Re: Hurricanes help the ocean bloom
- What's interesting about that site is like Dave and I have been
posting with his focus on the sun and my focus on the earth, and
hence looking at an interaction between the two celestial bodies from
a different perspective. A perspective that is fundimentally about
thermodynamics--from an electrical and biological view.
Even the topic of hydrates has not been seen by the research
communicty as electrical (gas exchange and direct current
resistances) and macro biological . . . and the hydrate role in both
aspects are probably one of the most fundimental in abiogenesis.
This, I suppose, has further focused our group and made it what it
is, realtime cutting edge science that has universiality in its
themes and cross topics.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Steve Dodd <steved@l...>
> On Sun, Jun 20, 2004 at 11:24:40PM -0000, mike@u... wrote:day.
> > In a sense all greatness extends from the visions upon giant's
> > shoulders. It is hardly insulting to me if we were giants in our
> This is true.. I guess there's a difference between wanting
> ackowledgement as "egoboo", and just wanting to be kept in the loop
> about future developments..
> BTW, have you ever seen the Organelle website? It's intriguing - the
> language can be a little dense in a places, but definitely worth
> an effort over IMHO:portions
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