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  1. fine tuning or just chance?

    is the fine-tuned universe an accepted scientific fact (or theory) or is it just an anthropological centred way of explaining things ?
  2. chaos

    Thanks Markus
  3. chaos

    The answer is probably a 'closed' system but I don't understand that as all systems appear to be interdependent.
  4. chaos

    Why is there (apparent) order when laws such as thermodynamics and entropy (not to mention 3 or 4 mass extinction events) say that the earth and its solar system should be chaotic?
  5. high frequencies

    Most 'evidence' of beneficial effects of sound are anecdotal (Mitchell Gaynor 'The Healing Power of Sound') but I found two trials. Whether they would be described as clinical trials or not is disputed - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4325896/ https://www.ctvnews.ca/health/the-sound-of-healing-study-says-sound-stimulation-could-help-alzheimer-s-patients-1.2868393
  6. high frequencies

    Virtually every home in Europe, UK and USA is now saturated with high frequency radio waves for cellphones (800 to 2000 mHz) and wifi (2.4 gHz). Are these harmful to humans and can they be cancelled out by playing audible lower frequencies such as 40 Hz (good for alzheimers - search . . . szynalski/tone-generator/
  7. light and water

    A basic question . . . do light and water interact because they 'use' the same part of the electromagnetic spectrum?
  8. post herpetic neuralgia cannot be cured according to 'google scholar' medical articles and research as the immune system has already been compromised. Does anyone know any different?
  9. Listening to a back number of BBC Inside Science I was stopped in my tracks by the section which described solar panels producing more current when they were played loud /heavy rock music BBC Inside Science November 7th 2013 at 11.00 mins Most people usually believe the BBC but i wondered if somebody can confirm whether this is true or not? I am a retired musician by profession so am well aware of the therapeutic affects of different kinds of music and sound. I still work out every day (at 68) and find AC/DC, Metallica etc better than Mozart when working with weights. In contrast I play 'om' or Tibetan singing bowls when relaxing with less strenuous exercise such as yoga or pilates
  10. dna

    Is it true that the DNA sequnce is completely useless on its own? In order to provide information it must be compared with other DNA ?
  11. God and science

    Try youtube. Its the name of my youtube channel.
  12. God and science

    google 'existence1891' and you will find most of your 6000 questions in your original article are answered
  13. why lepton?

    Why does 'lepton' appear with my name/pseudonym ? lepton " an elementary, half-integer spin (spin 1⁄2) particle that does not undergo strong interactions"
  14. JCVI-Syn3.0

    A non-designist is anyone who thinks/believes that the universe and life on earth does not have a designer of any kind behind it all and it all happened by accident/chance/from nothing Irony - "a technique of indicating an intention or attitude opposite to that which intended" or "an outcome of events contrary to what was, or what might have been expected" So how is it not an irony?
  15. JCVI-Syn3.0

    I suppose I’ll get whacked from all sides on this one but I'll post it anyway – the JCVI-syn3.0 a form of synthetic genome transplanted into another (presumably not synthetic) cell was produced by over 20 scientists at the John Craig Venter Institute in 2010. It didn’t happen by accident, from nothing or by chance. Is this not a huge irony for all non-designists? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mycoplasma_laboratorium On May 21, 2010, Science reported that the John Craig Venter Institute had successfully synthesized the genome of the bacterium Mycoplasma mycoides from a computer record, and transplanted the synthesized genome into the existing cell of a Mycoplasma capricolum bacterium that had had its DNA removed. The "synthetic" bacterium was viable, i.e. capable of replicating billions of times. Scientists who were not involved in the study caution that it is not a truly synthetic life form because its genome was put into an existing cell. It is estimated that the synthetic genome cost US$40 million to make and took 20 people more than a decade of work.[b