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eight-times-nine: realcleverscience: currentsinbiology: Octopus and squid evolution is officially weirder than we could have ever imagined Just when we thought octopuses couldn’t be any weirder, it turns out that they and their cephalopod brethren evolve differently from nearly every other organism on the planet. In a surprising twist, scientists have discovered that octopuses, along with some squid and cuttlefish species, routinely edit their RNA (ribonucleic acid) sequences to adapt to their environment. This is weird because that’s really not how adaptations usually happen in multicellular animals. When an organism changes in some fundamental way, it typically starts with a genetic mutation - a change to the DNA. The findings have been published in Cell. Olga Visavi/Shutterstock Really interesting short read for those interested in evolution. stupid non-cephalopodes: evolve through a relatively stable updating of genetic matrices grand cephalopod savants: biohacking into the nature mainframe and leaving eldritch comments in the engine’s source. what the fuck is a “stable release” : eight-times-nine: realcleverscience: currentsinbiology: Octopus and squid evolution is officially weirder than we could have ever imagined Just when we thought octopuses couldn’t be any weirder, it turns out that they and their cephalopod brethren evolve differently from nearly every other organism on the planet. In a surprising twist, scientists have discovered that octopuses, along with some squid and cuttlefish species, routinely edit their RNA (ribonucleic acid) sequences to adapt to their environment. This is weird because that’s really not how adaptations usually happen in multicellular animals. When an organism changes in some fundamental way, it typically starts with a genetic mutation - a change to the DNA. The findings have been published in Cell. Olga Visavi/Shutterstock Really interesting short read for those interested in evolution. stupid non-cephalopodes: evolve through a relatively stable updating of genetic matrices grand cephalopod savants: biohacking into the nature mainframe and leaving eldritch comments in the engine’s source. what the fuck is a “stable release”
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eight-times-nine: realcleverscience: currentsinbiology: Octopus and squid evolution is officially weirder than we could have ever imagined Just when we thought octopuses couldn’t be any weirder, it turns out that they and their cephalopod brethren evolve differently from nearly every other organism on the planet. In a surprising twist, scientists have discovered that octopuses, along with some squid and cuttlefish species, routinely edit their RNA (ribonucleic acid) sequences to adapt to their environment. This is weird because that’s really not how adaptations usually happen in multicellular animals. When an organism changes in some fundamental way, it typically starts with a genetic mutation - a change to the DNA. The findings have been published in Cell. Olga Visavi/Shutterstock Really interesting short read for those interested in evolution. stupid non-cephalopodes: evolve through a relatively stable updating of genetic matrices grand cephalopod savants: biohacking into the nature mainframe and leaving eldritch comments in the engine’s source. what the fuck is a “stable release” : eight-times-nine: realcleverscience: currentsinbiology: Octopus and squid evolution is officially weirder than we could have ever imagined Just when we thought octopuses couldn’t be any weirder, it turns out that they and their cephalopod brethren evolve differently from nearly every other organism on the planet. In a surprising twist, scientists have discovered that octopuses, along with some squid and cuttlefish species, routinely edit their RNA (ribonucleic acid) sequences to adapt to their environment. This is weird because that’s really not how adaptations usually happen in multicellular animals. When an organism changes in some fundamental way, it typically starts with a genetic mutation - a change to the DNA. The findings have been published in Cell. Olga Visavi/Shutterstock Really interesting short read for those interested in evolution. stupid non-cephalopodes: evolve through a relatively stable updating of genetic matrices grand cephalopod savants: biohacking into the nature mainframe and leaving eldritch comments in the engine’s source. what the fuck is a “stable release”
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"The Apollo Guidance Computer (AGC) on board the lunar module (LM) executed instructions at a speed of about 40 KHz (or 0.00004 GHz), about 100,000 times slower than a high-end laptop today. There was also a similar real-time computer built into the Saturn V rocket. On the ground, NASA had access to some of the most powerful computers of the day: five IBM model 360-75 mainframe computers, each about 250 times faster than the AGC. They were running nearly 24-7, calculating lift-off data and orbits, monitoring biomedical data during the mission, and performing numerous other calculations." - Source: (lifehacker) ➡bit.ly-apollobolt - fact technobolt apollo space google apple moon nasa wow awesome amazing insane lol: TECHNO BOLT A SINGLE GOOGLE SEARCH REQUIRES MORE COMPUTING POWER THAN IT TOOK TO SEND APOLLO 11 TO THE MOON. i ITSTECHNOLOGIC "The Apollo Guidance Computer (AGC) on board the lunar module (LM) executed instructions at a speed of about 40 KHz (or 0.00004 GHz), about 100,000 times slower than a high-end laptop today. There was also a similar real-time computer built into the Saturn V rocket. On the ground, NASA had access to some of the most powerful computers of the day: five IBM model 360-75 mainframe computers, each about 250 times faster than the AGC. They were running nearly 24-7, calculating lift-off data and orbits, monitoring biomedical data during the mission, and performing numerous other calculations." - Source: (lifehacker) ➡bit.ly-apollobolt - fact technobolt apollo space google apple moon nasa wow awesome amazing insane lol

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