Ricki Lewis’ Time Machine (2)
Reported here as: Ricki Lewis’ Time Machine
Trying to resolve the stubborn paradoxes of their field, physicists craft ever more mind-boggling visions of reality
Excerpt 1) with my emphasis
Physicists are deeply aware of the schizophrenic nature of their science and long to find a synthesis, or unification. Such is the goal of a so-called ‘theory of everything’. However, to non-physicists, these competing lines of thought, and the paradoxes they entrain, can seem not just bewildering but absurd.
Based in mathematics, the classifications of physicists are supposed to have a rigour that other sciences lack, and a good deal of the near-mystical discourse that surrounds the subject hinges on ideas about where the mathematics ‘comes from’.
My comment: Added absurdities show up in articles like this. Ask “Where the mathematics ‘come from’ as you try to read it: Human brain networks function in connectome-specific harmonic waves
We demonstrate the self-organization of these connectome-specific harmonics patterns from the interplay of neural excitation and inhibition in coupled dynamical systems as described by neural field models. Interestingly, due to the emergence of these harmonic patterns in various natural phenomena, ranging from acoustic vibrations, electromagnetic interactions and electron wave functions to morphogenesis, it is tempting to suppose that human brain activity might also be governed by the same underlying principles as other natural phenomena.
My comment: Self-organization and emergence are included in mathematical models that fail to link atoms to ecosystems via energy-dependent hydrogen-atom transfer in DNA base pairs. Does the emergence of self-organized connectomes in the context of a mathematical model make sense to schizophrenic physicists with their “theories of everything” else?
…allele frequencies at polymorphic CpG sites can distinguish between maintenance of CpG islands by selection and stabilization of CpG islands through mere hypodeamination. As demonstrated by evolutionary simulations (Figures 7A and 7B , Figure S6A and S6B ), both low level of deamination and selection for minimal CpG content will result in high steady state CpG content. However, in the selective regime, polymorphic CpGs are expected to have significantly lower allele frequencies (average heterozygosity), and thus a higher frequency of low heterozygosity alleles than that observed in G/C dinucleotides.
My comment: The allele frequencies are nutrient energy-dependent and the different alleles link hydrogen-atom transfer in DNA base pairs to RNA-mediated cell type differentiation via the physiology of reproduction and fixation of amino acid substitutions that stabilize the organized genomes of all living genera.
The 100 year stand-off between theoretical physicists, evolutionary theorists, and serious scientists ended. But, few serious scientists are trying to win any confrontations over ridiculous theories compared to facts. The theorists simply add another theory and tell the serious scientists to prove that their theory is not important to understanding how to link physics and chemistry to biologically-based cause and effect. Their ridiculous theories never link hydrogen-atom transfer in DNA base pairs to all biomass via the sun’s biological energy. Thus, no matter what a serious scientist like Ricki Lewis does to promote the serious science produced by others, the pseudoscientists run away and try to start a fight somewhere else.
The news last week seemed to validate Drs. Annila and Baverstock’s concern about genome sequencing entering the clinic when we don’t fully understand how genes interact at the level of their products, the proteins.
See the comments. PZ Myers attacks the expertise of Drs. Annila and Baverstock, whose works have since been linked from nutrient-dependent microRNAs and hydrogen-atom transfer in DNA base pairs to RNA-mediated cell type differentiation via adhesion proteins and supercoiled DNA, which protects organized genomes from virus-driven entropy.
Baverstock tells people how epigenetically-effected RNA-mediated events are linked from amino acid substitutions to cell type differentiation in all cell types of all individuals of all species, and Myers claims: “Your version of the central dogma is idiosyncratic and wrong.” Myers has also since done that to Perry Marshall, author of “Evolution 2.0.”
But first, look at these comments from Ricki Lewis’ site: