Food Energy-Dependent Cell Type Differentiation

By: James V. Kohl | Published on: June 3, 2017

A Crack in Creation: Gene Editing and the Unthinkable Power to Control Evolution

Not since the atomic bomb has a technology so alarmed its inventors that they warned the world about its use.

Not since the time of his work on the Manhattan Project has a serious scientist like the late Richard Feynman presciently advised biologists on how to “get” theoretical physicists. Ask them who decided to use different terms for food energy and other source of the same quantized energy, which comes from sunlight.
Clearly, anyone who accepts the use of different terms for the same thing will accept the obfuscation of cause and effect that theorists must use to confuse intelligent people.
For example: “How often do we still hear that quantum effects can have little relevance in the study of biology, or even that we eat food in order to gain energy?” (Roger Penrose 8 August 1991)
See for comparison:

In her introduction to the interview, J.A. Parker mentions this news article:
Evolution Not Only About Natural Selection but Also Improvisation, Says Israeli Scientist

Prof. Yoav Soen sounds almost angry when he talks about the evolutionary concept of natural selection – or, more precisely, its total acceptance – suggesting it blinds people to thinking more broadly. Instead, they simply embrace the theory of evolution developed more than 150 years ago by Charles Darwin.

See also: Food Energy-Dependent Cell Type Differentiation (2) — in prep
I will start with a report on this conceptualization of the microbial metabolism of food energy to the biophysically constrained pheromone-controlled creation of at least one uranium isotope.
Figure 4: Conceptual model of uranium roll-front deposit formation.
Figure 4
Precursors and conditions favouring the formation of uraninite, biogenic uraninite and non-crystalline U(IV) are illustrated.

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