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Wednesday the 8th of March marks International Women’s Day. A day to recognize all the wonders of the female phenotype that spreads one’s estrogen and oxytocin around the universe!
Although I am a lover of the classics of Greek philosophy. Aristotle was all to wrong to postulate that women had no place in the metaphysical realm of thought… Inspirational women such as Rosalind Franklin, through her genius bold work on  X-ray crystallography helped solve the mystery of the double helix; and all of those 20,000 and so A, T, C G’S we know as DNA. Now, to not suggest one to be naive.
One may not know that, although Watson & Crick have taken all the glory for the discovery of the double helix (which also won them both a Noble Prize in 1962). It was Franklin in fact, who; through her work in X-ray crystallography took the first photo to postulate that DNA was in the shape of a double helix.
AND! with two unsuccessful attempts by Watson & Crick to  develop a successful model (which was berated by Franklin) left them both desperate to finish first. Leaked information of Franklin’s discovery fell nicely into the hands of the two scientist… and the rest is history. Sadly Franklin died at the tender age of 38 (potentially to over exposure of radiation), and thus could not defend herself for her discovery. One will never know what more discoveries Franklin could have made in her precious time…
I used Rosalind Franklin as an example to help celebrate International Women’s Day. With the struggle it has been for female scientist and the like (not helped by egotistic males) to really flourish in one’s craft. And how wonderful it is to see; that women are being recognized all around the world; and not just for their cooking abilities (I just went there..).
Perhaps, Donald Trump can write this blog next year….
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