Discussion in 'Science and Technology' started by Dryson, Jun 29, 2018.
Imagine an universe that fits his scientific reality..
Hydrogen is important to the human eye and vision.
Vision is such an everyday occurrence that we seldom stop to think and wonder how we are able to see the objects that surround us. Yet the vision process is a fascinating example of how light can produce molecular changes. The retina contain the molecules that undergo a chemical change upon absorbing light, but it is the brain that actually makes sense of the visual information to create an image.
In human eyes, rod and cones react to light stimulation, and a series of chemical reactions happen in cells. These cells receive light, and pass on signals to other receiver cells. This chain of process is class signal transduction pathway. Signal transduction pathway is a mechanism that describe the ways cells react and response to stimulation.
Therefore each time a human sees an object the rods in the human eyes undergo a chemical reaction that stores the chemical reaction to other receiver cells that include the subconscious part of the brain where dreams are formed and are seen in while sleeping.
A solar system capable of supporting a dream state that translates into sentient life being in the solar system will have to have a wall of hydrogen and the other gases discussed in the Chemistry of Vision article in order for sentient life, let alone life having a real possibility of existing in the solar system.
Building a wall out of gas - right... Is it going to be bigly and yuge and keep out those pesky Centaurans?
Coming over here, taking our women...
...and our donkeys...
Well...we do have some nice donkeys... Can you blame them?
We're bigots if we don't let them take our donkeys, quite frankly
Mmmmmm. Double yolker.
Once the base amino acids had catalyzed after gaseous particles contained in a fluid encountered an electrical spark the catalyst that formed the DNA chain of proteins had to be almost instant. Much like dropping super glue into warm borax, then amino acids, when placed into another catalyst had to bond together instantly to form the base of life, skeletal systems, nervous system, etc. otherwise the life form would not have the ability to adapt to cold or hot weather to live in water or sulfuric acid. It might take nine months for the human fetus to develop into a hot drop o'clock moment, the actual process of creating the cellular information contained in DNA and cells however would had to have been instant.
Now Who Put the Bomp (in the Bomp, Bomp, Bomp)?
I think I lost track after DNA superglue, borax is good for welding and soldering..
Also DNA is not a chain of proteins. A deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) molecule is composed of two chains of nucleotides, which coil around each other, usually as a right-handed double helix. Each nucleotide is made up of one of four nitrogen-containing nucleobases (adenine, cytosine, guanine or thymine), a deoxyribose sugar and a phosphate group. The nucleotides in each chain are joined by covalent bonds between the sugar of one nucleotide and the phosphate of the next. Each nitrogenous base in one chain is bound to a nitrogenous base in the other chain by hydrogen bonds, according to base-pairing rules (adenine to thymine and cytosine to guanine).
And yes, I did crib this from Wikipedia so that I could express the structure of DNA succinctly. If I can look up the structure of DNA so easily, so can others.
The answer to the thread title question is really pretty simple: I needed a place to put all of my stuff.
The ultimate self storage facility? Will we get auctioned off if God doesn't pay the rent?
Nah. It's like a closet that I made out of part of myself.
(Cue some nasty comment about me shoving things inside myself, now that I think of it. )
I'm now thinking of Videodrome.
Mmmmmm. Double yolker.[/QUOTE]
I see someone looks nearly fried... at least all happy, sunny side up and all...
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