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UCOF
SILVER Member since Apr 2002

UCOF

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Posted:this..

almost fell asleep whilst scanning down.

any other entries for the most boring website ever?!?

Zzzzzzzzzz


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Doc Lightning
GOLD Member since May 2001

Doc Lightning

HOP Mad Doctor
Location: San Francisco, CA, USA

Total posts: 13920
Posted:http://www.airlinemeals.net/


-Mike )'(
Certified Mad Doctor and HoP High Priest of Nutella

"A buckuht 'n a hooze!" -Valura

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UCOF
SILVER Member since Apr 2002

UCOF

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Posted:poo...thats not right....shit...gimmie a minute to find the original linky thing..

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UCOF
SILVER Member since Apr 2002

UCOF

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Posted:told you i would find it..

Have a bed nearby


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Doc Lightning
GOLD Member since May 2001

Doc Lightning

HOP Mad Doctor
Location: San Francisco, CA, USA

Total posts: 13920
Posted:quote:The degree to which two single-copy DNA sequences have diverged can be estimated by the DTm which is the difference between the melting temperature (the point where 50% of DNA is double stranded) for a homologous duplex (i.e. both strands from the same species) and a heterologous duplex (with constituent strands from different species). the value is normalized for the final percentage of hybridization and designated DTmR (Ref. 4). You're kidding, right? This stuff is awesome! My Masters degree is in molecular biology and molecular genetics, so I did a bit of molecular evolution work (although I worked with viruses, not dogs). This sort of thing is so cool! I don't know who first thought up the DTm technique for estimating sequence identity, but it's elegant and ingenious. I've never actually used it myself, though. The issue of dog evolution is an interesting one because humans have actively intervened in the process generating different breeds, so it's a fascinating study into non-random evolution. But I've bookmarked this link for reading at a future time when I'm not studying for boards. Wow.

And no, I'm not kidding. I told you I was a geek.

Now, you want boring?

Bring a pillow:
http://csmweb2.emcweb.com/durable/2001/01/19/fp19s1-csm.shtml


-Mike )'(
Certified Mad Doctor and HoP High Priest of Nutella

"A buckuht 'n a hooze!" -Valura

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UCOF
SILVER Member since Apr 2002

UCOF

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Posted:Not really boring as such..

from the above website..

quote: The latest specimens to reach your local CD shop are Glass's ambitious Symphony No. 5 and John Adams's exuberant "Century Rolls." I never knew Glass was a composer!

and so that yet another thing he is better than me at!


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UCOF
SILVER Member since Apr 2002

UCOF

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Posted:and as i read on..

quote: Glass explores religion

While the whimsical aspects of the "Century Rolls" pieces suggest that Adams is on vacation from the seriousness of large-scale works like "The Death of Klinghoffer" and the great "Nixon in China," the same can't be said of Glass, whose compositions explore moral, philosophical, and religious issues as well as purely aesthetic dimensions.

His massive Symphony No. 5 is no exception. Conceived as a celebration of the millennium at the Salzburg Festival in Germany, it combines Glass's typically pulsing rhythms with a text that brings together quotations from what Glass considers the world's great "wisdom" traditions, sung by vocal soloists, a children's choir, and a full chorus. Its words are taken from the Bible, the Koran, a Creation story of the Zuni Indians, the Popul Vuh scriptures of the ancient Mayans, and the Bhagavad-Gita of Hinduism, among other sources. They are all translated into English, not because Glass avoids multicultural diversity - he once composed a whole opera in Sanskrit - but because he wants to emphasize their common insights rather than their different perspectives.


A feast for the mind and heart
clever git.


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King Of Bongo


King Of Bongo

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Location: Berlin

Total posts: 522
Posted:hehe...
not bein a wise-ass or nutin...
zzzzz...
i do think this site would help me go to sleep...


Your life is ending one minute at a time...
So live it.

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UCOF
SILVER Member since Apr 2002

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Posted:she certainly looks as if she is enjoying it, just that little bit too much.

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Gandhi Ganjamaster


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Total posts: 299
Posted:well, you know, a pillow can be quite handy in certain postions, DO YOU CATCH MY DRIFT ??
nd
they don't talk back nor (....>)


Why?

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Glåss
DIAMOND Member since Nov 2001

Glåss

The Ministry of Manipulation
Location: Bristol

Total posts: 2523
Posted:Hmm the cristian scince monitor, that is pretty boring. I'm impressed
Oh shit I share something in common with that Philip glass.
oh no.
I think I better do something drastic.
arrrg
Turn off the internet
whatever you do....
dont touch the red button

maaah ha
Glass
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Ctrl-W


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Richee
BRONZE Member since Jan 2002

HOP librarian
Location: Prague

Total posts: 1841
Posted:Glass -

"turn off your computer" doesn't work properly and should be bypassed....


POI THEO(R)IST

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