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"Live a good life. If there are gods and they are just, they will not care how devout you have been, but will welcome you based on the values you have lived by. If there are gods, but unjust, then you should not want to worship them. If there are no gods, then you will be gone, but will have lived a noble life that will live on in the memory of your loved ones. I am not afraid."

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comment Is there tea allergy?
Why the close votes? @Chris you have given a reasonable answer as the comment!
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reviewed Leave Open Is there tea allergy?
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reviewed Leave Open Almost philosophical question about controlling a pest/plague
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reviewed Leave Open Are there any conventional standarts to microarray experiments data representation to biomedical journals?
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reviewed Leave Open How to retrieve full gene names list and Entrez gene IDs and other annotation information from HUGO gene name list (in R or any)?
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answered How to retrieve full gene names list and Entrez gene IDs and other annotation information from HUGO gene name list (in R or any)?
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reviewed Reopen What kinds of cells does human saliva contain?
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reviewed Reopen Is there an online gene library?
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reviewed Leave Open Is the molecule nitric oxide responsible for healing blood vessels?
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reviewed Leave Open Why do we find some things disgusting and others delicious?
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reviewed Close Why is the blood pressure in the superior vena cava during inhalation less than during the exhalation?
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comment Why Muscle Popups?
Hi Malic. At the moment your question is a bit unclear and relates to personal advice, which is off-topic on this Q&A (see biology.stackexchange.com/help/on-topic). If you edit your question and make it non-personal, and better describe what you mean by "muscle popups" then hopefully someone can help you. Otherwise this is likely to be closed as "off-topic"
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awarded  Explainer
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reviewed Leave Open Tm and protein delta H
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reviewed Leave Open Question about clusters and populations
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comment The damage of cancer cells
Interesting point. No idea why cancers of the heart are so rare!
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comment The damage of cancer cells
As you can see from the graph, it is not exact, but just a correlation between cell divisions and cancer - many other environmental factors affect cancer risk too, and some tissues may be more exposed than others? What makes you say muscle specifically?
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comment The damage of cancer cells
No problem @MalicOfSdom. If I have answered your question please accept it. If you would rather wait to see whether others answer as well feel free, but vote up/down as appropriate, and accept an answer to help future users of this Q&A !
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revised The damage of cancer cells
added additional information on cause of mutations
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comment The damage of cancer cells
Hi @MalicOfSdom, see my edit!