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Discussion of "xansa"
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Comment #2: Re: mupli e'o
Curtis W Franks (Fri Jun 5 05:09:01 2015)

gleki wrote:
> This also should have an example.
> By real life we can assume something from chemistry like sugars, DNA.
> human body (is it chiral?)
> Anything from nuclear physics, from astronomy?

The human body is chiral. Anything with a helicity is chiral (with a
well-defined chirality in a given frame of reference), which would include
stars and quantum particles. Certain polyominoes are chiral, as well as

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