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Date Signed Up:7/27/2012
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#15 - I have to ask, did you simply use the tinternet to learn this?…  [+] (2 new replies) 12/23/2012 on You 0
User avatar #18 - noblexfenrir (12/23/2012) [-]
Eh more just me being curious. We learned slightly on the subject of cell degradation and I found it interesting so I studied up on it a bit more in the library and the internet when I had a computer available.
User avatar #17 - ksiota (12/23/2012) [-]
OO, oo, Or, are have you self taught such knowledge from elsewhere?
#14 - Thanks man, that's actually kinda interesting.  [+] (3 new replies) 12/23/2012 on You 0
User avatar #16 - noblexfenrir (12/23/2012) [-]
No problem, also if you want something to research, look up telomeres. Basically these are enzymes that reduce the loss of information to almost non-existent levels. A good example is cancer cells which use them when they multiply in very massive numbers yet retain much of their flawed information.

The reason these are so interesting is because possibly in the future if we can control these enzymes we may be able to remove the aging problem completely.
User avatar #19 - ksiota (12/23/2012) [-]
Hmm, I don't know why I didn't know about this stuff before, thanks man.

And we must know the problems with removing the aging process? Surely?
User avatar #21 - noblexfenrir (12/23/2012) [-]
Well controlling a basic biological process is very hard, especially when we still don't know even 1% of the information it would mean if this happened, or what the resultant would be.

If you mean problems as in, overpopulation and things like that, then yes I would assume they do know. However, immortality has always been one of the goals of mankind, we always searched for it but were told it is an impossibility and a fools goal, yet science may hold the answer. Only time will tell.
#11 - Second one is also untrue, If it were true, we wouldn't die of…  [+] (8 new replies) 12/23/2012 on You 0
User avatar #13 - noblexfenrir (12/23/2012) [-]
Actually it is true, a human cell can only replicate a certain number of times before it reaches it's hay flick limit, up to this point the cell and the DNA information being copied receive heavy amounts of degradation.
User avatar #15 - ksiota (12/23/2012) [-]
I have to ask, did you simply use the tinternet to learn this? Or are you doing/done post-18 education? Or is your countries education standard simply better than mine?
User avatar #18 - noblexfenrir (12/23/2012) [-]
Eh more just me being curious. We learned slightly on the subject of cell degradation and I found it interesting so I studied up on it a bit more in the library and the internet when I had a computer available.
User avatar #17 - ksiota (12/23/2012) [-]
OO, oo, Or, are have you self taught such knowledge from elsewhere?
User avatar #14 - ksiota (12/23/2012) [-]
Thanks man, that's actually kinda interesting.
User avatar #16 - noblexfenrir (12/23/2012) [-]
No problem, also if you want something to research, look up telomeres. Basically these are enzymes that reduce the loss of information to almost non-existent levels. A good example is cancer cells which use them when they multiply in very massive numbers yet retain much of their flawed information.

The reason these are so interesting is because possibly in the future if we can control these enzymes we may be able to remove the aging problem completely.
User avatar #19 - ksiota (12/23/2012) [-]
Hmm, I don't know why I didn't know about this stuff before, thanks man.

And we must know the problems with removing the aging process? Surely?
User avatar #21 - noblexfenrir (12/23/2012) [-]
Well controlling a basic biological process is very hard, especially when we still don't know even 1% of the information it would mean if this happened, or what the resultant would be.

If you mean problems as in, overpopulation and things like that, then yes I would assume they do know. However, immortality has always been one of the goals of mankind, we always searched for it but were told it is an impossibility and a fools goal, yet science may hold the answer. Only time will tell.
#3 - You realize that's the wrong German flag, right? If it was WW1… 12/23/2012 on witty title +2
#7 - I REMEMBER THAT, i think. 12/21/2012 on Leave him a trail of Donuts.. +2
#56 - First - it's the UK, but close enough, Second - credi… 12/19/2012 on Poor Pedro +7
#23 - k  [+] (2 new replies) 12/18/2012 on 12/22/12 +3
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#29 - Ken M (12/18/2012) [-]
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#20 - An interesting point you provided there.  [+] (4 new replies) 12/18/2012 on 12/22/12 +3
User avatar #22 - schnizel (12/18/2012) [-]
k
User avatar #23 - ksiota (12/18/2012) [-]
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#29 - Ken M (12/18/2012) [-]
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#18 - Did you read what I posted? With things like this, T…  [+] (6 new replies) 12/18/2012 on 12/22/12 +6
User avatar #19 - schnizel (12/18/2012) [-]
Mkay
User avatar #20 - ksiota (12/18/2012) [-]
An interesting point you provided there.
User avatar #22 - schnizel (12/18/2012) [-]
k
User avatar #23 - ksiota (12/18/2012) [-]
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#29 - Ken M (12/18/2012) [-]
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#16 - I'm European, I'm British, I'm whatever, and I do write it how…  [+] (8 new replies) 12/18/2012 on 12/22/12 +3
User avatar #17 - schnizel (12/18/2012) [-]
Date<Month<Year
That sounds right to me.
User avatar #18 - ksiota (12/18/2012) [-]
Did you read what I posted?

