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Scientists create chemical 'brain': Giant network links all known compounds and reactions

Scientists create chemical 'brain': Giant network links all known compounds and reactions | biosc&med | Scoop.it

Scientists have connected 250 years of organic chemical knowledge into one giant computer network -- a chemical Google on steroids. 


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Οι Νεάντερταλ μας χάρισαν τον... εθισμό στο κάπνισμα - Το Βήμα Online

Οι Νεάντερταλ μας χάρισαν τον... εθισμό στο κάπνισμα - Το Βήμα Online | biosc&med | Scoop.it
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Οι Νεάντερταλ μας χάρισαν τον... εθισμό στο κάπνισμαΓενετικές μελέτες αποκαλύπτουν επίσης ότι μας κληροδότησαν γονίδια που συνδέονται με αυτοάνοσες διαταραχές
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Andrei Linde: The beginning of time

One of the men behind the 'Big Bang' theory discusses his vision of the universe and the role of science in society. So what does the universe really look li...

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Environmental change leaves its footprint in the epigenome

Environmental change leaves its footprint in the epigenome | biosc&med | Scoop.it
(Phys.org) —Monozygotic twins look more similar when they are young than later in life. One of the reasons for this is epigenetic change in the form of chemical modifications of the DNA or its packaging proteins.
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Οδηγός - Υγεία: Πώς θα πάω στον γιατρό και πώς στο νοσοκομείο

Οδηγός - Υγεία: Πώς θα πάω στον γιατρό και πώς στο νοσοκομείο | biosc&med | Scoop.it

Ολες οι αλλαγές στην πρωτοβάθμια φροντίδα υγείας - Ο ρόλος του οικογενειακού γιατρού - Οι υποχρεωτικές προληπτικές εξετάσεις -Τι θα ισχύει για τους χρονίως πάσχοντες - Πώς λειτουργούν τα Κέντρα Υγείας Αστικού Τύπου - Τι θα κάνουν οι ανασφάλιστοι


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1. Εως σήμερα μπορούσα απευθείας να κλείσω ραντεβού και να επισκεφθώ είτε τον γιατρό του ΕΟΠΥΥ είτε να κλείσω ραντεβού σε συμβεβλημένο γιατρό του Ταμείου είτε να πάω σε μια εφημερία και ας είχα μικρό πρόβλημα. Επίσης, μπορούσα να κλείσω ραντεβού στα εξωτερικά ιατρεία νοσοκομείου. Τώρα τι θα πρέπει να κάνω;

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The Comprehensive Google Drive Guide for Teachers and Students ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

The Comprehensive Google Drive Guide for Teachers and Students ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | biosc&med | Scoop.it

"Google Drive is one of the fundamental tools in our digital toolkits as teachers and educators. Whether you want to compose a document, create a presentation,  design a sheet, or share a beautiful drawing you made, Google Drive provides you with the tools to do that on any device and anywhere you are with an internet connection "


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PINTA BIEN

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Very Useful tool that can really aid in effective teaching and learning activites when used appropriately.

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A very helpful guide for an essential tool in providing virtual training. More on using Google for teaching purposes here: http://bitly.com/bundles/o_7g9dui3mug/d

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Ψηφιακή εποχή: οδηγίες χρήσεως

Ψηφιακή εποχή: οδηγίες χρήσεως | biosc&med | Scoop.it
Του Γιώργου Λαμπράκου Είναι αδύνατο να μιλήσουμε για τον άνθρωπο και τον πολιτισμό του χωρίς αναφορά στα

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tovima.gr - Διπλή γλώσσα μιλάει το DNA μας

tovima.gr - Διπλή γλώσσα μιλάει το DNA μας | biosc&med | Scoop.it
Εναν δεύτερο κώδικα που κρύβεται μέσα στο ανθρώπινο DNA υποστηρίζουν ότι ανακάλυψαν ερευνητές του Πανεπιστημίου της Ουάσινγκτον στο Σιατλ με επικεφαλ...
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Biomedicine – Google+ - RDFRS: A neuroscientist's radical theory of how networks…

Biomedicine – Google+ - RDFRS: A neuroscientist's radical theory of how networks… | biosc&med | Scoop.it
RDFRS: A neuroscientist's radical theory of how networks become conscious
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from one of my pages @ google+ (Biomedicine)

surse: http://www.richarddawkins.net/

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Ο ιός του έρπητα «μαρτυρεί» τις μετακινήσεις του ανθρώπινου είδους - Το Βήμα Online

