Tag Archives: life

Artificial Life

Link from Foundations of Logic group to Genome article Yep – can now synthesize and insert one of the key components. Have yet to do the whole thing from scratch. It will very probably happen, just hasn’t happened yet. Still … Continue reading

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A post on Deb’s Facebook page Hi Deb, Agree that where patriarchy exists in and of itself it needs to be demolished and replaced with more open systems. And not everything (or even most things) are the result of patriarchy … Continue reading

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Origins of life on Earth

Sigurd shared – “Is life a bizarre fluke or is it a cosmic imperative”? Paul Davies on the Origins of Life Checked out both links. It is highly unlikely that we will be able to determine exactly how life started … Continue reading

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Toxic masculinity and the Patriarchy

In response to a post by Will on Toxic Masculinity and the Patriarchy Completely agree with you that toxic masculinity needs to be removed where ever it can be. And there are deep issues hiding in this idea. It is … Continue reading

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July 22-29 ’18 ~QofDay~ Learning What is the most important part of learning? As usual, Bhatta asks questions of infinite depth. In one sense there is a simple answer: To keep on doing it. And there is a paradox present. … Continue reading

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ANG – What am I here for?

July 30 – August 6 ’18 ~QofDay~ Here For What on Earth am I here for? This is one of those internal/external locus of control questions. To me there cannot be any simple answer to any such question. There is … Continue reading

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7 years from last tumour

A rather significant anniversary today – 7 years since the last tumour was cut from my shoulder. When the histology came back it said the margin wasn’t clear, and wider excision was recommended. By that stage I was confident that … Continue reading

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