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by jujube323 on October 29, 2017
I just read the article named “Random Errors in DNA Replication Play Major Role in Cancer” written by Meagan Phelan in March 23, 2017. This article was about scientists discovering that cancers do not have only environment and heredity as principal sources, but also random errors created in the body itself. These errors, called “R” mutations, have been localized into replications of DNA. Before that discovery, researchers haven’t given a big attention to the mutations, but now that this case is raised, people are more conscious.

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by rosalielabeaume on October 28, 2017
Principal Memories Could Be Erased https://www.aaas.org/news/researchers-show-proof-principle-memories-can-be-erased

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by simon.martel24 on October 28, 2017
A lot of element can cause a cancer but one of them is particularly grabbing our attention: the “R mutations” or “random mutations”. In fact, two-thirds of mutations in human cancers are engendered by a random error in DNA replication and this happen even when the cells are completely healthy. This means that heredity and environment have a greatly lower impact on cancer mutation than everybody always thought. Up until now, R mutations have been neglect but these mutations need to be taken very seriously.

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by Thevoice4964 on October 26, 2017
First of all, the subject of the article is about the James Webb space telescope and his launch date who will be delayed. This telescope will be launched from the Guiana Space Centre in Kourou. The plan of this space telescope is to go in the orbit of the sun. More precisely, in the second Lagrange point (L2) and what is special about this orbit is that the telescope will be able to stay in line with the earth while it is moving around the sun.

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by elizabethlar on October 25, 2017
An article published the 19th of February 2017 by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) titled Researchers Show “Proof of Principle” that Memories Can Be Erased described the results of researches regarding memories, after the researchers explained them at an annual meeting. Sheena Josselyn, a scientist of the physiology division at the University of Toronto in Canada focused her research on how memories are concealed in the brain. The neurons are responsible for such action and are the ones storing them inside the brain.

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by Savard3659 on October 24, 2017
In last August, an unusual phenomenon has been detected in the space. What happened that day is a massive collision between two extremely dense neutron stars. It is the first detection of light coming from a gravitational wave source ever. Every single gravitational wave observed since 2015 was cause by the merger of two black holes. This kind of merge can’t be detected, because it is not producing any electromagnetic radiation, which is needed for detecting the event.

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Thank you for reading my text. It is true to say that my text would have been better with more details about the sentence that you mentioned. It makes me happy to know that you liked the way I tried to explain the benefits that exercises have on our brain. I hope you have a nice day! (Anne-Julie P)

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I think you're doing pretty good in french, it's not an easy language to learn. Thank you for your comment, I'll try and use less connective words in another article.

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Thank you for your comment, I will keep that in mind and try to improve my structure! I appreciate that you gave me a constructive advice because all I want to do is to become better in english!

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I agree with you, I should have put statistics on my text, it would have be great. I am glad to know that you are doing exercises to free your thoughts. Thank you for your comment! (Anne-Julie P)

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Thank you, I appreciate the criticism and I'll work on that! :)

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Thank you for your recommendation! I'll work more on my grammar in the future :)

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