Archive for the ‘HHT’ Category

The Origin of Life – Difficult or Easy?

September 2, 2017

IF the origin of life was difficult then we are most likely not here.

If the origin of life was not difficult then we are most likely here.

The fact that we ARE here suggests that the origin of life was most likely not difficult.

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Prebiotics

June 8, 2017

Prebiotics may be a way to combat childhood obesity. It is a powder in a liquid that supports the growth of good bacteria in the gut.
More and more we are finding that the biome in the gut is a key element to all health. See more posts on this in this blog. Here is more from Science Daily

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/06/170607123949.htm

More Lab Links

May 4, 2017

More LAB Links.
(See comments for updates)

BIOLOGICAL IDEAS, Speculation Over the Years.
https://musea.wordpress.com/biological-ideas-speculation-over-the-years/

BIOLOGY EVOLUTION CATEGORY, From Musea Blog.
https://musea.wordpress.com/category/biology-evolution/ , 15 pages

COGIT0LOGY – THE ART OF THINKING.
https://musea.wordpress.com/2012/05/16/cogitology-the-art-of-thinking/

Life Origin Hypotheses

March 24, 2017

Life popped out of nothing in a one in a billion fluke event. Then with the least amount of defenses in its genetic structure it survived one of the most harsh environments in Earth’s history. That makes sense?
No the opposite does. Life is the chemical system that was the most adapted to that environment. It was chemically selected as the most stable response to the environment and that kept it from being destroyed, allowed it to continue and then to prosper.

First review of WIS

October 23, 2016

Dear Readers, Here is my first review of my new sci-fi novel WRITINGS IN SCIENCE,now streaming at Amazon, I-books, Barnes and Noble and more.

Reviewed By Ray Simmons.

Writings in Science (A History of the Future) by Tom Hendricks is billed as A Novel of Stories, Essays, Poems, and Plays. This is probably, at least structurally speaking, one of the most experimental novels I have read in a long time. Many sections read like the musings of an intelligent human being who thinks quite a lot about science, man, art, the universe, and the future. That man would be author Tom Hendricks. At around 400 pages, this is a lot of serious but sometimes whimsical musing. It is organized into “bottles” instead of chapters. (I told you it was experimental.) It is huge in scope, imagining a dying Earth millions of years in the future, and a protagonist running around collecting these literary tidbits as a history of Earth. This is quite a project, and this is quite a book. I liked it because it allowed my mind to ramble as I read Tom Hendricks’s viewpoint on many different topics, presented to me in different ways.

Writings in Science is, in many aspects, a stunning achievement. To tie all these topics and literary mediums into one book is no simple task, but Tom Hendricks does a great job. I enjoyed the essays more than I did the poems, plays, or stories. He hit on some topics that I have written on myself, and even came to a similar conclusion sometimes. The poems, jokes, and plays are good and, though I prefer straightforward prose in a novel for the most part, I found this a very interesting book.


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