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Comment from: Sprocket [Visitor] · http://sprocket-trials.blogspot.com/
I've always marveled and enjoyed the unique and interesting analogies you've given us Dr. D. I hope to see more "Hello World" entries down the road.
06/25/08 @ 12:58
Comment from: D. Tsakiridis [Visitor]
I haven't read the book either, but my theologian son saw the movie & it was a good adventure story. I think the book is more anti-traditional religion, but seen as a story ought to be interesting.
Too see how complex we are & that the tiniest variation can make a huge change reminds me of the Bible verse "We are fearfully & wonderfully made." Studying genes & DNA is so interesting, but the average person can't grasp it all. Thank you, Dr. D, for helping us put your research into practical use.
As for computers, thanks for using them to such good for humanity!
Mrs "T"
06/25/08 @ 13:04
Comment from: Gillian [Visitor]
I wonder who the other 3 people are, as I haven't read it either.

Maybe our DNA is more "simple" than that of other things because we are more elegant and more efficient.... like a well written program. Well, at least I am more efficient genetically! LOL!
06/25/08 @ 13:06
Comment from: Jenny [Visitor] · http://www.weddingsbyjenny.com.au
A combination of Peter D'Adamo and Richard Dawkins is giving me a glimmer of the magic of our world.
06/25/08 @ 17:46
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I m being a programmer for many years,in my view,the "hello word" could be the most closed word to my programmer life
11/02/09 @ 04:55

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