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Untitled - Graham Cairns-Smith - Seven Clues To The Origin Of Life (Cassette)


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Label: Orion Audio Books - ISBN 0-75283-984-5 • Format: 2x, Cassette • Country: UK • Genre: Non-Music • Style: Audiobook


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  1. Gocage Permalink
    In "Seven Clues to the Origin of Life", A. G. Cairns-Smith, a molecular biologist and so on at the University of Glasgow, lays out in an amusing and chatty way (including numerous Sherlock Holmes quotations) his argument that yes the first replicator really couldn't have been any of the replicators that we have today, or even anything very much Cited by:
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  2. Zulkirr Permalink
    Jan 12,  · In "Seven Clues to the Origin of Life", A. G. Cairns-Smith, a molecular biologist and so on at the University of Glasgow, lays out in an amusing and chatty way (including numerous Sherlock Holmes quotations) his argument that yes the first replicator really couldn't have been any of the replicators that we have today, or even anything very much /5(6).
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  3. Gakasa Permalink
    Alexander Graham Cairns-Smith FRSE (24 November – 26 August ) was an organic chemist and molecular biologist at the University of Glasgow. He studied at the University of Edinburgh, where he gained a Ph.D. in Chemistry (). He was most famous for his controversial book Seven Clues to the Origin of Life.. The book popularized a hypothesis he began to develop in the mids.
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  4. Vudosho Permalink
    Oct 05,  · Seven Clues to the Origin of Life is about how life may have arisen on Earth. The book is written and the tape read by Cairns-Smith as a detective story. It relies on the methods of Sherlock Holmes particularly Holmes principle that one should always use the most paradoxical features of a /5(12).
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  5. Zuzilkree Permalink
    About A.G. Cairns-Smith: Alexander Graham Cairns-Smith, also known as Graham Cairns-Smith (born ) is a chemist and biologist. Seven Clues to the Origin of Life: A Scientific Detective Story. Clay Minerals and the Origin of Life.4/5.
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  6. Tugal Permalink
    Books by A. G. Cairns-Smith. The life puzzle: on crystals and organisms and on the possibility of a crystal as an ancestor, A. G. Cairns-Smith, Oliver and Boyd, ;; Genetic takeover - and the mineral origins of life, A. G. Cairns-Smith, Cambridge University Press, ;; Seven Clues to the Origin of Life - a scientific detective story, A. G. Cairns-Smith, Cambridge University Press, ;.
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  7. Yogul Permalink
    Apr 17,  · Seven Clues to the Origin of Life (A.G. Cairns-Smith) - Preface Katarina Rankovic. The chemical origin of life on earth This Cave Slime Could Be a Clue to the Origins of Life - .
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  8. JoJogul Permalink
    Seven Clues to the Origin of Life by Cairns-Smith, A. G. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at inanerteberba.leyneracsusemabtopormopulpate.co
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  9. Dukree Permalink
    Died: August 26, GRAHAM Cairns-Smith, who has died aged 84, was a successful artist who sidelined his talent to focus on his scientific career and fascination with the building blocks of life.
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