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July 17, 2003

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Date: Thu, 17 Jul 2003 13:41:01 +0200
Subject: [syndicate] ode to history


true - ancient hyperthermophilic bacteria archaic substrate transformation
of recovered nhej substrate dna and sequence analysis of distribution of
dna polymerases in archaea, bacteria, eukarya and

true streams were generally characterized by volcanic geology, low grad-
ient, and fine substrate. another site yielded a late archaic occupation,
dated at 1940+/-50 and

- true ceramic analysis at lake springs (9cb22): a late archaic site of
characterization of novel anaerobic thermophilic iron (iii) - reducing
bacteria faculty mentor

and true - df 69k respiration starting from an ancient form of archaeon -
by superoxide in the hyperthermophilic archaeon sulfolobus mn-sod is
present in bacteria, archaea, mitochondria

true - true ancient hyperthermophilic bacteria archaic substrate at
nitrate reduction and denitrification, organic substrate utilization
fermentation from hydrothermal vent, most ancient hyperthermophiles:
archeoglobales - true -

and true - if anthranilate is indeed the substrate of acl the operonic trp
genes are ancient paralogs of a gene exchange between archaeal and bacter-
ial hyperthermophiles. -

true - you have evaluated the evidence for the alternative possibilities
of lgt or ancient paralogy, as not yet appearing to make the f420 cofactor
that is the substrate of f390

- true - if anthranilate is indeed the substrate of acl the operonic trp
genes are ancient paralogs of a gene exchange between archaeal and bact-
erial hyperthermophiles.

- true gluconeogenesis - a more ancient pathway than more specialized
enzymes with increased substrate specificity. observed in these hyper-
thermophiles could have

true - similar anaerobic chemolithoautotrophic hyperthermophiles, comp-
letely independent and demonstrable that in ancient thermal springs - the
litter of the substrate is also true -

true - the filamentous hyperthermophiles stabilize themselves by attaching
to the substrate surfaces and form the biogenicity of ancient siliceous
hydrothermal archaeons

- true - strongest arguments that these two ancient lineages share inform-
ation can also occur in hyperthermophiles via substrate requirements for
insights into the structure and substrate interactions of the basis for
interpreting the biosignatures for ancient hydrothermal ecosystems and

- true anthropologists tracking these ancient travelers by ... a more
efficient alternative substrate than water to six similarly enriched
hyperthermophiles from samples

- true and false hyperthermophilic corework down to primordial bone -


through the submerged world we are surrounded
within it and the vials open pouring - our
filaments channeled through every cell and membrane
among those macroscopic moments of exaltation
where thought is lost among pheronomic trailings
and bacterial channels harbor lines extruded
and metallic and dimly left behind -
the slough of organism wields uncertain armor -
rusted symbolism lost among archaea -
with no one present [...]  these dark sharings -
immense the span of time and more immense the space
of filigree lost in the wetness of cumbered wounded stars -

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