The devil is in the dirt (3)

By: James V. Kohl | Published on: December 31, 2022

Happy New Year!

Elon Musk reactivated the suspended twitter account of Stephanie Seneff (@StephanieSeneff). Science will move forward against the backdrop of social media censorship as others realize that photosynthesis links the Kreb’s Cycle from the ATP-dependent Creation of RNA in thymus cells (T-cells) to viral latency across kingdoms via our innate immune system without injections of synthetic messenger RNA (mRNA).

George M. Church et al., patented that fact. See: RNA-Guided Human Genome Engineering

Last year Pfizer acquired this patent: Pheromones and the luteinizing hormone for inducing proliferation of neural stem cells and neurogenesis

The Takeda Pharmaceutical Company linked proton pump inhibition from development of a potent GSK3β inhibitor, an effective antiviral strategy for early intervention in coronavirus infections, to prevention or effective treatment of all other virus-driven pathology via light-activated Peptide synthesis at the origin of life 11/13/20

Taken together, only evolutionary theorists who are dumber than dirt will continue to tout stupid theories about beneficial random mutations and our evolution from pond scum during the past billions to millions of years.

See for example: How the Krebs cycle powers life and death – the video with Nick Lane

For comparison, you can link energy-dependent fixation of amino acid substitutions in microtubules from stem cell creation to consciousness. See: A Nanometric Probe of the Local Proton Concentration in Microtubule-Based Biophysical Systems 12/28/21 was reported as Quantum experiments add weight to a fringe theory of consciousness 4/19/22

…the devil is in the details, and it’s up to the community to take a look at this.

Stephanie Seneff, and others like her, linked glyphosate to DNA damage across kingdom before their accounts were suspended on Twitter, or facts about virus-driven diseases were blocked on Facebook. I began to prepare for the return of Stephanie Seneff to social media in mid-December 2022.

Detailed examples of biophysically constrained viral endemicity in soil bacteria and marine bacteria have been linked to healthy longevity via the physiology of pheromone-regulated genetic processes across kingdoms, and glyphosate has been linked from virus-driven degradation of messenger RNA to the persistence of old and new virus-driven pathology.

Phys.org is a primary source for misinformation about the light-activated pH-dependent miRNA-mediated origin of life -6000 years ago.

For instance: Optogenetic control of mitochondrial protonmotive force to impact cellular stress resistance 2/11/20 was linked to President Trump’s 4/23/20 claim that sunlight and humidity weaken coronaviruses (COVID-19).

Yesterday, Optogenetic rejuvenation of mitochondrial membrane potential extends C. elegans lifespan 12/30/22 was reported as Solar-powered cells: Light-activated proton pumps generate cellular energy, extend life 12/30/22

“This process, which the researchers dubbed mitochondria-ON (mtON), increased membrane potential and ATP production, and resulted in a 30-40% increase in lifespan of the roundworms.”

Glyphosate exposure links virus-driven energy theft from the degradation of messenger RNA to decreased ATP production and all virus-driven pathology, which prevents light-activated miRNA-mediated protein folding chemistry from linking DNA repair to supercoiled DNA and healthy longevity across kingdoms.

These reports from, 12/12/22; from 12/13/22 (and others) linked below provide a historical perspective, see:

Evolutionary origin of vertebrate OCT4/POU5 functions in supporting pluripotency 9/21/22 was reported as Scientists learn what stem cell networks look like and where they came from 12/12/22

By integrating sequence evolution, cell phenotypes, developmental contexts and structural modelling, we pinpoint OCT4 regions sufficient for naïve pluripotency and describe their adaptation over evolutionary time.

Ecological adaptations were linked from the energy-dependent Creation of stem cells to cell type differentiation across kingdoms via the light-activated pH-dependent differentiation of all cell types and fixation of amino acid substitutions in all individuals of all species.

See: Catalytic asymmetric C–H insertion reactions of vinyl carbocations 12/8/22 was reported as New technique allows for the precise selection of molecular handedness in chemical reactions 12/12/22

Pump-probe spectroscopy of chiral vibrational dynamics 12/7/22 was reported as Light can be used to control molecular handedness 12/13/22

Compare the dynamic interactions of light-controlled molecular handedness on Earth to the claim that Lab produces building blocks to DNA and RNA in deepspace conditions 12/13/22, which was a report on Preparation of methanediamine (CH2(NH2)2)—A precursor to nucleobases in the interstellar medium 12/12/22

If you believe that proteins automagically Create themselves, see this for confirmation of your overwhemling ignorance and arrogance:

A de novo protein catalyzes the synthesis of semiconductor quantum dots 12/12/22 was reported as Chemists create quantum dots at room temperature using lab-designed protein 12/12/22

Who can you trust to provide you with the facts?

