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Nusiance knots form spontaneously

Posted on: March 24, 2010

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But purposely creating them is complicated enough to necessitate the boy scouts and sailors. Who detangles? Alexander the Great has a strategy. Topoisomerases untie knots in DNA. Mathmagicians denumerate 128 billion unique knots with the backbone crossing itself two dozen times. This nervous man from Pennsylvania tells me trefoil rotaxaknot attempt one failed.

Do you ever use an acronym so often that its full name is lost?

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2 Responses to "Nusiance knots form spontaneously"

the most annoying ones are the thin necklace chain knots. slicing through loses its appeal and you’re out some jewelry.

everyone loses the meaning of acronym. remember tip and posh? thank you, e.l. konigsburg. radar and sonar are the ones people remember. laser? you would know.

Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation

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