Re: [evol-psych] Success for distributed computing

From: Philip Jonkers (
Date: Wed 23 Oct 2002 - 06:15:21 GMT

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    I got the this message from the evolutionary psychology chat-list at Yahoo
    (Ian Pitchford if you must know).

    I could not mention anymore than that message as it would be rejected for being too long I guess.

    Anyway here's my original comment that goes with it:

    I can remember the debate going on between Derek and Ted on protein folding. Well, here it is... 'we' finally did it: computer simulation of protein folding. ps. Don't take this as an excuse to start the debate on MR all over again... :-)

    The credits of the message (down at the ending of the piece):

    ### The Nature study was supported by the National Institutes of Health, the American Chemical Society, Intel and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.

    This article was co-written by Stanford science writing intern Caroline Uhlik.

    Caroline Uhlik and Mark Shwartz

    COMMENT: Vijay Pande, Chemistry: (650) 723-3660,


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