Enigma Of Consciousness

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Fathoming the constriction of the DNA didn't only revolutionise the molecular biology, but it was also applied to many principle such as the idea of auto synthesis (self-replication) and expression, which is known as the ‘central dogma’. The billions-of-dollars-worth pioneering insights helped modern developments emerge and advance; powerful techniques in genetic engineering, monoclonal antibiotics, forensic science, and mapping of human genes. The idea of research on the enigma of consciousness gained popularity that attracted many scientists, including Crick who worked on a hypothesis of the existence of a consciousness bundle of nerves; the “neural correlates of consciousness” or NCC. The speculation did not work, but was rather useful in

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