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Ferrum

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    Biochem . Chem. physics
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    Interested in all things scientific , been around awhile , and still learning . Made mistakes and created mint , leanening by data and empically . Hate making spelling errors .
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  1. This is more towards your second question regarding division by zero . ive seen one documentary that is recent by a few years claiming Indian cultures had reasoned division by zero was infinity . I cannot claim this, but it does seem the closer you get to zero when dividing, the closer the output gets to infinity.
  2. You would need a rate I believe , to calculate it , I'm not sure from off the top of my head . I would assume it would be fast If not in a protected culture and also temperature depending .
  3. I think it would be a small , very small likelihood of that . Not impossible , but most likely unlikely .
  4. My university is working on the longevity portion of the genome , I must admit , I'm new to it so I'm not sure I can give you the information you want . Some folks say telomere shortening , but I'm ignorant of it.
  5. Ok so this will be somewhat base , but go easy on my lack of complete knowledge as I'm a undergrad in mathematics and biochem and some genetic study is on some higher 300 and above level , waiting to learn more . my university does longevity genetic research since it was approved by the government recently . We also cater some interesting bacteria and algae modifications that allow ethanol products as a metabolic product . so it's a decent university for molecular biology studies . Ok to the point , Ray kurzweil makes some comments as to the computational powers of supercomputers In the near future 2023 or around this date computational powers are equivalent to a humans. With recent science pop media commentary from deceased Steven Hawkins last words predictions that machines will take over the apex , dominant species order of intelligence spotlight that we humans currently occupy , and against individuals like John searle who s philosophy maintains machines cannot "think". For the sake of topic , arguing machines may could through AI developments , "think for themselves " . And even if not . Could pursuits of increasing human intelligence and other modifications be of ethical demand if an itelligence competion be a forstalled reality . I know now a lot of the Romesberg x y nucleotide work is still pretty much in research areas but in a genetic operational era as we are certainly entering , would it be a fail safe to start areas of biological gmo studies to prepare for a possibility that could undermine current sociological world structure s? Again im aware I'm missing a lot of perspectives here , but I'm interested and learning and new to this study . I feel , ethically nothing would be rash against a Study to try and say Create a human genome allele that could express a say approximate 1000 iq equivalent . Please be kind to my lack of knowledge yet
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