“The Darwin Code: Intelligent Design without God” (2)

By: James V. Kohl | Published on: January 30, 2022

See first: “The Darwin Code: Intelligent Design without God” 4/14/15

Chemical signals between organisms can change genetic expression. As well, changes in the environment can alter genetic expression in both the individual and in later generations of offspring.

See for comparison: Broadcasting of amplitude- and frequency-modulated c-di-GMP signals facilitates cooperative surface commitment in bacterial lineages 1/25/22, which was reported on 1/27/22 as: Bacteria build communities using chemical signals comparable to radio waves.

…describes how, when biofilms form, bacteria communicate with their descendants using a chemical signal analogous to radio transmissions.

The report recapitulates the claims from 4 books written by Greg Bear and from everything I’ve ever published or presented since 1992.
See for comparison: Syncytin, envelope protein of human endogenous retrovirus (HERV): no longer ‘fossil’ in human genome 1/12/22, which was reported by John Hewitt on 1/27/22 as: When fossils come to life: SARS-CoV-2 spike, syncytin-1, and other curious fusion proteins

“…researchers have found that the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein, behaving of its own accord, directly participates in the activation of endogenous retroviruses in our cells which contributes to observed pathology…”

He links this behavior of the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein to the creation of multifarious syncytia among different cell phenotypes.
See for comparison: Genotype
The STEM toy links the works of Thomas Hunt Morgan (1910) from the claims in “The Wondrous Transformation of Caterpillars and their Remarkable Diet of Flowers”(1679) to everything known about microRNA-mediated viral latency via my model and Diet-derived transmission of MicroRNAs from host plant into honey bee Midgut 8/3/21
It is not enough to say that the claims of John Hewitt about multifarious syncytia exemplify human idiocy.  I will add:

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