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October 24, 2009

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Florifulgurator

Again I plug some German scientists (and another thing I haven't yet managed to read much about...). What about the Hypercyle theory (no wikipedia entry) of M. Eigen / R. Winkler / P. Schuster? They have a mathematical model of chemo Darwinism: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quasispecies_model

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I wish that maintaining the states of equilibrium as you've mentioned in this article were possible and sustainable in the test of life. You've done a very profound work, I'm impressed.

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