Dr. Roger Kornberg of Stanford university won the Nobel Prize in chemistry this year. The interesting thing is that his father, Dr. Arthur Kornberg is also a Nobel laureate. Talk about an intimidating thanksgiving dinner. Imagine the plight of Roger's sibling brother at the dinner table. While Arthur and Roger are arguing about the importance of DNA vs. RNA, what's the brother got to say for himself? Should he be talking about how he recently discovered on youtube that diet coke and mentos can make for a fun explosion? Or should he be refuting the findings of his brother by saying the ability of messenger RNA to make copies of proteins is not completely proven, otherwise he would have been a Nobel laureate too?