Sunday, February 05, 2006

Metabolism of Evolution Information in the Blogosphere.

A post-doc in the Moment of Science Laboratories has worked out the biochemical pathway by which evolution information is metabolized by the Blogosphere.

Click here for the clickable image.



Oh, just in case anyone hasn't taken biochemistry.
And, no. We don't plan on determining blogospheric metabolism of evolution information to this level of detail.

Apologies to all those other great enzymes who participate in both catabolic and anabolic processes, who were not included. Future research will focus on other biochemical pathways by which the Blogosphere processes information.

Please create links to this URL as the large image will probably be moved in the future.

With regards to the Commissar. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.

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Comments on "Metabolism of Evolution Information in the Blogosphere."

 

Blogger The Inoculated Mind said ... (2/06/2006 12:42 AM) : 

That's it! I'm putting you in my blogroll... :)
I like the hydrogen sulfide (flatulence) and the light [bulb] coming off of the confused laymen --> educated populace reaction.
Very funny.

 

Blogger Ali said ... (2/06/2006 9:05 AM) : 

Ha, that's pretty awesome. :)

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (2/06/2006 10:01 AM) : 

Excellent!

One quibble: shouldn't some of those Mg++ be Hg++? That way you could pull in the whole mercury-autism thing, too.

 

Anonymous arensb said ... (2/06/2006 10:25 AM) : 

Clearly this network exhibits irreducible complexity, and could not have evolved naturally. Hence, there must be an Intelligent Weblogger, who may or may not be God, but I'm not going to tell you who or what it is.

 

Blogger Moment of Science said ... (2/06/2006 5:25 PM) : 

Heh! Thanks guys, glad you liked it. It was fun once I figured out how to do it.

inoculated mind: Thanks, we'll return the favor shortly. Don't miss the putrescene NH2-(CH2)4-NH2. I thought about using cadaverene but that just seemed rude.

anonymous: Completely different pathway, although some of the enzymes do play dual roles. Notably, the Respectful Insolence Discreditase has been shown to be highly effective in the breakdown of poorly supported conjectures that mercury in thimerosal causes autism.

arensb: That's what I thought! But can you produce any evidence of an intellegent weblogger? So far we're at a loss for direct evidence of such an entity. Lol!

 

Blogger The Sanity Inspector said ... (2/07/2006 8:44 AM) : 

That's pretty cool!

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (2/08/2006 12:32 AM) : 

Hey, I love this! Just please fix the Discovery Institute spelling, because it's needlessly burning up your credulase.

 

Blogger Moment of Science said ... (2/08/2006 5:45 AM) : 

Oh man, thanks. That's going to be a pain to fix. I might work on it later.

 

Blogger playah grrl said ... (2/10/2006 4:56 PM) : 

ooooooh...that was really good. ;)

 

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