Ο ιός του έρπητα «μαρτυρεί» τις μετακινήσεις του ανθρώπινου είδους - Το Βήμα Online | biosc&med | Scoop.it
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Ο ιός του έρπητα «μαρτυρεί» τις μετακινήσεις του ανθρώπινου είδους
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Οι έξι κλάδοι του ιού του επιχείλιου έρπητα HSV-1 σε σχέση με τις ανθρώπινες μετακινήσεις (Πηγή Aaron W.
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Όταν όλος ο κόσμος μετατρέπεται σε ψηφιακά δεδομένα

Όταν όλος ο κόσμος μετατρέπεται σε ψηφιακά δεδομένα | biosc&med | Scoop.it

....Τον 3ο αιώνα πριν από τη γέννηση του Χριστού, έλεγαν ότι η βιβλιοθήκη της Αλεξάνδρειας περιέκλειε στις αίθουσές της το σύνολο της ανθρώπινης γνώσης. Στις μέρες μας, ο όγκος των διαθέσιμων πληροφοριών είναι τόσο μεγάλος ώστε, αν τον μοιράζαμε εξίσου σε όλους τους Γήινους, καθένας θα λάμβανε μια ποσότητα δεδομένων τριακόσιες είκοσι φορές μεγαλύτερη από το σύνολο των περιεχομένων της αλεξανδρινής συλλογής....


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2η εκδήλωση προβολής Ιατρικού Τουρισμού & Υπηρεσιών Υγείας στη Ρωσία

2η εκδήλωση προβολής Ιατρικού Τουρισμού & Υπηρεσιών Υγείας στη Ρωσία | biosc&med | Scoop.it
Τις προσπάθειές τους για να εισέλθουν στη ρωσική αγορά...

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Demetrios Georgalas's curator insight, September 3, 2013 11:03 AM

Το πολλά υποσχόμενο αυτό προϊόν του τουρισμού υγείας έχει τη δυνατότητα να κυριαρχήσει τα προσεχή έτη. Υπογραμμίζεται ότι το τμήμα της ρωσικής αγοράς που σχετίζεται με τον ιατρικό τουρισμό, απαριθμεί 300.000 περίπου τουρίστες, με μια ετήσια αύξηση της τάξης του 20%. Σύμφωνα με τις στατιστικές, επί του παρόντος, το 50% των Ρώσων που ταξιδεύουν εκτός της χώρας τους για ιατρικούς λόγους έχουν ως προορισμό το Ισραήλ. Στη Γερμανία, λόγω του αυξανόμενου ενδιαφέροντος για τις υπηρεσίες υγείας από τους Ρώσους ασθενείς, τα νοσοκομεία διαθέτουν πλέον ρωσόφωνο προσωπικό.

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Fabric of Reality: The origins of space and time - If space and time are not fundamental, what is?

Fabric of Reality: The origins of space and time - If space and time are not fundamental, what is? | biosc&med | Scoop.it
Many researchers believe that physics will not be complete until it can explain not just the behaviour of space and time, but where these entities come from.

 

“Imagine waking up one day and realizing that you actually live inside a computer game,” says Mark Van Raamsdonk, describing what sounds like a pitch for a science-fiction film. But for Van Raamsdonk, a physicist at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, this scenario is a way to think about reality. If it is true, he says, “everything around us — the whole three-dimensional physical world — is an illusion born from information encoded elsewhere, on a two-dimensional chip”. That would make our Universe, with its three spatial dimensions, a kind of hologram, projected from a substrate that exists only in lower dimensions.

 

This 'holographic principle' is strange even by the usual standards of theoretical physics. But Van Raamsdonk is one of a small band of researchers who think that the usual ideas are not yet strange enough. If nothing else, they say, neither of the two great pillars of modern physics — general relativity, which describes gravity as a curvature of space and time, and quantum mechanics, which governs the atomic realm — gives any account for the existence of space and time. Neither does string theory, which describes elementary threads of energy. Van Raamsdonk and his colleagues are convinced that physics will not be complete until it can explain how space and time emerge from something more fundamental — a project that will require concepts at least as audacious as holography.

