Comment: Timeless and priceless: effects on rational judgement
Argument continues to rage about the precise date of extinction of the dodo (estimated to be 30 years after the last sighting, but there was a ‘last last sighting’ of dubious veracity some ten years after the better documented version). The age of the universe is now known to be exactly 13.7 billion years (well, give or take a few million). All of which prompted some thought about time and its control, so what better reason to tell you how science is pushing forward our knowledge about genes and circadian rhythms.
Dermatology in practice 2004; 12(2): 4–4
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