South Korea Whaling Plan May Be Abandoned Amid Criticism SEOUL, South Korea -- South Korea says it may scrap research whaling plans that have been widely criticized. Fisheries official Kang Joon-suk said Wednesday that Seoul may drop the plans if it finds ways to study whales without killing them. The government ... 09/9/2012 - 10:12 pm | View Link
South Korea's whaling: Faux and cons What's got the waters flowing stronger then ever is South Korea's proposal to begin whaling around its coast under regulations ... and the wherewithal to construct faux frustration if they choose. As the Korean proposal puts it: "Good faith and pacta ... 07/5/2012 - 9:06 pm | View Link
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Sarah Palin Arrives in South Korea for Mandela Memorial ... Sarah Palin disembarked from a plane in Seoul, South Korea today expecting to attend the memorial service for Nelson Mandela. According to local reports the former ... 10/22/2014 - 12:12 pm | View Website
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With a plot featuring accidental dismemberment, death by leeches, serial arsonists, and rampant child abuse, A Series of Unfortunate Events seemed to descend from the Grimm's Fairy Tales tradition of juvenile fiction. The tragicomic 13-book series, which debuted 15 years ago, chronicled the plight of the three Baudelaire orphans, whose lives become a hamster wheel of misery after their parents die in a mysterious fire.
In 1953 Crick and Watson (with some help from Rosalind Franklin) determined the structure of DNA. But despite knowing what the molecules looked like (a double helix) and what it did (encode for proteins), nobody knew how, exactly, that translating and encoding happened. There had to be, Crick had postulated, some sort "bilingual" molecule, an intermediary that could talk both to DNA and to the ribosome that created the proteins.