The unsolved problems in Biology...

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The unsolved problems in Biology...

Post by alexis » Thu Oct 22, 2009 3:35 am

Hi everyone,
I've been attempting to collect all the unsolved problems in Biology and make a list, as well as for every other science in hopes of progressing knowledge...Even just a little bit. If you're interested in helping with what Physics knowledge you have (or Physics, Chemistry, etc), you can come join an intellectual community just like here at the Biology-Online and help solidify the list of exactly what problems we're up against.

I'm not trying to steal support from this forum or spam its boards -- I support science and the progress of knowledge. My site is attempting to categorize the knowledge via "problem" to try and sort out the best theories from the lesser ones, in an attempt to solve them and find out what the real issues are. Obviously people are already discussing such things here, my aim is simply to put much more of an emphasis on targetting the problems and framing them so that people can focus on their possible solutions and shortcomings.

Together, we can definitely help science move forward :)

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Post by mith » Fri Oct 23, 2009 1:26 am

wow, I think you're trying to bite off the moon.
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Re: The unsolved problems in Biology...

Post by wildman » Thu Oct 29, 2009 5:44 am

Just about everything in biology is unsolved. How do you list the infinite? How do you list what you don't know?

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Re: The unsolved problems in Biology...

Post by alexis » Sat Oct 31, 2009 8:56 am

because you can list the questions we don't have answers to yet. everyone seems so unwilling to try this, to simply state some questions that biology hasn't solved yet or could not conceivably solve. if this list is so infinite, why don't you share a few of them with us?

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Post by mith » Sat Oct 31, 2009 4:19 pm

do a google scholar search, each paper you find is a partial solution to a specific question. So none of them answer any general questions.
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