped thinkers around the centuries, from historic mathematical conundrums similar to "squaring the circle," first tried through the Pythagoreans, to G?del's vexing theorem, from perpetual movement to the upredictable habit of chaotic structures corresponding to the weather.
A. okay. Dewdney, PhD (Ontario, Canada), was once the writer of medical American's "Computer Recreations" column for 8 years. He has written numerous seriously acclaimed well known math and technology books, together with A Mathematical secret journey (0-471-40734-8); sure, we don't have any Neutrons (0-471-29586-8); and 2 hundred% of not anything (0-471-14574-2).
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1 What is DNA? Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) is a complex chemical found in the nuclei of all cells of the human body, except red blood cells. It is considered a genetic blueprint that is responsible for our chemical and physical characteristics. Half of an organism’s DNA is inherited from each parent—half from the mother’s egg that is fertilized and half from the father’s spermatozoa. Watson and Crick were awarded the Nobel Prize in 1962 for their discovery of the double helix structure of the DNA molecule.
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