Ab initio cell wall invention, emergence, and evolution (1)
Suzan Mazur continues to make giant leaps forward for all serious scientists by forcing pseudoscientists to admit that they know nothing about the energy-dependent de novo creation of life. That means they know nothing about how virus-driven energy theft causes the degradation of messenger RNA (mRNA) that links loss of function from bacteria to archaea and L-forms (without a cell wall).
For comparison, nutrient energy-dependent viral latency prevents the virus-driven degradation of supercoiled DNA.
Mazur’s recent chat with Jeffery Errington makes him look more foolish than others she interviewed during her attempts to expose their pseudoscientific nonsense. That nonsense is supported by funding from the evolution industry and “big bang” cosmology industry.
The media-industrial complex fights back with every claim made by pseudoscientists who have failed to link what is known to all serious scientists to biophysically constrained protein folding chemistry via chirality and autophagy. The fight over energy vs energy theft in the context of evolution extends to the claims of those who are combating evolution to fight disease.
Combating Evolution to Fight Disease September, 2014 Clearly, the media-industrial complex was built from claims that evolution could be linked to biodiversity via accumulated mutations, which is nothing more than gene centric/DNA centric pseudoscientific nonsense.
See for instance: Biologists propose to sequence the DNA of all life on Earth
Even recently collected and frozen plant and animal specimens are not always handled correctly for preserving their DNA, says Guojie Zhang, an evolutionary biologist at BGI and the University of Copenhagen. And the lack of standards could undermine the project’s ultimate utility, notes Erich Jarvis, a neurobiologist at The Rockefeller University in New York City: “We could spend money on an effort for all species on the planet, but we could generate a lot of crap.”
Serious scientists have reached the turning point at which they can use interview questions like those used by Suzan Mazur to people who have dedicated their careers to generating more crap.
See: Ab initio cell wall invention, emergence, and evolution (2)