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  1. With the understanding of hyperspace and the existence of hidden realities within reality - quantum universes etc. Its fair to say that information may not be possible to loose simply because it exists, therefore its existence is a factor of existence. because of this is cannot escape its system - for which it exists. Therefore by this, i mean that information may just be beyond out perceptive capability not nonexistent. perhaps in a different way u could think of it like the phases of matter (as described by chemistry). the liquid or the molecules of the liquid don't magically vanished they simply evaporate. and just because they no longer have any effect on the liquid system says nothing about them not existing but simply because they are no longer part of that liquid system they no longer have any influence on it or r involved with any of is associated interactions. So basically what i mean is that information may be needed so a system can exists without errors of existential factors which allow it too exist (within existence). i realise this is probably a lot more philosophical than u would like, but i hope that it makes sense in some way. its also necessary to consider other quantum values as well as the mind.. which is know to have some sort of interconnectedness with reality or at least what 'we' call reality. So it may very well b that information is linked with it in some way, or may even b it... the holographic universe may provide explanations, if u haven't done so already.
  2. thanks. also, i was wondering how to tell the oxidation number of transition metals ? they don't seem to follow the pattern of the others.. also, when dealing with mass and molar mass, it states in my chemistry textbook that molar mass is equal to the chemical formula mass?, however, how exactly do you distinguish between the mass and molar mass of a substances then... ?
  3. whats the difference between alkali metals and alkali earth metals ?
  4. so, would you be able to take x away from x^2 or only via division? so, if the base is the same, the power difference doesn't matter does it..
  5. sorry, also what i meant was, can the exponents of terms, ie. X^3 be regarded as power/exponent coefficients ?, therefore when its said that like terms only differ in their coefficients, they mean the powers as well...
  6. ok, that makes sense, but what about misusing, such as: X^2 - x or such a one as B^5c - 3abc... What i meant before is that, can you take 3abc away from B^5c?. in another question, do you treat the 3 as the quantities of the abc letters or do you associate it just as itself (number 3)? or both.. so would you end up with '3ab^4' ?
  7. I was wondering, is it that you can only add and subtract like terms... but what about multiplication and division.. and with powers or exponents like, 6^8, can you call them power coefficients... like the coefficient of terms such as 56t or 4ab etc...
  8. I was wondering if anyone would be able to explain to me how exactly the 'm' & 'n' exponents in the rate law equation work(s), because they just seem to slip my understanding.. or if not, if you would be able to provide a link of some description to a video etc which can explain them in a simple and elegant fashion, that would be much appreciated, thanks.
  9. no, that sort of answers my question. But i meant was, is the symmetry based on macroscopic particle states or smaller scale properties of the particle themselves.. however you basically answered that, so i guess my question is how exactly does the symmetry work, because aren't bosons and fermions completely different particles.. or does susy work on principles of the particles being 2 sides of the same coin, or how they interact?. so basically symmetries on what they do and not what they are..
  10. I was wondering if susy revolves around any subatomic symmetries for both fermion and boson partners
  11. I was wondering if the difference between mitosis and meiosis is where meiosis creates haploid gametes constantly from other cells by changing them into haploid for that gender and mitosis is really just the addition of the other set of sex chromosomes and dividing them into what we have...
  12. I was wondering how you determine the number of neutrons in an atom
  13. perhaps divide the electron charge into the systems charge...
  14. i was wondering how you find how many electron have been removed if the resultant charge is +3.38 pC (3.38x10-12C). given the charge of an electron being -1.60*10^-19 C
  15. does anyone know the best web-site at the moment or at least a good web-site for downloading music (MP3s) free.. ?
  16. sorry, im not sure i really understand.. Do you mean that no greater probability than 1 can be calculated when you taken away the probability of the whole etc..
  17. When a probability question says 'what is the chances of getting at least one or at least two', how many does it mean in accordance with its stated amount..
  18. sorry i probably should of been more specific. im not doing any experiment or anything, i was simply asking if what i said about the sequencing is correct, just for knowledge sake... while im on the matter, why are the ends of DNA called 3' & 5' and 2 or whatever ?
  19. what exactly is a torrent client ? and instead of specifically, does anyone know any website where you can simply download music free without needing to subscribe or anything... or what is the best site around at the moment for this..
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    Primers ?

    Hi, i'm wondering if this is correct for primers and sequencing etc. its just what i've gathered from trying to understand it.. So is it that DNA strands will respond to the primer of another if its compatible, whereby the complementary base pairs are pieced together since recognition is apparent in both strands.. kind of like piecing a jigsaw together whereby even if there are missing pieces, in general the details will be able to be placed in or connected because they are unique to their localities of the puzzle..., therefore in DNA, the nucleotides are specific to their strands and can therefore replace missing links for a complete sequence, even if they are missing, because they still recognise the specific genetic code...
  21. Would someone be able to give me the name of (or link(s)) to mac software which allows the free downloading of music..
  22. I was wondering if anyone could give me a good way to easily remember the groups of the table of elements, such as metals, alkali metals and so forth. or more so, why they are called what they are.. and/or what correlation their properties have with their name and how/ways to remember them etc and also, why stable atoms are willing to give away electrons...
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