Flipping off the flipons (6)

By: James V. Kohl | Published on: July 10, 2023

See first: Flipping off the flipons (5)

This map of Hutterite colonies shows evolution at work 11/23/21

“Speciation is the biological process by which a single population evolves into different species. The typical cause is geographic isolation of a subgroup, which then becomes subject to another set of environmental pressures. In combination with genetic drift, this may result in a population with distinct habits and characteristics, which is no longer able to interbreed with the original species — in other words, a new species.”

7/9/23 update from “Big Think”

Zero Amish Children Diagnosed with Cancer, Diabetes or Autism 7/9/23

“…despite rejecting all modern medicine and pharmaceutical drugs that the rest of the American people have access to, the Amish are among the healthiest in the nation.”

Simply put, the Hutterite Bretheren appear to have flipped off the flipons linked to pathology. Were I a biologically uninformed stem cell researcher who had not linked the nutrient-dependent pheromone-regulated genetic processes of reproduction of yeasts to humans via the rodent Major Histocompatibility Complex, Human Leucocyte Antigens (HLA) and mate choice in the Hutterite Bretheren, I would not mention that the energy-dependent Creation of exosomal miRNAs was linked to the facts published earlier today on 7/10/23 as: Circulating exosomes from brain death and cardiac death donors have distinct molecular and immunologic properties: A pilot study

“This study provides potential new mechanisms by which DBD organs release exosomes that can activate immune pathways leading to cytokine release and allo-immune response.”

The facts about the “new mechanisms” make it clear that the physiology of pheromone-regulated reproduction in yeasts is the link to prevention of cardiac death via dietary differences in species that are linked from particle physics and chemistry to the molecular mechanisms of healthy longevity via the flipping off of flipons.

It’s complicated, but see also the cover of the 7/3/23 issue of Science:

“Hafnium monofluoride molecular ions are suspended in a vacuum chamber by oscillating electric fields and probed with multiple laser beams. A measurement of electrons embedded in these trapped molecules has set a new upper limit on how electrons violate time-reversal symmetry. The measurement provides stringent new constraints on many proposed extensions to the Standard Model of particle physics. See pages 28 and 46.”

Be the polymath. Link the diet of caterpillars from their metamorphosis to changes in the diet of C. elegans that lead to predatation in P. pacifucus, a predatory nematode with teeth, and to your new nightmare, the Hammerhead Worm.

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