A Matemática do DNA – Regeneração de Trechos Perdidos



The Mathematics of DNA

(em fase de traducao e pesquisa) 

Imagine that someone gives you a mystery novel with an entire page ripped out.

Imagine que alguem lhe de um livro sobre uma novela de mistério com uma pagina cortada fora..


And let’s suppose someone else comes up with a computer program that reconstructs the missing page, by assembling sentences and paragraphs lifted from other places in the book.

E vamos supor que outra pessoa venha com um programa de computador que reconstrua a pagina faltante, montando sentencas e frases obtidas nas outras paginas do livro.

Imagine that this computer program does such a beautiful job that most people can’t tell the page was ever missing.


DNA does that.

In the 1940’s, the eminent scientist Barbara McClintock damaged parts of the DNA in corn maize. To her amazement,

the plants could reconstruct the damaged section. They did so by copying other parts of the DNA strand, then pasting them into the damaged area.

This discovery was so radical at the time, hardly anyone believed her reports. (40 years later she won the Nobel Prize for this work.)

And we still wonder: How does a tiny cell possibly know how to do…. that???

A French HIV researcher and computer scientist has now found part of the answer. Hint: The instructions in DNA are not only linguistic, they’re beautifully mathematical. There is an Evolutionary Matrix that governs the structure of DNA.




Checksum – Pela Matrix/DNA sugestão, checksum e’ quando se pega o fio inteiro do circuito esférico externo de um sistema na forma da Matrix e costa-se-o em pedaços, para utilizar um pedaco no reparo de outro circuito amalogo que tenha sido danificado justo no trecho daquele pedaço.

Mas em termos acadêmicos checksum tem uma definição:


A checksum or hash sum is a small-size datum from a block of digital data for the purpose of detecting errors which may have been introduced during its transmission or storage. It is usually applied to an installation file after it is received from the download server. By themselves checksums are often used to verify data integrity, but should not be relied upon to also verify data authenticity. ( ver mais)


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