1. Subscribersonhouse
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    06 May '15 13:35
    http://phys.org/news/2015-05-hot-life-chemical-bonds-eventually.html

    The molecules that can become DNA found near stars, not thought to have been involved before.
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    07 May '15 01:23
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    http://phys.org/news/2015-05-hot-life-chemical-bonds-eventually.html

    The molecules that can become DNA found near stars, not thought to have been involved before.
    Nothing but speculation that amounts to nothing. 😏
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    07 May '15 01:39
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    Nothing but speculation that amounts to nothing. 😏
    Of course, you, with your Phd in astronomy, have published your findings against this discovery. When will it be published? Do you have any knowledge of spectroscopy? Do you doubt, for instance, that certain molecules and atoms produce measurable effects on light? That can be reproduced in any lab? Without knowledge of spectroscopy, how do you get off just saying it is speculation? What they are saying is certain kinds of molecules have been seen around stars and they hadn't thought of looking at the signs of those molecules around stars before, having conducted their searches in the molecular clouds in between the stars.

    Do you now say molecular clouds between stars are also only speculation?
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    07 May '15 03:122 edits
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    Of course, you, with your Phd in astronomy, have published your findings against this discovery. When will it be published? Do you have any knowledge of spectroscopy? Do you doubt, for instance, that certain molecules and atoms produce measurable effects on light? That can be reproduced in any lab? Without knowledge of spectroscopy, how do you get off just ...[text shortened]... between the stars.

    Do you now say molecular clouds between stars are also only speculation?
    All I can say if they claim to see molecules in or near stars, then they must be gigantic molecules to be able to see them that far away. Maybe they can get some fools to believe that, but not ..... 😏

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    07 May '15 10:51
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    All I can say if they claim to see molecules in or near stars, then they must be gigantic molecules to be able to see them that far away. Maybe they can get some fools to believe that, but not ..... 😏

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    Do you actually know what a molecular cloud is? Do you seriously think they are saying they are seeing individual molecules? If so, you are denser than even I imagined. Google the word 'aggregate'.
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    07 May '15 18:14
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    Do you actually know what a molecular cloud is? Do you seriously think they are saying they are seeing individual molecules? If so, you are denser than even I imagined. Google the word 'aggregate'.
    A molecular cloud is a name given to something astronomers imagine to exist in outer space. They are not real molecules like the DNA molecules. I have no need to google the word 'aggregate' for I am .....

    The Near Genius. 😏
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    07 May '15 18:24
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    A molecular cloud is a name given to something astronomers imagine to exist in outer space. They are not real molecules like the DNA molecules. I have no need to google the word 'aggregate' for I am .....

    The Near Genius. 😏
    You should though google the word 'genius' as i strongly suspect you have misunderstood its meaning.
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    07 May '15 18:30
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    A molecular cloud is a name given to something astronomers imagine to exist in outer space. They are not real molecules like the DNA molecules. I have no need to google the word 'aggregate' for I am .....

    The Near Genius. 😏
    So the molecular clouds in space are figments of the astronomers imagination?
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    07 May '15 20:55
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    So the molecular clouds in space are figments of the astronomers imagination?
    They are making up things to describe what they appear to be seeing and therefore they can't back it up with real science because the ideas are imaginary fairy tales. Would you call that thinking for myself? 😏
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