Sympatric Speciation vs pseudosceintific nonsense (4)

By: James V. Kohl | Published on: April 10, 2018

The energy-dependent creation of ATP synthase and the energy-dependent creation of the microRNA repertoire have now been linked to biophysically constrained RNA-mediated sympatric speciation via the innate immune system in species from Axolotyls to A. davidianus infected with ranavirus.
MicroRNA repertoire and comparative analysis of Andrias davidianus infected with ranavirus using deep sequencing

MicroRNA mediated host-pathogen interactions are important in antiviral defense.

See: Meet the creature that can regenerate its brain and resist cancer. (video)
Identification and characterization of the Chinese giant salamander (Andrias davidianus) miRNAs by deep sequencing and predication of their targets

This study provides the first large-scale identification and characterization of A. davidianus miRNAs, and predicted their potential target genes; it will lay a valuable foundation for future understanding the role of these miRNAs on regulating diverse biological processes.

See: Energy as information and constrained endogenous RNA interference
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On April 6, 2018 Kevin J. Mitchell, who denigrated my life’s works in an April Fools joke about epigenetics, announced the forthcoming publication of  “Innate How the Wiring of Our Brains Shapes Who We Are
Supposedly, it “…traces human diversity and individual differences to their deepest level: in the wiring of our brains.”
After his April Fools joke about my life’s works, I referred to Kevin J. MItchell as a biologically uninformed science idiot because I had already linked the deepest level of all diversity from subatomic particles to biophysically constrained viral latency.
See Slide # 6 from: Human Pheromones: Linking Neuroendocrinology and Ethology (revisited) (2010)
The wiring of our brains does not occur outside the context of the “Levels of Biological Organization” in slide #6.
See also: Ctenophores: the story of evolution in the oceans

Another reason Haddock studies ctenophores is to learn more about their bioluminescence, or the way they produce and emit light. Although over 90 percent of ctenophores in Monterey Bay make their own light, the mechanisms and evolutionary benefits of this bioluminescence are not well understood.


With all the work being conducted by the DEEPC team, we’ll soon know much more about these delicate, drifting, glowing predators. And we’ll know much more about their remarkable adaptation to their wide range of habitats, and perhaps the evolutionary processes that helped them survive.

It is obvious that many researchers have become biologically uninformed science idiots via participation in cults.
See: Escape the echo chamber

First you don’t hear other views. Then you can’t trust them. Your personal information network entraps you just like a cult

When biologically uninformed science idiots learn how to link food energy-dependent pheromone-controlled biophysically constrained RNA-mediated viral latency to all biodiversity, they must report what they’ve learned to other cult members. But the other cult members will not accept claims that start with energy-dependent top-down causation and link it to viral latency. They have been taught to not trust serious scientists who do not start with mutations and link them from evolutionary processes to all biodiversity on Earth.

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