Photosynthesis Protein Synthesised

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Hermes (January 23, 2010, 18:34:09 PM):
So, now we all know how those German scientists assembled Rubisco and what pivotal role it plays in photosynthesis.
Mefiante (January 23, 2010, 19:46:03 PM):
Here’s something that photosynthesises. It doesn’t tell lies and it has an attention span, albeit a very short one.


No, let’s not.

'Luthon64
Irreverend (January 24, 2010, 00:39:57 AM):
Appealing to authority is not exactly an argument.
Mecchie me dull lad, every argument is an appeal to authority. It's just a question of which authority.

Want to have a pissing contest or discuss the validity of EM?
With your weak bladder you'll lose either way. I'll put bucks on it.

Yeeesss, kinda hypocritical to write that if you ask others to define "to exist".
So sez Mr Supremo Slick, Esq.

Define matter and energy in the physicist’s sense. While you are at it, define "to exist" for us before poor Irreverend thinks "your whole argument is up a creek without a paddle". I mean the guy is known for his consistency not?
Matter and energy. China, you really suck at this Google thing. Be a cool dear and define, quote, what it means for something "to exist" with particular reference to sensations in general. Go on, stun me by noticing and respecting the "with particular reference to sensations in general".

Gee, perhaps you should start a thread for questions you want answered.
Gee, perhaps you should start a thread with answers to all the questions that have been asked of you. Wait, you'll need an internet all of your own for that.
Teleological (January 24, 2010, 20:55:29 PM):
Appealing to authority is not exactly an argument.
Mecchie me dull lad, every argument is an appeal to authority. It's just a question of which authority.

Really, every argument? Wow man, did you come up with all by yourself and want us all to believe it? Try a bit harder.

Define matter and energy in the physicist’s sense. While you are at it, define "to exist" for us before poor Irreverend thinks "your whole argument is up a creek without a paddle". I mean the guy is known for his consistency not?
Matter and energy. China, you really suck at this Google thing. Be a cool dear and define, quote, what it means for something "to exist" with particular reference to sensations in general. Go on, stun me by noticing and respecting the "with particular reference to sensations in general".

Now that you have found the wiki links (pretty deep stuff that must be for you huh) for matter and energy, what can you tell us about it? You can do more than google can't you? Which version of matter do you prefer btw? Common, revised (whatever that is), general, Aristotelian etc? You read it haven't you? Now where is Mefi with her philosophical materialism and her definitions of matter and energy she prefers and what properties she thinks it has?

Irreverend (January 25, 2010, 08:52:52 AM):
Really, every argument?
Yup, but asking you to think about it is a waste of words.

Which version of matter do you prefer btw?
Not the super-dense kind like inside your head.

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