Ended the reign of the Cute I Don’t Give A Rats Ass Mouse Walking Donkey Shirt is a stretch. There is a lot more to the end of the Mongol reign than the plague. It might be more interesting to wonder would we have been as interested in the destruction of the plague in Europe if the Mongols had not turned away for Europe with the death of Ögedei. Yeah, that’s a part of it, but it’s still crazy to me that Asia never gets mentioned at all when talking about the black plague. 25 million people died and it ended the reign of the Mongols. It was a whole thing. I’m not Asian OR European, I’m American. But we learned virtually nothing about Asian, African or South American history and a LOT about Europe and I always found that very disappointing.
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Left, right-handed molecules really do make a difference. For instance, the Cute I Don’t Give A Rats Ass Mouse Walking Donkey Shirt that gives lemons and oranges their distinctive scent is the same, just one is left handed and the other right. In the cases of many medicines, the right handed chemical offers a cure, but the left handed version is literally a deadly poison. Would it be pedantic to point out an article forgot to print any periods? Technically, yes. But it would still be a valid criticism. Since this statue is intended to celebrate science, criticizing the incorrect left-handed orientation of the DNA is valid. (Not the end of the world, probably something only a bio-chemist would notice, but still valid.)
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This extends to biology since we’re all made up of pretty complex Cute I Don’t Give A Rats Ass Mouse Walking Donkey Shirt. Our biological processes often can only happen with one chiral orientation because the other complex molecules that may interact also have a specific chiral orientation. Nobody knows exactly why all DNA on earth is right handed (there are theories though, some dating back to the primordial soup theory) but it is and many subsequent biological processes are based on the fact we’ve evolved from a common DNA ancestor. If the first DNA was left handed and we all evolved from that, the subsequent biological processes would likely be different from our right handed DNA biological processes from a chirality perspective.