Sunday, January 08, 2006

From the RNA Products Competition. Here are the entries to date:

This first is a historical picture pulled from a toothpaste museum. Amazing.


This wrinkle cream will surely keep the RNases on the skin happy.


Who says science stinks?


All links are safe for work, scary, funny, pathetic and hell, they're everything I could have asked from the contributors. Links are from the contributors and the comments are mine.

From Iceman Dennis Bergkamp:

RNA for... Everything!
Yeah! I was right, RNA is my savior! PS - the oral RNA drops, anyone guessing that all the phenol got out of the extraction (it's likely a total RNA extract from our favorite fungus - no flames from muchroom hunters if you please). Tsk tsk, wes gots to use diethyl ether to gets all the phenol out, precious. Mmmmm, tasty!

You want someone to really make you feel smart? Check out the

Skin Cream
Shampoo
This one is actually scary (scroll to eye care).

Here's some related ones I liked:
An explanation of RNA.

You'd better squeeze a bit of that 95% EtOH into your caffeine intake device before viewing this one. What was the IT person thinking when making this page? I mean, they took some time here, they must have thought about the science, right? RIGHT?

From tallvolleyballscientist:

C&E News cover
I'm loving the nice linear mRNA strand that's being read by the um, not-quite-to-scale polyribosomes. What's up with the straddle-the-watering-can technique? Kind of, um... yeah.

Creationist Fun
A great pinata swing (close your eyes and swing as hard as you can) at the RNA World hypothesis. Bonus points would have been made if the authors of the site had drawn some people sitting on a saddle atop one of those dinosaurs Flintstones-style. One can imagine Cain saying, "Whoah! Easy Bronto-Besse! Just clamp your chompers down on this bit and Uncle Cainy will give you a nice lump of sugar." Caveat: there are solid criticisms of any theory and the RNA World hypothesis is a hypothesis. But it's one with a hell of a lot of data to support it.

Anti-aging RNA
RNA as a lifetime extender. This is great. Look, Ma, no telomerase! Check out Dr. Ben Frank, is he related to Dr. Benjamin Dover?

Oh, and here's some more I dug up:

There some RNA-ishness to this art:
RNA drawings

RNA lotion(gotta scroll down), this stuff's marked down too!

RNA Eye Cream with Sodium PCA
But no PCI, right?!

Keep 'em coming and I'll set up the poll this coming week.

-BC

5 Comments:

At 9:08 AM, Blogger Iceman Dennis Bergkamp said...

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At 9:10 AM, Blogger Iceman Dennis Bergkamp said...

As you can see from my picture, I do have a bit of a receding hairline issue:
http://newsfeed.tcm.ie/images/people/dennisbergkampPA.jpg

Now given that this is what my Dutch Masterness used to look like

http://home3.inet.tele.dk/c-4/photogallery/Dennis_Bergkamp.jpg


I may have to take a look at the hair growth-inducing RNA cream.

 
At 9:48 AM, Blogger Autism Diva said...

http://www.gordonresearch.com/category_iv_chelation.html

thanks for this link. Autism Diva forgot the name of the guy who supplied the disodium edta to Dr. Roy Kerry that killed Abubakar. It's this guy, Dr. Gordon, who works with RNA wonder queen Dr. Amy Yasko.

Thanks BC.

Autism Diva has wrinkles in her RNA, which of the RNA creams are you recommending??? :-)

 
At 1:50 PM, Blogger The Mad Scientist said...

Well it's clear

RNA = world domination

 
At 10:47 PM, Blogger Bartholomew Cubbins said...

iceman Ahhh. 1 nil to the Arsenal.

Diva Hi! ssRNA could straighten out RNA wrinkles if it were complementary, which is different than complimentary unless some good beer is involved in which the ridicule pointer will be stuck on anyone not fascinated with RNA.

the mad scientist You are quite right sir! About world domination, insert favorite (Dr Evil/Dr No/Voldemort/Sauron/Melkor/Just Tenured Prof/Any Space Ghost Badguy) RNA-related quote here.

 

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