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Abiogenesis is for people who don’t do the maths

Abiogenesis is the proposed evolution of non-living chemicals into a living cell, but the problems of scale with this theory are absolutely staggering: The simplest bacterium cell needs maybe 382 different genes (which code for proteins produced via various enzymes … Continue reading

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Good read: Outliers

A friend and colleague at work lent me a book by Malcolm Gladwell called Outliers. It was a gripping read and I finished it while we were on holiday in Hermanus. After a long stint of very pressured working it … Continue reading

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