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comment Model for fluctuating selection
@GriffinEvo: electrical engineering.
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comment How long can a bee surive in a jar?
@WYSIWYG: no problem and I do prefer the unicode version for microliter I'll change that back to your version when I get a chance. For CO2 I think it's easier in Latex but maybe I'm just used to it.
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comment How long can a bee surive in a jar?
@WYSIWYG: "bodyweight" is not in Webster's. To edit an answer as opposed to a question is a little much, especially if the OP accepted it without comment. I usually offer proposed corrections in comments. Form for footnotes changes every few years as journals revise their style guidelines. I find this style easy to read.
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comment If evolution is a gradual and continuous process, how can we say humans came about 200k years ago? What is so special about that point in time?
The question is a dupe if memory serves but in any case your answer doesn't address what is probably a valid point. There probably was no clear distinction and the classification is an arbitrary convenience. That we do not resemble Neanderthals seems not to have any bearing on the question. Why a period in 200000?
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comment Can you measure plasma glucose with a regular glucose meter?
As an afterthought, it is possible that some of these systems may be affected by temperature, FWIW.
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answered Can you measure plasma glucose with a regular glucose meter?
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comment In Japan, the official average body temperature is 36.0 °C. Why so different from that of Europe?
Oh! Your English is very good. That's why it didn't occur to me. Cognates are tricky. No problem.
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comment Extinction of species
This 'missing link' question has been posed many times here. I think a reading list is the best response and should be posted in context of closure process.
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