the finding may be based on something as simple as poor sample washing to remove phosphate contamination.
This conflates two problems mentioned in the article: possible poor washing of arsenic off the DNA, since it apparently likes to glom onto things, and trace amounts of phosphorus in the salts they fed the bacteria that were trying to starve of phosphorus.
Kauffmann of Le Monde said there was no financial agreement with WikiLeaks.
"Never has anyone asked to pay anything, and if they had, we probably — certainly — would not have done so, because we never pay for news."
I've probably — no wait, certainly — wouldn't have stolen candy from that baby. I never do that kind of thing.
In all you do or say or think, recollect that at any time the power of withdrawal from life is in your own hands. If gods exist, you have nothing to fear in taking leave of mankind, for they will not let you come to harm. But if there are no gods, or if they have no concern with mortal affairs, what is life to me, in a world devoid of gods or devoid of Providence? Gods, however, do exist, and do concern themselves with the worlds of men.
My 1964 translation, however, doesn't bear the slightest resemblance to the version on wikisource, not just in style but in meaning, so that it's hard to believe it's even based on the same source.
"The fundamental principle of science, the definition almost, is this: the sole test of the validity of any idea is experiment." -- Richard P. Feynman