With things like this, THERE IS NO RIGHT WAY.

what you (and a lot of Funnyjunk) say is like saying: "speaking French is wrong" or German or Japanese. As similar as our North American brothers are, they do have a different culture, and as of such expect differences.
User avatar #19 - schnizel (12/18/2012) [-]
Mkay
User avatar #20 - ksiota (12/18/2012) [-]
An interesting point you provided there.
User avatar #22 - schnizel (12/18/2012) [-]
k
User avatar #23 - ksiota (12/18/2012) [-]
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#36 - twitchalicious has deleted their comment.
#29 - Ken M (12/18/2012) [-]
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#9 - I've never realized how silly a snake looks until now.  [+] (1 new reply) 12/16/2012 on Stahp.... +6
#10 - oldapple (12/17/2012) [-]
dude, a snake is just a tail with a face
#7 - This is why we have mass shootings. 12/16/2012 on I give up on humanity 0
#15 - Comment deleted 12/16/2012 on Go home Liberals, you are... 0
#11 - I'm not religious, but this has to stop, if someone is actuall…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/16/2012 on Religion = Evil? Science... +4
#26 - munchito (12/17/2012) [-]
I knew a super religious dude while I was in the Navy that really creeped me out. He was "nice" but REALLY weird and I thought he reminded me of a serial killer. This other dude went around the ship posting these religious pamphlets in everybody's shops to try to convince everyone to convert to his religion. He ended up going psycho and climbed up to the top of one of the RADARs and just sat up there reading a bible until some people finally got him down. Most of my family is religious, and they are fine to me besides some of their reasoning....
#41 - Being a kid should never give you extra privileges, you should… 12/16/2012 on Too soon? 0
#2 - About to point out absolute zero is minus 273.15 degrees, then…  [+] (2 new replies) 12/16/2012 on Chance Of Rapture +1
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User avatar #8 - Keleth (12/16/2012) [-]
The zero point of any thermodynamic temperature scale, such as Kelvin or Rankine scale, is set at absolute zero. By international agreement, absolute zero is defined as 0K on the Kelvin scale and as −273.15° on the Celsius scale.[1][2] This equates to −459.67° on the Fahrenheit scale[3] and 0 R on the Rankine scale.[2
#7 - I'm not normally a hippie-esque kinda guy, but **** man…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/16/2012 on never thought of it that way 0
User avatar #26 - SquishyHaribo (12/16/2012) [-]
having a finger up your arse is not that uncomfortable
#68 - I like mine too.  [+] (2 new replies) 12/15/2012 on Be careful what you ask for 0
User avatar #69 - strikous (12/15/2012) [-]
It is a awesome game indeed
User avatar #70 - strikous (12/15/2012) [-]
an* dammit...
#5 - Old, but Gold  [+] (4 new replies) 12/14/2012 on Be careful what you ask for +6
User avatar #67 - strikous (12/15/2012) [-]
just like your avatar
User avatar #68 - ksiota (12/15/2012) [-]
I like mine too.
User avatar #69 - strikous (12/15/2012) [-]
It is a awesome game indeed
User avatar #70 - strikous (12/15/2012) [-]
an* dammit...
#5 - As a Nintendo fan, this pleases me. 12/14/2012 on I'll just leave this here. +1
#8 - I tried to play some of my old Gamecube games, checked to see …  [+] (2 new replies) 12/14/2012 on PS2 +27
User avatar #213 - haveagoodone (12/14/2012) [-]
do you have chrome?
User avatar #12 - aerius (12/14/2012) [-]
mine said it was corrupted and I just kept plugging it in and removing it, eventually it worked.
#9 - I thought those exact words. 12/14/2012 on teeth +2
#6 - BEST. FALL. EVER.  [+] (1 new reply) 12/14/2012 on Holy. Fucking. Shit. +11
#9 - mattdoggy (12/14/2012) [-]
Falling with style
#4 - Don't worry, it has to be a troll , Not even dictatorships te… 12/13/2012 on the us is so big 0
#4 - I think the lack of a question mark makes you cool. 12/13/2012 on Am I cool yet 0
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