 

But, where is the evidence that there actually is anything more fundamental than space and time? A provocative hint comes from a series of startling discoveries made in the early 1970s, when it became clear that quantum mechanics and gravity were intimately intertwined with thermodynamics, the science of heat. In 1974, most famously, Stephen Hawking of the University of Cambridge, UK, showed that quantum effects in the space around a black hole will cause it to spew out radiation as if it was hot. Other physicists quickly determined that this phenomenon was quite general. Even in completely empty space, they found, an astronaut undergoing acceleration would perceive that he or she was surrounded by a heat bath. The effect would be too small to be perceptible for any acceleration achievable by rockets, but it seemed to be fundamental. If quantum theory and general relativity are correct — and both have been abundantly corroborated by experiment — then the existence of Hawking radiation seemed inescapable.

 

A second key discovery was closely related. In standard thermodynamics, an object can radiate heat only by decreasing its entropy, a measure of the number of quantum states inside it. And so it is with black holes: even before Hawking's 1974 paper, Jacob Bekenstein, now at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, had shown that black holes possess entropy. But there was a difference. In most objects, the entropy is proportional to the number of atoms the object contains, and thus to its volume. But a black hole's entropy turned out to be proportional to the surface area of its event horizon — the boundary out of which not even light can escape. It was as if that surface somehow encoded information about what was inside, just as a two-dimensional hologram encodes a three-dimensional image.

 

In 1995 then, Ted Jacobson, a physicist at the University of Maryland in College Park, combined these two findings, and postulated that every point in space lies on a tiny 'black-hole horizon' that also obeys the entropy–area relationship. From that, he found, the mathematics yielded Einstein's equations of general relativity — but using only thermodynamic concepts, not the idea of bending space-time. Ted's result suggested that gravity is statistical, a macroscopic approximation to the unseen constituents of space and time.

 

In 2010, this idea was taken a step further by Erik Verlinde, a string theorist at the University of Amsterdam, who showed that the statistical thermodynamics of the space-time constituents — whatever they turned out to be — could automatically generate Newton's law of gravitational attraction. In separate work, Thanu Padmanabhan, a cosmologist at the Inter-University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics in Pune, India, showed that Einstein's equations can be rewritten in a form that makes them identical to the laws of thermodynamics — as can many alternative theories of gravity. Padmanabhan is currently extending the thermodynamic approach in an effort to explain the origin and magnitude of dark energy: a mysterious cosmic force that is accelerating the Universe's expansion.


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Alain Coetmeur's comment, August 31, 2013 5:56 AM
Yes, there is more and more hint that physics is ruled by information theory. 2d TD law is information law. Note that 1st TD law, is implied by 2nd TD law (give me a machine violating TD2, I build a TD1 violating machine). TD2 is heisenberg inequality. Quantum physics is based on the fact that the only reality is what you measure, ie information. Bose-einsteain inequality cliam that if something is same it is counted as one. Relativity claim that information flows below lightspeed, and that any observer is equivalent to another... finally you have informations... where does the lightspeed limit came ? is it an axiom or a consequence of symmetries... funny.
RUBEN RODRIGUEZ AMADOR's curator insight, October 17, 2013 9:58 AM

¿Qué Teoría del Espacio-Tiempo es convalida por la Física actual?

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Βιολογική Εκπαίδευση\ Biology Education

Βιολογική Εκπαίδευση\ Biology Education | biosc&med | Scoop.it
Η σημασία της βαθμολογίας τόσο για τη διαδικασία της διδασκαλίας όσο και για τα άτομα πού συμμετέχουν σ' αυτήν είναι προφανής. Για το λόγο αυτό ο δάσκαλος θα πρέπει να εισάγεται συστηματικά στη μελέτη των ...
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Το παράδοξο της γάτας του Schrödinger (Ι)

Το παράδοξο της γάτας του Schrödinger (Ι) | biosc&med | Scoop.it
Πριν από λίγες μέρες, ακριβώς 126 χρόνια από την γέννηση του Erwin Schrödinger, η Google αφιέρωσε το λογότυπό της (doodle), στο παράδοξο της γάτας του Schrödinger. O Erwin Schrödinger μετά την διατ...

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Scientists shed light on how microRNAs repress protein synthesis

Scientists shed light on how microRNAs repress protein synthesis | biosc&med | Scoop.it
(Phys.org) —Scientists from the Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research have discovered how microRNAs repress translation of mRNAs. In a structure-function study published in Molecular Cell, they report different modes of recruitment of the CCR4-NOT complex to mRNAs targeted by microRNAs. ...
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A Genetic Atlas of Human Admixture History (covers an era of 4000 years).-Ο πρώτος διαδραστικός χάρτης της ανθρώπινης γενετικής ιστορίας (καλύπτει περίοδο 4.000 ετών).

