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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    Am I ready to reveal my identity to TSR? :colone:
    I'm really good at finding people .
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    I don't watch much TV at all tbh :nah:
    Are you a fellow bibliophile?
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    (Original post by keromedic)
    Because RNA has uracil
    Scratch that, I don't get it at all :lol:
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    Yup :lol: London uni's are mostly pretty close to me. :yep: I'm considering Imperial which is fairly close, as is UCL but I might change UCL to Oxford, I don't know. Then Southampton (which I'm considering ) is fairly close...only Birmingham is quite far away! I may try Kings though...or Edingburgh... I'm really confused atm where I want to apply, only sure about Imperial and Birmingham!
    Ah of course They'd all be great choices! Edinburgh looks gorgeous, such a lovely place to live! Well any of those would be amazing, it must be hard to choose :eek:
    (Original post by Robbie242)
    Oh I love the biology pick up line haha - I mildly get it as a biology simpleton.

    But really i'm not being obtuse, but you're acute girl.
    Haha me too, nothing beats the biology ones, they're always very entertaining :lol:

    That is also a pretty amazing line too hehe
    (Original post by keromedic)
    , weren't you like on 4 gems? If so, congrats on getting to the green side .

    How do you have so many followers? I have a handful .
    I used to be obsessed with it, once you get a certain amount people just follow you! I've actually lost about 200 in a month though


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    (Original post by Robbie242)
    Scratch that, I don't get it at all :lol:
    Rna has an extra neucleotie called Uracil. For shortness, the neucleotides are reffered by, in sequenceing, their first letter.
    So RNA has U in it.
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    (Original post by keromedic)
    Rna has an extra neucleotie called Uracil. For shortness, the neucleotides are reffered by, in sequenceing, their first letter.
    So RNA has U in it.
    wtf is a neucleotie seriously I am the biggest biology noob in the universe
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    I used to be obsessed with it, once you get a certain amount people just follow you! I've actually lost about 200 in a month though


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    I see. In any case, thanks for the follow back "oh famous one" .
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    Am I ready to reveal my identity to TSR? :colone:
    Do it
    (Original post by keromedic)
    I see. In any case, thanks for the follow back "oh famous one" .
    Thank you for the follow! You're welcome hahaha


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    (Original post by Robbie242)
    wtf is a neucleotie seriously I am the biggest biology noob in the universe
    Sorry, I spelt it wrong. It's: Nucleotide.
    They're organic (carbon containing) molecules that are the basic building blocks of nucleic acids (like DNA).
    They are comprised of a pentose sugar, nitrogen containing base and 1 or more phosphate groups.
    Think of them as letters that can be combined to form words that become sentences.
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    (Original post by keromedic)
    Rna has an extra neucleotie called Uracil. For shortness, the neucleotides are reffered by, in sequenceing, their first letter.
    So RNA has U in it.
    It's not an extra one, it's a replacement one :yep:
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    (Original post by Lucy96)
    Ah of course They'd all be great choices! Edinburgh looks gorgeous, such a lovely place to live! Well any of those would be amazing, it must be hard to choose :eek:

    Haha me too, nothing beats the biology ones, they're always very entertaining :lol:

    That is also a pretty amazing line too hehe

    I used to be obsessed with it, once you get a certain amount people just follow you! I've actually lost about 200 in a month though


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    I agree haha. Since I'm not into the whole cheesy pick up lines when I go out somewhere I'm gonna work my magic with some Maths pick up lines, though first I need to ask what they got in Maths and then I can select an appropriate joke .

    Loads of the maths ones are too forward or sexual lool, that was the only easy one I found on there
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    I haven't used Twitter in months now...I used to try to tweet famous people all the time :lol: Got a few replies though...and blocked by one, I said something I'm not particularly proud of...

    (Original post by keromedic)
    Are you a fellow bibliophile?
    I like solving problems in my free time :teeth: I quite like reading too though!

    (Original post by Lucy96)
    Ah of course They'd all be great choices! Edinburgh looks gorgeous, such a lovely place to live! Well any of those would be amazing, it must be hard to choose :eek:
    I like the look of Edinburgh too! They don't interview either apparently (although that's not that advantageous, apparently) so I may prefer that... :holmes: It really is! :sadnod:
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    (Original post by lilGem)
    It's not an extra one, it's a replacement one :yep:
    Ah yes, instead of cytosine?
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    (Original post by keromedic)
    I'm really good at finding people .
    Hmm :holmes:
    (Original post by Robbie242)
    wtf is a neucleotie seriously I am the biggest biology noob in the universe
    (Original post by keromedic)
    Sorry, I spelt it wrong. It's: Nucleotide.
    They're organic (carbon containing) molecules that are the basic building blocks of nucleic acids (like DNA).
    They are comprised of a pentose sugar, nitrogen containing base and 1 or more phosphate groups.
    Think of them as letters that can be combined to form words that become sentences.
    This is so funny. Am I the only one loling?

    Do you expect Robbie to understand that?
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    (Original post by keromedic)
    Ah yes, instead of cytosine?
    Yep
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    (Original post by usycool1)


    I like solving problems in my free time :teeth: I quite like reading too though!
    That's cool. In trueness, I'm really not interested in chemistry. But I've done a bit of extra reading so I understand the applications in other fields of science like histology and human physiology.
    I love reading fantasy fiction though :P. Puzzles? Do u cube?
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    Below quote has quite freaked me out

    Hmm :holmes:




    This is so funny. Am I the only one loling?

    Do you expect Robbie to understand that?
    aite aite C in foundation GCSE I went about as far as Mitosis, cell/nerve structure & osmosis then they stopped teaching us :rofl:
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    (Original post by Robbie242)
    aite aite C in foundation GCSE I went about as far as Mitosis, cell/nerve structure & osmosis then they stopped teaching us :rofl:

    Didn't mean it in a rude way if only biology stopped at GCSE
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    aite aite C in foundation GCSE I went about as far as Mitosis, cell/nerve structure & osmosis then they stopped teaching us :rofl:
    They're the building blocks of the DNA language .
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    (Original post by keromedic)
    That's cool. In trueness, I'm really not interested in chemistry. But I've done a bit of extra reading so I understand the applications in other fields of science like histology and human physiology.
    I love reading fantasy fiction though :P. Puzzles? Do u cube?
    I'm not interested in chemistry either anymore, it just bores me now! Human physiology's great, I love reading about it! :yep:

    Nice! Yeah...like maths stuff...
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    (Original post by mynameisntbobk)
    Didn't mean it in a rude way if only biology stopped at GCSE
    Nah I'm just joking around, yeah that would be interesting :holmes:
 
 
 
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