Caught in an epigenetic trap: flag waving consequences

By: James V. Kohl | Published on: September 28, 2017

Egypt concert-goers arrested for raising rainbow flag
This is an example of “flag waving” consequences from another part of the world.

They are accused of “public indecency” and “inciting immorality among young people”, the sources said following Monday’s arrests.

Why? These protesters were probably caught in an epigenetic trap. See: Search Results for “epigenetic trap”
The colors of the rainbow link the anti-entropic virucidal energy of sunlight to epigenetically trapped water in supercoiled DNA and all biophysically constrained biodiversity via the physiology of pheromone-controlled reproduction in species from microbes to humans.
The “rainbow” flag may be merely another example of human idiocy. Those who raise it typically know nothing about how water and the colors of the rainbow are linked from the energy-dependent RNA-mediated sexual differentiation of cell types in species from yeasts to humans. Yet, they tend to rally round their flag, not the flag of any country.
For example, “gay” liberals in the United States of America have rights that cost the lives of our veterans. They can raise their “rainbow” flag without being arrested.
Who do they thank for that privilege, and when did they begin to thank them?
If they don’t thank a veteran, do they ever thank serious scientists?
See also:
Sensing atoms caught in ripples of light
Amount of water in stem cells can determine its fate as fat or bone
Isolating water’s impact on vibrations within DNA

An epigenetic trap stabilizes singular olfactory receptor expression

Structural diversity of supercoiled DNA
Cytogenetic approaches for determining ecological stress in aquatic and terrestrial biosystems

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