A Genetic Atlas of Human Admixture History (covers an era of 4000 years).-Ο πρώτος διαδραστικός χάρτης της ανθρώπινης γενετικής ιστορίας (καλύπτει περίοδο 4.000 ετών). | biosc&med | Scoop.it
*English text>at the end of the article Τον πρώτο διαδραστικό χάρτη της ανθρώπινης γενετικής ιστορίας δημιούργησαν επιστήμονες, καταλήγοντας στο συμπέρασμα ότι το ανθρώπινο DNA «κουβαλά» ένα ολό...

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A Genetic Atlas of Human Admixture History (covers an era of 4000 years).-Ο πρώτος διαδραστικός χάρτης της ανθρώπινης γενετικής ιστορίας (καλύπτει περίοδο 4.000 ετών).

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5 Reasons Why ELearning is Awesome | LearnDash

5 Reasons Why ELearning is Awesome | LearnDash | biosc&med | Scoop.it

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TAFE speak

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Good reasons to use DE STEM resources.  Will put it in my paper.

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Ηλεκτρονικές ψηφιακές βιβλιοθήκες όλων των κατηγοριών σε όλο τον κόσμο - Ευκαιρία να σερφάρετε | AlfaVita - Εκπαιδευτικό Ενημερωτικό Δίκτυο

Ηλεκτρονικές ψηφιακές βιβλιοθήκες όλων των κατηγοριών σε όλο τον κόσμο - Ευκαιρία να σερφάρετε | AlfaVita - Εκπαιδευτικό Ενημερωτικό Δίκτυο | biosc&med | Scoop.it
Ενημερωθείτε από το εκπαιδευτικό δίκτυο της ΑλφαΒήτα!

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Most detailed picture ever of key part of hepatitis C

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Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) have determined the most detailed picture yet of a crucial part of the hepatitis C virus, which the virus uses to infect liver cells.
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This is the new picture of hepatitis C's E2 protein, which the virus uses to infect liver cells, will aid in the design of a vaccine against the disease. Credit: Christina Corbaci, The Scripps Research Institute.

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Public Lectures - Stephen Hawking: My Life in Physics

Public Lectures - Stephen Hawking: My Life in Physics | biosc&med | Scoop.it

Hawking has given many lectures to the general public. Below are some of the more recent public lectures. Included with these lectures is a Glossary of some of the terms used.

Into a Black Hole (2008): Is it possible to fall in a black hole, and come out in another universe? Can you escape from a black hole once you fall inside? What have we discovered about black holes?

The Origin of the Universe (2005): Why are we here? Where did we come from? The answer generally given was that humans were of comparatively recent origin, because it must have been obvious, even at early times, that the human race was improving in knowledge and technology. So it can't have been around that long, or it would have progressed even more.

Godel and the End of Physics (2002): How far can we go in our search for understanding and knowledge? Will we ever find a complete form of the laws of nature - a set of rules that in principle at least enable us to predict the future to an arbitrary accuracy, knowing the state of the universe at one time? A qualitative understanding of the laws has been the aim of philosophers and scientists, from Aristotle onwards.

Space and Time Warps (1999): In science fiction, space and time warps are a commonplace. They are used for rapid journeys around the galaxy, or for travel through time. But today's science fiction, is often tomorrow's science fact. So what are the chances for space and time warps?

Does God Play Dice (1999): Can predict the future, or is it arbitrary and random? In ancient times, the world must have seemed pretty arbitrary. Disasters such as floods or diseases must have seemed to happen without warning or apparent reason. Primitive people attributed such natural phenomena, to a pantheon of gods and goddesses, who behaved in a capricious and whimsical way. There was no way to predict what they would do, and the only hope was to win favour by gifts or actions.

The Beginning of Time (1996): Has time itself a beginning, and will it have an end? All the evidence seems to indicate, that the universe has not existed forever, but that it had a beginning, about 15 billion years ago. This is probably the most remarkable discovery of modern cosmology. Yet it is now taken for granted. We are not yet certain whether the universe will have an end.

Life in the Universe (1996): Speculations about how life has developed in the universe, and in particular, the development of intelligent life.


