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scientist develops life-like cells composed of metals, not carbons... in the
Cannabis Cafe forums; i cannot verify the validity of this find.
it does seem like there is the possibility that life may ...
scientist develops life-like cells composed of metals, not carbons...
i cannot verify the validity of this find.
it does seem like there is the possibility that life may exist in forms not yet discovered by humans.....
Originally Posted by abe supercro
Another step in our undoing.
“If someone doesn’t value evidence, what evidence are you going to provide that proves they should value evidence. If someone doesn’t value logic, what logical argument would you invoke to prove they should value logic? - Sam Harris
whats to say they are wrong. Most scientist know at the atomic level even organic molecules act like machines... so who is to say you cant make a machine act like life??.
The only problem i see with this is that the bonds within metal are very different then the covalent bonds in carbon based organisms...
i would say that the ease of electron transfer within metallic bonds would make a metal based organism evolve very fast if it exsits
Last edited by RyanTheRhino; 02-14-2012 at 12:52 AM.
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This is pretty cool but way far from what the title claims. Its really just a metalic membrane, no DNA or organelles. Make that and ill be impressed.
Originally Posted by PbHash
Why dose DNA mean anything to you? Truly open mined people know that RNA/DNA are only important because it makes up what we know as life..
who says we can not create another animal kingdom that dose not involve It...... Why can something not be classified as life just because it dose not follow the normal way of thinking.
Ok, I was being lazy, by DNA I meant a coding mechanism to guide the cells activity. For life to be viable, it needs to be able take potential energy/energy from the environment and use it or store it. Or like a virus, have a host do it. If it does not take from its environment then how can it replicate. These are basically metalic bubbles that have a semi-permiable membrane.
Originally Posted by RyanTheRhino
Now don't get me wrong this is a cool article is cool but I would like to see more before I get really hopeful that this could become life.
read article again
Originally Posted by PbHash
Even more compelling, some of the iCHELLs are being equipped with the ability to photosynthesize. The process is still rudimentary, but by linking some oxide molecules to light sensitive dyes, the team has constructed a membrane that splits water into hydrogen ions, electrons and oxygen when illuminated — which is how photosynthesis begins in real cells.
Originally Posted by ArcticGranite
I have read a couple articles, all the talk about it using energy is "indications show we may be able to do....." I can see how this could become a lifelike inorganic "life" but i cant see how this will replicate/be viable