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Tiny structural errors in proteins may have been responsible for changes that sparked complex life, researchers say.
A comparison of proteins across 36 modern species suggests that protein flaws called "dehydrons" may have made proteins less stable in water.
This would have made them more adhesive and more likely to end up working together, building up complex function.
I've been sort of mulling things over concerning our current economic state of affairs and reading some blogs. I came across this piece by Stephen Zarlenga co-founder of the American Monetary Institute concerning some legislation being introduced, for the second time, by Rep. Dennis Kucinich to make some much needed reforms in out monetary system. To reduce our dept and improve our jobs outlook.
I was wondering after all the hoopla, what do some of the other countries and people feel about this. Most especially Pakistan. Well here is what the Guardian has on this.
We've heard a lot of reaction from the US and a bit from the UK and elsewhere, but what are Bin Laden's followers and sympathisers saying? A snapshot of their feelings can be found here on the Jihadology website, which monitors Jihadi commentary. Here's a taster:
"O Allah, make this news not true"
"Allah protect us in our loss"
"God willing, news is not true. Catastrophic if it is authentic." [Read more]
RAGPICKER: They don't do any work. Whenever they meet, they whisper and they pass each other thousand-frank notes. You see them standing on the corner by the Stock Exchange. You see at auctions- in the back. They never raise a finger-they just stand there. In the theatre lobbies, by the box office-they never go inside. They don't do anything, but wherever you see them, things are not the same.
Much has been written about the current republican budget put forth by the likes of Paul Ryan and his committee. Straight from the texts of Ayn Rand. A self involved, self centered sociopathic personality that bears a strange resemblance to such historical figures as Adolf Hitler and Joseph Stalin. Most people today probably do not remember very well her unapologetic diatribes against anyone who she deemed less that her self. Her personal philosophy - if you can call it that - was one of extreme megalomania.  [Read more]