Nature (Can Science solve problems of Nature: ‘Difference between ‘Slow Energy and Fast Energy in Nature, and its effects on us’?)

NatureĀ  (Can Science solve problems of Nature: ‘Difference between ‘Slow Energy and Fast Energy in Nature, and its effects on us’?)

Introduction

Can Science solve problems of Nature: ‘Difference between ‘Slow Energy and Fast Energy in Nature, and its effects on us’?

Meat:

1. Nature

Ice Sheet Retreat Controlled by the Landscape
(Observed: Ice controlled by shape of the cusp in which it resides, and so does the surrounding Environment. Slow Energy for us, but very fast for ice, unusual)

2. Evolution

Evidence for a Geologic Trigger of the Cambrian Explosion
(Observed: Explosion of Minerals in Sea seen at the Cambrian Explosion. Fast Energy in a instant, back in time)

3. Nobel Prize

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1980
Paul Berg, Walter Gilbert, Frederick Sanger
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1980 was divided, one half awarded to Paul Berg “for his fundamental studies of the biochemistry of nucleic acids, with particular regard to recombinant-DNA”, the other half jointly to Walter Gilbert and Frederick Sanger “for their contributions concerning the determination of base sequences in nucleic acids”.
(Observed: DNA magic, created)

4. Astrophysics

Astronomers Crack Mystery of the ‘Monster’ Stars
(Observed: Scientist discover ‘Big’ in Sky)

5. Quantum Mechanics

When Ions Get Closer: New Physical Attraction Discovered
(Observed: Electrons gather all the ions around and march for Greatness in this new study. It’s new and different)

6. Brain

Brain Parasite Directly Alters Brain Chemistry
(Observed: Indirect hunting shown in Nature, lethal and different)

7. Gene Therapy

Potential Therapeutic Target for Colon Cancer
(Observed: Color Cancer link found. Most due to ‘Back to the Future’ effect)

8. Disease

Virus Protects Against Lupus
(Observed: Virus seen to protect against a disease, Lupus, strange)

Conclusion:

Science solves some of the problems of Nature: ‘Difference between ‘Slow Energy and Fast Energy in Nature, and its effects on us’.

Caution: This might be all theory

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