サイエントーク

研究者レン & OLエマ

3. 君の命はどこから?RADWIMPS聴こえて次元トリップした。

生物は物じゃない。そもそもどこから来たのか?まだ答えのない問いに対する仮説についておしゃべりしました。途中からSFエンジンかかってしまいました。
・ヒトに生まれてよかった?
・生物の条件ってなに?
・生物に膜は必要か?
・生き物の複製の不思議
・ニワトリと卵の間のやつワールド
・地球の水はどこから?
・氷の彗星と君の名は。
・ハロルドユーリーと雷合成
・生き物と地球の環境
・なぜみんなセントラルドグマなんだろう。
・例外的な生物どっかにいないの?(次元的な意味で)
※3次元生物学というより4次元生物学でした。
・これから研究者が育つとエモさがサチってしまう。
※途中一瞬音飛びしたところを補完しています。

【参考資料】
・サイエンス大図鑑、著 アダム・ハートデイヴィス
・137億年の物語 宇宙が始まってから今日までの全歴史、著 クリストファー・ロイド
・この世界を知るための人類と科学の400万年史、著 レナード・ムロディナウ
・生物の「3つの定義」を知っていますか?
・「生命の起源」ついに明らかに? その想像以上にシンプルなメカニズム
・Zwicker, D., Seyboldt, R., Weber, C. et al. Growth and division of active droplets provides a model for protocells. Nature Phys 13, 408–413 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1038/nphys3984
・ハロルド・ユーリー
・地球の水はどこから来たのかという大問題
▶Twitter 感想は #サイエントーク
▶番組へのおたよりやプロフィールは公式サイトから→ https://scientalkclub.wixsite.com/scientalk
▶メール:  scientalkclub@gmail.com


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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6060216/
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