Tiny RNA: Big Implications for Life's...

Tiny RNA: Big Implications for Life's Origins

There are 2 comments on the Science Daily story from Feb 23, 2010, titled Tiny RNA: Big Implications for Life's Origins. In it, Science Daily reports that:

The findings could be a substantial step toward understanding "the very origin of Earthly life," the lead researcher contends.

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Frank Abernathy

Dayton, OH

#1 Feb 23, 2010
RE: ice arches that stop ice floes from moving and melting

How long are these arches? Perhaps steel cables could be run across to stop the ice from moving.

Phoenix, AZ

#2 Feb 23, 2010
"However, keep well in mind that the tiny replicator has not been found, and that its existence will be decided by experiments not yet done, perhaps not yet imagined."

...Another "missing link" that has yet to be found?

This passes as SCIENCE...and we still arefuse to belive in a God that has gone out of his way to be found by us all, we just refuse to believe what we see and hear, and try to imagine up things that can create US without HIM. Truly sad...

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