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  Year: 2011 | Volume: 19 | Issue: 3-4 | Pages: 81-85
  Special Article
Milanko Stupar, Vitomir Vidovic, Dragomir Lukac
  DOI: 10.2298/AOO1104081S
  The development of string theory has opened a completely new chapter and the way of thinking. A tight connection between DNA, water and strings, as well as their properties, lead to the idea that the soul is the shelter of our thoughts. Only 2% of the haploid human genome codes for proteins, while the rest consists of non-coding RNA genes, regulatory sequences, introns. The rest of the DNA, about 2.9 billion of base pairs, represents: cultural heredity of the person's family and a part being formed by the person during his/her lifetime, which gives the answer to what the use of the non-coding sequences is. Water molecules do not stay permanently united with DNA (the connection is not covalent), but they disconnect at every 0.5-1 nsec, forming and leaving the DNA molecule. It is well known that the DNA structure depends on water and that „water remembers thoughts”, and depending on the thoughts of a person it carries them to the physical structure of DNA. At the beginning of the physical organization of the water molecule there are strings. When a person dies, the DNA and water molecule are disconnected leaving only strings with an appropriate features being conditioned by three-dimensional structure of DNA shaped by water. Every person has a unique string appearance, as it is the case with the snowflakes (the DNA print in the strings).
  Key words: DNA; DNA, Intergenic; Water; Sequence Analysis, DNA; Base Sequence; Genome, Human; Models, Theoretical; Elementary Particles; Non MeSH String Theory
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