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|#32 - Again, striking me as missing the point, but all right.||12/14/2014 on Dat's Racist!||0|
|#30 - Then why not post an article pertaining to the role condoms pl… [+] (2 new replies)||12/14/2014 on Dat's Racist!||0|
|#28 - So... the issue is with heterosexual people is what you are saying? [+] (4 new replies)||12/14/2014 on Dat's Racist!||0|
|#26 - So you then admit the problem is with men and not gays? The de… [+] (6 new replies)||12/14/2014 on Dat's Racist!||0|
|#24 - Indeed, true. But did you know the vast majority of heterosexu… [+] (8 new replies)||12/14/2014 on Dat's Racist!||0|
|#61 - >> #57 You're welcome. [+] (1 new reply)||12/12/2014 on wait for it||+1|
|#215 - I disagree, she looks like someone who has known a lot of food.||12/12/2014 on Healthism||0|
|#7 - But what happens as the chloroplasts break down due to normal … [+] (4 new replies)||12/11/2014 on Next stop: Terraforming.||+2|
#62 - sciencexplain (12/12/2014) [-]
No, I completely agree. Although it really isn't exceptional as a plant itself, the structure and the ability to make it by hand using other materials is what's the focus point. Nature is extremely complex, and to be so intelligent that you can recreate it is extraordinary. This stuff fascinates me, and I'm not much of a biology fan myself, but the thought put into it to make it is breathtaking. These are the steps we need to take to reach the future of technology and design.
#64 - sciencexplain (12/12/2014) [-]
I firmly believe we can make them. It might be massively expensive at the start, but it should become commercial eventually. We've already started to learn how to create organs by taking animals, giving the offspring your DNA and raising them so that their organs are compatible with your DNA for transplant. It's entirely possible, but the problem is cost vs capitalism.
|#50 - Oh wow, cells have repair mechanisms. That is not de novo cell… [+] (2 new replies)||12/11/2014 on Next stop, Scumbag Central.||+1|
#53 - riayl (12/11/2014) [-]
Retard are you actually reading what I and that guy wrote? Neural Cells themselves don't get replaced, but by repairing themselves and feeding themselves the individual atoms are replaced, bit by bit.
A person's cells are not replaced every 7 or whatever years. We can all agree on that. That means the original post is at the very least intellectually dishonest, if not completely incorrect.
But as for atoms themselves, yes eventually they are all replaced. It's akin to a river; the water may never be the same from moment to moment, but it's still the same river.
|#23 - You're wrong, try again. [+] (1 new reply)||12/11/2014 on Next stop, Scumbag Central.||-1|
#48 - riayl (12/11/2014) [-]
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