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Offline aligon

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Re: Amazing CGI video of cells.
« Reply #15 on: December 06, 2006, 04:09:41 pm »
Wow, reality really is much more amazing than any fantasy. :o

If, indeed, that was accurate.
Maybe better than your fantasies....but mine....i don't think so! Whoo!

I love it how that video fit so well with what I have been studying in my Biology class for the past month...It was like a perfect summary of our latest unit (I even showed it to my teacher  ;D)

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Re: Amazing CGI video of cells.
« Reply #16 on: December 07, 2006, 05:17:25 pm »
Wow, reality really is much more amazing than any fantasy. :o

If, indeed, that was accurate.
Maybe better than your fantasies....but mine....i don't think so! Whoo!

I love it how that video fit so well with what I have been studying in my Biology class for the past month...It was like a perfect summary of our latest unit (I even showed it to my teacher  ;D)

But that video was only a tiny bit of the diversity that cells have, in both form and function.

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Re: Amazing CGI video of cells.
« Reply #17 on: December 07, 2006, 06:08:12 pm »
Wow, reality really is much more amazing than any fantasy. :o

If, indeed, that was accurate.
Maybe better than your fantasies....but mine....i don't think so! Whoo!

I love it how that video fit so well with what I have been studying in my Biology class for the past month...It was like a perfect summary of our latest unit (I even showed it to my teacher  ;D)

But that video was only a tiny bit of the diversity that cells have, in both form and function.

Well of course, they can't show every single protein and enzyme in action, but it seems to have all the basic ideas and some of the more interesting specific stuff (Like the "walking" enzyme, I love that thing.)

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