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A Brief History Of Life

What we see in the night sky is a tiny part of the infinite universe. With the discovery of the Earth being around the planet to the invention of nuclear weapons, numerous theories have come up now and then as of how did the universe, the Earth, and most importantly how did we come into…

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Oxygen: Killing You Slowly?

Proteins, carbohydrates, fats, water, vitamins and minerals. These are the general categories of biomolecules that your body is made up of. One thing that's common to almost all, if not literally all of these, is a certain element. If you thought of Carbon, think again. There's another - Oxygen. Each of the biomolecules I mentioned has varying…

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Why aren’t we cloning humans yet?

The term ‘clone’ was first used by J.B.S Haldane, a British biologist, in 1963. A ‘clone’ is a genetic copy of an organism, and ‘cloning’ involves the various processes used to create clones. Cloning is actually a very common process of reproduction for micro-organisms and plants. Reproduction isn't truly cloning when it comes to multicellular…

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