Predicting who wins the 2017 Nobel Prizes (7)

By: James V. Kohl | Published on: October 6, 2017

Conclusion: The biggest threat to humanity is not the “Big Bang” theory of creation or the “Big Bang” theory of how life on Earth might end after an explosion of cosmic proportions. The biggest threat has always been “human idiocy.”

2017 Nobel Peace Prize Awarded to International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons

“for its work to draw attention to the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of any use of nuclear weapons and for its ground-breaking efforts to achieve a treaty-based prohibition of such weapons.”

I am reminded of the treaties our forefathers drafted to end the wars with American Indians. See for comparison: Bill Gates warns tens of millions could be killed by bio-terrorism

“The next epidemic could originate on the computer screen of a terrorist intent on using genetic engineering to create a synthetic version of the smallpox virus … or a super contagious and deadly strain of the flu.”

On October 2, 2017 I wrongly predicted this: Bruce McEwen wins the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize  I placed my prediction into the proper context of nuclear energy and the virus-driven theft of quantized energy as information.
See: Dependence of RNA synthesis in isolated thymus nuclei on glycolysis, oxidative carbohydrate catabolism and a type of “oxidative phosphorylation” (1964)

The synthesis of RNA in isolated thymus nuclei is ATP dependent.

Although some Nobel Prize committee members may not know this, many people have since realized that the creation of energy as information links the energy of ATP to the creation of RNA. Some people also realize that the energy-dependent creation of RNA links what organisms eat from the creation of enzymes that metabolize food to the biophysically constrained pheromone-controlled physiology of reproduction and all biodiversity on Earth.
See for instance: Atomic structure reveals how cells translate environmental signals

The team identified an amino acid sequence in the leaflet that is conserved in parasites, suggesting structural insights that may assist in drug discovery for these devastating conditions.

Awarding the Nobel Peace Prize to a group that focuses on prevention of a nuclear holocaust — instead of awarding it to at least one or more people who have tried for more than 50 years to prevent the forthcoming viral apocalypse — seems to be another example of what Richard Feynman referred to as “human idiocy.”  Feynman complained about the different measures used by theorists to link energy to the ability of organisms to do work and the ability of machines to do the work that humans design and/or program them to do. His work on the “Manhattan Project” qualified him to speculate on what would become known about atomic energy and biologically-based cause and effect.
For example, the metabolism of what some bacteria eat has been linked from their biophysically constrained physiology of pheromone-controlled reproduction to the energy-dependent creation of uranium isotopes. When engineered and programmed to do so, uranium isotopes can be used to kill the cells that were created during energy-dependent biogenesis.
Energy-dependent biogenesis can also be compared to the ridiculous claims about abiogenesis that have been made by evolutionary theorists. Some people still claim that energy emerged from nothing and everything on Earth evolved after that. In the context of Feynman’s claim about “human idiocy,” I refer to people like that as biologically uninformed science idiots.
See for comparison: Biogenic non-crystalline U(IV) revealed as major component in uranium ore deposits
Reported as: Biologists discover electric bacteria that eat pure electrons rather than sugar, redefining the tenacity of life July 18, 2014
Subsequently reported on June 1, 2017 as: A new twist on uranium’s origin story, by CSU scientists
The biogenesis of uranium isotopes was linked to the estimates of pseudoscientists who claimed that most of the uranium they found in that unmined site is ~ 3 million years old. They also claimed it was formed by microbes that eat something that allows them to respire not on oxygen, but on uranium.
Every aspect of biophysically constrained biologically based biodiversity on Earth can be linked from what organisms eat to their energy-dependent physiology of pheromone-controlled reproduction via respiration, which is akin to the human ability to breathe. For comparison, the virus-driven degradation of messenger RNA links the theft of quantized energy from the half-life of atomic energy to the biophysically constrained energy in soil bacteria. The biophysically constrained energy in soil bacteria has been linked to the creation of the sun’s anti-entropic virucidal energy.
Virus-driven fescue toxicosis links theft of quantized energy as information from the bull sperm microRNAome from to all pathology.
See: The Bull Sperm MicroRNAome and the Effect of Fescue Toxicosis on Sperm MicroRNA Expression
In the last few decades, sperm have been reported to carry both RNA and microRNA to the fertilized zygote [17], [18]. MicroRNA (miRNA) are important regulators in translation, and their altered expression often leads to disease or cancer. As such, they have become popular biomarkers for diseases, cancers, or altered cellular functionality.
If the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize had been awarded to anyone who worked for the good of humanity, it would have been awarded to one of the serious scientists who has tried for at least several decades to prevent unnecessary suffering and premature death. The unnecessary suffering and premature death is caused by virus-driven energy theft and altered cellular functionality in all living genera that fail to successfully reproduce in the context of biophysically constrained viral latency.
Conclusion: The biggest threat to humanity is not the “Big Bang” theory of creation or the “Big Bang” theory of how life on Earth might end after an explosion of cosmic proportions. The biggest threat has always been “human idiocy.”

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