November 26, 2010
Excellent book, I'm going to order more. However, you left out telomeres!!! Telomeres are on the tips of our chromosomes, like the plastic tips of shoelaces. They grow shorter every time our chromosomes split and replicate over a lifetime of normal living. That's how we die of old age, when the telomeres give out. It's been estimated that the telomeres last no longer than 120 years. Sound familiar? Check out Genesis 6:3!