Fwd: Re: Important Chemistry Project

From: Max More (max@maxmore.com)
Date: Mon May 07 2001 - 10:16:07 MDT

Thom's question is quite open-ended, so I couldn't reply quickly. He said
it was okay to forward his question. Anyone willing to answer adequately
and help feed a hungry young brain?



>From: "Thom Richard" <cjrassoc@adelphia.net>
>To: "Max More" <max@maxmore.com>
>Subject: Re: Important Chemistry Project
>Date: Sat, 5 May 2001 22:11:14 -0400
>you have my permission!
>At 06:54 PM 5/5/01, you wrote:
>>Hi! I'm 17 yrs. old and I'm doing a project about aging for chemistry
>>class. Basically for the project we were supposed to research a topic
>>and identify myths and misconceptions about it. We are to present
>>different views on our topic. I am really interested in theories on why
>>we age, have researched them, and therefore can "present different views"
>>on aging, but I am not really sure what specific area of aging involves
>>lots of "myths" and "misconceptions". If you have any ideas please email
>>me back! Thank-you so much! Also if you wouldn't mind telling me about
>>your studies, please do!


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