Is RNA a fully meshed or elliptical architecture? Or both?

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This question is for other labs looking for the architecture underlying RNA and DNA.

Is anyone else finding this?

Those labs studying RNA/DNA with the focus on RNA/DNA possibly being a fully meshed system architecture (each node has a relationship with all of the other nodes)…

[Fully meshed formula: (x) squared - (x) divided by 2 equals the number of connections needed];

are you getting favorable results?

Our math suggests the RNA/DNA architecture is off-centered (elliptical) like the nucleus of a cell, the yolk in an egg, or the orbit of the planets. It may well be housed inside of a meshed system in a transitory state, but its operation is more efficient, has far less variables, and takes far less time and computing power to communicate the cell’s needs.

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