Marty Jopson

  • mr4251754has quoted3 months ago
    But evolution is not a process of increasing complexity, nor any other measure of superiority you can find.
  • b1678190572has quoted4 months ago
    he system was invented back in 1735 by one of the great scientists of the eighteenth century, a Swedish naturalist called Carl Linnaeus
  • Cathleen Guintohas quotedlast month
    none of us is an island and we all live out our lives surrounded by other humans.
  • Barry Anilhas quoted5 months ago
    the humble and dull-looking lymphocytes turned out to be at the heart of the system. Not only that, there are three distinct flavours of lymphocyte: the B-cells make antibodies, the T-cells identify foreign agents in our bodies and the natural killer cells seek out and destroy our own cells that have become infected with viruses.
  • Wqxplayhas quoted2 months ago
    and to my mind there is nothing more fascinating than the science of being human.
  • Sofiahas quoted2 years ago
    The sweetest chemical so far discovered goes by the name of lugduname and ranks about 250,000 times sweeter than sucrose
  • Sofiahas quoted2 years ago
    What these sugar-free sugar substitutes have in common is that they all bear some structural resemblance to sucrose itself. It therefore comes as no surprise that our taste buds detect them as sweet, as they all possess the key to the sweetness lock.
  • Joshea Carlhas quoted2 years ago
    Saccharina latissima, or sugar kelp as it is commonly known.
  • b0887930211has quoted2 years ago
    If you pause for a moment and scratch the surface, though, the gleam of fascinating science shines through.
  • b7489358819has quotedlast year
    The sweetest chemical so far discovered goes by the name of lugduname and ranks about 250,000 times sweeter than sucrose.
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