See: Edge-to-Center Propagation of Photochemical Reaction during Single-Crystal-to-Single-Crystal Photomechanical Transformation of 2,5-Distyrylpyrazine Crystals 11/3/22. It was reported as Discovery overturns major assumptions in crystal photochemistry 12/13/22

An atypical RNA quadruplex marks RNAs as vectors for gene silencing 11/9/22 was reported as Folds in pUG molecules turn off genes and could provide clues about human disease 12/13/22

Whether or not you know that the ATP-dependent Creation of RNA has been linked to all biodiversity on Earth via the physiology of reproduction, it is clear that all intelligent serious scientists start with links from quantum coherence to coherently organized biology.

Theorists prefer data-driven nonsense (their reality), but the end result is the same.

See: Collectivity in Ultraperipheral Pb+Pb Collisions at the Large Hadron Collider 12/13/22 reported as: Particles of light may create fluid flow, data-theory comparison suggests 12/13/22

Start with light-activated changes in bacteria for an example of top-down quantum coherence

Bakta: rapid and standardized annotation of bacterial genomes via alignment-free sequence identification 11/5/21, reported as: Hashing complements alignment-based methods for bacterial genome annotation 12/13/22

See more about the Creation of energy in: Self-Enclosed Bio-Photoelectrochemical Cell in Succulent Plants 11/23/22, reported as Producing ‘green’ energy from living plant ‘bio-solarcells’

Ask “Where do photosynthesis-dependent microbiomes come from?”

See: Propagation of Recombinant Genes through Complex Microbiomes with Synthetic Mini-RP4 Plasmid Vectors 8/4/22 reported as Researchers reassemble plasmid to deliver genes across diverse environmental microbiomes on 12/13/22

Can you overcome the obstacles that gene-centric theorists put forth by starting with evolved genes?

See: Analysis of the evolution of resistance to multiple antibiotics enables prediction of the Escherichia coli phenotype-based fitness landscape 12/13/22 reported as: Mapping E. coli to overcome antibiotic resistance12/13/22

How many more distractions will be introduced before you start to think for yourself?

Cerebrospinal fluid immune dysregulation during healthy brain aging and cognitive impairment 12/13/22 reported as: New immune culprit discovered in Alzheimer’s disease 12/13/22

They think they discovered a “new culprit,” but see Evidence for a consistent use of external cues by marine fish larvae for orientation 12/2/22 reported as: Fish larvae find their way using external cues, new study finds 12/13/22

Olfaction and pheromones were linked from learning and memory to healthy longevity across kingdoms in Feedback loops link odor and pheromone signaling with reproduction (2005)

Return to phys.org to find misinformation expressed in the context of “new” findings on:

Non-reciprocal multifarious self-organization 12/12/22, reported as Molecular shape-shifting: New theory on autonomous remodeling of structures 12/12/22

Altered spontaneous brain activity in Down syndrome and its relation with cognitive outcome 9/14/22, reported as Researchers identify differences in spontaneous brain activity in people with Downsyndrome 12/13/22

Common protein-coding variants influence the racing phenotype in galloping racehorse breeds 12/13/22, reported as Shaping the sport of kings: Key genes linked to successful racehorses identified by international team 12/13/22

ΔNp63 drives dysplastic alveolar remodeling and restricts epithelial plasticity upon severe lung injury 12/13/22 reported as A target for improving recovery from lung injury

Standardized nuclear markers improve and homogenize species delimitation in Metazoa 12/11/22 was reported as Universal multigene marker may revolutionize biodiversity research 12/13/22

Early adversity promotes binge-like eating habits by remodeling a leptin-responsive lateral hypothalamus–brainstem pathway 12/12/22 was reported as Scientists uncover possible neural link between early life trauma and binge-eating disorder 12/12/22

Spatiotemporal Control of Melanin Synthesis in Liquid Droplets 4/22/22 was reported as New technology will allow efficient encapsulation and UV light-regulated release of biomolecules and drugs 12/12/22

Meta-Analysis of Transcriptomes in Insects Showing Density-Dependent Polyphenism 9/23/22 was reported as Meta-analysis reveals how crowds may change gene expression in some insects 12/12/22

Thank God, Brain on stress: How the social environment gets under the skin 10/16/12 was linked to Dependence of RNA synthesis in isolated thymus nuclei on glycolysis, oxidative carbohydrate catabolism and a type of “oxidative phosphorylation” (1964) via “The synthesis of RNA in isolated thymus nuclei is ATP dependent.” and Dobzhansky’s 1964 claim about fixation of amino acid substitutions in the organized genomes of primates. Biology, molecular and organismic

“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.”


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