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Old 05-12-2012, 08:29 AM
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Hey everyone,

My names Aaron and I'm from the UK. I'm currently working towards an MRes and my interests more generally are in evolutionary biology, and I work with African cichlid fish as a model organism.

My MRes involves a lot of genetics including bioinformatics, areas which I am completely new to - so any general help in this sort of area would be great.
G'day Aaron,
If life on Earth began with the 'appearance' (by lightning or otherwise) of an autotrophic (able to absorb light energy for metabolic processes) organism, and then evolution led to heterotrophic (eats other organisms for their absorbed light energy) 'creatures', isn't it likely that light energy and biological processes are STILL inextricably linked? (CONTRARY to Western medical claims).
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Hi my name is Ben, I would really like to hear from anyone with a more indepth knowledge of the search for life on Mars than myself. I am a professional marine biologist with a keen interest in microbiology. I have been extremely puzzled for some time now about the supposed search for life beyond our own planet. Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe is a highly regarded astrobiologist with over 75 publications in Nature alone highlighting his credentials. I have read several of his papers in which he 1- has identified microorganisms in the stratosphere which have to originate from space...the boundary between the troposphere/stratosphere inhibits terrestrial sourced microorganisms achieving these heights and 2- the spectral signature of "space dust" is exactly the same as known bacterial examples on Earth. Therefore why are we all being led to believe in the popular press that life has not been found anywhere beyond our own planet? any comments would be greatly received
Ben, the Western religious belief that human life 'is all there is' persists at all levels. They insist on 'clinical proof' (like finding a little green man) and openly defy Karl Popper's (1902-1994) maxim that logically states that "if a thesis adds to or answers questions arising from the old/current paradigms, or if it cannot be 'falsified' or proven wrong, THEN IT IS THEREBY VALIDATED". It is my belief that this 'show me the proof' attitude HUGELY 'retards' research progress.
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My name is Steve, I'm a Clinical Oncology Pharmacist at UMass Med Center and I interested in learning more about DNA since I will be giving a lecture to my colleagues who may not be so familiar with the biochemistry...
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Hi am sirux, hope to get help on molecular biology questions here. Thnx
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Please, why is patient's plasma used in viral RNA extraction, and not serum ????
Answers pls
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I'm a prospective medical student! A year ago I set up a stem cell blog to discuss developments in this field with other teenagers. I would really appreciate to hear your views on any of the articles if you would like to post your comments. It would also be interesting to find out your opinions on some of the more controversial ethical topics that surround stem cell research.

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