Laurie Garrett -writer and journalist- examines the consequences of health care and biotechnology. She claims Charles Darwin a true hero as he is the one recognizing the essence of existence: the evolution. In her speach she points out how wonderful evolution is in its natural way. Unfortunately Humanity would like to control it...
Laurie Garrett író és újságíró, az egészségügy és a biotechnológia nagyhatalmi vonatkozásait vizsgálja. Charles Darwint nevezi hősének, mert ő volt az első, aki meglátta az összefüggést a létezésben, magát az evolúciót. Az evolúciós fejlődés csodálatos, amíg természetes keretek között marad. Csakhogy az emberi faj, mint oly sok mindent, a fajok fejlődésének irányítását is szeretné a maga kezébe venni.
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Darwin, Evolution, Revolution, references to your kids are smarter than you, Revolution, Revolution, Revolution. I think she is right and informative though, but dramatic in the Scientific for sure.11/07/2015
>The scientists then created a short loop of DNA, called a plasmid, containing a single pair of the foreign bases, and inserted the whole thing into E. coli cells. With the diatom protein supplying a diet of foreign nucleotides, the plasmid was copied and passed on to dividing E. coli cells for nearly a week. When the supply of foreign nucleotides ran out, the bacteria replaced the foreign bases with natural ones.11/07/2015
Straight lie at 3:43 a PCR machine is not a sequencer, it is used to amplify DNA not sequence it. She doesn't have any idea what she's talking about.25/10/2014
@ 5:09 QUOTE "Indeed already, a graduate student at Berkeley brought back a form of plant that had been extinct since the Devonian age, and it's back, it's alive, it's replicating it's part of Earth again. Who made that choice? This kid." - This was a rather startling claim! So I checked it out. It turns out the headline "Graduate Student Brings Extinct Plants To Life" only means he did a beautifully rendered illustration of a Devonian age plant. I love you Laurie, but that was very sloppy. He did not bring an extinct plant back to life. See link : 24/10/2014
Unhappily the Leclercqia scolopendra was not back to real life, it was only rendered on a computer03/10/2014
The Future Looks Great !!06/08/2014