About

I am a Cascadian bicycle commuting molecular genetics graduate student in Flanders and this is my blog.

I am interested in  post-classical hellenic concepts of religion and sexuality, T4 physiology, molecular genetics, insightful exegesis of Christian texts, why cows and other ruminants tend to align on a north/south axis, how scientific philosophy intersects with responsible theology, stories told well, viral ecology and evolution, ambitiously experimental beer and wine projects, how nucleoid occlusion could possibly work, making art out of what is lying around, the mysterious intersections of biofilm ecology and defense against parasitoid DNA in pseudomonads, and the intricacies of nucleotide substitution and modification of in phage takeover of cellular metabolism.

You’ll hopefully find all of this here as the blog progresses.

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