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|An editor edits above all to communicate to readers, and least of all to address |
the sensibilities of editorial colleagues. Arthur Plotnik, The Elements of Editing
M We are the products of editing rather than of authorship. George Wald ...
|The Scientific Attitude 1941 (London: Penguin) 2 DNA plays a role in life rather |
like that played by the telephone directory ... Helix 25 May 1968 The Sunday
Times George Wald 1906- 3 We are the products of editing, rather than of
|But one cannot dismiss natural selection just because it works better than one |
thinks it should. A hypothesis should be damned for its failures, ... mutation by
a process akin to editing. We are the products of editing rather than of authorship.
|If proclaiming Himself is important to God, then proclaiming God must be |
important to us also because we believe in Him. Human beings exist in ... As
George Wald puts it, We are products of editing, rather than of authorship.22
Indeed, the ...
|1896 Wald, George 190697 American biologist and biochemist Evolution |
advances, not by a priori design, but by the selection of what works best out of
whatever choices offer. We are the products of editing, rather than of authorship ...
|James Jeans 18771946: The Mysterious Universe (1930) It has not escaped |
our notice that the specific pairing we have postulated immediately suggests a
possible copying ... We are the products of editing, rather than of authorship.
|These results we can see here as functioning as initiating conditions at the |
population level and as boundary ... "we are the products of editing rather than of
authorship" (that is so if we see ourselves as the products of processes only,
which is ...
|We are the products of editing, rather than of authorship. George Wald 190497 |
American biochemist: in Annals of the New York Academy ofSciences vol. 69
1957 Was it through his grandfather or his grandmother that he claimed his
|We are the products of editing, rather than of authorship. George Wald In humans|
, at least 150 genes encode proteins involved in DNA repair. Various intracellular
mechanisms are involved in repairing subtle mistakes made during normal ...
|If our colour perception is so plastic, the idea that the human colour sense has |
changed markedly during recorded history no longer seems so fanciful. 2 - A
history of accidents We are the products of editing, rather than of authorship.