Referring to objects as “she”
English officially does not have genders like German or other languages; for example, a chair is an it, not a he or she.
However, when you refer to a spaceship you say she, and you say daughter molecule in DNA replication narration, which implies a molecule is a she.
Where can you find out the “hidden” gender of nouns? Is there a rule to go by? Why not say “son molecule”?