Debate and discussion of any biological questions not pertaining to a particular topic.
Ever do Logic problems? Modus Tollens, Law of Contrapositives, ect.
Definitions are sets standardized facts that the scientific community created. They are also the most difficult to refute. If you can find a definition that supports your ideas, it makes your ideas much more credible.
Nobody ever believes me anyway...
It is just my nature guys, don't mind me. I do not like to get trapped in words and defs.
I need action, i need the spark..
That is why i want the nobel
"As a biologist, I firmly believe that when you're dead, you're dead. Except for what you live behind in history. That's the only afterlife" - J. Craig Venter
Haha, let's just wait. Maybe you'll get it for redefining the definition of life.
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So, what is the inference here :
1] those who hate deff.s hate biosystematics
2] those who love logic like it
3]Those who hate biosystematics will to get nobel
I like both logic and nobel, where do i fit then ? ? ?
Presently , if we just continue like this, nobody is going to let us fight for nobel .
Good one Kyle...
I'm glad to see that those who hate biosystematics will get the nobel
life started with bubblig chemicals
do you know that99% of all species that exited on earth some time ofr the other are extinct today
the value of life is as determined by nature
darwins thoery of natural selection
nature takes the best and leaves the rest
it values only the"best" for survival
the "rest"get killed
htere is nothing philosophical about it
if amoeba is stronger than man it will survive long after the human species becomes extinct or vice versa
the value of life--- size does not matter
and evenif it does the cockroach is a more successful oraganism than us
the dinosours were most successful
they dominated the earth for75 million years waay before humans even existed or
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