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Why is phosphate so key in the human body? ----- Life is a problem.... SOLVE IT!!!!
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This has been bothering me for a long time. This thread (for those who will argue) will also go under the particle...
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Anybody know of a good site or know off of the top of their heads how to make ethanol? Paden Roder
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can anyone recommend any good books or online articles that cover all the evidence in favor of evolution? I found...
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Just out of curiosity, does anybody know the more advanced version of the following Cellular Respiration formula?...
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This has always made me wonder. My father got a microscope in WWII and I used it a lot when I was a kid. We had a pond...
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It was a small beetle like a Ladybug but it had back legs like a grasshopper and it jumped like one too. Any bug...
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Are men more aggressive than women? this was the question........ maybe this will help It is my Opinion that how...
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So humans have not been around the longest, obviously, but why are were we able to create civilization? Why couldn't...
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Is there anyway to find out or approximate how much carbon dioxide a person produces per day, how much oxygen does a...
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If a tumor cell grows with rate m, and dies with rate n (m>n), their population number is P, after tme t, how can set...
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But can be modulated by bubbles. PLOS ONE: The Influence of Bubbles on the Perception Carbonation Bite
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a refutation of an assumption in 14 physiology papers. Apparently, the psychological/behavioral model is favored and...
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