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- based on law - based on morals - based on parents' teaching - a protean standard
BloviatingBuffoon BloviatingBuffoon 70+, F 16 Answers Oct 6, 2012 in Community

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On Law: from Sharia to a Constitution it depends on who is in charge.

On Morals: from Humanism to Holiness it depends on what is believed.

On Parent's: from an Imperfect duo it depends on the luck of the draw.

On Protean Standard: first it is necessary to keep everything as uniform as possible, to avoid bias when comparing unknowns with a known. The only difference between one standard or unknown and the next should be protein concentration. In order to ensure that uniformity, the same buffer should be used to dilute all standards and samples, and they should all be prepared to the same final volume.

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thank you for putting it so concise :)

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I had fun trying to ans. your question. Good question.

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I feel that it is a moral choice. At the end of the day I have to live with myself...

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The right thing for me, is what feels right and is in balance with my inner feeling, or "intuition" in-teaching. I very rarely go against my inner feeling of what is right or wrong.

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I do the right thing as I see it.

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It's highly subjective.

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not wrong.....

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Never the fun thing

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what ever will make me a better person:D

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all of the above applied at the correct time...

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