Total recall 6000 years (9)

By: James V. Kohl | Published on: November 3, 2023

How Geobacter Microbes Produce Electricity 11/2/23

“…Geobacter “oxidize” or remove electrons from molecules like acetate. These electrons travel down little hairs on the Geobacter’s underside called #nanowires. As these nanowires make contact with minerals in their external environment, the electrons are transferred to these minerals, causing their “reduction.” This reduction leads to the breakdown of the minerals in the surrounding environment. In this way, Geobacter plays a pivotal role in the intricate web of #nutrientcycling, influencing the fabric of the ecosystems they inhabit.”

The claim that electromicrobiology is new forced them to remove my comments on their misrepresentation of top-down quantum coherence and coherently organized biology at the origin of life ~6000 years ago.

So I added:

I saved screen shots of my previous comments and questions to keep you honest. Electromicrobiology was first linked from God’s Creation of sunlight and humidity to pH-dependent RNA interference (RNAi) via the claims of McEwen et al., and Dobzhansky in 1964, when they separately linked the Creation of subatomic particles to the ATP-dependent Creation of RNA and fixation of amino acid substitutions in microtubules to hemoglobin variants via the iron content of RBCs. More than 164,227 results from a PubMed search for miRNAs attest to the fact that “…the only worthwhile biology is molecular biology.”

See for examples:

As every intelligent serious scientist in the world continues to link top-down quantum coherence to coherently organized biology via the physiology of miRNA-mediated pH-dependent reproduction, the pseudoscientfic nonsense touted by theorists will be replaced by facts. See for instance: Unwinding circular RNA’s role in inflammatory pulmonary diseases 11/2/23 and Nutrient-dependent Pheromone-Controlled Ecological Adaptations: From Angstroms to Ecosystems 4/18/18

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