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December 29, 2004
The Human Genome.
16 years ago
I want to be banana flavoured and have a glow in the dark penis, please.
Then ye'd be known as the Dong with the Luminous Glows.
zeoslap, take it
, the studies on cognition aging unlinked to disease caught my attention right away.
...vocabulary and general knowledge do quite well, for example, but some aspects of memory, non-verbal reasoning, processing speed and other capabilities, tend to deteriorate with age....
Wish they'd gone into this in more detail, especially about the non-verbal reasoning part.
Always thought a person should take up some new interest, activity or study every couple of years, just so the mind doesn't ossify, so to speak. But what do I know.
Thanks, Gyan, for another informative link.
Check out the
(click the picture). You can browse all the genes and see what each one does and what diseases you get if it's defective.
This is very cool. I could camp out and play here for a while. Thanks!
National Center for Biotechnology Information
One-Fifth of Human Genes Have Been Patented, Study Reveals