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Αρχαίος ιός των Νεάντερταλ εντοπίζεται στο DNA

Αρχαίος ιός των Νεάντερταλ εντοπίζεται στο DNA | biosc&med | Scoop.it
Ο Γκίκας Μαγιορκίνης του Τμήματος Ζωολογίας του πανεπιστημίου της Οξφόρδης και ο Ρόμπερτ Μπέλσοου της Σχολής Βιοϊατρικών Επιστημών του πανεπιστημίου του Πλίμουθ, που έκαναν τη σχετική δημοσίευση στο διεθνούς κύρους περι...

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Going from an analog world of medicine to a digital world of medicine

Going from an analog world of medicine to a digital world of medicine | biosc&med | Scoop.it
“We’re going from an analog world of medicine to a digital world of medicine,” he said. “It’s a highly disruptive change brought on by the exponentials of digital technology.”
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EUROPA - PRESS RELEASES - Press release - Η ελεύθερη πρόσβαση στις επιστημονικές δημοσιεύσεις αποτελεί πλέον γεγονός

EUROPA - PRESS RELEASES - Press release - Η ελεύθερη πρόσβαση στις επιστημονικές δημοσιεύσεις αποτελεί πλέον γεγονός | biosc&med | Scoop.it
European Commission - Press Release details page - Ευρωπαϊκή Επιτροπή Δελτίο Τύπου Βρυξέλλες, 21 Αυγούστου 2013 Την παγκόσμια τάση προς τη δωρεάν διάθεση των αποτελεσμάτων ερευνητικών έργων στους αναγνώστες, τη λεγόμενη «ανοιχτή πρόσβαση»,...

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The 20 biggest questions in science that still remain in 2013

The 20 biggest questions in science that still remain in 2013 | biosc&med | Scoop.it

From the nature of the universe (that's if there is only one) to the purpose of dreams, there are lots of things we still don't know – but we might do soon:

 

1 What is the universe made of?

2 How and where did life begin?

3 Are we alone in the universe?

4 What makes us human?

5 What defines consciousness?

6 Why do we dream?

7 Why is there stuff?

8 Are there other universes?

9 Where do we put all the carbon?

10 How do we get more energy from the sun?

11 What's so weird about prime numbers?

12 How do we beat bacteria?

13 Can computers keep getting faster?

14 Will we ever cure cancer?

15 How will robots advance?

16 What's at the bottom of the ocean?

17 What's at the bottom of a black hole?

18 Can we live forever?

19 How do we solve the population problem?

20 What is time?

 


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Adrian Rojas's comment, September 18, 2013 9:32 PM
What is the universe made of?
2 How and where did life begin?
3 Are we alone in the universe?
4 What makes us human?
5 What defines consciousness?
6 Why do we dream?
7 Why is there stuff?
8 Are there other universes?
9 Where do we put all the carbon?
10 How do we get more energy from the sun?
11 What's so weird about prime numbers?
12 How do we beat bacteria?
13 Can computers keep getting faster?
14 Will we ever cure cancer?
15 How will robots advance?
16 What's at the bottom of the ocean?
17 What's at the bottom of a black hole?
18 Can we live forever?
19 How do we solve the population problem?
20 What is time?
All these questions can be so easily answered because you should be able to answer all of these without hesitating. Like number 1 "what is the universe made of" umm hello seriously it's made of planets,stars, and gravity. I can understand number 2 because this question can be answered on what you believe in like Jesus made us, or we originate from monkeys. But number 8 is another one of those dumb questions "are there other universes" of course there is there's hundreds if billions of universes is just a galaxy.

I like this article because its interesting to know the questions other people have. And it gives a lot of explanations of why people don't know these answers to the questions. I also like the way it doesn't change subject at all like the other article I read and this one is non-fiction. But there I something I don't understand the first paragraph on this article says "questions we don't know the answers to but soon will, but I know most of these answers. So does that mean I'm like smarter or better than most people when it comes to science?
Gerome Tadeja's comment, October 5, 2013 11:51 AM
I thought that this article was interesting because I got to see some of the questions other people had.
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tovima.gr - Βρέθηκαν ο «Αδάμ» και η «Εύα»

tovima.gr - Βρέθηκαν ο «Αδάμ» και η «Εύα» | biosc&med | Scoop.it
Σχεδόν όλοι οι άνδρες και όλες οι γυναίκες της εποχής μας έλκουν την καταγωγή τους από έναν «Αδάμ» και αντίστοιχα από μια «Εύα», που ζούσαν πριν από ...
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