Natural models inspire future therapeutics

See: Screaming viruses and Alzheimer’s (1)

Screaming viruses and Cancer

Screaming Viruses and Alzheimer’s (2)

MicroRNA biogenesis, the microRNAome, and your brainome

and Reciprocal Interactions Between Gut Microbiota and Host Social Behavior

We suggest that investigating these reciprocal interactions can advance our understanding of sociality, from healthy and impaired social cognition to the evolution of specific social behaviours and societal structure.

There is no natural model of evolved social behavior. I suggest that all theorists examine the facts that link what organisms eat to microRNA biogenesis and their species-specific pheromone-controlled reproduction. The link from viral latency and healthy longevity to sympatric speciation is perfectly clear to all serious scientists. Only pseudoscientists continue to tout their ridiculous theories of evolved host social behavior.

See for comparison: Nutrient-dependent pheromone-controlled ecological adaptations: from angstroms to ecosystems

For information on future therapeutics, see: RNA-Guided Human Genome Engineering 

Food energy guides RNA-mediated human genome engineering.

See also: Energy as information and constrained endogenous RNA interference

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