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Deforestation by koncare on April 22nd, 2014, 11:04 am
What are the effects of deforestation on biodiversity?

Deforestation affects many climates around the world. This is a major issue because there is a diverse assortment of wildlife in the forests around the world. Deforestation places a major threat on animals becoming extinct due to the animals not having proper requirements for survival. This causes another issue because every species plays an important role in the food chain.

Deforestation’s effect on global warming
Deforestation accounts for up to 15% of carbon emissions in the world. Deforestation is a constant issue and is continuing to grow. When trees are cut down, they are releasing a lot of their carbon into the atmosphere. In the atmosphere, the carbon interacts with the greenhouse gases, which leads to global warming. Once again, this is just another reason as to why deforestation is ruining animals, humans, and the environment.
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Basic questions on genetics that nobody knows (or says..) by primenumber on January 26th, 2011, 4:46 am
I have wondering several question on genetics to which I have read no answer ... If somebody knows, please answer.

A- The genetic code remains exactly equal for any and all cells of our body through all our life?
I would say no, viruses are inserted. I wonder if specialization of cells also drives the "killing" of certain sequences, or the contact with exogenous DNA from other animals, worms... I do not know if eating apples can drive to some cells to be affected with such apple genes. I know that bacteria may insert genes in roots of certain trees. I ask for an EXACT answer, I mean if the dna differences is 0% or 0.00000000000001%. On the other hand natural variations in cell duplication makes (for me) statistically sure that two cells will never have EXACTLY the same DNA pairs, just errors uncorrected. Further, the retina for example is more exposed to UV rays and therefore I would expect some differences with heart cells. This contradicts the "sacred" statement...

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booze before noon by Char0n on March 17th, 2014, 8:24 am
drive the snakes out... two fingers of milk... a splash of vodka... and a snoot of kahlua... a dude abides... but it just goes to show you its not just jameson and guinness... it isn't all green as clover and potato famine... there are worse things you could be doing with the AM hours... the greatest sin and sociopathy... the breath of life is flammable so lit on spirits... is god asleep at the wheel... or just hungover...
it is pronounced gyro... like gyroscopic... and yes i am aware that lamb is more easter... but with lent you are supposed to eat fish on friday and give something up for 40 days... then the stone rolls away and you can go back to whatever bad habbit you prefer to destroy yourself with... because catholicism has all the infrastructure, the steeples, the fonts, the tabernacles... talk about too big to fail... no, catholicism is a shanty town... all corrugated metal roofs on cathedral sized cardboard or plywood walls...
is experience emperical, does experience affect ontological...

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Why you should never, ever use two spaces after a period. by Sisyphus on January 27th, 2011, 9:10 pm
Farhad Manjoo wrote:Can I let you in on a secret? Typing two spaces after a period is totally, completely, utterly, and inarguably wrong.

And yet people who use two spaces are everywhere, their ugly error crossing every social boundary of class, education, and taste.* You'd expect, for instance, that anyone savvy enough to read Slate would know the proper rules of typing, but you'd be wrong; every third e-mail I get from readers includes the two-space error. (In editing letters for "Dear Farhad," my occasional tech-advice column, I've removed enough extra spaces to fill my forthcoming volume of melancholy epic poetry, The Emptiness Within.) The public relations profession is similarly ignorant; I've received press releases and correspondence from the biggest companies in the world that are riddled with extra spaces. Some of my best friends are irredeemable two spacers, too, and even...

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