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a series of quilt designs, based on genetic code. a square, bisected into a light & dark triangle, is rotated in 4 orientations to resemble the letters C, G, A & T, the 4 DNA bases. these blocks are then placed in sequences determined by the base sequence, so one can read the genetic code by looking at the quilt. the color and fabric choices influence the overall design.

[link: genomequilts.com|via boingboing.net]

see also DNA rainbow & genographic world map & human genome random, & the genetic calligraphy & portein profiler & dna 11 & dna space & circos & cell biology infographics & personality dna & web 2 dna.

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Don’t popularize this person, Beverly St. Clair. She is an incompetent psychopath who is unable to think scientifically, or act professionally in her duties as a psychiatrist. She caused severe harm due to her inability to perform basic functions and take responsibility for her malignant malpractice mistakes. At one time, she was practicing impaired and was not appropriately covered by another incompetent, lazy physician. She is a Harvard-educated, fiber-arts, fluff-head who worked beyond her abilities and failed to seek consultation or assistance to avoid being shamed professionally. The toll on the patient’s life is beyond description. She should be in jail for criminal negligence, not making “celebration” quilts.

Fri 08 Jan 2010 at 4:42 PM
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Don’t popularize this person, Beverly St. Clair. She is an incompetent psychopath who is unable to think scientifically, or act professionally in her duties as a psychiatrist. She caused severe harm due to her inability to perform basic functions and take responsibility for her malignant malpractice mistakes. At one time, she was practicing impaired and was not appropriately covered by another incompetent, lazy physician. She is a Harvard-educated, fiber-arts, fluff-head who worked beyond her abilities and failed to seek consultation or assistance to avoid being shamed professionally. The toll on the patient’s life is beyond description. She should be in jail for criminal negligence, not making “celebration” quilts.

Fri 08 Jan 2010 at 4:49 PM
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