New study provides first evidence of non-random mutations in DNA

By Harry Baker published 1 day ago

The study does show that these genetic alterations are more complex than scientists previously believed.

Harry Baker

In fact, scientists have known for a long time that mutations are not random. They just couldn’t figure out the patterns as I have and were probably afraid to lose their funding because they couldn’t prove they were not random. So they stuck to the traditional narrative. They need to read my book and get busy proving the mutation patterns, and be sure to give me credit to add one more female to science contribution if my hypothesis can be turned into a theory.

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