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Book Review: Wetware: A Computer in Every Living Cell by Dennis Bray

Clive Maxfield
9/30/2010 07:32 PM EDT

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shirazkaleel
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re: Book Review: Wetware: A Computer in Every Living Cell by Dennis Bray
shirazkaleel   12/2/2010 8:19:33 AM
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Check these animations out! http://aimediaserver4.com/studiodaily/videoplayer/?src=ai4/harvard/harvard.swf&width=640&height=520 There is an amazing animation of a big molecule with legs "walking" along the length of some molecule - amazing if accurate! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4PKjF7OumYo&feature=player_embedded

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Max The Magnificent   10/1/2010 6:24:18 PM
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## try looking up "Gromia sphaerica". I know -- a single-celled organism that can grow up to 1.5 inches in diameter ... WOW!

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EEhWhatsUpDoc   10/1/2010 5:53:23 PM
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Speaking of single-celled organisms, try looking up "Gromia sphaerica".

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Max The Magnificent   9/30/2010 7:49:57 PM
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If you've read this book I'd love to hear what you think. Also, I'm always interested in your recommendations for other "good reads"...

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