The next reformation: 500 years too late? (3)
Historical perspective: October 31, 1517 was the first Reformation Day
At the October 24, 2017 premiere of “Light Unshackled” (in Morganton, Georgia), I learned how the dramatic history of “The Reformation” was linked from the unnecessary suffering and premature death of many people to the life’s works of John Calvin, the leading French Protestant Reformer.
Phillip Mills, Phillip Mills, Jr. and others helped me realize that John Calvin’s works led to an attempt by the Templeton Foundation to bastardize what serious scientists know about Darwin’s energy-dependent “conditions of life.”
Since 1925, many students in the United States have been taught to believe that mutations cause evolution. That is what many of them still believe. Instead of learning more about how 1) the creation of sunlight was linked from 2) the creation of ATP and 3) the creation of RNA to 4) the creation of olfactory receptors and 5) the physiology of pheromone-controlled reproduction in all living genera to 6) all biophysically constrained biodiversity, students learned to believe in pseudoscientific nonsense.
Thank God, those of us who do not believe in that pseudoscientific nonsense are not still being martyred.
We cannot conceive of a global external factor that could cause, during this time, parallel evolution of amino acid compositions of proteins in 15 diverse taxa that represent all three domains of life and span a wide range of lifestyles and environments. Thus, currently, the most plausible hypothesis is that we are observing a universal, intrinsic trend that emerged before the last universal common ancestor of all extant organisms.
The food energy-dependent trend links the metabolism of food to the pheromone-controlled physiology of reproduction in all living genera. Energy-dependent RNA-mediated amino acid substitutions protect all organized genomes from virus-driven entropy. Virus-driven energy theft must be biophysically constrained. That is why no last universal common ancestor of all extant organisms will ever be found.
Energy as information did not emerge. It was created and the anti-entropic virucidal energy of sunlight is proof of that fact. The creation of energy as information links quantum physics to the creation of quantum souls across the space-time continuum.
“…the dramatic history of the theory of evolution. . .
Here’s a sketch. Estonia has been described as a country with one of the richest political experiences. We also see this in our history of Darwinism.
In the 19th century, Tartu University was one of the leading German-language universities, and one of the leading critics of Darwin was working at Tartu University — Karl Ernst von Baer, the founder of developmental biology. Simultaneously, one of the very first courses in the world and best textbooks written about Darwin’s-time Darwinism was provided by a professor at the same university, Georg Seidlitz.
Around the turn of the century, before WWI, Tartu University was a Russian-language university, and Darwinism was soon popularised as supporting early socialist ideas. Soon after, together with advances in genetics, evolutionary theory was interpreted as a basis for eugenics (also used in this way by national socialists in Germany before WWII).
Then Estonia was annexed by Russia, and after the WWII for more than a decade it meant the influence of vulgar Darwinism (also called ‘creative Darwinism’ at that time), as propagated by Lysenko (yes, he also praised Darwin, he just did not like genetics).
In the 1970s and 80s, all students in the Soviet Union had to learn how Darwinism goes hand in hand with Marxism, meaning a good connection with the ‘synthetic theory of evolution’, which was a synonym for neo-Darwinism. . .
Simultaneously, a radical non-Darwinism was also developing within certain circles of Soviet biologists, who took it from the theory of Nomogenesis of Lev Berg and his follower Alexander Lyubischev. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, an outgrowth of neo-Darwinism called sociobiology became a dominant view for many, particularly among zoologists. . .
If one has read all this and been able to understand why all these scholars had the views they had, it is hardly possible to describe this history as gradual improvement of a model, continuous extension of a synthesis. There have rather been different paradigms existing and developing in parallel. Most of the time just one of them was strongly dominant over the other. And since evolutionary theory has almost always been tied to some ideological battles, its changes were not limited by scientific discoveries.
Nevertheless, we have good friends and colleagues whose views about evolution we do not share. But should we therefore be less strict in our formulations about our views? No, that would mean giving up our understanding. Good teachers wouldn’t do so.
Good people do not give up their understanding of molecular epigenetics. They find new ways to teach others the truth about energy-dependent RNA-mediated cell type differentiation.
Ingram and others found that hemoglobin S differs from A in the substitution of just a single amino acid, valine in place of glutamic acid in the beta chain of the hemoglobin molecule.
Isolated thymus nuclei transport amino acids into an intranuclear pool by a process which seems to depend on energy from nuclear ATP synthesis (20).
Species of Drosophila (1972)
Intraspecific variations are important as raw materials from which race and species differentials are compounded in the process of evolution. Lamarck and Darwin stressed that species were not all uniformly discrete. Darwin concluded that “species are only strongly marked and permanent varieties, and that each species first existed as a variety” (3).
…the so-called alpha chains of hemoglobin have identical sequences of amino acids in man and the chimpanzee, but they differ in a single amino acid (out of 141) in the gorilla.
Amino acid composition of proteins varies substantially between taxa and, thus, can evolve.
Please note: Only the article from 2005 claims that amino acids automagically evolve outside the context of anything known about the required links from food energy to the pheromone-controlled physiology of reproduction in species from microbes to humans.