Summary: Most of what you probably thought was about science is based on the pseudoscientific nonsense touted by biologically uninformed theorists. Attempts to mine data from any peer-reviewed article that has been published by a theorist should start with the first article that linked energy-dependent life to the creation of uranium isotopes.

See: PLOS & The Hacker Within: mining scientific articles tutorial & hackathon

See for comparison: microRNA

See: Biogenic non-crystalline U(IV) revealed as major component in uranium ore deposits

This was reported as: Biologists discover electric bacteria that eat pure electrons rather than sugar, redefining the tenacity of life

Editor’s Note: This article originally appeared in the October 2005 issue of Scientific American.

See also the reappearance in 2009: The Workings of an Ancient Nuclear Reactor 

In 2005, this was published: Feedback loops link odor and pheromone signaling with reproduction

 

The  food energy-dependent link from electrons to ecosystems in all living genera escaped from the ridiculous misrepresentations of theorists who linked emergence to evolution. Serious scientists clarified the fact that all organism must eat or their pheromone-controlled physiology of reproduction does not represent healthy longevity. For comparison, ecological variation and ecological adaptation have consistently been placed into the context of what organisms eat — even if they eat electrons — and the physiology of pheromone-controlled reproduction that biophysically constrains viral latency.

See for comparison: Discussion of Seeing the Beautiful Intelligence of Microbes

Issaiah Wallace Why is it that the only info I can find on “virus-driven energy theft” is yours?No one else is smart enough?

Issaiah Wallace If you’re saying every pathology has a viral etiology, then you’re simply wrong.

People who tell me I’m wrong typically do not tell me what I am wrong about. That makes me think they know nothing about the topic. See for comparison: Chemists reveal one mechanism of dihydrogen production by nitrogenase

The results of the experiments suggested that only one hydrogen was actually involved in the rate-limiting step of H2 formation, and not two as the stoichiometry of the reaction indicates.

This experimental evidence fits well with the fact that the energy-dependent creation of only one enzyme is required to link the anti-entropic virucidal energy of sunlight to biophysically constrained RNA-mediated cell type differentiation in all living genera via hydrogen-atom transfer in DNA base pairs in solution and the physiology of pheromone-controlled reproduction. In this report, however, they claim:

There is still work to be done to understand the mechanism of the other H2 evolution process that leads to N2 binding, activation, and reduction to NH3.

I do not believe that two different types of hydrogen evolved.SARCASM ALERT: But maybe that’s what I’m wrong about.But see: Promises and Challenges in Continuous Tracking Utilizing Amino Acids in Skin Secretions for Active Multi-Factor Biometric Authentication for Cybersecurity (with my emphasis)

Figure 1. Biocatalytic cascade for optical detection of three amino acids, using two detection pathways: A) measurement of NADH at 340 nm, and B) conversion of NADH to a visible color (formazan) via NBT/PMS which is observable at 580 nm.As shown in Figure 1, amino acids (glutamate, in this case) can be analyzed in two ways. Pathway A utilizes the UV properties of NADH alone, which can be observed[47] at 340 nm. Pathway B implements phenazine methosulfate (PMS) and Nitroblue tetrazolium (NBT). Here, PMS mediates the reaction of NADH reducing NBT to a colored product, formazan, which can be measured spectrophotometrically at 580 nm. Changing the starting enzyme and other chemicals as appropriate, the system can be adapted for the detection of alanine and phenylalanine using the same method. Alanine can be analyzed using an enzyme system containing alanine dehydrogenase (AlaDH; E. C. 1.4.1.1). AlaDH consumes alanine and NAD+ to produce pyruvate (Pyr), NH3nine and NAD+, and NADH. Phenylalanine dehydrogenase (PheDH; E. C. 1.4.1.20) produces phenylpyruvate (PhPyr), NH3, and NADH in the presence of phenylala. These two systems can be devised similarly to the glutamate cascade, with either pathway A, direct observation of NADH at 340 nm,[47] or pathway B, conversion of NADH to formazan via NBT/PMS which is observable at 580 nm.[48]

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