RE: [creat] Re: CHIMPS
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From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On
Behalf Of David Bowman
Sent: Wednesday, August 31, 2011 10:17 PM
Subject: [creat] Re: CHIMPS
> Since you did not have a comment here I will add my own. For"cloud"? "penestrate into the darkness of empty space"?
> another 380,000 years light was trapped within a cloud of
> electrically charged electrons and protons and did not
> penestrate into the darkness of empty space. Also known to
> theorists as the 'surface of last scattering'
> - The big bang is something apparently you know little about.and
> ... you do not understand the physics of the beginning or theIf you think modern cosmology includes the concept of an ion "cloud"
> hebrew language.
spatially separated from "the darkness of empty space" at the decoupling
time, when the CMB last scattered, you clearly have little understanding of
And are you actually serious in claiming
> 'waters' Do not mean water water. jeez! Ancient Hebrew usesYikes! Now *that* is a perfect example of stretching one's interpretation
> word puns and the meaning of the word is dependent on usage.
> As pointed out by you or someone else - there are not as many
> words in hebrew as in other languages so we are forced to
> interprete the word based on the context of it use. In this
> case water mean the universe and all the matter and energy
> within it.
of the scriptures to suit one's own prior wants and desires for concordance
with modern scientific understanding. On what basis do you actually think
that 'mayim' (Strongs 04325) means "the universe and all the matter and
energy within it". If it meant that why do you think that all translations
of the Bible into English translate it into the word 'water' or 'waters'?
Why do you think the translators of the LXX rendered the word as υδατος when
they translated the text into Greek in the 2nd century BCE? Why do you
think Strong says the word means 'water', 'waters', 'urine', 'spring', or
'watercourse'? Are they all wrong about the meaning of the word and only
*you* have the correct translation?
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- --- In email@example.com, Dave Oldridge <doldridg@...> wrote:
>One of the problems though with using chimp organs is that there is a severe GVHD issue when chimp organs are grafted with human organs.
> On 28/08/2011 3:57 PM, newsentry wrote:
> > Dave,
> > The chimps -Ape- Have an extra chromosome. Humans evolved from 'chimps but somewhere in that evolutionary path the extra chromosome stacked on top of one of your chromosomes. This scenario has genetically been proven by decoding our chromosomes. #2 includes the chimp chromosome. The clue is that there is a central telemares located in the middle of #2. This also prevents (not the only reason though) humans from using chimp organs.
> Yes, chimps and gorillas have 24 pairs while we have 23 and our #2 is an
> end-to-end fusion of two of the ape chromosomes. Domestic pigs have 19
> The problem with using chimp parts is more one of ethical availability.
> Dave Oldridge
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"Our current study shows that a locus on chromosome 2 acts independently of the chromosome 1 locus to also influence GVHD severity in this model. The region of chromosome 2 implicated in our study contains genes encoding beta2-microglobulin, the minor histocompatibility antigen H-3 and the pro-inflammatory cytokine IL-1."
But there is also the ethical problem as well, and quite possibly it over shadows the GVHD problem.
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