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BIONOMICS A REVIEW BY HOSS From all of the substances in the world only one can replicate itself This is the molecule which carries genetic information the DNA Every form of organism that has ever lived is basically a chunk of information mounted on its own DNA The average DNA can replicate billions of times per second As long as there is life there is DNA replicating constantly producing copies of itself DNA is where life begins It is the control center of all living things on earth and without it there would be no existence of any type of organism DNA replication is quite similar to making photocopies Just being able to encode information on a reindeer antler or a cave wall is not good enough The reason for this being that one copy may get destructed easily Unless you make many copies the encoding is useless The comparison of life and DNA to making photocopies of papers is what Michael Rothschild discusses throughout the first chapter part one of the book titled Bionomics Economy As Ecosystem Rothschild goes through the steps of developments and improvements of making photocopies and DNA oThe first Information Explosion came with the original encoding of human o knowledge - the cave paintings and bone scratching oThe second started in Sumer with the improvement of writing techniques oThe third was triggered by Gutenbergs press oThe fourth was the Scientific Revolution oThe fifth was the Industrial Revolution The book is split into parts and within those parts are the chapters There are eight parts to this book and within them there is twenty-eight chapter The style which Rothschild has chosen to write this book is relatively simple to point out as
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