# Blueprints

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1. ### dart_shipRegistered Member

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are all four indicators on hazard lights?

should you switch them on when car is on the road or roadside and broken?

3. ### dart_shipRegistered Member

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is 00-F 1-16 10-F 17-32 ... F0-F 240-256?

5. ### Michael 345New year. PRESENT is 72 years oldlValued Senior Member

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Bali cars / taxis do going through intersections

Otherwise Australia when shielding a hazard or you are a hazard

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No.

8. ### DaveC426913Valued Senior Member

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Socky-socky puppety-puppety.

Ignore-ignore.

9. ### sideshowbobSorry, wrong number.Valued Senior Member

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Generally speaking, hazard lights are intended to get other drivers' attention - e.g. if you're stopped on the side of the road for whatever reason they say, "I'm standing still, so please try not to crash into me."

For some drivers, they should be on at all times saying, "I will crash into you if given half a chance, so for your own safety keep as much distance between us as possible."

10. ### Maria T-MRegistered Member

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Sorry, I'm not sure I follow your logic here. Can you explain what you mean by all gene sequences being calculated?

What I think you've calculated here is the number of all possible sequences consisting of 4 base pairs. I.e. the first position can have 4 options (A on the leading strand paired with T on the lagging strand, or vice versa, or C on the leading strand paired with G on the lagging strand, or vice versa). Same goes for the second, third, and fourth base pair. So there should be 256 such possible sequences of 4 base pairs.

But since a DNA sequence can be of variable length, and is generally longer than 4 base pairs, your calculation doesn't cover all gene sequences -- unless I'm not understanding your question.

11. ### Michael 345New year. PRESENT is 72 years oldlValued Senior Member

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I was thinking that from the volume of odd questions but I have no idea how to confirm

Thanks

12. ### sculptorValued Senior Member

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Yes
but
usually with a long term commitment

13. ### dart_shipRegistered Member

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i wouldn't shield a hazard Michael345.

my mother sideshowbob.

14. ### dart_shipRegistered Member

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you are correct Maria T-M.

15. ### dart_shipRegistered Member

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banks are closed on bank holidays

16. ### dart_shipRegistered Member

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...therefore so are shops

17. ### billvonValued Senior Member

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Not sure what the significance of that is, though. Genetics is based on codons, which are groups of three nucleotides, not four. And not all code for unique amino acids, nor do all code for something to begin with. There are 20 or 22 unique amino acids (depending on how you define "unique") that can be expressed with those three nucleotides. Not 64 like you'd assume by thinking 4 x 4 x 4 combinations. Also some are start or stop codes that start and stop transcription.

18. ### dart_shipRegistered Member

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when driving somewhere traffic slows however clear roads do not mean you can go any faster (there are speed limits (except on a german motorway (autobann))?

19. ### dart_shipRegistered Member

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dear SpeakPigeon,

thank you wholeheartedly for your explanation of boolean logic. you have brought countless excitement and fun to my friends' lives and my life. may you rest peacefully.

all my love, dart_ship

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20. ### dart_shipRegistered Member

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i wasn't born with a silver spoon in my mouth

21. ### Beer w/StrawTranscendental Ignorance!Valued Senior Member

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R U SpeakPigeon?

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i am not.

23. ### dart_shipRegistered Member

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you do not have to work for the future: it spontaniously occurs