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  • The Double Helix: A Personal Account of the Discovery of the Structure of DNA
  • James D. Watson
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  • 13 May 2018
  • 9780743216302

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After reading The Code Breaker in which DNA and James Watson are repeatedly mentioned I thought it would be a good idea to read The Double Helix by Watson again I had bought the book and read it shortly after it came out in 1968 but along with many books in my former library I had given it away when we moved from Mississippi to California in 2011 So I bought a paper back version from Re reading the book brought back many memories about one s youth and a reminder that than half a century had passed since Watson Crick and Wilkins were awarded the Nobel Prize for their discovery of the double helix structure of DNA Several of the main players are no longer with us Francis Crick Linus Pauling Rosalind Franklin Maurice Wilkins Sir Lawrence Bragg James Watson is 92 years oldWhile re reading the book several thoughts came to my mindWhen Watson and Crick were reasonably sure that double helix was the structure of DNA Francis winged into the Eagle to tell everyone within hearing distance that they had found the secret of life recalled Watson Really I thought to myself After all how could we claim to have found the secret of life when we still do not know the definitive answers to uestions such asa Will death reveal the meaning of lifeb Are we created by some ultra intelligent beings in a simulation game which even some renowned physicists seem to believeIn the Introduction by Sylvia Nasar author of A Beautiful Mind she stated that Neither is dullness something that readers of the Double Helix run the slightest risk of encountering Nobel Prize Physics Laureate Richard Feynman stated that He Watson has described admirably how it feels to have that frightening and beautiful experience of making scientific discovery While there is no reason to disagree with these statements I wonder how many readers who are not well versed in biomolecular biology understand many of the scientific descriptions in the book For example in Chapter 25 I certainly enjoyed Watson s narrative of his disappointment and those of his companion movie goers including a number of Cambridge undergraduates that in the movie Ecstasy the only swimming scene left intact by the English Censors was an inverted reflection from a pool of water Later in the same chapter I found it difficult to follow Watson s excitement that suddenly I realized the potentially profound implications of a DNA structure in which the adenine residue formed by hydrogen bonds similar to those found in crystals of pure adenine I wonder this dichotomy of enjoying one part and unable to appreciate another part of the book is just my own experience or is common to many readers even though everyone when asked would praise how great the book isWatson certainly was the type who tells it like it is Even late in life he refused to walk back his racially insensitive comments when given the chance to do so because he was incapable of not telling the truth according to his own assessment It is sad that at age 92 his own Institute Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory had cut all ties with him since 2019 Perhaps back in 1967 when he started the book with the frank but somewhat offensive statement I have never seen Francis Crick in a modest mood already signaled that trouble awaits down the roadSomewhat differently but fittingly the book ends with an epilogue containing a moving tribute to Rosalind Franklin whom he had some rather disparaging comments earlier in the book Security Risk Management: Building an Information Security Risk Management Program from the Ground Up structure of DNA now with an introduction by Sylvia Nasar author of A Beautiful MindBy identifying the Options as a Strategic Investment structure of DNA the molecule of life Francis Crick and James Watson revolutionized biochemistry and won themselves a Nobel Prize At the t. 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