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Thursday, January 20, 2011

Biological Science: Genomic Conservation

Continuing science week, I apologize that my post is so late. It was my first day of classes and I've gotten behind. I won't pretend like I understand what this graphic is talking about other than genomic conservation. However, I'm sure that the science people among us will enjoy it and those that aren't all the scientific will still cull some knowledge from it.

Another interesting tidbit of information:I've just fond out that Google Adsense does not register clicks on ads that last less than 20-25 seconds. While I understand why they have that policy, it seems to cheat the websites hosting the ads. If a person clicks through an ad but is not interested enough to stay on the target site very long, that is the ad's fault not the host/blogger. The ad still achieved an impression and the host should be paid for it.
However, it is how it is and so I wanted to let you all know....People viewing ads for less than 20-25 seconds are pretty much worthless to you and me.

31 comments:

  1. Im raging at your tibit of information.

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  2. im not really into biology but ill take on your information

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  3. Raging at your tidbit info. Nonetheless, I will follow and support, please do the same!
    http://simplykidleo.blogspot.com/

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  4. interesting post, I always learn something new when I come here.

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  5. Studying in biomedical engineering right now haha. Haven't really done much with genetic analysis though :P

    Thanks for the pic

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  6. I'd be careful what you say about adsense...

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  7. Nice infothread as always

    Check me out at:

    www.crackinstuff.blogspot.com
    Daily Design/Tech/Random Updates

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  8. I agree with your point about ads.

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  9. Not to worry HipHop Rising. I figured that it was a piece of information like any other that should be shared with my readers.

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  10. Thanks for the tidbit, very useful. I'll try to follow it from now on.

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  11. No one some other guy was complaining that it was registering, cheers


    http://interestingfunnynews.blogspot.com/
    I follow back!

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  12. im going to have to copy/pasta that. thanks for this valuable information

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  13. Very interesting info! :) Keep it up!

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  14. Haha that's great Christ, though feel free to save all the graphics you like, I don't claim any copyright or originality on them. I've simply collected them from other sources.

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  15. i remember learning about genome shniz awhile ago lol

    anyways here's my blog if anyone's interested:
    http://lifeofbaron.blogspot.com

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  16. deng, that sucks

    following

    hazdbot.blogspot.com

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  17. re blogged.


    http://thegoldenchild3.blogspot.com

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  18. Very informational stuff thanks for spreading the word :)

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  19. Odd topic but nice thoughts

    http://asfarastheyletme.blogspot.com/

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  20. All I got out of it was that we were genetically similar to dogs... maybe.

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  21. Thanks for the heads up

    Following and showing support as always

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    http://intemperate-folly.blogspot.com/

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  22. Hah, I'll not pretend to understand the information :P

    But thanks for the point about the ads!

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  23. Thanks for the info, good to know

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  24. good info on the adsense thing, curious why they would do that though..

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