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In my opinion, the answer is twofold: 1) Understanding evolution can help us understand how bacteria and viruses mutate and evolve to become immune to medication, and can then lead to new cures. 2) Evolution can also help us understand how to care for our already damaged environment. Evolution is, a...
Due to the ban on religion, I've tried to avoid bringing my own religious beliefs into the picture, but perhaps now I can make a good point. My apologies if the following offends anyone. The interesting thing here is that it appears to be an argument between extremes. One side claims that evolution ...
- Fri Jan 13, 2006 2:37 am
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: transfusion vs. transcription
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Transcription, if I remember right, has to do with the copying of the DNA strand when it replicates itself (DNA->DNA). Translation has to do with copying the DNA code onto RNA (DNA->RNA). The way to remember it is that RNA is different from DNA; it's like "translating" something into a dif...
- Tue Jan 10, 2006 2:44 am
- Forum: Off Topic Discussion
- Topic: Introduction for members
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No, the Mustang is not a food, is a totally awesome car. I also love the new Mustang; it combines old-style looks with high-tech power! What more could you want? But I still want a Boss 302.
Springer: A strand of DNA of 100,000 sequences is capable of forming single cell life. This is the simplest conceivable single cell life envisioned by biochemists today. (bacteria require 300,000 sequences) First of all, your calculations are interesting, but I wonder why you assume that life must b...