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  1. I guess that is clever, but that would fall under #2 and/or #1.
  2. I was looking to create a list of hypotheses for the existence of everything. It would be helpful to just stick to the list, instead of giving comments or telling which one you subscribe to. 1. Unguided self-creation (something from nothing, quantum mechanics, space fabric, big bang etc etc etc.) 2. Infinite space, time, matter 3. Guided creation (i.e. god or a deity) 4. 5. etc. These are really the only three I can come up with
  3. "There are really only two reasons why we are here. Choose the path that is best for you and tailor you life to that. Or shoot yourself in the head." Eric Franklin 1993
  4. It's definitely a lot of work. You should be dedicated and love it. Think about what life is all about (i.e why are we here) then decide what you want to do with your life in this world.
  5. They only just detected these the previous Sunday?? Crazy.
  6. Quarks were formed during inflation in the big bang. The smallest amount of time we can extrapolate back towards the big bang to is 10^-43 seconds, where it is thought the temperature was 10^32 and a density that is not describable. So during this time, it is thought there is only one force; a combination of four forces. So the question is, where did the forces come from? Where did matter and temperature come from? Is this unknown unless you invoke M theory or the uncertainty principle? Also can someone explain the uncertainty principle. Does nothing mean absolute nothing? Or does nothing mean not matter but forces and vacuum?
  7. Atoms are made up of protons and neutrons, which are made up of quarks. What are quarks made up of?
  8. juantonwan

    Cells?

    What's the difference between living and dead cells? Can you duplicate the arrangement of atoms to create a living cell? How do you duplicate the information and the deciphering system?
  9. So is there a general rule for breathing techniques i.e how much oxygen we should intake; and is there a general rule for specific foods and/or how much to eat for antioxidants. Basically how much antioxidants should be consumed daily. I am sure it varies by height, weight, body etc. But is there a general antioxidant intake rule?
  10. I often hear or read about the need for antioxidants to prevent such things as cancer. Doctors recommend eating lots of foods rich in antioxidants. But then I see articles such as this on http://www.cancersalves.com/checklist/red_blood.html that talks about too little oxygen not being healthy and the need for lots of oxygen. I even see water machines that are supposed to add more oxygen to your drinking water. So is there a fine line between the amount of oxygen we need? Or do antioxidants work in a different way? Do we need a lot of oxygen? Should we have oxygen generators or hundreds of plants in our homes? Should we practice breathing techniques and taking deep breaths? Where do antioxidants come into play while doing all this?
  11. I guess what I was really trying to ask was in regards to cellular differentiation. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cellular_differentiation I was confused here. I was looking at the information or cells being carried by and/or created by zygote formation; whether there were preliminary cells that had to be in existence. But cellular differentiation explains where I was getting held up.
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