What a crap article, could this be more vague? 'A certain liquid'?
>“A chemistry is performed so that a chemical reaction occurs and generates a signal from the chemical interaction with the sample, which is translated into a result, which is then reviewed by certified laboratory personnel”
I would like to buy one art please.
They showed making an antimalarial drug among others, which is expensive now and hard to make in GMO due to toxicity.
Or would it only be able to extract DMT from a liquid with the alkaloid already in it?
What they made that was medicinally useful was artemisinin, an antimalarial. In continuous photooxidation reaction.
I'm wondering about manufacturing costs, though.
I think he's talking about marijuana leaves (THC) or tobacco leaves (nicotine), etc.
I would guess that while the leaf shape in particular is not required, the loose space-filling curve is a good shape for the tube to get the most use out of the block. Could it perhaps be slightly more space-efficient with a rectangle and a heater-coil shape? Maybe, but I'd expect not by much, and I would expect other resource constraints (the reactants) to matter before you've filled all available sunny spots and need to maximize medicine-per-square-meter, if only because sunny rooftops are not exactly high-demand space.
I couldn’t help but wonder if at the end of the day, it’s really going come back to herbalism. After all, everything is ‘organic’.
I like that they're doing this. I wish our system wasn't at the same time burning so many leaves in the Amazon and all over that were helping us already.
You are advised to submit without further delay, for if I bring my army into your land, I will destroy your farms, slay your people, and raze your city.
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There are countless species of tree, shrub, grass, and moss in a typical forest. Also, fungi, bacteria, birds, reptiles, mammals, insects, arachnids. In the rivers, lakes and streams within a forest ecosystem there's countless fish, crustaceans, algae, plankton.
If we "replace" the trees, perhaps through fire, then we lose the biodiversity that comes with them. The biodiversity is a naturally balanced system with finely interweaved chemical processes that mutually support the whole. We lose the trees, we lose everything that comes with them and end up with desert.
A desert world covered in plastic "trees" is not the future I want for my children, and I am sure many would agree.
email@example.com nominates it (and The Sahara) to host Radiative Cooling (e.g. blown film er, tents or such) to buy us time to fix the full 20+ gigatons of carbon a year. It would lower risks to the photocatalytic and other green process chemical and pharma. efforts nearby.
Indeed it's probably more attractive to make antimalarial drugs than to photoproduce ozone for use on catalysts to treat sewage (on N-doped MoO2 substrate, say.) Straps are necessary for the boot...good speed.
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