Jonathan E. Wilson

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The lunar hypothesis, that is, the notion that lunar phases can directly affect human behavior, was tested by time-series analysis of 4,575 crisis center telephone calls (all calls recorded for a 6-month interval). As expected, the lunar hypothesis was not supported. The 28-day lunar cycle accounted for less than 1% of the variance of the frequency of(More)
Over the last 70 years,-aminocarbonyl-containing compounds have had a profound impact on the fields of chemistry (natural products such as Taxol), biology (-peptides), and medicine (-lactam antibiotics). As a result, significant synthetic efforts have been directed toward the invention of new chemical technologies that allow rapid and generic access(More)
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