According to scientists, DNA is a code for building the human body. DNA is a molecule which is something that is microscopic and found inside of the human body. The picture below shows and example of the DNA molecule.
The DNA molecule is made of two intertwining spirals. The spirals are connected to each other by connections that span the space in the center of the two spirals.
The DNA View of the Human Body says that it is useful to model the human body as a large human sized DNA molecule. There are many different insights into the human body that are offered by the DNA View of the Human Body.
Here is an example picture of the DNA View of the Human Body.
A section of a DNA molecule is shown on the left. The molecule was stretched vertically so that there is only one intact section of the spiral. The ends of both spirals are free so that the overall image of the section of DNA molecule vaguely resembles the human body on the right. Two lines are drawn on the molecule to highlight the spirals of interest.
An example human being is shown on the right. The two lines superimposed on the body of the human being highlight two spiral paths that can be created by the human body when the arms and legs are outstretched.
The human torso corresponds to the intact section of the DNA molecule. The arms and legs naturally correspond to the free ends of the short section of DNA molecule. This visual correspondence is the basis for the DNA View of the Human Body.
The DNA View of the Human Body can be used to derive the Single Cylinder View of the Human Body. The process is trivial if the reader were to consider the pictures of the DNA molecule and the Single Cylinder View of the body. Here is a picture of the Single Cylinder View of the body.
And here is a side by side comparison picture.
Initially, the Single Cylinder View of the human body does not show any resemblance to the DNA View of the Human Body. It is necessary to look at the space enclosed within the DNA molecule to find the similarity to the Single Cylinder View of the body.
The space enclosed by the DNA molecule is cylindrical. All that is needed to make a single cylinder is to choose an arbitrary top and bottom point of the DNA molecule. The space enclosed within the top and bottom boundaries of the DNA molecule will by a cylinder.
Here is a picture of a DNA molecule built from toy building blocks.
The picture of this toy makes it easy to see the cylindrical shape that is enclosed by the spiral of the DNA.
Here is a full front view to offer another perspective on the cylindrical shape naturally formed by the two spirals of the DNA molecule.
And a comparison picture of the front view of the toy DNA molecule and the Single Cylinder View of the Human body.
If the DNA View of the Human Body is accepted as a valid way of modeling the human body, then the Single Cylinder View of the Human body must also be a valid way to model the human body.
It is impossible to have the DNA View of the body, without also having the Single Cylinder View of the body.