Andrey (azangru) wrote,

попалось на глаза:


Второй абзац — настолько бессмыслица, что мне стало интересно, где оригинал. Вот единственное осмысленное рассуждение (бытующее в разных английских изводах, конечно), которое мне удалось найти:

The activated genes were associated with fetal development, stress, immunity, inflammation, and cancer, says Noble, who suggests the cells may be "attempting to repair themselves" just as if the body were alive. It's also possible that they're activated simply because the genes that normally suppress them do turn off after death. Researchers note that a similar activation of cancer genes may explain why organ transplant recipients are more prone to get cancer.

Т.е. у реципиентов повышена вероятность развития опухолей и одно из возможных объяснений этого (в добавление к обычному объяснению — результату иммуносупрессивной терапии) — это поведение слегка офигевших стволовых клеток, занесенных от донора.

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    Unbelievable! At the same time, Google is all like, don't use localStorage, its api is synchronous and therefore blocking; use indexedDB instead:

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    I think I missed this at the time, because it's a much more remarkable act of youtube censorship than removing one of Bret Weinstein's videos. Back…

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    An illustration of the way of thinking that's always been puzzling to me. Why does someone who feels strongly on a topic think that someone (or…

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