Talk:Hypothetical types of biochemistry

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Untitled[edit]

Since the name of the page has changed, you can now find the peer review archive here: Wikipedia:Peer_review/March_2005#Carbon_chauvinism.

Suggestion[edit]

Suggestion: Replace the nanotechnology link with one to the more-to-the-point less-hypey article on molecular assembler which uses only credible sources...

Citation needed[edit]

In the first paragraph of http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypothetical_types_of_biochemistry#Other_types_of_speculations, there is a "citation needed" about blue light granting more photosynthetical yield, and while I do not want to edit it myself, because there might be better reason for it than I know, I believe that this is not really something that needs a citation, but more of a fact, because blue light simply has more energy than yellow or red light.

217.121.176.170 (talk) 19:22, 16 September 2014 (UTC)