Monthly Archives: October 2010

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On the left is a column of pictures of plants, with Grams standing on top of it.  To her right is a big leaf, with sun rays shining into it.  The leaf is magnified to reveal chloroplasts, and below the … Continue reading

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The main frame has the Gs in a little boat floating on the water having a picnic, throwing their crusts and cores over the side where they sink to the bottom, to be consumed by bottom-feeders.  There are also three … Continue reading

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At the top there’s a row of coins with pictures of different animals and plants, and then grams reaching up to grab one of them, to stack up in one of her piles of coins.  The frame below has the … Continue reading

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At the top there are three sets of parents, but this time they’re mixed up so the offspring are all messed-up.  In the second row there’s the river of life, splitting into separate channels, and eventually into distinct pools.  The … Continue reading

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First a DNA chain, then the DNA duplicating into two chains, with the split point covered by paper dolls, as a symbol for exact replication, then two identical DNA chains.  The next two frames show the Gs sitting in adjacent … Continue reading

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At the top Grams is pulling a spool out of rack, then she feeds it into a machine which reads the film and tells the fabricator which ingredient to squirt out onto the growing protein string / tinkertoy.  Gramps is … Continue reading

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One big panel with the Earth in the background and a strand of DNA spiraling out towards us.  Where it hits the Earths surface, it will be spreading out to cover the the surface like roots/capillaries. This code took the … Continue reading

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