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I suspect that Subatomic, like Cytosis, will help link atoms to ecosystems via my model of nutritional epigenetics and the pheromone-controlled visual perception of mass and energy, which has been linked from the sense of smell in bacteria across the space time continuum via olfaction.
From 7 years ago.

Published 7 years ago on 15 Aug 2010 by James V. Kohl of Pheromones.com, RNA-mediated.com, and Autophagy.pro
Kohl is the co-author of “The Scent of Eros” and he is the creator of: The Scent of Eros and The Mind’s Eyes human pheromone-enhanced products. This is an excerpt from his presentation at the 2010 Annual Gathering of Mensa (i.e., the “high IQ” society).

Pheromones have since been linked from suicide prevention to the prevention of all neurodegenerative diseases and the prevention of all other pathology, which includes cancer prevention.

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Everything known to serious scientists about biophysically constrained energy-dependent RNA-mediated cell type differentiation and viral latency in the context of quantum physics and the space time continuum will soon be known to everyone older than 10 who plays the game “Cytosis” and the game “Subatomic.”

In less than 3 hours of play-time, it will become clear that the virus-driven theft of quantized energy causes the degradation of messenger RNA, which links mutations to all pathology.

Suzan Mazur: What is your definition of life?

Eviatar Nevo: Our understanding of origin of life is very slim. . . . [First] life didn’t fossilize. The best we can know about origin of life may be from viruses we are looking at. They could have been at the origin of life before they parasitized it, or became symbionts in prokaryotes and eukaryotes. . . .

Young earth creationist / scientists put the virus-driven parasitism of life into the perspective of perfect creation in: Viral Genome Junk Is Bunk

“The most parsimonious answer is: the RNA viruses got their genes from their hosts.”6

The fact that viruses got their genes from their hosts became clear in the context of what is known about natural selection for energy-dependent codon optimality.

The extent of codon usage bias in human RNA viruses and its evolutionary origin (2003)

Revealing the determinants of codon usage bias is central to the understanding of factors governing viral evolution. Herein, we report the results of a survey of codon usage bias in a wide range of genetically and ecologically diverse human RNA viruses. This analysis showed that the overall extent of codon usage bias in RNA viruses is low and that there is little variation in bias between genes. Furthermore, the strong correlation between base and dinucleotide composition and codon usage bias suggested that mutation pressure rather than natural (translational) selection is the most important determinant of the codon bias observed. However, we also detected correlations between codon usage bias and some characteristics of viral genome structure and ecology, with increased bias in segmented and aerosol-transmitted viruses and decreased bias in vector-borne viruses. This suggests that translational selection may also have some influence in shaping codon usage bias.

Codon identity regulates mRNA stability and translation efficiency during the maternal-to-zygotic transition

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In addition to spelling out protein sequence, mRNA codon triplets contain translation‐dependent regulatory information that influences transcript stability and contributes to controlled turnover of maternal mRNAs in frogs, mice, and flies.

  • Codon optimality forms a regulatory code within the genetic code that controls mRNA stability and translation efficiency.

  • Codon composition shapes maternal mRNA clearance during the maternal‐to‐zygotic transition in zebrafish, frog, mouse, and fly in a translation‐dependent manner.

  • Amino acid composition also influences mRNA stability in vertebrates.

  • Codon optimality correlates with codon bias, suggesting that codon optimality shapes steady‐state mRNA levels in homeostasis.

Excerpt:

The amino acid optimality code (Fig 6) provides an alternative perspective on sequence changes between paralogs in evolution and human disease.

Reported as: A code within a code: how codons influence mRNA stability

The sequence changes in the amino acid optimality code link energy-dependent changes in base pairs to fixation of amino acid substitutions in supercoiled DNA via the physiology of reproduction. The substitutions protect all organized genome from the virus driven degradation of messenger RNA that links mutations to all pathology.

See also: Kinetic Rain | Art + Com

The level of creativity required to link physics to chemistry and the conserved molecular mechanisms that link kinetic energy and food energy to RNA-mediated cell type differentiation via quantum mechanics and amino acid substitutions is exemplified in this moving sculpture and ignored by theorists who might unknowingly attribute all the interactions to mutations and evolution.

See also: The  Critical Thinking Cafe

The group has been archived. No more comments will be added by those who lack the critical thinking skills required to link what organisms eat to the physiology of pheromone-controlled reproduction and all biodiversity.

It should be even clearer that two games “Cytosis” and “Subatomic” will put an end to any theoretical nonsense about mutations and evolution.

I suspect that Subatomic, like Cytosis, will help link atoms to ecosystems via my model of nutritional epigenetics and the pheromone-controlled visual perception of mass and energy, which has been linked from the sense of smell in bacteria across the space time continuum via olfaction.

Nutrient-dependent pheromone-controlled ecological adaptations: from atoms to ecosystems

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