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Jay Phelan, a biologist at UCLA, got his DNA tattoo in 1990. It represents the tension between what his genes wanted him to do, vs. what he, as a person, wanted to do.

Jay Phelan, a biologist at UCLA, got his DNA tattoo in 1990. It represents the tension between what his genes wanted him to do, vs. what he, as a person, wanted to do.

(Source: popsci.com)


Posted: Sunday February 10th, 2013 at 6:30pm
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